I’ve got something fun over on the blog for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. What you ask? It’s an easy way to make your own rainbow with yarn!
I had been thinking about this project for awhile, wanting to make a rainbow. I had made a few with yarn and rope, but I found my rainbows didn’t always keep their form when I adhered them. So I brainstormed and hit the hardware store, where I found… wait for it… vinyl piping! It’s the perfect material for making a rainbow that keeps it’s form!
I’d love for you check out the post. You’ll see exactly how I made this rainbow, as well as the piping, adhesive and other materials I used.
I’m bringing a little something home decor’ish to the blog today.
I had the chance to attend Art Impressions’ Warehouse Sale last year and picked up a pack of some printed Pop-Ups elements they had for cards. I pulled them out the other day to make a card and decided to do something different.
I have a few “hair” ladies in my life who I thought would get a good kick out of them so I made this little frame with the Pop-Ups.
The images just cracked me up!
Since I used lots of Crafty Foam Tape to piece the parts together, I removed the glass from the frame. I really wanted the bulk and pop to be there.
I simply made a little mat of cardstock and patterned paper and added all the elements to it.
To give them even more pop, I added some Glossy Accents, glitter glue and Nuvo Crystal Drops to the cut-outs.
I like how the little details just add a little something. 🙂
Hopefully, the hair ladies in my life will enjoy this as much as me.
I really wanted to use some cute stamps I had from My Favorite Things to decorate my bookmarks, but you’ll see this little project could be created with stamps from pretty much anyone out there… or stickers… or die-cuts. And it’s a craft that could do… or you could easily make with a child.
Be sure to check out the post! I’d be tickled if you would.
And thanks, as always, for stopping by my little spot on the web. I sure appreciate your visits.