100 day project Have you heard about this ? Do you plan to join on instant gram ? - I'm not sure about 100 days -I have done 30 days but 100 days that's a commitment - Whats your thought on this ? Leave me a comment on what you think Lisa
My March Scrapbooking. Com kit came in And these papers were a perfect match to an old picture I had of my mother's bridal shower. Enjoy Lisa Here's my paper pack My page layout- took some inspiration from the example given with a few changes. Need to glue down and add journaling. The back&white picture [...]
Reblogging from- Wonderful Creation Blog
Today I am showing you how to decoupage and decorate eggs for Easter. This fun project is easy to make and will last all year because I used faux eggs instead of hard-boiled eggs.
Follow the instructions below for inspiration.
- Faux Easter Eggs
- Mod Podge
- Foam Brush
- Floral Print Paper
- Begin by cutting the flowers out of the paper. Make sure to use decorative paper that is thin. Thick cardstock is harder to adhere to the eggs.
- Next, use a foam brush to apply Mod Podge or some other decoupage medium on the back of one of the paper cut-outs.
- Glue the paper on the egg.
- Smooth out the edges with your finger or with the foam brush.
- Continue gluing the paper cut-outs until you cover each egg. Let the glue dry for a couple of hours.
- Once dry, you can add stickers and embellishments to the eggs.
I decorated my…
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Sharing - Princess of paperback
sharing post from- Cheshire Library blog
April is National Poetry Month. If you think poetry’s “not your thing”, you might be surprised to find out you already enjoy it, you just didn’t know it was poetry. Stretch your creative mind and embrace poetry in one of its many forms during National Poetry Month. Here are 7 ways you can celebrate:
- We have a few (hundred) books to pick from, start in the 811’s…
2. Check out a CD and read the song lyrics. Songwriting is a form of poetry. Don’t know where to start? Try:
3. Read a novel told in verse. Don’t know where to start? Try:
- The Hunchback of Neiman Marcus by Sonya Sones
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sharing craft post – Rag Tag Magpie
Easter is a great time to get crafty and with school holidays and children at home you often need a few little projects to keep them busy. Making some little Easter decorations is a great craft project to do with children and in true Blue Peter style, why not create some Easter bunnies using empty toilet roll tubes and coloured paper.
You Will Need
Empty toilet roll tube
Selection of coloured paper
Glue or double sided tape
Small pom pom or felt ball
How to Make
Start by covering your toilet roll tube with white paper. Then using your main coloured paper wrap the tube, securing with glue or double sided paper.
Once complete you can now add your embellishments, I’ve added some eyes (made from white and black dots of card); a small felt ball and thin strips of black card for the nose and whiskers, large ears and some…
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