I have never used Darice’s wood burning tool or any wood-burning tool, for that matter. I was excited for the opportunity to use a new crafting tool. I opened the package; it comes with the wood burner, a stand, and several different wood burning tips. I experimented with the tips on scrap wood for several […]
Craft Basics: Ideas and Inspiration
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Coordinate new back-to-school outfits with matching hair bows. Use Bowdabra’s NEW Hair Bow Tool & Ruler to make easy hair bows to match all of your daughter’s clothes. The Hair Bow Tool & Ruler comes with interactive software to make 70 different hair bow styles. The interactive software gives step-by-step instructions with pictures, an easy […]
Everyone wants to wish the momma-to-be and her baby all the best! And some folks like to wish for a boy or a girl. Either way, these white-chocolate-covered pretzel rods make a fun and sweet party favor or party snack everyone will drool over! You’ll need: Make-n-Molds Candy Melter White Chocolate Candy Melts (available at […]
Here’s a fun and edible craft for our Christmas in July week! This time, we’re going to use the Cricut Cake to cut frosting sheets to make amazing holiday cookies you’ll be so proud to serve, you won’t want to eat! You’ll need: Cricut Cake Machine Frosting Sheets Canned Frosting & blue food coloring Drop […]
“Christmas in July” got me thinking about what I love about the holiday season- and what popped to mind was “parties!” Our winter holidays always consist of visiting family and friends, and I hate to go empty-handed. So here are some yummy treats you can make up and bring along- that is, if you can […]
If you have one or several old worn pairs of jeans, I have a wonderful suggestion for you before throwing or giving them away. Jean material makes an excellent canvas material to stretch and use the same way you would use and treat traditional canvas when making your own canvas frames. Materials needed: Old jeans. […]