Hello Everyone, first of all a very Happy New Year to YOU!
I am so excited to be back home after a long vacation. I will be soon sharing a few glimpses from my trip.
Last week I was so scared to start writing at Craftionary. I am still nervous as I write, I hope you have been missing the usual ME and waiting to hear from me.
Can I say, I MISSED YOU! 🙂
and I Can’t wait to hear back from you!
I thought sharing my MOST LIKED Tutorials from 2011 will be a good start into The New Year
Make petals using Nylon and thread them together to make Roses
Using embroidery thread or yarn make rosettes for your crafty projects
Reuse tin cans as planters and organizers
Revamp your simple shoes with lace and embellishments from your old shoes
Magnetic paint and damask stencil are all you need to turn a foam board into a photo displaying board
Recycle paper rolls into a project kid’s will love to make will a little help from you
Make stocking net sunflowers, they look amazing in summer decor around the house
A very cute paper crafted flower. We have seen a lot versions of these by now
Turn baby food jars into labeled coin keepers with candle lids and chalkboard paint
These cute little orchids are the easiest to try for a newbie nylon crafter
My tips on shading the roses and painting flowers using Acrylic Paints
Paintings made by gluing thread on the outline of the images
Using a chevron stencil paint the canvas and glue your silhouettes
A bulletin board with weekly schedule, clothespins for holding papers and organizers on the wall
Wear this unique necklace as a bracelet or pin it on a bag or coat as a brooch
Nylon butterflies on a picture frame makes a cute girlish wall art
Turn a picture frame into a list frame, handy around kitchen counter for grocery
Decoupage a collage of your favorite Ikea images
Your special thoughts on a decorative canvas on Mother’s day
4 Simple Gift Wrap Ideas
4 Gift wrap ideas with origami, can also be a fun project for kids
Thanks so much for all your love and support
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