Here are some awesome free craft tutorials to fill your time, help you de-stress, and keep the kids entertained. Plus, some places you can order craft supplies online and have them delivered to your door, and even a mystery crafty giveaway! This post will not include knit and crochet items, as those were part of a post a few week ago that you can find HERE.
Iron-On Thread is such a nifty craft supply! I had a few sets of some, so I made layered cards with it and now I’ll show you how. It’s really easy to use and is a great way to add some personality to your crafting.
This winter I was introduced to Rinea Foiled Paper and it is just the coolest! I’ve been playing around with it and I have a tutorial for you today. You’re going to love this product. Plus, there is a giveaway at the end of this post for some Rinea Foiled Paper of your own.
Make a post card using a Cricut
That’s exactly what I did for a dear friend of mine who put out a request on Facebook – her child’s 4th grade class was trying to get post cards from all 50 states but they were missing a few. One of the missing states was NJ, where I happen to live. Of course I told her I would be happy to help out. I thought about it and decided I could to make a post card using a Cricut myself.
Happy Crafters has many of the supplies and accessories needed to make all sorts of awesomeness with your Cricut or other cutting machine. Here’s a little tutorial on how to decorate a Koozie with some vinyl from Happy Crafters.
The supplies used in this post were provided by Happy Crafters.
While at Creativations in January, I met some of the wonderful ladies behind Happy Crafters. Happy Crafters has many of the supplies and accessories needed to make all sorts of awesomeness with your Cricut or other cutting machine.
They sent me home with a bag full of goodies, including a Koozie and some Glitter Heat Transfer Vinyl. So I decided to put together a little tutorial on how to decorate the Koozie with the Vinyl.
Got Cricut? Need flowers? Here’s how and it’s easy..well mostly easy, and lots of fun. The products used in this review were provided by Cricut.
I’ve been wanting to compare all the Cricut flowers for a while now, so I thought I would take advantage of the many flower parts and make a little tutorial for you. But first, a little detour to tell you about a fun Cricut Crafternoon event I went to earlier this month.