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This past weekend was the Splendid event at SMoCA and Scottsdale Fashion Square. Both events were totally amazing – with packed houses and happy people. Friday night at SMoCA was like a beading love-in and Saturday at Fashion Square was a family crafting day filled with making and milk & cookies. What a ball! Ready to do it again!! Thank you Fuse for the drinks and all the amazing staff who took it on and made it all happen – thanks! Crafting Community and Kid Concierge crew – big, big air hearts!

Here are some pics from the weekend – Enjoy!



 

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I created a cell phone cover using my Cricut and the new Bump In The Night cart for the Cricut, it is cut out of vinyl and Imaginisce hot rocks are added for a little extra bling. How great is that little critter?

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I  created a copper paper bracelet using my Cricut and the Paper Lace 2 cart and the new Cuttlebug embossing folder called: Mary Ann. The bracelet part of this was created using a recycled roll of packing tape. Hey it makes a perfect bangle!

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All female guests attending the Royal Wedding will be just as fashionable with what goes on their head as what goes on their body. Options include hats, feather clips or tiaras. Here are my options for the viewing day party. A traditional mini hat with netting (store bought), a tiara (store bought) and a handmade feather hair clip with instructions. What will you wear at your viewing party?

 

Feather and netting mini hat

 

 

Tiara

 

 

Handmade feather and netting hair clip

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

NOTE: If your feathers stick up too much you can use a flat iron or a curling iron to roll them down a bit.

Want to buy a fabulous hat British Royal style? Check out Arturo Rios

Some samples of her work

It’s nearing summer, which means sunglasses are no longer a fashion statement but a necessity. But let’s not let the personal style go.  I picked up a pair of bedazzled shades in Mesa’s The Goods Store and decided to use a little inspiration to jazz up my own pair (and an equally necessary carrying case) by adding a healthy dose of cabochons, which can found in many stores on Etsy and at local crafty spots including SAS.

Learn how I made them at my post over at the Phoenix New Times Jackalope Ranch blog post: Sunglasses, Restyled (Case Included)

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