Here is a fun Layered Burlap Flower. If you like to make a mess and get your hands dirty, this is the project for you. Here is a 10 minute flower that you would pay $5.00-$7.00 for in the craft stores. By Rhea Weigand Other Supplies Used: Glue Gun Heat Gun Lyndy’s… Read more.
Have you played with May Arts Gold Glitter Dot Garland yet? I just love having a supply on hand when I need a quick decoration, card or gift bag. They make creating so fast and easy. I needed a quick (like last minute quick!) birthday present so I created this bag. It honestly took longer… Read more.
Mother’s have the toughest job out there, and it never really ends. Even when children are grown and gone, a Mother still takes her job seriously. This is why every year we dedicate this day to doing something special for Mom! Even aside from Mom, there are lots of women in our lives that we… Read more.
I’ve got a fun & fast card to share today! DCWV sells printed boxed sets of card bases- they make card making a snap! I used one of those bases and attached the navy anchor nautical satin cut out to the front with my Tombow Multi Mono Liquid Glue. A stamped sentiment & you’re done!… Read more.
Summertime is coming and I can’t wait! The cousins are going on their bi-annual beach vacation so I thought it might be fun to make each of them a cute swimsuit cover up. This could also double as a fun way to dress up a plain T-shirt and the cost is literally under $5! … Read more.
As a little ones soil their bitty clothes they need a bitty place to put them in this Petite Laundry Bag is the perfect place. A friend who is a NICU nurse mentioned that from time to time the nurses make little laundry bags that hang from the isolette to hold dirty items to send… Read more.
I have to admit, I’m not much of a seamstress, but I have a quick sew project that even the most novice of sewers can make in a few minutes. Cute headbands are all of the rage, and they are so easy to make (plus you can have tons of styles and colors!) Just measure… Read more.
Hello, this is Mary and I’m here to share with you an Earth friendly project that’s functional—and pretty, too! To create the base fabric for this bag, I decided to stitch together strips of denim that was re-purposed from an old pair of jeans, and several lengths of Pink Floral 2.5 inch Cotton Blend ribbon…. Read more.
Welcome May Arts fans this is Jenifer here with you today to share a very quick way to repair some tank tops. I think my dryer gets worked too hard sometimes. Every once in a while clothes come out like this, completely ruined. Well after this new set of tank tops was ruined I figured… Read more.
I have a lot of ribbon! I have a lot that are perfect for card making, one of my favorite hobbies, and I have a lot that are intended for home decorating. I wanted to conquer the challenge of using the later mentioned wide width ribbon on cards-to get more out of the ribbon that… Read more.
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