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Rubber stamping and handmade card ideas

Rubber stamping and handmade card ideas
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Free Instructions On Card Making More free instructions on card making will be added here as I make more cards to send out to friends whether as RAK (Random Acts of Kindness) or as swaps.. Here you'll find step by step explanation on all aspects of card making. From the projects here, you will be able to learn how to make cards yourself. Just study each card making project carefully and also look at the card making supplies needed for each making the card. Card making is a great craft. I have enjoyed this craft so much. When I came home, I found that she had kept and treasured all those handmade notecards I sent her. So I hope that you will enjoy these instructions on card making, learn a craft and reach out to friends and loved ones with your own homemade greeting cards. Instructions on Card Making Basics Card Making Supplies - Card making tools and supplies you will need to start making cards. Basic Blank Card - How to make a basic blank card to put your design on. Instructions on Card Making Techniques Making Watermarks

CardMaker Blog Happy Monday everyone! Kristie here to show you my crafty space. This is where I store all of my craft supplies. This is the view from my doorway. Here’s a close-up photo of part of the shelf unit that is in the corner of the room. Near the window on the left side of the room I have my Expedit bookcase/desk. My cleaned-up desk is shown above. Above my desk on top of my Expedit, I store ink pads. Adjacent to my desk I have my work table where I can stand to work. On the back side of my working table, I keep my 12×12 individual sheets of patterned paper. And lastly, next to my door I have my cardstock paper racks. I hope you’ve enjoyed the tour. -Kristie Copycat Crafts | DIY Designer Knock-Off Things to Make

Rain Gutter Book Shelves Tutorial I have seen these rain gutter bookshelves several places online and have always thought they would be wonderful to have in our book loving home. Then I saw them at my friend Heather’s house, asked if she liked them, how easy they were to clean, etc. and I finally decided to take the plunge. The theory behind these rain gutter book shelves is that they encourage children to read more because they can see the fronts of the books and are intrigued, rather than just seeing the edge of the book and not being able to tell what it is about. Our children have always read a lot, but the little ones are reading even more since we installed these shelves. The first day that the shelves were in, my two year old, upon waking from his nap, grabbed a book and came running out asking me to read it to him. been on the book shelves in their bedroom for the past year or so! Rain gutter shelves won’t hold a ton of books, not nearly as many as the same space used for traditional shelving. Items needed: 1. 2.

Get Free PaperCraft Ideas at PaperCraftCentral.com! Stationery, Invitations, Greeting Cards, and Paper Crafts :: Paper Crave Craft Passion: Free Craft Pattern & Tutorial Paper Wreath using a 'Little Women' book...{tutorial} This is my first paper wreath, I have been admiring the ones I have seen made online. I had an old Little Women book that I thought would be perfect for this project. I will probably put this in Baby K's room. I got the silver ceiling tin from the flea market...it was love at first sight! I started with a 10" straw wreath, strips of burlap, hot glue & a book Just wrap the burlap around so you don't see the wreath form. Rip out several sheets of the book. First fold: {trim off the bottom and make little flowers with it} Second fold: {I used pinking shears} Third fold: Fourth fold: Cut a rounded top part: This is what it will look like at this point: Pinch the middle to give the petals some shape: Hot glue to the wreath. Enjoy! Linked to: I was also featured on the Reinvented blog! The DIY Show offBlue Cricket Design

INSPIRATION Set of 4 Floral Notecards Ens by AnnabelleArtFranco Extreme Cards and Papercrafting I showed the animals on Paper Box World to my daughter, who was instantly smitten. My first thought was, "Hmmm, cute, but can I make them fold flat?" Absolutely! You just need a couple cuts, a couple folds, and the paper hook and rubber band mechanism from Mark Hiner's book, Up-Pops: Paper Engineering With Elastic Bands How to make a fold flat cube cat Download, print, score, and cut out the cat from Paper Box World. Score and crease two diagonal lines on the cat model where shown by red lines. Lightly pencil two diagonal cut lines as shown by black lines. Start assembling the cat Glue the tab of the square with tail attached to the head square. Allow to dry briefly, then cut on the diagonal penciled line. Glue the tab of the bottom square (the square with the Paper Box World label on it) to square on the right of the head. Allow to dry briefly, then cut on the diagonal penciled line. Construct and attach hooks Download and print the rubber band hooks. Score and crease the red fold lines.

Be Blogged : Wall Art I am going to start a new feature on the website- Wall Art Wednesdays. I have noticed during proofing sessions that people are often overwhelmed by the number of beautiful images of their family and don't quite know what to do with them all. I then see them struggle to narrow it down to just one "large" print and then leave several images they love behind just because they weren't sure what to do with them. The other tactic I regularly see is they order several 5x7's and 4x6's but still don't get everything they want. I love it when my customers are able to purchase the session disc or one of the collections that include it because I really want you to have every single image! I don't want you to leave anything behind! We have been told over and over by Kodak that a big print is 8x10 and a really big print is 16x20 but when you look at a single 16x20 on a wall it often looks kind of lonely! Lessons Empty walls are all too common in our homes. Whatever the reason, enough is enough!

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