I made the paper medallions using halloween scrapbook papers that I cut into 1 1/4″ x 12″ paper strips. Then I scored each of them at every 1/4″, folded, and glued each circle on top of the medallion using strong adhesive glue.
I stamped the sentiment on a grey cardstock using the same ink pad, trimmed them, and then added on the medallions with strong adhesive glue.
To read the Project Thursday tutorial how to make the mini bag, head over to Precious Remembrance Shop Blog. I hope you all can visit me there and like the project.
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Fall is on its way and the next Holiday is Halloween which my daughters do not stop talking about their costumes and treats! I tell you… they cannot wait for that day to arrive.
Today, I am up at Precious Remembrance Shop Blog sharing the Project Thursday. I have treat tags and bags to share with you all. On these tags, I created a watercolor look background using smooshing technique with VersaFine Clair Ink Pads and stamp cleaner. It is very easy and fun technique.
These tags are quick and easy to make for mass-produce, especially when you need to make lots of them. I hope this give you an idea for this Holiday. Head over to Precious Remembrance Shop Blog for tutorial.
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Hello everyone… Today, I want to share with you all couple fun DIY personalized t-shirt and coffee mug projects that I created using cutting files and glitter heat transfer vinyls.
Personalizing items are fun, special, and perfect for gifts and even for yourself to use. And… thankful for digital cutting files, you can create any thing and any style with them. On my projects today are a Personalized T-Shirt and Personalized Coffee Mug using the Brush Up Alpha, the Bountiful Blessings, and the Java Scripts. I am sharing full tutorial at The Cut Shoppe Blog today. Head over to their blog to read more.
Hello everyone… Summer and traveling go together. We travel to visit relatives, to go camping, and to go road-traveling to see interesting things. If you like journaling or creating mini scrapbooking projects, then you must be familiar with traveler notebook. I like to have notebooks with me when we are on road trips. Today I would like to share with you my traveler notebook that I created with stamps, pigment and chalk inks, watercolor pencils and colored pencils.
This travel notebook size is 4.25″ x 8.25″ and I made them out of heavy weigh cardstock 110 lbs for the cover, and the inside papers are mixed of copy papers and watercolor papers. I secured the pages by stitching them with some embroidery thread.