Susan Pickering Rothamel walks you through some of the over 100 projects in her new, best selling how-to book, The Encyclopedia of Greeting Card Tools & Techniques.
Make a loom from cardboard using this simple, thrifty video tutorial from Carolyn Wainscott, and you can make yarn fringe in any size. This tutorial shows you how to save money by making your loom from cardboard you already have at home.
This quick videos shows you how to make a 16 page mini-book from one single piece of paper. This project is a great idea for gift-giving.
If you have a box of photos and don't know what to do with them, create a "photo ball" with this fun craft video from Lynn Colwell of Celebrate Green. These make great decorations for the home, as well as thoughtful gifts.
Make a Christmas stocking with a fun embellishment--a jazzy heel or toe! Learn how to add a heel or toe to your stocking with this video from Teres Whitney.
Bethany Fields uses paper punches to create two different baby announcements: one for a boy and one for a girl. She also makes party favors for a baby shower, including a watering can centerpiece.
If you have random mismatched letters leftover, learn how to make glitter letters with this craft video so you can give a cohesive look to letters of all different fonts.
Michael uses scraps and the Super Hotwire Foam Cutter to create embellishments for scrapbook pages. You can create letters, shapes and even your own stamps.
Imagine an archival cement with superior adhering attributes that dries to an opaque, matte, carvable and extremely durable finish. Susan Pickering Rothamel demonstrates its versatility and superior artistic qualities.
This paste is a permanent and archival acrylic medium made to craze or crackle nearly any semi-rigid or rigid surface. Learn from Susan Pickering Rothamel what this product can do for your personal artwork.