Year in review conversation cards. #free #freeprintable #printable
Looking to have a little fun on New Year’s Eve? Print out and cut these conversation prompts. Not only will they have you reminiscing about the past year but they can make for some good conversation starters too. You just might learn something new about someone too!
This is a free single-page PDF file and prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper or cardstock. [New Year’s Cards]
Every year I do a review of which posts from the past year had the most views. I have to say 2022 was the year of SVG files. I like to see what was popular so that I know what more to bring in the new year.
Of course, I have some evergreen posts that have more views. Each year these posts remain at the top of the page view list. But this list contains only posts that were created in 2022. Here are the top five posts from 2022:
DIY Your Own Cricut Cutaway Card Cricut Cutaway cards were new this year and you can edit them to your own personal taste. Cricut posts remain popular on my site.
2. Free Funny Quotes Tickling your funny bone was popular in 2022 with this post of free funny quote SVGs.
3. Bathroom Signs You probably found more humor with these free bathroom sign SVGs.
4. Halloween Halloween is a very popular holiday for decorating and making mischief. This post contained a group of free Halloween SVG files from an SVG blog hop.
5. Lake Sign You seemed to enjoy the lake this year with a round-up of free Lake-themed SVG files.
So if you missed any of these posts and free SVGs, you can still grab them by following the links to each post – Enjoy!
Happy New Year! This year I have created a printable calendar in two sizes. Each month has an adult coloring image at the top. These are beautiful as is or as colored. Print them out and come color with me.
Each download is a zipped file and includes all 12 months of PDF prints. The half-page calendar has two months on each page, making it easier to print. Other than size, each calendar contains the same images.
When I got products from Ceya I wanted to combine glitter and mica powder. On the first try, I decided to make an ornament. Having not done this before, I wasn’t sure of the outcome, but I am thrilled with the results and can’t wait to try other applications.
If you’d like to see more products from Ceya I have an unboxing video here:
Make Christmas tree napkin rings for your holiday table. #svg #freesvg #papertemplate
These are festive quick and easy Christmas Tree napkin rings. They will add a touch of Christmas color to your table decor. With just a few materials you can have a table setting full of them in no time. What a great project to get the family or the children involved in crafting. I used a personal cutting machine but I have included a template to use for cutting out by hand as well.
Load the SVG file and cut each shape from the appropriate colored paper. Cut as many as you need for your table.
Using the template and scissors:
Cut the appropriate shapes from the corresponding colors. Cut as many as you need for your table.
fitting the napkin ring together
Take the green napkin ring shape and slide the tree halves together. This will make a round napkin ring and a complete tree. Adjust the shape as needed to work with your napkins.
add the star
Use a Glue Dot and adhere the gold star to the top of each Christmas Tree.
Insert the napkins and they are finished and ready to place on your Christmas dining table.
This post is a part of Craft Lightning Holiday craft challenge. Each crafter is challenged to create a December holiday craft that takes 15 minutes or less to create (excludes drying time). The challenge runs from November 5 – 9. Each day, eight new crafters present a holiday craft creation. These projects are featured on Made in Crafts, The Country Chic Cottage, and 30 Minute Crafts. (links are in the above graphic) Remember to visit each day to see the new set of crafty creations.
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Mystery Stencil Box from TCW. @TheCraftersWorkshop
I bought a mystery box of stencils from TCW. It was so surprising to see the contents and how much was included. The mystery box contained 30 stencils, 10 each in 4″x4″; 6″x6″; and 12″x12″. When I bought the mystery box it was on sale for around $29 plus shipping.
So let’s take a look and see if it was worth it.
From what I can tell from the TCW website, 6″x6″ stencils sell for $6.99; and 12″x12″ stencils sell for $8.99. Added together and if I bought each of those stencils at full price, I would have paid $159.80 that doesn’t include the 4″x4″ stencils because I couldn’t find a price for them.
New to me craft product unboxing from Ceya. #affiliate
What a great group of Ceya products. I was asked if I would be interested in a review of this new-to-me line of products. Of course, I said yes. Ceya makes a variety of different glitters, crushed glass, and mica powders and these containers are huge! (I was impressed)
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