Inspired by Pinterest: Altered Journals from Upcycled Books
Join me as I share how simple it can be to create your own one of a kind journals from upcycled books om today's Inspired by Pinterest Altered Journal episode. Combine your favorite children's hard bound books, some precut paper and pages of pockets is simple with the Cinch binding system from We R Memory Keepers. And be sure to check out the new We R Envelop Punch tool...it's a must have and is a simple way to create keepsake pockets for your altered journals.
Join me next Thursday for another great IBP episode!
Disclaimer: Pinterest is a great place to find inspiration but not all pins lead to blogs. I tried to only pick those ideas that I could find the original creator and give credit to. Please take a moment and check out these great blogs because without them I wouldn't have content to talk about on Inspired by Pinterest.
Hey all... I've decided to move my "Favorite Find" posts to Friday, you know, "Favorite Finds Fridays". I will probably stop labeling them with the week number...I think you the idea now. And I started it with one goal in mind...to blog at least once a week. But that goal is gone and I'm hoping to blog a lot more. So if you're still interested in my crafty posts, then at least check back on Friday. Please read through the entire post...I didn't have much time to post a lot about crafty stuff I found since I've been blog-stalking so many other blogs and ready great posts that aren't really craft specific. The first two items are so you're not completely disappointed, but trust me, read on, it will be worth your time. Beautiful Blue House Everyday on my way home I pass this beautiful blue house. You can't tell but the property is pretty big, with a gorgeous side and back yard. Well it's been for sale for the past couple of months an…
Looking for a way to wrap up boring gift cards or cash for those hard to
shop for friends and family members. I love to get creative when it
comes to giving the gift of cash to my teenagers and I'm going to share some favorites. Also, check out how
simple it can be to wrap up those $5 DVDs in style with my popular Movie Night DVD Wrap Tutorial.
I started to show how to assembled the Snowman Holiday Haton the above episode, but I didn't finish it on air. So I thought I better come back to my blog and show you how it turned out. You'll have to tell me what you think!! Supplies Needed:
Vinyl Record (full size)
Holiday picks and Assorted Embellishments
Hot Glue Gun
#10 Can (spray painted black)
Wide 3-4" Ribbon Step 1: Hot glue the painted #10 can to your record. Don't stress too much about making it pretty the wide ribbon you'll be using should cover that up. Step 2: Add the wide ribbon to your can. Then wrap your belt around the can as shown in image below. I had to use my crop-a-dile told to punch additional holes in my belt so it would fit around my can. Then I hot glued the belt in place because I couldn't get a snug fit. Step 3: Then hot clue the various embellishments to the brim of the hat. I pulled apart my holiday picks to create a fun grouping on both sides of the buckle. Step 4: Thi…