Trisha uses the Super Hot Wire Foam Cutter to create elements for a fat and funky scrapbook album. Upholstery tracks also make an appearance in this fun album project about a family ski trip.
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.
A painted ball with a photo face and ribbon hat becomes an affectionate token for placing on top of a cookie tin. Jami demonstrates how to make this token perfect for birthday gift-giving, Mother's Day and other occasions.
Marja demonstrates how to create personalized paper and foam dolls with a touch of recycling. This craft project might bring you back to cherished childhood memories.
Michael uses aluminum soda cans to create a beautiful scrapbook layout in this fun recycling craft project. Flower punches help create the shapes in this scrapbook layout.
Judi demonstrates how to use rubber stamps, velvet ink and scallop punches to create a variety of beautiful elements for scrapbooking and card making. All of Judi's created elements have beautiful texture.
Michael demonstrates how to create vellum wraps for battery-operated tealights. These fancy candle wraps feature embossed leaves and bright, blending colors. Make some for your next dinner party.
Trisha Morris uses puffy velvet markers to embellish a handmade book, which opens in a variety of ways. Trisha uses an embossing heat tool to add puffy finish to the painted and stenciled velvet.
Bethany demonstrates how to create an interactive board book for kids full of zoo animals. Kids can find clues, lift flaps and move animals around the board book. Sealed pages will last for years.
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.