Thursday, April 20, 2017

Ink Refill Roundup!


Ink Refill Roundup

Sometimes the most beautiful cards can be created with the simplest of supplies!  In my Craft Project Central tutorial this month you will learn to use your Classic Stampin’ Ink Refills in new and creative ways!  This Ink Refill Roundup Set includes a beautiful collection of ink-decorated tissue papers, a set of four abstract art cards and a case that is perfect for storing your cards and your ink-decorated tissue papers!  This is a fun project for adults and kids alike!  Let’s put those ink refills to some creative use and allow our inner abstract artist to come out and play!!!!!  Get the full step-by-step instructions by subscribing to the month of April at Craft Project Central!!!!

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Princess Birthday Party Pack by Monika Davis

Princess Birthday Party Pack!  – Monika Davis

What little girl wouldn’t want their own crown and magic wand on their birthday? This is your chance to learn how to make a sweet little crown that could double as a table decoration, a wand, a small gift bag and a birthday card... all fit for a princess. Jazz up your creations with butterflies and tulle to make someone’s birthday magical.  Get the full step-by-step instructions by subscribing to the month of April at Craft Project Central!!!!

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

May Door Hanger & Accessories by Stephanie Purvis

May Day Door Hanger & Accessories!  – Stephanie Purvis

May Day might not be a big holiday in your area, but it’s always fun to put together little gift baskets to hang on your neighbor’s door to celebrate the arrival of Spring. Even if you don’t celebrate May Day, you can use this door hanger to give little gifts to your neighbors, roommates, or even hang one on your child’s door for any occasion you choose!  Get the full step-by-step instructions by subscribing to the month of April at Craft Project Central!!!

Thursday, April 06, 2017

Birthday Gift Card Holder Ensemble by Cindy Brumbaugh

Birthday Gift Card Holder Ensemble! – Cindy Brumbaugh

Gift giving has changed over the years…today, one of the common ways of giving includes the “Gift Card.” It is a great way to show friends and family you know what they like or need, but are giving them the opportunity to pick it for themselves. You can jazz up and personalize a gift card by packaging it in a unique and festive holder. This tutorial includes four birthday themed gift card holders using the Carousel Birthday Suite. The designs can be easily transformed into various other themes as needed.  Get the full step-by-step instructions by heading over to Craft Project Central and subscribing to the month of April!

Monday, April 03, 2017

Creating Pretty Cards – Card Sketch #70! – Julie Warnick

Creating Pretty Cards – Card Sketch #70! – Julie Warnick

Each month in addition to the great 3D projects that Craft Project Central has for you, they also host a monthly card challenge – Creating Pretty Cards!! To help you recreate the sketch each month, they also provide a free Sketch Mini Tutorial! This mini tutorial has information about how the inspiration card (using the sketch) was created, supplies used, and basic measurements!!  For every ten cards submitted, they’ll pick one winner of a free one month subscription! The winner(s) will get to select the month of their choice! Head over to Craft Project Central to learn more and submit your creation!!

Saturday, April 01, 2017

Spring Sun Catchers by Buffy Cooper


Spring Sun Catchers by Buffy Cooper
Are you looking for a spring project to do with children? Here’s a fun set of sun catchers you can work on together! Made from canning jar rings and Stampin’ Up! supplies, these cute sun catchers double as wind chimes. Hang them from your window, on your porch, or even in a tree. They’re so simple to create, your children can make an extra set for a friend or relative who visits this summer and include the coordinating greeting card.  Get the full step-by-step instructions by heading over to Craft Project Central and subscribing to the month of April!

Friday, February 10, 2017

Valentine's Treat Holder - One Sheet Box


This Valentine's Treat Holder was created after seeing the One Sheet Box tutorial at Splitcoast Stampers.  I began with a 9" x 12" piece of drawing paper.  I created some heart stencils using a hot glue gun and then sponged the stencils all over the paper using Rose Red ink.  I cut the paper down to 8-1/2" x 11" and followed the One Sheet Box tutorial to create the treat holder.  I cut down the excess strip of sponged drawing paper to add a bit of interest on the front of the box and then added a sponged tag and some hearts.  So simple!  You could easily create this box with children's art and scribbles!  Have fun!!!!  Happy Valentine's Day!  Let's spread some love!!!! :)