I loved this when I saw it and knew I would be making some for myself!! (= I found the inspiration for these on Lynns blog Millers-ink. Lots of great stuff to see!! (=
I actually couldn't find all the supplies that were listed on the tutorial, but I made due with similar items that I think worked. You can use these to clip up pictures, notes or to do lists. You could also use these as a receipe holder etc!!! A more detailed tutorial can also be found on the Shanty 2 chic website.
Here are some of the teacher gifts I made this year for Delaney's preschool teachers. The snowmen are filled with hot chocolate mix.
These washer necklaces are fun, cute and easy to make!
Start with washers from your local hardware store. Choose some DP. I used my jovial paper pad from Basic Grey. Trace around the washer and cut out paper to fit the washer. I then used Mod Podge to adhere paper to the washer. Then you need to sand around all the edges. Finally add a sealer. I used crystal effects from Stampin up, but there are many others you could use. TFL!! (=
Well I had a post for this evening, but unfortunately my computer is down AGAIN!!! I'm writing from my husbands laptop. I'm thinking I could use a new computer for Christmas! (= Hope to be back soon...
Here are a couple cards I made with a new sweet image from Bug & Roo. These images were done by Hannah Boyd daughter of Lori Boyd and they are oh so cute just like her moms! (= If you'd like to check them out they are available at By LORi designs.
Also, I recently received a blog award from the super talented Emily Leiphart.
I'm supposed to tell you three things that make me, me and then pass it on to three friends.
1.) I LOVE my family and LOVE being a mom!! It's the BEST!!! (=
2.) No suprise that I'm addicted to all things crafty!!!
3.) I Love sports! Watching and playing (not as much playing anymore). I especially love cheering for my Oregon DUCKS!!!
Now I'll pass it on to:
1.) Lynn Miller
2.) Julie Tucker-Wolek
3.) Silvia Rodriguez
This week at The Pink Elephant we are doing a theme challenge. The theme is Winter Wonderland and you can do anything you would like. A card, project, layout... it's up to you! (= I made a card using a super cute snowman image from By LORi Designs. I've always loved snowmen!! (= Here is my card:
My daughter Delaney had her Christmas program at her preschool a few nights ago. The kids are so CUTE at that age. All my kids have been though the same preschool and it's sad to know this is our last year there. The kids got a chance to visit with Santa after the performance. They asked for lots of things... Xbox 360, Ipod touch, Dippin dots machine, Mind Flex, Guitar, Big horse, pillow pet....
The mosaic is more pictures taken from that evening! (=
We all probally have some plain candles laying around. To make them look more festive for the holidays just add some felt shapes to them. These were made with some ornament dies from Papertrey Ink. I cut out the shapes with some felt and attached them with twine. Super simple! (= TFL.
I found these cute wooden ornaments and new they would be fun to dress up! On one side I used digi images from by LORi designs, added some DP, ribbon and used my Ric Rac die. The other side was painted with chalkboard paint. You can write your own little personal message! You can use these as a gift tag and then as an ornament for your tree!!!
I LOVE MY DUCKS!!!!!!!!!!! (= We are Big Oregon Duck fans here and we were so excited to see a win against the Beavers in the civil war! Ducks 12-0 will be heading to the National Title game for the first time ever!!! Lots of Green and Yellow around here!!! GO DUCKS!!!!!!!!!!
Here are some cute little snowmen ornaments I put together:
I used clear glass ornaments. Most of them I filled with fake snow, but I also did a few adding white paint inside the ornament. You can see the difference in the top picture. I stamped on a snowman face with StazOn, but then also went over it with a black sharpie paint pen. I also painted on the nose with an orange paint pen. The hats were made using a baby sock. I cut a hole in the sock so you can attach string/ribbon to hang your ornament. Then closed off the top with some ribbon. Thanks for looking!! (=