Slay All Day I have been playing around with sublimation these last few days. We have been immersed in digital learning with the kiddos, so I use this time to catch up on quiet craft activities. Luckily, they don't need me for too much, thanks to their awesome teachers.I forgot how easy, fun, and quick… Continue reading Fun with Sublimation
It’s officially Craftsmas Month! If your like me, then you’re in holiday crafts mode. This year I’ve decided to change the color scheme. I wanted something other than green and red this season. Of course, that means making (and buying) new decorations. This is a quick (maybe not so quick) and easy decoration I like… Continue reading Ornament Tree
Print Peppermint I got my super fresh business cards printed at Print Peppermint, and you can too! https://www.printpeppermint.com/ I ordered these for my business, http://www.mb1creations.com. It was super easy to do. I already have a design, so I just uploaded what I needed, and they handled the rest. If you need help designing, they can… Continue reading Print Peppermint
As multi-talented as I think I am... there are some things I'm just no good at. For instance, those diaper creations. I'm just not qualified enough for that. I leave that to the experts that are. A friend of ours is having a baby, and I wanted to give her something handmade. So I decided… Continue reading Baby Shower Gift
If you're like me, you are usually running behind. August (and December) are especially busy for me. With 3 kids in various grades, August can be a bit crazy. My youngest has a birthday mid month and school starts early here (1st week). My husband is a teacher, so really, it's like 4 kids going… Continue reading Last minute gifts…
Here is a simple paper plate paint palette I used with my kids. It is quick, easy to use and easy to clean up. I pour a little paint (leave some room for mixing). Clean up is simply throwing it away in the trash. Here are a few pinterest ideas I found if you want… Continue reading Paper Plate Paint Palatte
Paint and Sip
Scraps, scraps, and more scraps
I cannot wait to try this out! Who’s getting one?
Hello We R Memory Keepers fans! Soraya here today to share my first experience making a tumbler with the new Spin It turner and its accessories!
To make a tumbler you’ll need: the Spin It turner, spray glue, glitter, epoxy kit, gloves, popsicle sticks, wax paper to protect your surface and a cute vinyl design.
The Spin It tool plugs into a USB power source making it easier to use!
For this first experience, I used a spray glue but you can also use Modge Podge with a brush. Make sure to tape off the bottom and top of the cup before spraying the glue.
I wanted a fun blue ombré so I went for silver, soft blue and navy for the color combo. I started on top of the cup with the lightest one : silver. Then I put back the glitter into the bottle thanks to the glitter clean…
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The other day I posted a couple of pictures on Instagram of some projects I have worked on and what I used to make it. On one, I showed a Laser Square by We R Memory Keepers, which I use on most of my craft projects. There were some questions and comments on how to… Continue reading Laser Square Tutorial Video