Let’s Make a Holiday Night Light
How to make Swirled Paint Ornaments
How to make Glitter Ornaments
How to Turn Scraps into Bling
The Christmas Penquin
Leftover Spiderweb and Scraps Snowman Ornament
Turn Summer into Halloween with a Flip
Vinyl Negative on Canvas
My 2017 Memory Book
Memory Book – Page Two
Candy Cane Sleighs
Wine (glass) Anyone?
Fast Frosted Jars
Cinnamon Ornaments – My Way
Cinnamon Ornaments Pt. 2
A Day of Firsts – Paper Bag, Canvas, Lights
Tiny Plastic Cups
Simple Round Cutouts
Simple Round Cutouts Pt. 2
Update on Snow Mom and Son
Let’s Learn the Easy Press
Mickey Mouse Ornament
My First Wooden Sign
My Obsession: More Signs
My Porch is Haunted!
Porch Makeover Part 1
Porch Makeover Pt 2
Learning New Things
Christmas Eve Boxes Done
Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Bake
They Say … Start Easy
Sweet Treat Day
Who are you?
The Week of Distractions
Back to my Happy
Going Back to Journaling
Got me a Craft Room
The sign that showed me what to do
Visitor from Heaven
Dad with a gun and No sense of humor
Some see weeds, Some see Wishes
That’s my beautiful granddaughter
I poked a hole in each headlight and taped a light to each hole. Then I spread the others to give the illusion of a road. I really like this.
Light Bulb Gallery:
I used tape to stick the cardstock down because I didn’t want any wrinkles, bubbles or warping that a liquid might make.
I taped down the border, but I left about 1/4 in on the left side that overlapped the cover cardstock. I did this because I already knew what my next piece was and it needed to slide under the border.
I own distress ink, no stamps, no blending tools, just ink. So I use a makeup sponge I had in my craft tools. Worked for me!
I have had this picture for a long time. It is one of my favorite coloring pages.
I love rustic and well used on everything. It is basically me. I am rustic, well used and perfectly imperfect.
I had to make cat #1 a friend. Plus I don’t think I have ever owned just one cat.
Some people that own cats go on to lead normal lives.
To much empty canvas for me. I must keep thinking.
My mother loved cardinals and every time my sisters and I see one we know it is her watching over us.
This I actually printed on my own and cut with scissors. I added the little button and twine as a me thing. Buttons and twine make me very happy for some reason.
I let my cricut do the work on this. It is the “write and cut” feature. The cricut did the writing and the cutting. I did the distressing, taping, twine and glue.
Just by looking at this cover you will know more about me than anyone would ever want to know, but that is why I enjoyed this project so much. Everytime I look at this book, I smile.