Posted by Honor on Tuesday, April 10, 2012,
Three Basic Surface Treatments How to Decorate a Plain Pear
Here are three basic surface treatments that every crafter should have stashed away in their noggin. The first one is your basic decoupage. Second is chalkboard paint and third is twine wrapping. These surface treatments are very versatile and can be used on numerous objects and surfaces. Old jars, bottles and boxes are perfect to experiment with all three of these treatments. This tutorial is a very quick one, mostly just listing tip...
Posted by Honor on Thursday, March 15, 2012,
How to Press Flowers with Wax Paper
Get ready to have a flashback to elementary school with this craft tutorial. This is very similar to melted crayon wax paper crafts, but with a more grown up and 'springy' twist. Now go for a little walk through your yard and pick some interesting little flowers and leaves. The daintier the better, try to avoid bulky roses :) Enjoy!
What you will need: A roll of wax paper, tear off two large sheets. Fresh flowers and leaves (like I said earlier, dainty w...
Posted by Honor on Friday, March 9, 2012,
Flat Woven Braid: How to 5 Strand Braid
Friendship bracelets... remember those? I was driving by an elementary school the other day when all the kids were let out. It seemed like all the girls were up to their elbows in silly bands and friendship bracelets. While I am not a fan of the silly bands craze, I have always had a soft spot for friendship bracelets with the letter beads. Clearly I have out grown those kind of accessories, Boo! Sooooo I decided to learn a new craft and update the fa...