How to fold a bag out of paper?
This is a magic bag, because it can be opened and closed at any time, and the folding method is very simple. It can be folded out in just 3 steps.
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Craft Inspirations and DIY
Below you will see how to make: Personalized Hand Sanitizers Storing your Boots Wrapped Letters Shredded T-Shirt Christmas Photo Tags Photos on Metal Photos on Wood Removable Snap On & Off Lace Shorts Dinner Menu Board Stamped Coasters from Bathroom Tiles Photo Magnets from Glass Gems or Marbles Sticky Notes Clipboard from Coasters Jewelry Holder out of Frame Quick Poodle Skirt Personalized Hand Sanitizers What you’ll need: Bath & Body Works hand sanitizers Label Template Color Printer Glue…
Quick 4th of July Project! -
I’m always on the lookout for crafts even I can’t am unlikely to screw up. So when I came across these super cute pinwheels awhile back on Circusberry, I pinned them immediately: Circusberry ….and then, a couple of days ago, I did something even better: I actually MADE some! Crazy idea, right? You pin something and then you make it. … Continue reading →
Scalloped Tag Topper punch---making the box!
And here it is: the template for the cute little box made with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch. I've included photos of all the steps along the way as well as an explanation. It's surprisingly easy to do once you realize that you don't just have to cut your pieces of paper to widths of 2" in order to use the punch. To begin, cut a piece of 5" x 7 1/2" cardstock. Then score as shown on my template: I've drawn along the scored lines in pencil to make it easier to view them. Next, take your…
Crafting Revisit: Alcohol Ink Washer Necklaces
Alcohol Ink Washer Necklaces are my most popular blog post. There's good reason, too. They are really cute and really easy. All you need is a pack or two of alcohol ink (a 3 pack retails for $7-10, but you can use a JoAnne's or Michael's 40 or 50% off coupon to get an even better deal), an applicator (I made mine out of scrap wood and velcro), felt, some rubbing alcohol, and something to work on (I have a craft mat, but parchment paper would work well too). Oh and you'll need some washers…
How to Make Super Easy and Elegant Upcycled Tile Coasters
Everybody needs coasters. Make these really great stamped alcohol ink DIY upcycled tile coasters for every person on your list. They're quick and easy!
Printable Gift Tags to HIGHLIGHT how awesome someone is | Instant Digital Download
Everyone wants to feel appreciated! Tell your coworkers or customers how awesome they are with these printable gift tags. Just print, cut out, sign your name, and attach to a highlighter. #printablegifttags #chevellydesigns #appreciationgifts
Printable Gift Tag, Happen to be incredible, End of Year, Thank You, Instant Download
If you need an easy, quick, and economical way to say YOURE AWESOME to someone in your life (or two or six), this is the perfect tag for you! Simply print out the image file onto cardstock, cut it out, and attach it to a pen. Done! Since each sheet contains 6 tags, this is the perfect option for
Alcohol Ink Bookmarks
Well, I'm finally moved all downstairs. So my first project in the basement craft room is with alcohol inks (of course it is). I loaded up my homemade applicator with a piece of felt and dripped some dots of ink onto it. Next I set up a transparency film (overhead projector film which I actually picked up at the pay by weight thrift store) with the piece of tissue paper it comes with underneath it so I could see what I was doing. Next I just started stamping away. I added and changed colors…
Curvy Keepsake Box (Stamp Club To Go)
Hello my friends! I have a very quick post for you today. i am heading out for a day with my daughter's class on their field trip! But, before I leave, I want to show you this month's Stamp Club to Go 3D project. It's one of my favorite dies we have and it's retiring!! The Curvy Keepsake Box! I also used the Hexagon Embossing Folder an the Dragonfly Dreams Bundle. You can't see it in the picture, but I also used the Wink of Stella in some of the "honeycombs." If you don't have the Curvy…