June 21, 2016
Here is another June 2016 Craft Project Central submission by Michelle Wecksler.
Turn your refrigerator into an art gallery! In this project you will learn how to take a stamped image and turn it into a magnet for your refrigerator. You will create three blank art easel magnets and learn how to temporarily attach and replace the art that gets framed in each of the magnets. You will also construct a tiny envelope to store your blank art “canvases” and your completed works of art! The entire set of easel magnets, “canvases,” and Velcro attachment pieces are stored in a custom box perfect for gift giving! This is a wonderful gift for a child as he or she will have a ton of fun creating their art masterpieces for framing on the refrigerator!
Don’t forget about the Creating Pretty Cards Monthly Challenge #60!
June 18, 2016
Sara Levin has a bright idea for June 2016 Craft Project Central!
It’s time for summer! Summer brings loads of reasons to be in touch and to celebrate the season. These designs scream fun! In this tutorial you’ll learn how to use Pop of Paradise Stamp Set, Pop of Pink Specialty Designer Paper and Swirly Scribbles Thinlits to create three cards and a summery box that’s perfect to use as a party favor or a gift box for a special something or someone.
Have you played along with the Creating Pretty Cards Monthly Challenge yet? You could win a subscription to the month of your choice. One winner is picked for every 10 submissions.
I was super happy to see the SU ONE WILD RIDE motorcycle stamp this catalog-
thanks to Dawn Griffith creating one for her Million Dollar Milestone!
It is a really cool one, too…with neat images and sentiments:
My stampers made this card at our New Catalog Kick Off Party last weekend. I had them cover a scrap piece of cardstock with foil adhered with a glue stick. Then they ran it through the Big Shot using the NEW Sparkle embossing folder. Make sure to use a glue stick because in my experience, using a tape runner or liquid glue made visible marks that showed through the foil. I also used Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil…it is a Wow moment when you see how cool it looks:)
I decided to share this card with the gang over at Stamp Ink Paper for their One Year Anniversary Challenge #52!
June 15, 2016
It’s my turn to give a sneak peek at my projects for Craft Project Central’s April 2016 Edition! I had so much fun creating this ensemble.
I even test drove it on my stamping gals and it ran like a beauty in a group setting!
This bright and cheerful ensemble of three cards and a sweet little frame using the Grateful Bunch Stamp Set with the Blossom Bunch Punch and Hello Thinlits is sure to put a smile on someone’s face. The projects all come packaged in a cute little bag to boot. This project is also absolutely perfect for a demonstrator to use for a Product Class – tips are given throughout the tutorial showing how to organize the class so it will flow quickly and smoothly for the attendees.
Remember, you get all the April 2016 projects’ detailed instructions for just $10.
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June 13, 2016
I played along with the Creating Pretty Cards Monthly Challenge #60 today. You should, too! Remember, for every 10 submissions, Craft Project Central gives away a free month of tutorials!
And I decided to really challenge myself and use only what was in the scrap box on my desk. See, I have this box I “file” things in that don’t get used…it could be a scrap of ribbon or an image I did not use on a card or sometimes a die cut or shape of paper I did not use. So, I dug into my box to see what I could find…
I am not kidding you…I did not stamp anything…I just put stuff together from my scrap box using the sketch. I did have to punch a 2″ circle of Blushing Bride cardstock for the small border on my For You flower. I even added some enamel dots that matched a piece of DSP in my box. They were on my desk because I was packaging them for an event so I technically could use them!