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This die (gift carton) is so versatile and reminds me of a small milk carton. The die from Maker’s Movement cuts and scores all in one pass. I plan to put candy inside for Easter but a small gift would be nice as well. The gift carton can function as unique gift
Planner Stickers These basic planner stickers are printable and also work with Cricut print and cut. The file is a PNG with a transparent background. Print to sticker paper and then have your personal cutting machine cut around the edges. The shapes are simple enough that you can also cut by hand
Thinking of You Greeting Card As a part of the ScraPerfect design team, I have a tutorial on their blog today showing how I made this triple layer card. It was a lot of fun and easier then I expected. Learn all about it. [triple layer card] Related Posts:An Open Response About
Card for Easter This sweet Easter Card was made to show how to do an inset technique using a die-cut. The concept is to insert the negative pieces so that the design is flat when finished. This technique can be used for a variety of different materials that you can die-cut. The
Repurpose a Band T-shirt This post and photos may contain Amazon or other affiliate links. If you purchase something through any link, I may receive a small commission at no extra charge to you. Any supplies used may be given to me free of charge, however, all projects and opinions are my own.
Victorian Fan Decor links contain affiliates I am sharing a tutorial for decorating a Victorian fan on the Rinea blog today. This month the design team at Rinea is partnering with Creative Embellishments for our projects. The fan uses pieces mainly from Rinea, Creative Embellishments, and Little Birdie. If you shop at Little Birdie and would like to
A Free PDF File There comes a time when every cook needs a conversion chart. It is hard to keep all these different numbers in our heads. You can print this free version and save it for everyday use. The free PDF file is a convenient 4″ x 6″ in size, making
Last year on a trip to Greece, I felt so healthy from eating Mediterranean food. The food was so clean and while it filled us up it did bloat us or make us feel stuffed. I was really excited to see The Everything Mediterranean Instant Pot Cookbook in hopes of gaining some of
Folding an origami box is rather easy and can be done with a variety of different papers. This version is made with a printed pattern on regular copy paper. The images are called Bio Dots and I downloaded them for free at The Craft Chop. You can try your own version with
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Janet Van Lone Trieschman is a mom who loves to create. She left a career as a college professor teaching Graphic Design to raise her family. Looking for a creative outlet, Janet started a website;
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