I’ve become an Amazon junkie since I have Amazon Prime and Dot. If I’m not buying crafting stuff from my own Stampin’ Up! store, I then go to Amazon. These items are tried and true products I use all the time. I’ve mentioned or my customers, friends, and demo sisters have seen me use them and have asked where I ordered them from and how much. My mind isn’t what it used to be so I’ve compiled a list of my favorite Amazon craft finds here. I’ll continue to update this list.
Our love of all things “crafty”.
There are so many ways to dress up these cute little boxes! They are perfect for filling with treats or 3″ x 3″ cards, too. And for some extra holiday flair, add the Stitched Felt Embellishments .
Here is our version of 15 Ideas for using the popular Mini Pizza Boxes.
Season’s Greetings! Debbie and I hope that you enjoy a wonderful time with your family and friends this week.
I especially look forward to spending time with family and enjoying our favorite traditions. We’ll bake cookies with my boys, open special ornaments that represent something big that happened during the year for each person, and enjoy being together.
There is something magical about the anticipation of the holiday season. As a child, we were making lists for Santa and bursting with excitement as we waited to see what special gifts we might receive. To try to pass the time, we would count the days. Maybe we made a paper chain and tore off a loop a day or maybe we had an Advent calendar.
I just returned from our Annual Handmade Holiday Retreat at the Oregon coast. Wow, what an experience!
The tassel is a historic symbol of the ceremony, such as college graduation. I still have my tassel from graduation. I just read this interesting article on the history of tassels in ceremonies. You can easily make tassels to decorate for parties or add to a graduation cards to accessories or be the focal point. This post is a tutorial on how to make the perfect tassel.
Hi! It’s Debbie from CraftyPerson. My team and I held a stamping technique mini retreat last month, from 10-3 on a Saturday, in downtown Portland. As you can see by our header photo, fun was had by all. Seeing the boys have a blast (and eating a lot of red licorice) is what it’s all about for me. People learning, creating, and having fun together!
I can’t believe it’s already over – it seems like only yesterday I was wondering how I’d get all my Card Candy Swaps done in time. Myself and 41 other swappers were in out in full force for our swap.
It is not even Christmas yet and I’m already making a list of things I am going to do again next year. This year I hosted a Handmade Holiday Craft Weekend, two actually. One at the beach and one in Federal Way. I’m definitely doing this again. Totally got me in the holiday spirit and gave me an opportunity to share it with fun ladies before the things become hectic.
Spice up your fall decor with the simple and stylish paper pumpkins from this tutorial! Display your pumpkins on the mantle, window sills, in decorative bowls, or string them on a long cord or ribbon to create a garland of pumpkins.