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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Todays Featured Blog: Tangii Crain

Tangii is another favorite blogger who creates great SU and non-su products! I am always inspired by her projects and I am sure you will be too! Be sure to stop by and let her know how much you love her work!
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Featured Project: Kwanzaa Candle Band

Kwanzaa Candle Band Share the warmth of Kwanzaa with friends and family as you create this colorful decorative belly band for a candle. They'll remember your love and care as you light the flame to last through all the days of celebration.

Another Freebie Holiday SVG

Wanda gives us another great one!

Frosty the Snowman Card video with Dawn

Triangle Santa Pattern

from paper craft planet

Believe Ornament

Alisa Bangerter

SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white) Patterned paper: (Cornucopia from Cosette collection) GCD Studios Dye ink: (black) Stewart Superior Corp. Accents: (black safety pin) Making Memories Rub-on: (sentiment) BasicGrey Fibers: (red satin ribbon) Offray Adhesive: (decoupage) Plaid Tool: (circle punch) Fiskars Other: (ornament) Finished size: 3" diameter

1 Remove metal hanger and tear small pieces of patterned paper.

2 Adhere torn pieces with decoupage; smooth and overlap as you go.

3 Replace metal hanger once ornament dries and tie ribbon on through hook.

4 Apply rub-on to cardstock; trim, ink edges, and punch hole.

5 Attach tag to ribbon with safety pin.

Designer Tip

For a cool look, choose double-sided patterned paper so when torn, the edges are slightly colored.

25 cut and use Holiday phrases for your scrapbook pages

Pop Up Card - Christmas Tree Video

by rozzieoz