A is for Apple

ABC Fun - A is for Apple
A is for Apple and it is also for Autumn… Coincidence? I think not because autumn is the perfect time to teach about apples, and learning about both are a great way to start an alphabet unit!

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DIY Shibori Suji Dyed Felted Shawl

I’ve posted about Shibori here a few times recently, it’s quite a trend! Annette from Fiber Artsy loves the trend and posted this tutorial on her blog.

Annette shares a technique called Suji Dyeing. It looks fairly easy, but can … Read More...

3D Invitations & Floral Envelope Liners

DIY 3D Invitations and Floral Envelope Liners

There are so many pretty details in these dimensional invitations. Gold glitter paper, a pop-up, and floral patterned paper make these invites unique! I especially love the floral envelope liners. They may look complicated, but with a quick and easy … Read More...

Technique: Layered Stamps Card

Technique: Layered Stamps Card

The Spectrum Noir blog shares how to make a lovely layered image card. By stamping the same stamped image on different papers and cutting them out and layering them together you’ll get a wonderful  card with lots of dimension and pattern. There’s also tips … Read More...

Tutorial: Machine sewn rolled hem

Tutorial: Machine sewn rolled hem

Tutorial: Machine sewn rolled hem

When you’re putting a hem on a lightweight or sheer fabric, especially a hem that is curved, a rolled hem might be what you need to do.  You can make a rolled hem by hand, … Read More...

Tip: Storing Unmounted Rubber Stamps

Tip: Storing Unmounted Rubber Stamps

Un-mounted and cling mounted stamps can help save you not only money (because they are less expensive) but they can also save you lots of space in your craft room since they don’t have those big bulky wood blocks but … Read More...

Tutorial: Frayed fabric flower

Tutorial: Frayed fabric flower

Tutorial: Frayed fabric flower

Emma from Emuse shows how to make a frayed fabric flower you can use to make pretty hair accessories or brooches.  They’re made with two layers of gathered fabric, with edges left beautifully raw and  frayed.  … Read More...

How to transfer images onto candles

diy-candle-printing Candles can be part of just about any holiday decor but for Halloween they are extra spooky. Candles can also make a great surface to decorate for each holiday and this technique for transferring images onto them is  just the … Read More...

Hot Iron Transfer

ppc_hotIronTransfer_1920x1080_001-500x281Working with iron on transfers requires a bit of skill. You don’t want your iron too hot or you will burn the fabric, too cold and your pattern won’t transfer. Thank goodness for Professor Pincushion and their easy to follow video … Read More...