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IBP Crafting with Pinecones

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Who would have thought you could color, tint or glitter pinecones in so many ways? In today's Inspired by Pinterestepisode Crafting with Pinecones on My Craft Channel, I will show you the various ideas, talk about what worked and did not work for me and inspire you to start coloring and crafting with pinecones.


WATCH MY CRAFTING WITH PINECONES episode HERE on My Craft Channel



Pin Referenced in Today's Episode

IBP Disney Paper Crafting DIY Ideas

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Today I am talking about the "mouse" and ways to make the "magical memories" of visiting Disneyland so much more fun with a little preparation on today's Inspired by Pinterest. I am sharing some fun pins and ideas for helping your kids countdown to Disney and earn their own Disney Dollars to spend when they arrive. And I am featuring a fun idea using the Zink hAppy Printer and the beautiful new Say Cheese Collection from Simple Stories that works perfectly for scrapbooking your Disney adventures.









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IBP Repurposed Packaging

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Do you have a stash of empty product packages and containers that you're saving to recycle into the perfect project one day? Then join me today on Inspired by Pinterest on My Craft Channel today as I share some cute and simple ways to repurpose those little plastic boxes and bottles into adorable seasonal treat containers. My cute projects feature Doodlebug Design's (doodlebug.ws) new Collections.

WATCH MY REPURPOSED PACKAGING  episode HERE on My Craft Channel



Pin Referenced in Today's Episode



IBP Yardsticks & Rulers (Arrow Tutorial)

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Join me as I talk about inspiring pins on using "rulers" and "yardsticks" in your craft and home decorating. I demonstrate today on my Inspired by Pinterest episode how simple it is to create the "yardstick arrows" featured in my previous "Arrow" episode a couple of weeks ago. And bonus, learn how simple using a miter box and saw with some inexpensive yardsticks, combined with Heidi Swapp's Color Shine to tint your wood.




Pin Referenced in Today's Episode


IBP Soup Can Treat Containers

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Today on my Inspired by Pinterest episode on My Craft Channel I show you how to create your own pop-top soup can treat containers. After you've eaten the contents you can clean out soup cans, fill with candy and decorate for unique treats for any holiday or occasion...but make it look like the can has NEVER BEEN OPENED. In this episode the projects features some darling new papers by Doodlebug Design in today's episode and share some fun Pins that re-purpose soup cans too!

WATCH MY
SOUP CAN TREAT CONTAINERS
episode HERE on My Craft Channel


(POST FILMING NOTE: I originally recommended E6000 to adhere lid to can, but
later learned it makes the candy taste strange and now I suggest using your
hot glue gun instead and NOT the glue mentioned in the episode.)


Pin Referenced in Today's Episode