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Oh my gosh, I was just looking through the clearance section at Cricut and this paper pack pictured above (woodland) is on sale for $2! Can you believe that? They have Disney packs of paper on sale for $6 – that’s unheard of! Tons of other items on sale as well. Many items appear to be 50% off. And I know you are going to love this one:
I am sharing how I made this layered tag using Maker’s Movement products. The dies, the stamps, even the die cutting machine are all from Maker’s Movement. I like the different patterns of the paper layered on top of each other. The tag die set comes with a variety of different sizes, I used the three smaller dies. This tag would pair nicely with a gift from the kitchen for someone special as well as a great way to say thank you with an edible gift!
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While this summer might look a little different for all of us, these images are great icons of summer. Get this free printable. Use them for scrapbooking, card making, decoupage, stickers… I bet the ideas are endless. Use the button below to get your free PDF printable file and enjoy your summer!
Today I am sharing a tutorial for making this Patriotic Rosette on the Rinea blog. I am a design team member for Rinea and I post tutorials twice a month. This rosette design is double-sided, check out the tutorial to see the alternate side.
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Great for wearing any time of the year, but especially now with the world in unrest, make this “all you need is love” shirt. Grab the free SVG file below and using your personal cutting machine, cut out iron-on vinyl to make your own “all you need is love” shirt.
I have been influenced by Jill Barnes-Dacey’s decoupage work. While mine is nothing to the level of her work, I have been following her for a while in awe. This decoupage plate uses three different materials for imagery; tissue paper, computer print out, and silver leaf. I started with a vision for the plate although it did develop as I worked. I am happy with the final result and enjoyed the work so much I can foresee additional pieces in my future.
The decoupage plate is a part of a monthly blog hop with the designers at Designer Connection Crafts. For the month of June, we are working with any brand of decoupage. Go check out all the different tutorial at [decoupage]
Scan n Cut machine
Dishwasher safe Mod Podge
Best Glue Ever
decorative tissue paper
Clean off the back of the glass plate with rubbing alcohol.
I taped my computer print onto the Design n Cut mat because my mat isn’t as sticky as it once was.
Using my Scan n Cut, I set it to cut out the flowers. I chose the one that fits the bottom of the plate’s center.
I used dishwasher safe Mod Podge for this project.
I attached the flower first.
Then I used the Best Glue Ever to attach the silver leaf.
Here is the silver leaf completely attached. If you would like more details on how I applied the silver leaf, you can do so here: [silver leaf]
ScraPerfect is having some technical issues with their blog right now, here is the video for applying the silver leaf:
The final step was placing the tissue paper with Mod Podge. I chose to use torn pieces of tissue and layered it a few times. I also placed it over the silver leaf to seal in and protect it.
Once all the tissue paper is applied, I used a few layers of Mod Podge to seal. Once completely dry, I cut off the excess tissue around the rim with a craft knife.
Follow the directions on the Mod Podge bottle for drying requirements before use.
Learn how to make these easy fashion earrings using the new Mini Maker from Maker’s Movement. I love their earring dies, making jewelry is so easy using them. There are a variety of different sizes but today I am using the teardrop die that comes with the Mini Maker. In fact, all materials except my pliers and paint pen came from Maker’s Movement.
This is the new die cutting machine, the Mini Maker. It is a perfect size to sit on your desktop.
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Great for wearing any time of the year, but especially for the Fourth of July, make this “free and the brave” shirt. Grab the free SVG file below and using your personal cutting machine, cut out iron-on vinyl to make your own “free and the brave” shirt.