You can use MSN or Yahoo groups to find other scrapbookers or stampers who may not be local for you, but if you want to actually get together with others you can try Meetup.com.
One great way to start crafting with your kids is by making a box for your supplies. Here’s how to make a very simple craft box for all of your craft supplies…
Here is a quick Easter treat bag idea, using punched-out flowers for a springtime feel. Plus links to other Stampin’ Up Easter bags, pouches, boxes, and treat holders.
If you’re like me you have sheets of rub-ons that are half-full — in the same box as the half-used sheets of stickers. Now that Stampin’ Up has rub-ons that coordinate with their stamp sets, there is a new technique using the new product.
Here is an idea for a Valentine Treat bag for giving away treats. If you have a small heart punch and some cardstock, you’re ready. The best part is that it requires no stamping and can literally be done in less than 10 minutes!
Stamping handmade cards is a great way to show your friends and family that you care very much for them. Another way to use your stamps — and other creative talents — is to dress up your packages and gift tags.
How about some sweets for your Sweetie? This is easy, quick, and best of all – handmade.
The supplies for making holiday luminaries are cheap, and they’re very easy to make…
If you knit… and you believe in doing random acts of kindness or leaving your mark on the world… then this is right up your alley. Even if you don’t (I don’t), you’ll want to see what a renegade group of crafters are knitting and where they’re knitting ’em!
I love giving out treats to coworkers and friends, but I really like to give something more personal than candy. So handing out these treat bags is the easiest way for me to do that — while still providing some ‘sweet treats’.
Here’s a list of the many different ways that you can press flowers, plus simple instructions for how I press flowers.
Here are detailed instructions for knitting or crocheting a cupcake pincushion for holding safety pins, straight pin and needles. Check it out… It’s too too cute!
The Christmas Stamp Camp was held this past weekend at Old Hickory First Baptist Church in Nashville, TN. There are two sessions, each having about 60 attendees. Everything you need to create the projects is ready for you, and you’ll leave with great new ideas. All projects were created using Stampin’ Up products.