Craft Discoveries

Sharing the love of crafty-goodness!

  • 28th September
    2012
  • 28
  • 4th August
    2012
  • 04
  • 9th April
    2012
  • 09
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Here’s a sneak-peek at my second Smash Book, definitely a work in progress. I don’t think this one will take as long to fill as my first one. I’ve gotten a lot more artsy-fartsy with the content this time, putting a lot of my Vagabond cuttings into it so I can use it as sort of a reference.

I was excited to use one of the rosettes I made, looks like a flower now. The dots were made with white markers topped with Glossy Accents (who doesn’t like bubbles?!). Everything else you see? Rub-ons! I absolutely love, love, love using them.

Here’s a sneak-peek at my second Smash Book, definitely a work in progress. I don’t think this one will take as long to fill as my first one. I’ve gotten a lot more artsy-fartsy with the content this time, putting a lot of my Vagabond cuttings into it so I can use it as sort of a reference.

I was excited to use one of the rosettes I made, looks like a flower now. The dots were made with white markers topped with Glossy Accents (who doesn’t like bubbles?!). Everything else you see? Rub-ons! I absolutely love, love, love using them.

  • 18th February
    2012
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  • 25th July
    2011
  • 25
  • 5th April
    2011
  • 05
  • 3rd December
    2010
  • 03
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Another craft for my Wizard of Oz club buddies that didn’t start from scratch. These were already painted green with red polka dots and had the red felt bow on the bottom as well as a hanger at the top. But the best part was the yellow banner across the top, my love of everything Wizard of Oz saw it as The Yellow Brick Road. I simply drew the lines to make it so!

The center of each wreath also had a piece of clear plastic adhered to it where I applied pre-designed rhinestones in the shape of a hat or a tree. I signed and dated the back and sent them on their way tucked inside the Christmas cards I altered. (http://craftdiscoveries.tumblr.com/post/1696272812/as-with-cooking-and-baking-not-all-crafts-have-to)

Another craft for my Wizard of Oz club buddies that didn’t start from scratch. These were already painted green with red polka dots and had the red felt bow on the bottom as well as a hanger at the top. But the best part was the yellow banner across the top, my love of everything Wizard of Oz saw it as The Yellow Brick Road. I simply drew the lines to make it so!

The center of each wreath also had a piece of clear plastic adhered to it where I applied pre-designed rhinestones in the shape of a hat or a tree. I signed and dated the back and sent them on their way tucked inside the Christmas cards I altered. (http://craftdiscoveries.tumblr.com/post/1696272812/as-with-cooking-and-baking-not-all-crafts-have-to)