Friday, August 10, 2018

Vintage Rose Purse with Rose Applique




You will need:

  • Joy® embroidered iron-on floral applique.
  • Purse
  • Strong fabric adhesive or hot iron.


Because ironing satin can be tricky, and this purse is from the 1950's, I used a fabric adhesive to adhere the applique instead of a hot iron.  If your purse is made from cotton or canvas, then you would place a pressing cloth over your applique before heat setting with the iron. 


 The result is stunning! Ready for a day out or dinner with friends!

Look for Joy® iron-on embroidered floral applique's at your 
favorite craft stores.

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Thursday, July 26, 2018

This Way to The Beach

I don't know about you, but I love the beach! I'm fortunate to live close enough to visit often. The shells and sea glass used in this project are from my many walks along the shore. 
Enjoy!


Supplies:
  1. Joy® iron-on letters.
  2. Thin canvas panel or thick cardboard.
  3. White gesso.
  4. Acrylic paint in blues and light browns.
  5. Foam brush and dry bristle brush.
  6. Pencil, scissors, hot glue gun and heavy duty hole punch.
  7. White twine and wire for wrapping.
  8. Assorted sea shells and sea glass.
  9. Large bleached starfish.

Determine the size you want your arrow to be. Use the pencil to sketch the design, then cut out. 





Paint the arrow with the blues first and let dry completely, Then with your dry bristle brush, gently sweep some of the gesso across the sign. Let this dry before adding some brown with the same dry brush to create a weather worn look. 
I like the 'dry' look for the sea glass and the 'wet' look for the shells. So I painted the shells with some clear nail polish that had glitter in it. This is totally optional, it all depends on your personal style.

 I worked in sections, threading the beads and knotting them in between. I wire wrapped some sea glass here and there and added them to the mix. If wire wrapping is not your thing, the craft stores sell all sorts of ocean themed charms for your sign. Same for sea glass, you can find them at any craft or hobby shop. There is really no right or wrong way to do this. The finished length of each strand measured about 12"


Make your holes with the punch and tie your strands. 


Hot glue the starfish and letters. 

Look for Joy® iron-on embroidered letters and letter sheets at your favorite craft stores.

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Personalized Draw String Tote

Get ready for summer with this personalized draw string tote. 
No sewing required! See the tutorial here. 



Friday, May 25, 2018

Giant Foil Flowers



Hello!  Here is a easy way to make giant flowers from Rinea Foiled Paper- perfect for any occasion!

See the full tutorial here!
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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Garden Decor with ColoriQue



From drab to fab....here's a new idea of updating old garden decor into something really great! Why not use ColoriQue?

You can see the full tutorial here!






Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Bubble Bucket Full of Fun!


Whether you are young or old, bubbles always bring out the kid in us! Bubbles always bring a smile to my face because they are fun to see at the park, beach or even around the neighborhood!
Start a bubble party at your next event with the bubble bucket!

See the tutorial here!

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