Added by Wendy P on May 21, 2013 at 10:23pm — No Comments
Today I've got something to refresh our embossing skills and it starts with a question. When you decide to emboss have you thought about which side you'll be heating? Since I've been using Stampendous Essentials it's just second nature for me to think about this step.…Continue
Yay! It's officially the weekend! Hopefully it will include some crafty time to play today's sketch challenge! Visit the sketch challenge thread…Continue
Added by Deb Felts on May 17, 2013 at 7:30pm — No Comments
The Dreamweaver Stencils’ Dream Team has been playing with the challenge of creating Tiny Treats through the month of May, the concept being little gifties for all those occasions that show up this time of year. Bridal and baby shower favors, Mother’s Day (check that one off), wedding favors, classmate gifts,…Continue
I have a fun mini-album project for today's 3d challenge! Visit the challenge forum for more photos and the…Continue
Added by Deb Felts on May 14, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
Today’s tutorial is wonderfully easy with great results! All you need is 2-3 inkpads (I used A Muse Studio pigment inks: Blueberry, Ocean and Bermuda). Pigment ink stays wet a little longer but behave very much like a dye base ink. Experiment with inks that you already have! Any scraps you color can always be used for…Continue
Added by Lyn Bernatovich on May 13, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments
Happy Mother’s Day! Today I am posting my very first Scrappy Sunday project! Back home, I offer classes themed Lynnie’s Minis ‘cuz I love them so much. Scrappy Sunday seemed like a good spot to post this project that begins with a 12×12 size sheet of paper. Since this mini book fold is already out…Continue
Did you ever realize at the last possible moment that you need a gift and need it NOW? Here’s a fun little picture frame that you can whip up in 1/2 hour. Cost, not counting paper, is less than $3!
By the way, this would also make a great recipe holder!
Here’s a sneak peek at the back of the frame. Love that double sided…
Susie here to say, “It’s Friday again! Yay!” Time for a new sketch for you to try.
I like to keep things simple because sometimes that’s about all we have time to do – but simple doesn’t have to mean blah! For my card, instead of using strips of paper for my background, I used Washi Tape. Talk about quick…Continue
Welcome to another fun Dreamweaver Stencil tutorial! Today I’ve combined last month’s theme of Mists, Drizzles and Showers with this month’s theme of Tiny Treats! A tag is an instant bag decoration for any occasion and this one has some fun techniques besides being bright and cheerful.…Continue
Have you been scrambling lately, knowing it's the end of the school year, and you're desperate for a unique idea for classmate treats, or that little something to give a favorite teacher...or two...or three? Here it is! And bonus...your kids can help with this project! Here's what you'll need:…Continue
Added by Pam Hornschu on May 6, 2013 at 4:13pm — No Comments
I will miss Google Reader.
In the pre-Pinterest days, I lost hours surfing Google Reader. I never found anything that was easier for me to keep up with all my blog reading. Once upon a day, I subscribed to almost 300 blogs!
For those of you who don’t know, Google Reader is going the way of the dinosaur on July…Continue
Added by Susanna Boyd on May 3, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Today I have a sweetly packaged card sketch. It's meant to use up some of those scraps of washi tape, fiber yarn or string with scraps of paper. So take your shape and flag it with tape or wrap it with yarn and you could even wind twine and string to create the focal point of the card.…Continue
Hi, this is Heidi Erickson and I'm here to present this week's Dreamweaver Thursday tutorial. First we'd like to congratulate Scrappin Vall, who commented on the …Continue
I love Love LOVE coffee! My husband and son gave me eight boxes of various deliciously flavored k-cups for Christmas! Ironically, the health and fitness plan I started just two days later required that I give up coffee, so all of those boxes are still sitting unopened in the pantry. When I came across this cute project on Pinterest (…Continue
Apologies to the writers of the original version used to bolster the men in WWI, “Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag”! I just couldn’t resist. Must be all of those old movies I love to watch. Lol.
Anyway, Pam here, and this week I have a simple, fun project to create that provides the perfect place for all those bits of memorabilia from your…Continue
Today’s sketch works best to show the finished card first and then the sketch! The card front has a slit across the center for the tag to be inserted. The card panel’s fold is at the bottom (rather than at the top). Because of the way the tag is designed (you’ll see in a sec), it securely sits into the slot/pocket. Looks like the flower is mounted to…Continue
Added by Lyn Bernatovich on April 26, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
For this week’s 3d Challenge, I thought I’d whip up a little paper gift box. I’m always in need of birthday cards and fun wraps for gifts, and this month is no exception. April is birthday season in our family. We have 10 birthdays between April 18th and April 27th. No kidding. I save for April like it’s Christmas.
Fun gift wraps are the icing on the proverbial…Continue
Hi, this is Caroline and I'm here to present this week's Dreamweaver Thursday tutorial. First we'd like to congratulate Robbie Rubala, who commented on the …Continue
Thats right! Today we’re heading to the hardware store for supplies.