Following are the steps I used to make the spooky Halloween door hanger pictured above. But you could adapt this same idea to make any type of seasonal craft for any time of year.
Chances are you have several rubber stamp sets sitting around that either already served their purpose OR they have so much dust on them you can’t even read the title on the package. If so, then you’re a great candidate for hosting a stamp swap! Here’s how to organize a stamp swap.
I recently made a very special baby book for a friend who was pregnant. I wanted it to be something unique and elegant, but sturdy enough to withstand little hands. I decided to make my own counting book as a numbers board book for the baby.
You can use the colors in your photos to determine the colors of your cardstock, borders, and embellishments. Or you can try these simple tricks for finding fun color palettes for your scrapbook layouts!
So many colors, so little time! Following are all the reasons that I completely adore the Close To My Heart dye-based inks.
Whether you are just starting to collect craft items or you affectionately call your craft room the room of doom, hopefully one of the following craft organization tips will get your craft organization skills going. It’s time to have FUN while getting the most out of your craft supplies!