To say I am loving the T-shirt yarn would be an understatement. I made a T-shirt yarn bracelet to go with the ring I made the other day. If you havenâ€™t made T-Shirt yarn before purchase one of my T-shirt Yarn Kits click HERE to shop. Once youâ€™ve made the yarn then it is really just a matter of selecting what color to work with and then deciding on how large you would like your topper flower to be in both height and width. After that you follow the How To provided Here: T-Shirt Yarn Bracelet Allow for a little drying time and then you are off and running with your wrist decoration. Enjoy! xoxo LL
I made this super cute T-shirt yarn ring in an instant. If you haven’t made T-Shirt yarn before purchase one of my T-shirt Yarn Kits click HERE to shop. Once you’ve made the yarn then it is really just a matter of selecting what color to work with and then deciding on how large you would like your ring topper flower to be in both height and width. Enjoy! xoxo LL
My daughter was having a play date and wanted me to make her pink tiaras. One problem – her play date was a boy! So I suggested a pink tiara for her and a yellow wild thing crown for her playmate. For the Tiara I used my Gypsy to weld a design from the Tie The Knot Cartridge and a heart from the Create-A-Critter Cartridge and for the wild thing crown I used the Gypsy to weld the same crown from the Once Upon a Princess Cartridge over and over in a repeat pattern. I used my irock and some hot rocks on both crowns too! Both pre-schoolers played happily all afternoon. For a tutorial click here: How To make a Crown and TiaraHappy Crafting xoxo Lovely Lula
I thought I would share a couple of recent card designs I created. The two thank yous were in fact thank you notes and the bird card was part of a SWAP for Creative Escape for August 2010.
The state bird of AZ card was made using the 50 States Cartridge with my Cricut and the bird shape was cut from burnt umber cricut sticker vinyl and the AZ state shape was cut from Bazzill card stock.Â The long No. 10 thank you was made by cutting the “thank you” out on my Cricut and the card stock was again Bazill, the flag paper was a scrap I had laying around and the tape is Japanese Washi Tape. For the pink card I cut a “thanks” again out with my Cricut, used Japanese Washi Tape, a Sharpie marker, a simple thank you stamp that I have had forever, I went around the “thanks” with a white out pen and then applied with Diamond Glaze. I finished it off by adding a foam craft heart and a hot rock.
Go make some cards now! xoxo Happy crafting Lovely Lula
I have been playing in the studio on some new paper goodies and I thought I should share. Here are the latest creation. This card is made using the Cricut sweet treats cartridge for the cupcake. The stamp and Happy birthday Banner is from the Imaginisce B-day Bash Collection. The gem hot rock is also from the irock from Imaginesce.