These beautiful gift ornaments hold sweet treats! They can also be used as gift toppers. Let me show you how to make them…
Susana shares a quick Christmas technique in her Random Craft Minute.
Roni picked up this awesome gift box rubber stamp at a recent stamp show – find out what you can put inside – it’s so fun! Click Roni’s blog link.
Learn the very basics of peg stamping on polymer clay.
The options for this project are endless! Make a sweet housewarming gift with the couple’s last name or “welcome” instead.
This card is perfect for any mom with a green thumb. Pop in a packet or two of her favorite flower seeds and write a note on the tag and you have a lovely mother’s day card.
Susan R. – “My husband’s grandmother liked to write poems. After she died, we found some she wrote and put them in a little book we made. Her favorite flower was the pansy so we used your pansy stamps throughout the book! Here are a couple of the pages. One of her favorite poems was the Lord’s Prayer so we put that one in at the very end.”
It’s always good to be reminded that life is what you make it and on what better reminder than a bookmark used for a daily planner?
Are you like Lindsay and prefer giving gift cards? Well, today she’s gonna show you how to spruce up that type of gift by creating a beautiful card and dimensional envelope. And it’s totally re-giftable!
Create some beautiful little matchbook notecards that are perfect for a handmade treat for weddings, birthdays and other occasions. This is a great project where you can use up some of your paper scraps.