I wanted to share with you my latest obsession, WAX, lol. I got my first wax melter a year ago and didn't use it very much. But I moved the melter from my craft desk a few months ago to my computer desk and have been using it everyday since. I love most of the scents but I live in a house of men and they are not thrilled with it. Little do they know that I bought them melters for their rooms for Christmas. Plus my husband has a problem with too spicey scents. So I just have to pick carefully. If I buy one that is too strong I add some Vanilla to it to tone it down. I have even started making some of my own tarts. It is really not very hard and does not take much time. It's a lot of fun learning new crafts.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Saturday, November 9, 2013
I wanted to share my latest Project Life pages. I am playing catch-up, so I decided to print out all my pics and place them in my book in the proper order. Then I worked from the back to the front (because it was all fresh in my head) and get my pages done. I was able to finish these four week in a weekend. I have been having a ball finishing all these pages. So now off to work on more pages.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
This is my card #4 in my mini series for my "2013 Easy Christmas Cards". This card can be used as a regular greeting card or it can be easily made into a money or gift card. This is a small regular A2 size card, using your base card of 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, scored and folded at 4 1/4. The outside of the card is very easy to make using a piece of paper the is 4 1/4 X 5 1/2, two pieces of ribbon, a bow and a small scrap of paper to make a tag.
The inside is a piece of paper that is 2 1/2 X 5 1/2. I used a 1" circle punch to cut the notch out of the top of this piece. Use wet glue to attach this section to the inside of the card.
I hope that you enjoy this card and find it useful.