Monday, February 29, 2016
Sunday, February 21, 2016
To encourage you to finish your UFO's, I want to share a strategy I use to get some of mine done: The next holiday! My creative gene is strong, and as soon as one holiday ends, I am considering what I want to make for the next. So, think about the next upcoming holiday and how you can use one of your UFO's to decorate or gift to someone you love and get it done! Above I have pictured an Easter Egg technique I want to try found on a Polish crafters blog, here. You can use Google Translate to see her tutorial. She used black paint, but I would like to try some bronze embossing powder on my egg. Now to persuade the hubby to loan me his Dremel!
You can use the Inlinz in this post or post to our Facebook group to enter and qualify for the February prize of Jamberry wraps. Any work on any UFO is acceptable, using the weekly theme above gets you an extra entry.
Monday, February 15, 2016
In the photo above I used some wool fabric and Art Glitter Fantasy Fiber to make a throw pillow. You can find more on this project here. To enter this weeks challenge use the linkinz in the post below.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Sunday, February 7, 2016
Above you can see a paper cake box I made with Art Glitter, Heartfelt Creations, and Cricut. A great box for holding candy. Find the information on the project pictured above here.
And the prize for February's drawing is a set of Jamberry Nail Wraps, some tools and cream samples donated by Jamie Furst. Thanks Jamie! You can find Jamie's Jamberry info here. To enter, just scroll down and use the InLinz in the post below, or post to my Facebook group.
The winner of the January prize was Heather Neppl. Thanks to all of you who joined in the UFO challenge, we had 37 entries!