Archive | December, 2011

Sharpie® and Doily Totebag

We all know that I have a serious love affair with Sharpie’s®, I just can’t help myself!  One of the things I love is what you can do on fabric with the little sticks of luscious color! A little Sharpie® and some alcohol and your fabric will never, ever be the same. Here is a […]

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Zipper Brooch – Indygo Junction

  Oh, look what I found!! Zipper Accents from Indygo Junction… a whole package of 1 yard zipper halves.  I keep seeing all of the super cute zipper brooches and I’ve been wanting to make one but I didn’t know how it was done.     So I also picked up the “My Garden Zips” […]

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New Year’s Eve and a Big Bling Bracelet

  It’s not hard to make at all but it does take a little time. You have to do it in sections and let the glue dry before moving on… but if you get it started soon you’ll have something big and sparkly to wear to a New Year’s Eve party.     You’ll need […]

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Tools of the Trade – Beadalon Bead Reamer

  I’ve been making a lot of jewelry lately and the design I had in mind for the beads above just wouldn’t work without making the holes in the lava beads a little bigger.     I’ve tried a few bead reamers but this is my favorite so far. Just insert the reamer into the […]

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Winter Home Decor with Armour Etch and Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass Spray

      Here are a few pieces using both Armour Etch and Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass Spray. The Armour Etch is great for delicate images but the Rust-Oleum makes covering a large area super easy.         Armour Etch is really easy to use… just follow the package instructions.       I used […]

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Recipe: Vegetarian Curry

    Vegetarian Curry 1 fresh onion chopped 1 1/2 teaspoons olive oil 16 ounces Lite Extra Firm Tofu 1/3 cup Lite Soy Sauce 1 1/2 cups water 3 tablespoons unbleached flour 3 teaspoons curry powder 1 1/2 teaspoons marjoram 1 14.5 ounce can petite diced tomatoes (drained) 1 8 ounce can pineapple chunks (drained) […]

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Glass Cylinder and Marble Candle Holders for New Year’s Eve

      Remember the New Year’s Even Glasses with Armour Etch post from yesterday? I made some candle holders to go with the glasses and dug out some black and silver ornaments that I had on hand, perfect for a New Year’s Eve Party.     I used E6000 to glue flat back marbles […]

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Video: Going Gray Video Journal #3

  I thought I’d create one more GOING GRAY video before the end of 2011.   Happy Holidays and Bright Blessings for an AMAZING 2012!! :)  

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