Tile Coaster Tutorial - The Cottage Mama
Tile Coaster Tutorial - The Cottage Mama. Easy craft project.
Mod Podge Washer Necklaces with Enviro Tex
This post contains affiliate links :) As if the world needs another washer necklace tutorial, right? Last week I went crazy with the Mod Podge projects! I see so many enticing pins on Pinterest that I put 3 paper crafting projects on my Christmas project list. Last week I made them all: flat marble magnets, tile coasters and washer necklaces. I learned enough in the process that I wanted to share some tips. I'm going to try and give you the lowdown on different kinds of glue and sealants…
How I Transformed a Curbside Dresser into an Elegant Sideboard
Learn how to transform an old dresser into an elegant sideboard using Chalk Paint® Decorative Paint by Annie Sloan. Finished piece features a stenciled color pop surprise inside the drawers!
Garden Of Eden Themed Birthday Party
This darling GARDEN OF EDEN THEMED BIRTHDAY PARTY was submitted by Claudia Cortez of iCandy parties. How great is this party theme?! It's so cute and unique! I especially love all of the cute Garden of Eden themed dessert ideas! For instance the garden cookies and The Tree of Knowledge pops! This party is so creative and and would work perfectly for a birthday party or outdoor garden party! The Garden Of Eden party ideas and elements that I like best from this birthday event are: The cute…
3D Bright Paper Stars
These 3D paper stars are my absolute favorite! They look amazing hanging as a garland (the backdrop to our party). They make sweets shine when bunched together and stuck into a cake. The stars are
Craft Forums with Patterns, Project Ideas, Craft Advice and More
Craftster.org is an online community for crafts and DIY projects where you can find loads of ideas, advice, and inspiration. Hundreds of thousands of free craft projects, craft patterns, craft tutorials and more.
Let's Talk About Love...A DIY project
So I am jumping right on ahead to Valentine's Day....if Wal-Mart can put the candy out in December I can blog about it in December, right?? Really, I am just dreading the long days of January and want a little something to look forward to...you know, maybe a few decorations so that the hubby will be sure to remember to spoil me a bit ;) For this little sign that is sure to find a place on my mantle just as soon as I can bring myself to take down the Christmas decorations...I used what I had…
"S" is for Star - Jaime Costiglio
Glittered paper star wreath Made from old paperback book pages, add some glitter and presto: Looks like a delicate pastry made for the walls. Here’s how I made the paper star: 1. Using a 3D cardboard star shape (thank you Grandma) slice in half: 2. Prepare paper rolls. Carefully remove old paperback pages. Tear in... Read more