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No Sew Scrap Fabric Strips

No Sew Scrap Fabric Strips If you're looking to make quick, easy scrap fabric crafts, then you can't go wrong by creating your own No Sew Scrap Fabric Strips. Simply braid the fabric together to create a brand new material you can use for a variety of different craft projects.

 

Doodling Techniques

Doodling is fast becoming a fun way to embellish scrapbook pages and other forms of the paper arts.

The Language of Nature

The Language of Nature Learn which flowers represent the emotions and feelings that you experience or want to share with others. Give your floral crafts a little extra meaning with this research from Maria Nerius.

 

How to Make a Shaker Box

Making shaker boxes is so much fun! This tutorial is so easy that kids can do it too and shakers make a great addition to homemade greeting cards or scrapbook pages.

How to Color Clear Clay with Pinata Ink

Clear Clay Hearts Instead of buying many colors of polymer clay, you can tint or color translucent clay with many different colors of Pinata Ink. These inks also work on paper, cotton, tile and many other materials.

 

How to Paper Bunt Perfectly

How to Paper Bunt Perfectly From these craft instructions, you can learn How to Paper Bunt Perfectly. No need to buy garlands or decorations because you don't feel that your technique is up to snuff. These how-to craft instructions will teach you tips and tricks on achieving that perfect triangle shape for paper bunting. If you want to pursue paper craft ideas and projects in the future, this paper bunting tutorial will be well worth your while. Brush up on a valuable crafting skill by checking out this tutorial today.

 

How to Add Foiling to Your Crafts

Use our step-by-step guide to learn how to use various techniques for making foil crafts. We show you how to do everything from using a foiling heat tool to using liquid foiling adhesive. It's so easy!

Hand Coloring Photos

Use this technique for coloring black and white photos. It's a great way to personally enhance images for your next scrapbook or photo project.

Actually Useful Torch

Actually Useful Torch When most people think of crafting, torches don't usually come to mind. However, this Actually Useful Torch tutorial will show you why it's beneficial to learn how to use a torch in your crafting endeavors. Fire and heat are great ways to make metal more malleable, create cool coloring effects, and bond different pieces together. Using a torch is extremely useful if you want to create a practical, long-lasting craft. Don't be afraid to give this Actually Useful Torch a try.

 

Look of Vintage Burnt Brown Bag Book

Look of Vintage Burnt Brown Bag Book Give a gift with an old school twist! Create a Look of Vintage Burnt Brown Bag using a a retro technique and fill the pages with blank paper or calendar pages. Save a grocery bag this week and use it for your project - it's a great way to recycle.

 

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