April 5, 2013
It’s FRIDAY! Jump for joy and throw glitter in the air. Now that the weekend is here, you will have a few days of uninterrupted time to craft. For all you horse and Kentucky Derby fans we have the perfect project for you to make. Check out this fabulous DIY clutch. This is a stylish DIY project that is so simple to make. With the Kentucky Derby only about a month away, we thought it would a great time to share this project with you. We discovered this project on the craft bog, Trinkets in Bloom. You can make this project with supplies you probably already have around your home. One main supply you will need is Mod Podge. To see how you can recreate this for yourself click here. Have a craftastic weekend.
January 2, 2013
Happy New Years! It’s the start of 2013 and this year we want you to not just think about crafting, but also actually create crafts. Perhaps you did not challenge yourself enough with your projects, or you lost track of time while on Pinterest. Whatever your reason it’s ok, and we are here to help you be your most creative self. Today we want to share a glamorous project we discovered on the DIY blog, P.S. I Made This. Erica created this amazing box clutch using one of our most popular products Mod Podge. This project is not as intimidating as it may look. In fact it is quite simple, and all you need to are four steps. Trace it, cut it, glue it, and wrap it. Click here to see all the materials you will need to make your own clutch, along with the instructions.
March 23, 2012
Happy Friday! Any crafting plans for the weekend? Well I know what I will be crafting. I am in need of a spring clutch, and luckily I recently stumbled across this one, found on Ricochet and Away. I love this clutch. It is so fashionable, trendy, and chic. Can you believe this is the result of combining Martha Stewart paint, with Mod Podge? Who knew these two craft supplies would make such a great team. Rikka is the designer of this clutch, and a new fashion DIY blogger friend of ours. She makes some fabulous DIY projects. To see how this clutch was made, click here. Have you used a clutch as a surface in a recent craft project?