If you are a paper crafter, teacher, mom, or diy person, you MUST visit the online Stampin' Up! catalog and take advantage of their great clearance sale. They just added over 70 new items. You're welcome!
Wow! I just about dropped my glue gun when I heard Mitt Romney say "binders full of women." Not because it sounded goofy, but because at the exact moment that he made that statement, I was putting the finishing touches on a project for a client. She wanted me to cover binders with fabric for her granddaughter's wedding. The large binder is for a memory book that the grandmother is going to fill with a history of the bride's life. The small binder is a journal for the bride to write in on her honeymoon.
It was a project that I needed to make perfect. As a result, I was so engrossed in making sure that every little nook and cranny was just right that I didn't take any photos for a tutorial. I guess that means that I'll just have to make more! Do any of you have binders full of women who might be qualified to help me?!
This treat bag is so easy to make! Be sure to bookmark this tutorial because this project is one that you can make over and over again. Just use decorative paper to match the treat bag with the occasion you are celebrating! (I received a bag like this at a convention swap a few years ago, but I don't know who gave it to me. If it's yours, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so I can give you a shout-out!)
Even though my day-to-day creative endeavors revolve around making greeting cards, I love to digress every now and then and create something altogether different. When the opportunity came my way to participate in a campaign during this Halloween season for Martha Stewart Crafts, I jumped at the chance!
Lately, I have been infatuated with terrariums. I was over the spooky, full, Halloween moon when I found a terrarium on clearance at Home Goods that looked like a spooky graveyard. Combine a spooky-looking terrarium with Martha Stewart Crafts decorative arts paints and supplies from Plaid, and here is what you get: a spooky graveyard Halloween vignette!