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Mix it up Scrapbook Album

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Album-Baby Steel-Rule Die

Review by Vickie I am not sure why I didn't purchase this mini album die a long time ago! It is the perfect size for a mini album for new parents and a grandparent brag book! I have been using scrapbook page kits to make this album, there is always enough paper to cover the pages, it only takes a half sheet of 12x12 paper per side and the embellishments that come in a page kit work perfect on the pages. Scrapbook Templates. Must Have Tools for Cardmaking and Scrapbooking Beginners. {Fab Friday Finds} Home Office/Craft Room Inspiration. For Christmas this year, I’ve asked everyone for one thing: items and/or gift cards to help me re-do my spare bedroom and turn it into a swanky new home office/craft room.

{Fab Friday Finds} Home Office/Craft Room Inspiration

Luckily, Pinterest has been a great source for inspiration for said room, and now I’m full of ideas of what I can do to it. Of course, you’ll have to stay tuned to see the finished product (which will hopefully be done some time in early 2012), but in the meantime, here’s some of my inspiration… 1. Upcycle: Turn an Oatmeal Box Into a Pretty Ribbon Holder. Turn an oatmeal box, baby wipe container, corn meal box or any other cylindrical container into a fabric covered pretty ribbon container.

Upcycle: Turn an Oatmeal Box Into a Pretty Ribbon Holder

Covering the container with a fun fabric could easily turn this into the perfect handmade gift for the crafty friends in your life. To see the step by step instructions and photographs, read on.... What you need: containerfabricscissorstape measurestraight edgeutility knifespray adhesivefabric gluegimp or other trim for the topdowel rod (optional) What you do: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Make An Awesome Drop Spindle. Drop spindles are an ancient tool for spinning fiber into yarn or thread.

Make An Awesome Drop Spindle

They've been around for a very long time and have changed little since their first invention. The first spindles weighted with whorls appeared as far back as the Neolithic era. A whorl is simply a weight that helps the spindle spin "better" before you have enough yarn on it to give it a little heft. These days you can buy a variety of types and styles in a range of prices and with a few notable exceptions they all work in essentially the same way.

I learned to spin on bottom whorl spindle but tend to use top whorl spindles now. My Adventures with Paper Yarn Beads. Several years ago, I bought a drop spindle with the thought that I’d learn how to spin wool yarn with it.

My Adventures with Paper Yarn Beads

I never spun a lot of wool with it, and eventually the drop spindle found its way to the back of my crafts closet. Free Stencils - Printable Stencils. How to Make Mod Podge. Steps Part 1 of 5: Preparation Mod Podge Step 1 Version 3.360p.mp4- Watch a 10 second video1Wash out a glass container with a tight-fitting lid.

How to Make Mod Podge

Jam jars and pasta sauce bottles work well once they have been run through a dish washer. Ad Mod Podge Step 2 Version 3.360p.mp4- Watch a 10 second video2Set up a work station. Part 2 of 5: Mixing the Glue and Water Mod Podge Step 3 Version 3.360p.mp4- Watch a 10 second video1Remove the lid off the white glue. Mod Podge Step 8 Version 3.360p.mp4- Watch a 10 second video6Pour the water into the glass container. Create Cheap homemade Modge Podge! Recipe for homemade glue. By Kate on July 19, 2010 I‘d been meaning to try out this recipe for ages and last week we finally got round to it.

Recipe for homemade glue

Paper mache balloons were the order of the day and they turned out really well! Anyway…it’s dead easy, cheap and it works! Ingredients ♥ Flour ♥ Sugar ♥ Water ♥ White vinegar Combine flour and sugar in a saucepan (3:1 ratio). Disclaimer: This recipe has been pinned on Pinterest over 14,000 times and is being described as home-made ‘mod podge’. DIY Mod Podge~Gesso~Plaster Paris~Glue on Pinterest.

How to Make Your Own Custom Stamp. Free-hand cut D.I.Y. Cereal box Cuttlebug or Pressure Embossing Plates. I've played around with Stamped & cut embossing plates & with Grungeboard embossing plates, but a woodsy Cuttlebug challenge project wanted organic shapes that I didn't have, so this time it's freehand cut embossing plates.... in the shape of leaves.

Free-hand cut D.I.Y. Cereal box Cuttlebug or Pressure Embossing Plates

I find these Do It Yourself plates work best with de-bossing & the effect is a little more like the letterpress look. ...make freehand DIY Cereal box Cuttlebug Embossing plates Cereal Box Cardboard (thickness is important. I've had success with Quaker Harvest crunch, Cheerios, & Shreddies. My fave is the Quaker Harvest.)Mod Podge & brushPencilGood sharp scissors Please Test! Try this simple test to see if your thicknesses will work: 1) Stick a few pieces of cardboard to another large piece of cardboard. 2) Let the adhesive dry (Sealing with Mod Podge will prevent the paper binding to the cardboard, but it needs to dry so the paper won't stick---hence for this step it's not necessary. Shaping up: Of course, if you prefer, you can draw shapes.