Let me tell you right off the bat that when it comes to fusing glass I am a beginner. I have never fused glass in my whole entire life. I see a lot of it at the craft shows and I have often wondered why jewelry pieces made of fused glass seemed a little […]
Here are some of the supplies you will need to make this project: Cuttlebug 2 embossing folders (I used the swirl and pumpkin folders) Light Ink Darker Ink Paper Cutter Card stock Applicator for ink such as Embossing Brush or Fantastix Cut card stock to size (depends on what size your card is) […]
Back in May of 2004 My darling family (Ryan is missing from the photo…I think he was on a Boy Scout camp out. Might even have been the year he went to Philmont) gave me a wonderful Mother's Day gift. That was back when I was still doing fresh flowers and Mother's Day […]
Today I had the pleasure of teaching a Faux Food class from my "Spring Line" one more time before I put it to bed and start working on the Fall themed food and class. Kathy Drummond of Drummond Chocolates called me up and asked so very nicely to teach ONE MORE class that I just couldn't resist! Kathy […]
I am teaching two classes on this wire jewelry tree! August 25th and September 15th in Cuyahoga Falls. Send an email and I’ll give you more details. The first class is almost full already! YIPPEE!!
Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy! I found these unmounted stamps at Pat Catan’s. They have a sticky back to put them on the clear acrylic blocks but I stuck them to the inside of a soap mold, poured soap into them, let them set and VIOLA! I’m looking for the Christmas ones to start coming […]
I am reading “Blogging for Bliss” by Tara Frey. It’s probably the only book I’ll get to read, cover to cover, this whole summer. I remember the times when I could read a book a day (That was BK though…Before Kids) or at the very least a book a week, even AK. But not so […]
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