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Altered Drawstring Bag

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Delight In Everyday Life | 0 comments

Altered Drawstring Bag

I found this cute can­vas linen draw­string bag in the dol­lar spot at Tar­get. I loved it so much that I grabbed all they had know­ing I could alter them through­out the year. This design was super easy to make and is per­fect to fill with Easter candy. Sup­plies Used: Easter Ele­ments Tim Holtz/Sizzix Die, Burlap, Trim, Seam Bind­ing, Fabri Tac, Pearl Beads, Sil­ver Blank Disk, Jump Rings, Head Pin Tools Needed: Die Cut­ting Machine, Scis­sors, Bench Block, Brass Ham­mer, Long Nose Pli­ers, Metal Stamps Metal Stamp­ing Sup­plies can be...

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Wedding Charms

Posted by on Mar 28, 2015 in Delightful Tutorials | 2 comments

Wedding Charms

Do you need a quick gift to give to a new bride? If so, this is one fast project she will cher­ish and can either wear, place in a shadow box or on the spine of a wed­ding album. To cre­ate the bead flower bou­quet all I did was place one bead onto a head­pin then curl the end of the head­pin to form a small loop. Once I had 12 com­pleted I bunched them together and wrapped a head­pin around the mid­dle of the bunch. Then I attached a jump ring to the wire wrapped area. Super simple. Sup­plies Used: 13 Head­pins, 12 Beads, 3 Jump Rings, 2...

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Lemon Bath Bombs

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in Delightful Tutorials | 0 comments

Lemon Bath Bombs

With all the crazi­ness of bath bombs right now, I decided to give it a go and attempt to make my own. I looked all over Pin­ter­est at the ingre­di­ents in lots of dif­fer­ent bath bombs and by adding and tak­ing away cer­tain ingre­di­ents from recipes here is the recipe I cre­ated. These lit­tle bath bombs smell just like lemon bundt cakes. On my next batch I will add a bit more Lemon Essen­tial Oil (EO) to my next batch as it didn’t smell as strongly as I wanted in my bath but this is the only thing I will change when I make them again....

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Bunny Easter Egg or Treat Holder

Posted by on Mar 19, 2015 in Delight in The Seasons, Delightful Tutorials | 0 comments

Bunny Easter Egg or Treat Holder

How cute will this Easter egg or treat holder look sit­ting at each per­sons table set­ting for Easter brunch. You can fill it with a per­son­al­ized dec­o­rated egg to use as a place card or fill it with choco­lates for an after brunch treat. It’s really sim­ple to make and I’m cer­tain your guest will love the added touch. Sup­plies Used: Tim Holtz Alter­ations Easter Ele­ments Sizzix Die, Matt Board, Flo­ral Emboss­ing Folder, Tim Holtz Dis­tress Paint Aban­doned Coral & Cracked Pis­ta­chio, Dina Wak­ley Media Heavy Body Acrylic Paint...

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Need a crown, of course you do!!!

Posted by on Mar 18, 2015 in An Artist Cannot Fail | 1 comment

Need a crown, of course you do!!!

Sat­ur­day, I was at The Crafty Scrap­per attend­ing a birth­day crop for my super sweet & awe­some friend Trisha Perkins. At her party, she had Cheryl Dar­row of Ten Sec­onds Stu­dio come and instruct every­one on how to make leather crowns. This was WAY WAY WAY out of my com­fort zone as I’m a vin­tage paper kinda girl and there was zero vin­tage paper to be found here, but let me tell you I now have a new addic­tion. Work­ing with emboss-able leather is so fun and if you ever have the chance to take one of Cheryl’s crown classes do it,...

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Delight in The Seasons | 0 comments

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Noth­ing like a french bread clover cov­ered in cin­na­mon sugar to start your St. Patrick’s Day morn­ing. This is really easy to make and pretty darn yummy too. All you need to make french bread clovers is a tube of Pills­bury Crusty French Loaf, melted but­ter, ground cin­na­mon and sugar. Instead of greas­ing my cookie sheet I placed mine on a cookie sheet cov­ered with parch­ment paper. Pre­heat the oven per instruc­tions on the tube. Cut 5 long strips of the Pills­bury Crusty French Loaf. Leave about 2 inches at one end for the clover...

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Her “Happily Ever After”

Posted by on Mar 9, 2015 in Delight In Everyday Life | 0 comments

Her “Happily Ever After”

Early Sat­ur­day, morn­ing we all piled into the car and drove to Hous­ton for my niece Amanda’s wed­ding. Sat­ur­day, was cer­tainly a day filled with lots of love, hap­pi­ness and a few tears. It’s amaz­ing how fast time does fly. Amanda was a beau­ti­ful bride and mar­ried the best guy. We are all so happy to have Steve join our fam­ily. He and Amanda are a won­der­ful cou­ple and we all wish them the very best. The Chapel of the Church of Saint John the Divine ~ Hous­ton, Texas Mr. & Mrs. Steven King Newton Con­grat­u­la­tions, Amanda...

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Happy Card Make’N Take Tutorial

Posted by on Feb 27, 2015 in Delight In All Things Paper, Delight In The Art of Collage, Delightful Tutorials | 0 comments

Happy Card Make’N Take Tutorial

Sorry I don’t have a big­ger photo of this card but it was so pop­u­lar dur­ing the Scrap­book Expo Grapevine event that I thought I would share the tuto­r­ial to cre­ate your own card. It’s the per­fect card to cre­ate when you only have a few min­utes of crafting. Sup­plies Used: Pat­terned Paper, Blank Card, Small Manila Ship­ping Tag, Maya Road DIY Kraft Note Envelopes, Maya Road Feath­ered Friend Resin Embell­ish­ment, Small Flower, Gold Metal­lic Leaf, Seam Bind­ing, Alpha Stamp Set, Jet Black Archival Ink, Adhesive Tools Used: Paper...

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Sharing A Make’N Take

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015 in Delight In All Things Altered, Delightful Tutorials | 0 comments

Sharing A Make’N Take

This altered chalk­board stand is the make’n take Car­o­line with Maya Road had me teach­ing, last week­end at Scrap­book Expo in Grapevine.  It was super pop­u­lar so I thought I would share it with you blog readers. Sup­plies Needed: Chalk­board Stand, Twine Cord­ing Gin­ger Root Brown, Vin­tage Felt Posies ~ Car­na­tion, Leaves, Trin­ket Pins ~ Vin­tage Round Pearl, Strips of Pat­terned Paper, Alpha Stamp Set, Archival Ink Tools Used: Scis­sors, Hot Glue Gun & Hot Glue Stick Instruc­tions: Using Archival Ink and an alpha stamp set,...

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Mom’s Sugar Cookies

Posted by on Feb 23, 2015 in Delight In Everyday Life | 0 comments

Mom’s Sugar Cookies

Ingre­di­ents 1/2 Cup But­ter, Soft­ened 3/4 Cup Sugar 1 Egg 1/2 Tea­spoon Vanilla Extract 2 Cups All-Purpose Flour 1/4 Tea­spoon Salt 1/2 Tea­spoon Bak­ing Pow­der 2–3 Table­spoon Milk Direc­tions Pre­heat oven to 375 Degrees. Cream but­ter and sugar in mixer bowl until light and fluffy. Add egg; beat until blended. Mix in vanilla. Add sifted mix­ture of flour, salt and bak­ing pow­der alter­nately with milk; mix well. Chill dough until firm 15–30 min. Roll to a 1/4-inch thick­ness on floured surface. Cut with 4 to 5-inch cookie cutter....

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