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Whats Wednesday: Summer Paperblog Pick in Arts & Crafts

Whats HOT Wednesday: Summer Fun

Here are a few fun summer ideas for ya! Soda Can cozy Summer Picnic Basket Yogurt popsicles Summer Checklist Pina Colada cupcake Pinwheel Framed Art Framed Memory... Read more

What's Wednesday: July Paperblog Pick in Arts & Crafts

What's HOT Wednesday: 4th of July

I love the 4th of July and all the festivities that go with it. Here are a few cute 4th of July items I came across. Cute paper Fireworks Red Hot Wreath Flag Cake Push-up... Read more


  • Vintage Seed Packet Images

    Vintage Seed Packet Images

    Vintage seed packet pictures: an internet search came up with many good links. The beauty of Victorian ephemera is quite fetching, especially since all images... Read more

    The 30 June 2011 by   Nancymccarroll
  • Paper Mache Buddha with Jo- Feet, Hands, Legs

    Paper Mache Buddha with Feet, Hands, Legs

    Sorry once again. My life is always very busy. I've started this post ten times. School is out now. I hope to have more time soon for my paper mache this summer. Read more

    The 16 June 2011 by   Danmonsterman
  • Hug Your Sewing Machine Today!

    Your Sewing Machine Today!

    One of the first sewing machinesJune 13, is /was National Sewing Machine Day. It seemed to slip by us, dear readers. But, we’re in luck! There also seems to be... Read more

    The 14 June 2011 by   Sewchicago
  • Reconstructed Mens Shirt to Ladies Button Down Tank Top Tutorial

    Reconstructed Mens Shirt Ladies Button Down Tank Tutorial

    Hello everyone! This is going to be a short post as I am in the car returning from taking Christopher {my 13 year old son} to camp. I wanted to share this reall... Read more

    The 13 June 2011 by   Fanciestrands
  • Paper Mache Buddha...with Jo

    Paper Mache Buddha...with

    Hi again,So I'm going to admit up front that I've already finished this project. I've already mentioned it in other posts. But I want to show the build for thos... Read more

    The 02 June 2011 by   Danmonsterman
  • How to Make 3-D Decoupage

    Make Decoupage

    A little history about Paper Tole was found here:There has been much speculation of the origins of the craft of Paper Tole or 3-D Decoupage, as we know it today. Read more

    The 25 June 2011 by   Nancymccarroll
  • Dress A Joplin Child For The First Day of School

    Dress Joplin Child First School

    Dear ASG members and readers, we’ve received a special request from the American Sewing Guild Region 3 to sew new, hand-made first-day-of- school outfits for... Read more

    The 10 June 2011 by   Sewchicago
  • A Sewing Machine with Custom-Colored Thread

    Sewing Machine with Custom-Colored Thread

    How big is your thread bin? Does it grow with every new project because you don’t have the exact shade or that you run out just as you’re only left with the las... Read more

    The 18 June 2011 by   Sewchicago
  • Not Your Mother's Macrame

    Your Mother's Macrame

    One of the artists I've met at The Rust Belt Market is Cris Borowski of Hypknotica. Cris ties knots-really little knots-and makes beautiful jewelry with them. Read more

    The 29 June 2011 by   Somanycolors
  • Blackboard Signs

    Blackboard Signs

    Just a short post about something I forgot to blog about earlier: my blackboard signs. These are so easy and cheap to make, but are such a nice touch and... Read more

    The 14 June 2011 by   Claire


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