With just a few simple materials you can make this beautiful hanging mobile. Today I am working with Maker’s Movement to bring you this tutorial. I just love how it turned out. I have it hanging in the doorway between my living room and dining room. My daughters noticed it and mentioned how pretty it is and the cats noticed it and are deciding whether or not they want to try and play with it!
Here it is hanging in my house.
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Oh, how I want to visit the beach, sand in my toes, playing in the water. It is such a fantastic summer activity. Since I can’t go, I made this shadowbox to remind me of how fun it can be. This shadowbox can be placed on a shelf as a decor item or as a Christmas tree ornament. Wouldn’t it be fun to send to a friend that also loves the beach? Thanks to Maker’s Movement for sending me the stamp and die set, Beach Vibes to use with this project.
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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Being a part of the Rinea Foiled Paper Design Team, I post on their blog twice a month. Today I have a collaboration project between Rinea and poppystamps. The tutorial and walkthrough process video is available. You can see the entire post at the following link. [Blessings card]
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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.
This post is a part of a monthly craft challenge between the crafters at Creatively Crafty Facebook Group. Our March theme is Easter. Take a moment and visit all the other Easter crafts and then you can add yours to the link-up.
I love how this coffee filter flower turned out. It was so fun to make. I know I will be making more of them because they are so applicable to different crafts. While I used this one on a card, the coffee filter flowers could be made in different sizes. Use them to decorate a scrapbooking page, a gift package, you could even use them for decor.
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