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Upcoming Classes

Join Lisa Pace for her instant online class, "Ornamental Christmas."  This class contains 5 ornament projects.  For more details, please click here. On January 1st, join Lain Ehmann for "Crafting Your Biz" (a 30 Day Class) as she walks you through step by step how to create your own online crafting business.  She will take you through each step […]

DIY: Handmade Gifts – part 9

I’ve seen decorated clothespins around for several years and have always wanted to give it a go. They would be fun to give out along with another gift or as a stocking stuffer. Something to make laundry work just a little bit prettier. To make these clothespins, I purchased plain wooden ones from the dollar […]

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DIY: Handmade Gifts – Part 8

We made these ornaments for Christmas last year.  They were so fun and easy to do, that I'd love to do it again with the kids.  We used air dry clay (Michaels), rubber stamps, and ink.  We used pop bottle lids to make the round shapes and the holes at the top were made using […]

DIY: Handmade Gifts – Part 7

There have been lots of projects on Pinterest using maps so I thought we'd try out something.  We purchased clear glass plates from the dollar store and used an old map and Mod Podge to adhere it to the plate. They aren't suitable for eating off of, but fine for catching keys or loose change […]

Christmas Project Ideas

These book page trees are so pretty.  The link is on Pinterest, but I don't know the original link.  If anyone does, let me know and I'll update the credit. Pink Persimmon has an e-book (pdf) that includes 9 tutorial projects made by their creative team. The e-book is available free to email subscribers. The link […]

DIY: Handmade Gifts – Part 6

These little fridge magnets were made using cut out wooden shapes from the craft store, some chalkboard paint and some magnet sheets from the dollar store.  A simple idea and fun for the kids to make and give out for gifts. These are the magnet sheets that were purchased from the dollar store:

Speedlink Saturday: Dec 15/12

Printable gift coupons can be had here for free at SC Johnson. (By Cathe Holden) Another printable: dark Christmas tags here by fun.kyti. (They have a black background.) I'm getting closer to being on the Project Life bandwagon!  For others in the same boat, here is a good post for newbies by Becky Higgins. Check […]

DIY: Handmade Gifts – Part 5

To make these little coasters you may need to ask somebody (A.K.A. Husband) to slice up some logs for you.  Ours are just a couple inches high. We sanded them a little, applied some stain and then glued little knobs from Michaels on the bottom.  This makes the coasters footed. A little heart stencil  was […]

DIY: Handmade Gifts – Part 4

These custom pillows / cushions are stamped and are easy to make for a fun gift.  All you need is a few materials to make this DIY project. For one of the examples, I used a fabric marker to write the words to a hymn.  You could do any fun saying following this method. Read […]

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