Monday, September 12, 2016

Monday Make Itz


TEA BATH BALLS

Here is a fun quick project to use the dried flowers and herbs
from the summer garden.
Joanns Store online craft projects gets the credit!


Simple Tea Bath

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Small scraps of fabric 3/8" x 7-1/2" strips
  • 1 yd Pellon® Cheesecloth
  • Dried flowers or herbs
  • Epsom salts
  • Rotary cutter, ruler & mat
  • Scissors

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Place the cheesecloth on the cutting mat, three layers thick. Cut one 9" square out of the three layers for each bag. The cheesecloth is delicate and cutting all three layers at once is easier. Place about 1/3 cup of the ‘tea’ in the center. Dried lavender, chamomile buds or rose petals can be used as well as epsom salts.
  2. Gather up the edges of the cheesecloth.
  3. Tie with a strip of scrap fabric. Use fabric that does not easily bleed. Place the bath tea in a tub of hot water and enjoy. If cotton scraps were used to tie the bags, the entire bag can be placed in the compost after using.

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Friday, September 9, 2016

Friday Freebeez

FALL LEAVES
UN-TOP-ABLE Autumn Leaves Printable Cards
whimsical leaves for fall projects


Here is a FREE fun printable to make lacing cards out of leaves.
I liked the whimsical shapes of the leaves that I plan
to use them for other paper crafting projects.

click here



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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Tuesday Tipz

Small Bundle of Rubber or Clear Stamps

Have you ever wondered why small stamp sets are bundled together?
The sets are made to be used together to make collage type projects.
Used together the small stamps make one large image.
These can be used to stamp 'over' each other with complimentary colors
or specialty stamp sets.
These sets are especially useful in art journals.







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Monday, September 5, 2016

Monday Make Itz

Here are some ways to make end of the summer memories.
Credit goes to Highlights Magazines website:




It doesn’t take much to keep kids' occupied. Stuck for crazy-wild and free ideas? Try some of these for starters.
1. Watch an ant evade an obstacle.
2. Make mud pies.
3. Nab a ladybug; let it fly (or crawl) away.
4. Use a log as a balance beam.
5. Hunt for worms; release them.
6. Capture fireflies; set them free.
7. Dig a hole; fill it up again.
8. Make a pretend dinner; use pebbles, sticks, and leaves.
9. Search for sea glass.
10. Collect clam and mussel shells.
11. Find a starfish.
12. Sink your feet in a combo of water and sand.
13. Search for sand crabs.
14. Climb a tree.
15. Find your shadow; guess the time.
16. Start a campfire with sticks.
17. Squish mud between your toes.
18. Dig a hole; add water.
19. Collect rocks.
20. Blow dandelion seeds.
21. Track down birds’ nests.
22. Copy birdcalls.
23. Identify faces and shapes in the clouds.
24. Make giant and tiny shadows.
25. Send a message in a bottle.
26. Find a four-leaf clover.
27. Drink water from a garden hose.
28. Capture a caterpillar; put it back.
29. Spot one squirrel, two chipmunks, and three rabbits.
30. Count the seconds between lightning and thunder.
31. Watch hail bounce.
32. Wear your clothes inside out and backward.
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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Thursday Treatz

HOT FUDGE SLOW COOKER BROWNIES

(here is another recipe for the 'try-it soon' list!)


1 pkg. fudge brownie mix
2/3 cup oil
2 eggs
3/4 cup hot water
1 jar (12oz) hot fudge sauce
vanilla ice cream and choc. sauce for serving

1. Line large slow cooker with a disposable liner. (or grease it really good.)
2. In large bowl combine brownie mix, oil, eggs and 1/4 cup water until combined and glossy.
    Pour batter into slow cooker.
3. Meanwhile, wisk together remaining hot water and jar of hot fudge sauce until smooth.
    Pour over brownie batter.
4. Top with lid and cook on high for 3-3 1/2 hours or until edges are set.
    If your slow cooker cooks faster, turn to low.
    Don't over cook, center will be gooey-this is OK!
5. Spoon onto plate or bowl and serve warm with ice cream and chocolate sauce.

TIP- to store leftovers, just lift liner and place liner and all into a bowl. cover and store in fridge.




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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Wednesday Websitz

W-O-W

For Crafters who like to get a head start on Christmas projects:

Paper Wishes is Hosting a Christmas WOW--Week of Webisodes


click here to watch

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