I finally bought a Fuse Tool and let me tell you, I love it!! I wasn't patient at first with it (I didn't wait the 15 minutes to heat, lol) but after I got the hang of it, I was rolling! I cut the ice cream part out of a page protector and sealed part of it up, filled it up with some TCP Relish Mix and sealed the rest to keep the sequins from falling out (you do have to work rather quickly as the tool can burn the plastic VERY EASILY and QUICKLY).
Hi crafty friends, just wanted to stop by and share a quick post of a project that I made for SSS Wednesday Challenge. This week they are featuring Lawn Fawn products and asked for no rectangle or square cards.
So, with that being said here is a little 3D bag I made for this week challenge...
Thank you so much for stopping by on this lovely Saturday! Just wanted to stop by to remind you about an awesome promotion that CTMH is having. As you know Hostess stamp sets are only for Hostess, lol, but in the month of July if you place an order of $25 or more you can get the Month of July stamp set FREE or a Hostess stamp set for $5, yes you heard right you can purchase a hostess stamp set of you choice for only $5!
GIVEAWAY INFO- When you place an order by joining the July Mystery Hostess party (click this link and then click on the join button located on the bottom right corner), you will get a chance to win a CraftyPickle goodie bag! How AWESOME is that!
One last thing, I wanted to share a couple of links to some great videos showcasing some CTMH containers. These containers are fabulous, if you don't believe me check out these videos to see how you could store you 6x6 paper pads (I store mine this way and I love it).
I decided to jazz up a few headbands that I bought for my daughter. The TCP flair couldn't have been any more PERFECT! The colors and designs went so well and all I did was pick my flair and hot glued them right to the center of my flower. So fast and easy!
Now what are you waiting for, stop by the shop and pick up some fun and pretty flair for your project! Don't forget to stop by the TCP Blog to see the other design team member ideas and projects!
I shared a Christmas card with you last week and today I am sharing some Christmas tags! It's never too early to think about Christmas, at least for me, the sooner I get things done the better as my little one's birthday falls 13 days before Christmas!!
This cartridge has some fun borders that you can cut out, I took the border on page 63 and cut it out using some fun CTMH Silver Glitter cardstock. Using the same stamp set as my tree, I stamped my sentiment on some vellum with some StazOn. I finished my card by adding some foam adhesive to my images and some TCP Winter Sequins Mix.
Thanks so much for stopping by, have a wonderful day!
Hi and welcome to another FlairTastic Friday! I really hope you enjoyed last Friday's projects, but in case you missed it click here to take a look!
Today we are showcasing flair as a "display".
I have a metal frame that I purchased from Joann's and I turned it into a mini calendar (hopefully this will help remind me of things that I need to do). I love it, especially because it sits right on top of my work station where I can SEE it...lol!
I simply took the Simple Numbered flair from TCP shop and turned them into magnets (magnets are coming soon to the shop). I really love this calendar and you can totally customize you number flair with color or style, the possibilities are endless!
That is all I have for you today, thank you so much for stopping by!
When this cartridge came out I fell in love with it. It has so many great cuts, which include tons of 3D items, boxes, labels, cards with envelopes, phrases and much more (check out the handbook here). I cut the frame (pg. 60) and the phrase (pg. 61) from the CTMH Artiste Cartridge.
I cut both images twice, once out of black and once out of a light grey cardstock to help add a little shadow. I also cut a few stripes of pattern paper to add to the left side of the card and a stripe of CTMH Cotton Candy cardstock to help add some color.