A tutorial to make these simple shamrocks using just paper strips - perfect craft for St. Patrick's Day.
A cute and simple way to display mini pictures - come find out how to make one for yourself!
Simple and quick shamrock idea - draw on mugs with markers to create the fun design. Learn the tips and tricks...
July 31, 2010
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July 29, 2010
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White Balance is actually quite helpful. It is how your camera adjusts the light it's seeing. I keep it set on auto a lot, but I change it when necessary. Somewhere on your camera you should have a button labeled "WB" where you can get to the following list:
That's all for today - White Balance - so easy, but makes such a difference. Any questions??
July 28, 2010
Anyways, as you can see, I made a headband holder. Headbands drive me crazy the way they take up so much room in a drawer. So they just get put various places (so much so that I can't locate a lot right now - oh well, they'll turn up). So I thought a drawer pull was a great solution, and the knob holds the elastic headbands. I made it to coordinate with the Hairbow Holder I made a while ago.
First I painted the edge of my board, with a little board on the front.
Felt Treats over on Life is A Party - I have never made felt food, but it fascinates me - maybe one day...
For treats of the non-felt variety, look at this overloaded ice cream cake on Monster Mama - yum!
A couple of sewing projects stood out to me because they are on my to-do list. First the kitchen towels on Adventures of One Crazy Lady - I plan to do something very similiar this week (and I love that lemon fabric - I almost bought it the other day). Then the recovered ironing board - I even have my fabric ready to roll for this project. Glad to see on Whimsy Lane Crafts that it doesn't look too hard (and I'm also loving that Nicey Jane fabric - I just ordered some from the same line for an apron).
Impress Your Kids. Sounds like a fun end-of-summer craft.
Cute As a Fox - and you can cut all the shapes on your cricut (oh, if only.....)
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