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Simple and cute button bookmarks

Simple and cute button bookmarks
Simple and cute button bookmarks Thanks for stopping by! To get the newest posts subscribe or join us on facebook or pinterest. Today I have a fun, quick & EASY tutorial for you. I’ve been wanting to make some bookmarks for the whole “back to school” theme and I decided to make some button bookmarks with my large button stash. Button bookmarks Supplies: paperclipsfancy buttonshot gluefelt This tutorial really is so simple and easy enough to get the kids involved with (just make sure to assist with the gluing). Instructions: All you do is hot glue your paper clip to the back of your button and then cut a small piece of felt to go on top. There are so many fun buttons you can use to get creative. Hope you enjoyed this fun little tutorial. For more simple crafts check out: felt bow tutorial, handmade resin ring, bead board frame Thanks for reading. more by Jamielyn » Jamielyn Nye Lifestyle expert, Pinterest tastemaker and blogger at iheartnaptime.com. Join in! Related:  Art Projectscrafts

528538 Chalkboard Banner Don't miss a thing! Sign up to receive The Idea Room posts in your email inbox! Subscribers will also receive special free printables once a month!... it's FREE! Inspiring Mothers, Women and Families Your information will *never* be shared or sold to a 3rd party. Get my posts delivered to your inbox! DIY Dyed Macrame Necklace Back again! This time with a crafty post, which is wayy more in my comfort zone than personal posts… Yesterday I tried my hand out at macrame necklace making and dyeing for the first time! And I love how it turned out! What you need: -A piece of leather lace (long enough to tie and slide over your head) -Cotton string -Fabric dye How to do it: -Cut 8 pieces of cotton string about 3 ft. long. *If you need images to show you how to make these knots.

Printable Love Coupon Book Printable Love Coupon Book Why hello there! I’m Talitha from Love, Pomegranate House and I am thrilled to be joining the I Heart Nap Time Creative Team! I’ve loved Jamielyn and I Heart Nap Time for quite some time and I am so excited for this awesome opportunity! Today I wanted to share the perfect Valentine’s gift idea for your significant other. Printable love coupon book I don’t know about all of you, but when it comes to giving gifts, it is always the hardest to buy for my hubby! The hubby and I love to go on dates but we often have a hard time deciding what to do. I actually consulted the hubby to make sure that this book was full of great ideas that any man would really love! Free download You can download the printable love coupon book HERE for free (for personal use only). Make sure to pin it so you can remember to print it out! All you need to do is download the book using the link above and cut them out. Looking for more free printables? Donut free printable Valentine

Wedding song gift idea I Heart Nap Time Hey friends! Let’s welcome today’s guest Vanessa from See Vanessa Craft. She’s sharing a super fun and unique wedding gift idea. Take it away … Hey guys, I’m excited to be guest blogging here! Supplies: Frame White Mat Pencil & Eraser Ruler Acid Free Scrapbooking Pen InstructionsStep 1: Holding the photo mat how you will be placing the photo inside, mark the mat lightly with dots every 5/8 of an inch down the side. Step 2: Using the dots as a guide, draw a light line with a pencil horizontally across the mat every 5/8 of an inch. Step 3: Using an acid free scrapbooking pen, write out the first dance song lyrics on the mat. Step 4: Go back and erase the pencil markings. Step 5: Place the mat and photo of the couple’s first dance inside the frame. I’m Vanessa and it’s my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. Jamielyn Nye is the owner and managing editor of I Heart Nap Time.

25 Free Beginner Knitting Patterns | Painting Lilies Take a second and think back to when you first started knitting. Were you intimidated by difficult techniques? Was it hard to find patterns at your skill level? I remember being frustrated by all the terms and techniques. If you’re a beginner knitter and need some easy patterns to start out with, this list is for you. The following 25 patterns don’t involve much more than knit and purl stitches. For each pattern, I included some of the skills you’ll need and where to find the pattern. Cowl & Scarf Knitting Patterns Where: Ravelry Techniques: Knit, purl, knitting in the round on circular needles How to get it: Free PDF download from Ravelry Where: Purl Bee Techniques: Knit and purl By: Purl Bee Where: Madelinetosh Techniques: Knit, purl, slip stitch By: Madeline Tosh Techniques: Knit By: Elisa McLaughlin 5. Where: Knitty Gritty Thoughts Techniques: Knit, purl, yo Baby Blanket Knitting Patterns Techniques: Knit, purl, joining a second color, knitting in the round By: Whit’s Knits Where: Painting Lilies

Snowman Pony Bead Pattern Print This Page Snowman Pony Bead Pattern You need: --3 Black Pony Beads --34 White Pony Beads --25 Red Pony Beads --1-1/2 Yards of Satin Cord --1 Lanyard Hook Instructions: Fold your cord in half to find the center. ©2010 MakingFriends.com, Inc.

Pretty Post-it Gift | Office Gifts | Handmade Holidays This year I am beyond thrilled to introduce you to a revamped series here at LWSL called Handmade Holidays! In past years I have shared my own holiday gift ideas, but this year I thought it would be fun to get some inspiration elsewhere. I asked eight of my favorite up-and-coming bloggers to share a simple and frugal handmade gift idea. I was so blown away by all the amazing ideas they came up with, and I think you will be too. Each Monday, from now until Christmas, one of these talented women will be sharing their gift idea. Please be sure to welcome them here to LWSL, and to take the time to check out their blogs. This is a guest post from Kalyn Brooke of Creative Savings Last minute gifts are a necessity. As much as we can prep and plan to our hearts content, there’s always at least one person we’ve forgotten on our list. Most of the supplies are probably in your craft drawer right now! Here is what you need: Step 1: Trim card stock to an 8″ x 3-1/8″ rectangle

Reversible Coffee Cup Sleeves I’m gonna tell you right now, you can’t throw a rock and not hit a tutorial for a coffee cup sleeve out there on the web. Reversible, not reversible, buttons, Velcro, skinny, wide, you name it. For that matter, you can probably work a pattern out yourself. However, just in case your rock lands here, I’m going to share my version with you. I’ve made a few of these for Christmas and birthday gifts. I was trying to decide which fabrics to use for a new one and my wandering eyes landed on my seasonal fabric stack. To make one, you’ll need this coffee cup sleeve pattern . Cut one from cotton batting, two from ironing board cover fabric and two from cotton fabric. I happen to have scraps of batting and ironing board fabric, but if you don’t and will be buying the supplies, another product you can use is InsulBrite. You’ll only need half of the hair tie, so zigzag stitch through the center, about 3/8” long, then clip through the center. Next, cotton fabric, face up. Last, the batting. Lay flat.

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