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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Toothbrush pouch-TOW

Hi there Therm O Web fans this is Jenifer here with you today to share a quick summer project with you.  It is that time of year where the kids are off doing various activities and such with friends.  Usually they just throw their toothbrush and such in a ziplock baggie and they are off.

I decided that a Deco Foil Monogrammed Toothbrush pouch was needed.  Super easy, with a few scraps of fabric, ribbon for binding and an old washcloth is all that is needed.

I used a washcloth on the inside to help absorb some of the wet.

Here it is all packed up and ready to go :)  Now I am off to make some for the boys.
Have a great summer!!

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Forever Tag-Wow/UmWow hop

Welcome to the Wow and UmWow hop.  Can I just tell you these are about 2 of my most favorite products.  I just love the little Um Wow Butterflies.  I wrapped a little piece of wire around the middle and they look like they are flying around the flowers on the tag.

The tag started around one of the new Wow Embossing powder colors, Chocolate Caramel Pearl, and let me tell you it is lovely.

Here is a close up of my cluster.  I have some flowers, DCWV  and old book papers, and also some May Arts ribbons.
I hope you have enjoyed the hop today make sure you stop by everyday to be inspired by this awesome team.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

May Arts-Stampendous Hop

Welcome to the May Arts/Stampendous hop :)

I got this super cute elephant and quotes set in the mail.  Isn't this elephant just the best.  I stamped her on gray card stock and then colored her in with some metallic pens.

I used this fun May Arts Satin Knot edge ribbon and tied a simple little knot randomly and then adhered them onto the card.

Make sure you stop by the May Arts blog for the week to see all of the wonderful projects with Stampendous and May Arts.






Monday, June 29, 2015

Dwell in Possibility Mini-DCWV

Welcome DCWV fans this is Jenifer here with you today to share one of my favorite DIY project stacks, Mini Albums.  I was going to create this fun mini for my 13 year old Daughter and put it all together and give it to her but once I had the base of the album together I thought it would be fun to give her all of the fun pieces and let her put the album together.  I can't wait to see what she comes up with.
Here is the cover, everything you see is included in the stack.  I have not added anything extra.

This is the second cover.  I added another fun quote.

When you open the second cover I added a pocket with a bunch of the fun cut outs that are included.

Here are a bunch of the fun cut outs that I have in the pocket.  All she will have to do is cut out the desired items to decorate her album.

When you open up the other inserts you have these 3 pages with some flaps to decorate and add details.
I can't wait to give this to her and see how she does it.  I think I will make one as well and see the differences.  
You should give these new DIY stacks a try.  They come with clear instruction sheets that make putting your project together a breeze.

Thank you so much for taking the time to look at my project today.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Summer Fun Layout with WOW

Welcome Wow fans!!  This is Jenifer here with you today to share my summer project.  I went with a fun layout about splashing in the water.

Wow has a large variety of shades of blue powders and I wanted to try and create the illusion of bubbles.  I used a Dreamweaver stencil and some whipped spackle from Faber Castell.  Before the whipped spackle could dry I put a small amount of several blue Wow powders over the top and heated them with a heat gun.

Can you see how cool this looks in the close up?  It is so hard to get a good picture of all the sparkle, but it is there and I LOVE how it turned out.

Here is another close up. 

I hope you have enjoyed my summer project for today and I hope you give this technique a try.

Metallic Blue

Other Supplies used:
DCWV cardstock and bling sheets
May Arts ribbon

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

4th of July Headband-May Arts

Hi there May Arts fans this is Jenifer here with you to share a fun Patriotic headband with you that will be a hit for all of your fun 4th of July festivities.

This headband was very easy to make.  Go see how its done here.

May Arts ribbons used:
437 Pearlized beads need 1" per flower

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Fusion Calendar- Ruby Rock-It

Hi there Ruby Rock-It fans it's Jenifer here with you today to share this fun, quick tutorial for a desk calendar using this 5"x7" acrylic frame from Clear Scraps.

I wanted a very light and airy feeling that would transfer over to my Calendar cards so that it wouldn't clash from one month to the next.  I chose to do white and wood veneer.   Here is my flower cluster on the outside of the acrylic frame.

This acrylic frame is so cool it even gives me enough space to store the extra cards behind it.

Here are the individual cards that I made.  I kept them very simple with room on the side to allow the flowers to show and not block the the calendar.  I cut the paper to 5"x7" and using doilies and other scraps of paper had this done within the hour.

Here are the calendar pages when they are in the frame.  I just love this and I love that all I have to do is swap out the month and have a pretty calendar sitting on my desk.  

*Tip-Pinterest has a lot of free printable calendar pages to choose from.

Ruby Rock-It Supplies used:

Other Supplies used:
May Arts ribbons

Thank you so much for taking a look at my project today.