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· A New Year’s resolution helped me make a plan and a Christmas gift card from my mom allowed me to start buying some needed supplies. I decided to start with Artist Trading Cards because they were small (2.5 x 3.5 inches) and I could finish them quickly.
· Hubby has an assortment of bottle openers, muddlers, coffee scoops, … They make a nice gift, either alone or as a set. As usual, we combine efforts for many of our items. Hubby does the wood working, I do the painting, he assembles the body parts, and I add the embellishments. What do you see when you look at the fringe.
· Thank you for your enthusiasm when I posted this photo on my social media accounts! I can tell you love organizing your craft room and supplies as much as I do!! I keep a stash of Stampin’ Up! die cuts because I make at least 40 (sometimes 60 or 70) cards a week for customer thank you mailings and I love to have extra die cuts ready to stamp! Over the years …
· Kinds of paint. I use three kinds of paint on furniture (well, four … but the fourth is linseed oil paint, and I use it but rarely). 1. Latex, if I’m in a hurry or it’s Sunday. (My local hardware store, open on Sundays, carries Benjamin Moore. If I want anything other than latex, I have to plan ahead.) 2. General Finishes (faux) milk paint.
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· It is SO easy to use! You just line up your tile where the cut needs to be: Then you roll the diamond blade along the tile with some pressure to score it. Make sure your pressure is consistent from start to finish. Just push down and it snaps …
· 8 DIY Bat Decorations–Inspiration, Tutorials and Fun Ideas! By Kim Layton 4 Comments. Looking for fun ways to add a little Halloween spooky to your home or party? You will find the cutest bat decoration right here. Decorate the top of your Halloween cake with printable bats, or add some colorful and cute bat balloons to your holiday bash.
After the successful runs of Warhammer 40.000: Conquest and Mortal Realms comes the next Warhammer-themed partwork smash-hit from Hachette Partworks: Warhammer 40.000: Imperium. This time, the combined forces of Primaris Space Marines, Adeptus Mechanicus, and Sisters of Battle are pitted against the sinister Necrons.In this review, we’ll take a look at the …
· Chapter 17. The next day, the stationery store’s grand opening dawned. I finally took a look at the inside after putting up an ‘open’ sign on the front door of the stationery store. In the middle was a counter with balloons huddled together. On the left, there was a box with small rings and accessories purchased from antique streets.