diy-return-address-labels-silhouette-by Unoriginal Mon

Meridith at unOriginalMom, gives you the step by step instructions for designing and cutting personalized return address labels with the Silhouette Machine. She shows how the design looks on foil paper, kraft paper and plain white sticker paper. Click

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Tutorial - craft-bag-luggage-tags Fynes DesignsAre you headed to a crop or other scrapping event with a huge bag full of your supplies? Easily identify it by making one of these cute personalized luggage tags. Virginia explains how she made hers with her Xyron

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Freebie - Printable Prime Number Birthday Card

Here’s a clever idea from Creative in Chicago: prime number birthday cards!   You can download a free copy of the card for each birthday starting from age 7. The appropriate age is highlighted. Click here to get them.…

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Tutorial - Decorate a Photo Frame

Meridith shares how to use the new ModPodge Peel & Stick Stencils to decorate a photo frame with a subtle glitter effect. She started with a plain wood frame that she painted, and then added the dimensional touch. She shares …

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Tutorial - DIY Camera Wrap Bag from PhotoJojo

When I came across this tutorial from PhotoJojo, I knew I’d not only have to share it here, but also definitely make use of it! Sometimes I want to take along my “big” camera without taking my camera bag …

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Tutorial - Scrap Wood Photo Blocks at Juggling ActHere’s a great off the page project if you have some extra photos. Make these photo blocks using scrap pieces of wood, scrapbook paper and clips. Katie explains exactly what you’ll need to make them and takes you though …

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Tutorial - DIY Mini Patterned Notebook

Check out these adorable notebooks over at Blitsy, made with scrapbooking paper and duct tape! make a bundle for tossing in your purse or keeping handy around the house. get all the details on how to make yours …

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Tutorial - Wooden Polaroid Gift Set

 

Gift photos in a new way by making this DIY Wooden Polaroid set. Ashley at Paper and Cloth used wooden Polaroid type frames she found at Michael’s Stores to create a lovely gift box. Click here to get …

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Three Tutorials for Valentine's Day at Craft Gossip

There’s still time for dedicated (and last minute) crafters to spread some love for Valentine’s Day tomorrow. Check out these three tutorials that you can still pull off in time.

1. Say Happy Valentine’s Day in Braille with this beautiful …

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Tutorial - simple Valentine bookmarks from Modern Parents Messy Kids

Share these simple Valentine photo bookmarks this Valentine’s Day. Stephanie Morgan from Modern Parents, Messy Kids explains how to make them in a step-by-step tutorial ay eHow. You’ll need photos, stiffened felt, craft glue and basic crafting tools. This …

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10 free printbales for valentine's day from We Lived Happily Ever AfterDownload these 10 free chalkboard Valentine’s Day cards from We Lived Happily Ever After. Once printed, you can simply fold the sheet in half, cut off any excess edges, and then cut out the individual cards. The set …

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Freebie - Printable-Valentine-Heart-Treat-Boxes-by-Design-Eat-Repeat

I love this set of four Valentine treat boxes from Design, Eat, Repeat. I think my puzzle loving kid will like them too! When placed together you get a cute heart shape at the top. Fill them with …

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Tutorial - Valentine Gift Box by Sunshine and Dewdrops

Upcycle a cereal box into this cute heart shaped gift box for Valentine’s Day. Nidhi at Sunshine & Dewdrops shows you how! Use it for gifting sweets and treats to that special someone. or just keep it on your …

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Tutorial - DIY Conversation Hearts by Henry HappenedCheck out this tutorial for making wooden conversation hearts over at Henry Happened. Her version is for making magnets (which you can do), but I think these would also make great embellishments for a scrapbook page or Valentine’s Day …

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Tutorial - Easy DIY Thank Your Cards by It's Always Autumn

 

Here’s a classy yet simple way for you and your kids to send thank you cards for your Christmas presents. Autumn shares how she and her kids made these simple but impactful cards using metallic sharpies, white cardstock, stickers …

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