My project is finally complete! It started as an idea while I was browsing the local thrift store. I had found, much to my husband’s dismay, a set of very awesome looking white cabinets for a total of about $20. Hmmm…those would make an awesome place to store my craft
My mother recently got excited about my electric cutting machine and the vinyl wall decals I have been making. Amazingly, it was just what her church had been looking for. She enlisted my help and we designed and cut out a message that my parents helped them install in their
Save Money! Make your own T-Shirt Yarn! Browsing Pinterest, I saw an awesome pattern for a rug made of T-Shirt Yarn. Now, I had to make the rug (of course!), but didn’t want to buy the yarn. So, off to the thrift store for some T-Shirts, right!? That’s what I
Waiting for our baby girl, I have been crocheting in an attempt to be more patient for her arrival! Here is what I have made so far – click for links to the tutorials and patterns I used: An adorable pair of baby booties A rug made from 5
I found this SVG file free online. If I remember where I got it I will post it up here. I think the card turned out very nicely though – despite a few minor issues! Finished Dragon Card Inside of the Dragon Card
My ecraft came through! I made one of the most intricate cards I have attempted yet for Mother’s Day, and other than a little variation in the thickness of some of the lines, my ecraft managed it! I was a bit worried because it hasn’t been doing so well at alignment lately.
My first post, but not my first card! I made a basic birthday card for my Dad based on this pin: Source: blog.papercrafterslibrary.com via Kabram’s on Pinterest I think it came out fairly well. Here is the result: Card Front Card Inside Happy Birthday Card