More Blendabilities | Hot glue + silicone craft sheet + blendabilities = DIY enamel dots

make your own enameled dots with pony beads!

To create enamel dots use Perler beads. Place them on your baking sheet, you can cut them in half to make smaller dots. I bake them at 110degC for about 15 minutes.

Love this transparent flower. It was made with dryer sheets and the Fun Flower Bigz Die! Sandwich the die, then the dryer sheet, and finally card stock and you’ll get a clean cut. Once cut, spritz it with color, then outlined it with Dazzling Details Glitter Glue. Let it dry over night on some wax paper.

Use blendabilities on rhinestones and accessories!!! So cool!

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DIY: enamel dots - They make such a pretty and easy embellishment to use in cards or any crafts!

vellum flower : Stamp 12 of the 2nd largest petal and 6 each of the next smaller sizes on vellum with colorbox white ink and emboss with Bridal embossing powder. Color the petal designs with a pink copic marker. Cut out the petals with the matching diecuts. I line up the stamped images with the matching diecut and run multiple sizes thru at one time. Fold the petals in half (only a slight crease) to add some dimension. Grab a glue dot, arrange 6 of the largest petal on the first layer, add a...

Buy a cheap clock, hot glue fabric rosettes around it... Don't love the flowers, but it's a great tip to use whatever one likes!

Paper Loves Glue: Envelope Tutorial for Embellished Cards

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Blendabilities, Masking & More! Stampin' UP!

Easter-A one-sheet CURVY GATEFOLD TUTORIAL with diagram, measurements, and photos are on my 04/16/14 blog post as a FREE download.

▶ Hot Glue Gun Pearls - YouTube

Technique Stampin' Up!

Blendabilities 101 - Beginner Class with Deb Valder

Flowers using Stampin up Punches!

I just love this!! Ejecting Wafer Thin dies with Dryer Sheets - YouTube

MOLDABLE FOAM STAMPS! Hot glue a design on paper, then heat the foam and once the glue is dry you imprint it on the stamp and it would be GREAT for gelli printing! Then re-heat it to make a new design! SO COOL.