Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Craft Photos, Links, and Tutorials

Periodically I share tutorials for some of the different projects I've made. Below is a list of all the tutorials that are posted here. 

Simply click on the title to be taken to that particular tutorial. 

And if you are looking for seasonal or holiday projects those will be end of this post.


Post It Note Holder These post it note holders are made from an acrylic picture frame and are easy and inexpensive to make. They make great gifts!  

Memory Boards These memory boards are easy to make and give you a pretty place to hold photos and other important things. You can find a tutorial I wrote for these here.

This is a cute, easy, and fun craft that would make an excellent teacher gift or a cute favor for a bridal shower. Click here to learn how to make these cute flower pens. 

Lil' Composition Notebooks I just love these little notebooks as they are cute, simple, and fast to make. They are the perfect size for your purse and they also make good party favors or small gifts to brighten someone's day.

Scripture Survival KitsEasy little craft to share the word of God with someone.

Seasonal/Holiday Tutorials

Easy personalized ornaments - tie 'em on packages, use them as a place setting at your holiday gatherings, etc. (Also, you can make them without using Christmas colors and embellishments and leave them out all year long.


The snowmen and women are covering Hershey bars. They are fun and simple to make and make great stocking stuffers or gifts for teachers, classmates, co-workers, etc.
Adorable and easy flip flops made out of fabric.

Halloween Wreath

Wreath made out of scrapbooking paper and a couple of satin flowers

Halloween Candleholder Ensemble

A mummy, Frankenstein, a Ghost, and Jack - oh my!
They are all candleholders made from clear glass candleholders bought from the Dollar Store making this cute ensemble cost only 4$.

Frankenstein Popcorn

This cute Frankenstein is covering a pack of microwaveable popcorn. It's a great classroom treat and an alternative to all the candy kids receive for Halloween.

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