What I Used: clear flat marbles (You can get these at any craft store, and they are about $2 for 18 or so) scrapbook paper E6000 clear craft glue (You could also just use modge podge) 3/4″ magnets hot glue
How to Make Chinese Paper Lanterns - I was surprised to see these are still being made; they were a regular craft when I was in elementary school in the 1960s. It's good to know there is something I can be proficient in when doing crafts with my grandchildren. :)
DIY Beaded Chandelier. This lovely beaded chandelier is made from a hanging basket from the dollar store as well as some Mardi Gras style beads. I like using it as a decor in my backyard. See more details here.
Here are the manual and the 2d pattern for gluing the deer. Be carefull, the process of gluing this model is not fast. You will need at least two full-time days to glue the head of a deer. If you have never made anything out of paper, or you do not want to glue the deer head independently, you can o
These are centerpieces I made for my Brother and his Wife's 50th Birthday Party. I used my Cricut II, specialty scrapbooking papers, floral wire, a glue gun, some metal planters, and some balloon weights.
My gift for my boyfriend's birthday was a surprise vacation in Europe, this is how I revealed it! I made a mini retro suitcase using paper, glue and some Dating Divas printables. Inside it I put fake-but-pretty flight tickets I made using Dating Divas printables (again!), alphabet stamps and ink.