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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Nail Polish Mini-TOW

Hi there Therm O Web fans, this is Jenifer here with you today to share another fun project that I have in the Quilt Market booth.  I found this fun free pattern over in the Fat Quarter Shop site and just knew that the foils would be a perfect fit.

This is a fun little mini that really only takes a few hours to put together.  This would be a perfect project to try some of these awesome foils.

Here is a close up of the three different foils.  See how beautiful and shiny the foils are.  The Opal foil reminds me of bubbles and the silver stars are super sparkly and shiny.

Therm O Web Supplies used:
Nail Polish Mini
Deco Foil, Pink Melon, Opal and Silver Stars
Free Pattern Fat Quarter Shop

Monday, October 26, 2015

December Daily-DCWV

Welcome DCWV fans! It’s Jenifer from the DCWV Social Media Design Team! I am trying to get a head start on some of my Christmas creating so I have put together this fun little December Daily.  I love the December Daily idea but it just seems like I get to busy around this time of year to pull it off and put it all together.  I am hoping having it all ready to go ahead of time would take some of the pressure off.
Here is my cover.


Page 1 using the Foiled Vellum stack




Here are the first set of pages.  I am just loving the blues and silvers in this new beautiful Christmas stack.  Everything just goes together just beautifully.
My pages are 6" x 6", I folded them in half and then sewed along one edge giving me a pocket.  I put together a 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" cards that go inside the pocket where I can journal and add some pictures.  I am hoping that with this smaller size and with my journal all put together and ready to go I can complete my first December Daily this year.

DCWV Stacks Used:
Foiled Vellum
Paper backed Denim

May Arts Ribbons

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Velveteen Bag-TOW

Hi there ThermOWeb fans, this is Jenifer here with you today to share a beautiful bag that I made for the booth at Quilt Market.  Are you just loving all the items that can be made using the awesome Deco Foils?  


I used this beautiful free pattern from Swoon patterns and some beautiful Robert Kaufman velveteen and gorgeous butterfly fabrics from Blend to make this awesome bag.  It is just big enough to hold everything you need  without it being way to big.  The pattern was easy to follow and I know that I will be making more of these in my future.


I really wanted to see if the Deco Foils would work on 100% cotton velveteen.  As you can see it turned out pretty good.  Unlike velvet, 100% cotton Velveteen allows you to iron it with out it becoming crushed and so the foils worked beautifully.



Here is a close up of the front pocket that is huge and will be perfect to hold all the little things that you seem to be fishing around for.



See how spacious it is in the inside.  I have a few notebooks and my planner in there with room to spare.  I can't wait to get it back and use it as my everyday bag.  
I hope you give these foils a try, they give a whole new dimension to you projects.

Therm O Web Supplies Used:

Other Supplies Used:
Blend Fabrics
Robert Kaufman Velveteen 


Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Delicate Halloween Mask-May Arts


Hi there May Arts fans, this is Jenifer here with you today to share this fun mask I made my daughter for Halloween.  She is at that age where she still wants to get the candy but doesn't necessarily want to dress up for it.  She just about died when I came up with this mask.  We will just have to see what the rest of her outfit will look like.


With the right supplies this mask came together in about 20 minutes.   There are tons of free mask shapes on google just find the one you want and trace it out on your favorite piece of card stock.  I used some of the beautiful glittered paper from DCWV.

After I cut out my mask shape I went around the edges with the Adhesive Scallop ribbon.  Punched a small hole on each side to knot the Elastic String through and then decorated.  I layered leaves and flowers until I had the look I was going for.


I think I will make a few more of these because they were just so much fun to put together.  I think that they would even be cute framed in small shadow boxes and hung in my daughters bedroom.

May Arts Ribbons used :
439 Flowers 10 flowers

Other Supplies Used:
Glitter Paper- DCWV

Friday, October 16, 2015

Gift Box or Ornament-WOW

Hi Wow fans, this is Jenifer here with you today to share my "anything but a card" project.
It's never to early to start planning for Christmas right?  So I came up with this little gift ornament.
I made this little box and then embossed around the edges to make it look like it might be frosted glass.  I then created this little Snowflake medallion to take center stage.  Top it all off with a beautiful glitter edged bow and you have yourself a fun ornament that could be hung on the tree.

If you didn't want to hang it you could always use it as a fun little gift box for some special treats.  How would you use it?

Wow Supplies used:
Stamps:
Let it Snow
Embossing Powders:
Silent Night 

Paper:
DCWV
Ribbons:
May Arts


Thursday, October 15, 2015

Boo Banner-May Arts Halloween Hop

Welcome to the May Arts Halloween Hop :)  Thank you so much for stopping by:)
For my project I created this fun Boo Banner.  Did you know that the white banners are from May Arts?  They are already put together and ready for you to decorate :)  Perfect for fun quick projects.




Here are some close ups of the individual letters.  It was so much fun to make and I now have it hanging up in my office at work :)

May Arts Supplies Used:

Other Supplies Used:
DCWV- Spooky Delight Stack
DCWV-Black Glitter paper
Blue Moon Beads

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Fall Pumpkin-May Arts

Hi there May Arts fans :)  This is Jenifer here with you today to share this fun pumpkin that I made and decorated with May Arts ribbons.  I'm sure you have seen these cute pumpkins all over the place, so I decided to make one for myself.  It was so easy and fun I know that I will be making a few more.

I took a piece of fabric 10"x 22" and sewed the 10" sides together and then gathered both longer sides and pulled them together and stuff with batting, giving you a ball.  Wrap your burlap string around the ball to give it your pumpkin shape.  That is it :)  Now decorate as desired.

For the stem I rolled a small piece of cardstock and then wrapped it with the DD16 grosgrain dots and adhered it with a little bit of hot glue.  I stuffed it into the space with a little bit more hot glue.

Thank you so much for looking at my project today, if you decide to make one I would love to see it.  Leave me a link in the comments and I will stop by and check it out.

May Arts Ribbons used:

Other supplies used:
Fabric
Stuffing