Due to popular demand, I am doing a tutorial on the Magic Boxes I showed off in some previous posts. To begin, choose your paper. You need six sheets of matching paper (preferably a heavier weight). Choose one for your outside, budgeting for a contrasting one for your lid, and 4 to create the inside boxes.
I made this fork bow tutorial for you. It's very easy and makes cute little bows that can be tied to favors, small earring boxes, homemade Christmas ornaments and more! I used an old, big serving fork to demonstrate, but you can use a regular size fork or dowels glued on a wooden base. Picture 1 Below: All you need is some kind of 4 pronged fork, ribbon and a pair of scissors.
Clay Imprinted Gift Tags While walking down the aisle of Michaels (where I always seem to inexplicably end up during my spare time), this clay stuff caught my eye. It’s called Crayola Model Magic. It’s made for little kids. I don’t care, I want to play! Intrigued, I bought a small tub for $3.49 and I have to say, I’m really impressed with this stuff!!
Oatmeal Box Ribbon Holder Turn an oatmeal box, baby wipe container, corn meal box or any other cylindrical container into a fabric covered pretty ribbon container. 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....
I seem to have this habit of getting stuck on one thing and I really love it (borderline obsession love it) until I tire and move on. Sometimes it manifests itself in the form of a movie, like that one summer when I was nine and watched Mighty Ducks every single day. Sometimes it manifests itself in a food, like the month I put mustard on everything. And right now it manifests itself in the beauty of fabric wrapping. I’m spending my days studyingthese tutorials from Chewing the Cud and thrift shopping for pretty scarves. It’s going to be hard to kick this one. Fabric wrapping
Our instructions are for decorating a 3 3/4-inch jewelry box, but you can adapt them to suit any size. Learn the techniques and you can also use the ties on napkins, flower girls' dresses, and more. (The pyramid bow would look especially lovely on the backs of ceremony chairs.) Four-Bow-Box How-To1. Cut four ribbons, about 25 inches each. Bow and Knot tying