Stamps, Transfers, and mould (molds) are very versatile. Learn about some of the pros and cons of using them, and the many projects you can do.
I finished several of these closable boxes in different ways. Depending on your style or what you are using it for, there are hundreds of ways this fun little box can turn out! I think it would be fun as a gift box or… Continue Reading “Cute Keepsake Box”
I have done many projects by piecing large transfers onto smaller projects. In this video, I take a word-filled transfer and fit it onto a smaller board. You can do this on a journal cover, art board, or whatever your next project is. Need… Continue Reading “Piecing Large Transfers”
For this project I used a really fun sewing stencil with great detail. I got it from one of my favorite stencil companies, EuroStencilDesigns. You can do the same thing with your favorite stencil you have on hand. Try other curvy surfaces, such as… Continue Reading “Stenciling a Curvy Lady”
We finally got a week of warm spring weather! I used the time to try some fun projects with cement (Quikrete). Quikrete is pretty cheap at a hardware store. I did a stamped garden sign using IOD Floral Swag. If you don’t have this… Continue Reading “Spring Cement”
Using 8 sheets of 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper, make this fun little book of pockets! Use your favorite designed paper, or other neat embellishments. Need some fun products for your seed journal?
It is almost Easter, but I have already moved on to crafting for summer! I combined the two and ended up with patriotic eggs. In this video I show you how I decoupage paper-mache eggs with fewer wrinkles and bubbles. You can use the… Continue Reading “Eggstra Sized”
Last year we did several Easter projects in anticipation for spring. This week we were hit with a sever winter storm! We still plan to get a couple videos up later this week, but while you wait, visit these projects from Easters past.
I really like using these white cardboard boxes for storing my many papers. I have SO MANY of them that I finally decided they needed an upgrade so they looked better in my shop. You can use the same concept with other cardboard boxes… Continue Reading “Better than Cardboard Boxes”
A fun way to up cycle your old CD cases! We used IOD moulds and air dry clay. Plus some fun waxes and paper. Use what you have, or pick up a few items to make yours fun.