Is resticky even a word? Well regardless, that’s exactly what we’re doing today. Because our Cricut mat has lost it’s mojo. But not to worry, with a little help from one of our craft room staples, we’ll have our mat back to all its former sticky glory in just a few minutes. [Read more…]
We made this Easter wreath last year (prior to starting the blog), but still get so many compliments on it that we thought it deserved its own post. This wreath is so easy to make, even if you’ve never made a wreath before, you’ll be able to make this! [Read more…]
Just a quick note: we do not use this recipe for painting furniture. It’s just an easy way to mix up acrylic paint to have a chalky finish for small craft projects. ~Amy & Vicki
Hi everyone! It’s been a few weeks since we’ve posted a craft (sorry!). My youngest brother Mike is getting married in September, and we’re hand making their invitations, programs and table favors. We had to put the blog on hold for a couple weeks to focus on getting them done.
Today we decided to play around with a recipe for homemade chalk paint. We wanted a paint with a matte or chalky finish to paint a glass jar. We wanted it to look shabby chic and a little worn with a bit of a powdery finish. We’ve seen recipes for homemade chalk paint using Plaster of Paris or Calcium Carbonate, but we didn’t have any of those on hand and didn’t want to buy them just to paint one jar. [Read more…]
There are many different types of adhesives on the market that can be used for scrapbooking. We haven’t tried them all, but we’re going to try to break down some of the information so you can make an informed decision on which adhesives are best for your projects. [Read more…]