I made a Springtime Fun barrette for the short one to wear to a party she was invited to. She is in pre-school so learning letters and simple words are the “it” thing for the kids!Â I used the Cuttlebug to cut the shapes out of wool felt. I used an over-sized barrette and spray painted it hot pink.
Here are the steps on how I made it
Happy Crafting xoxo
It is spring time and along with flowers comes ladybugs. Using the Your Story machine I created this cute ladybug book for the short one and the smallest one. I made a sewn red and black felt ladybug top for the front cover and then cut all of the pages out of white card stock in the round shape to match the top, next I illustrated each page with a story I wrote called Leatrice Loves Candy. I bound the edge of the pages using the Your Story and then finally glued the fabric cover on.
The gum drops and candies were cut on the Cricut and the “Yum” on the last page was created using the Country Life embossing folder on the Cuttlebug. The green line throughout is colored masking tapeÂ — Happy crafting xoxo
Spring is upon us and that means celebrating with flowers. I used my Cuttlebug to make a flower filled belt.
I found a great canvas, army green belt at the dollar store and used the Asterisks and flower Cuttlebug dies to cut yellow and pink wool felt flowers.
I used Tacky Glue to glue the pieces together and to glue the flowers to the belt.
I allowed it to dry over night and voilaâ€™ a cute, spring time flower belt.
Make one for yourself today! xoxo and Happy crafting
I made this fun and edgy skull bracelet for Mardi Gras. It has the green and purple colors and the spooky skull theme often associated with New Orleans and Mardi Gras. I made the cuffÂ and the skull out of Shrinky Dink material. The skull is cut on the Cuttlebug using the Beware Cuttlebug Die and then shrunk with a heat gun.
All the step by step directions are here: Shrinky Dink Skull Bracelet How To
Happy Crafting xoxo Lovley Lula
Happy Valentines day! I made this fun book out of manila file dividers, scrapbook paper and my Your Story machine. For the decorative skull on front I used my Cuttlebug and the Beware die and embossing folder combo on clear plastic. All of the pages were tucked in and bound on my Your Story machine.
Happy crafting xoxo