Friday, August 3, 2012

Aug. 2nd: Cards, Tags, Cozy Sweaters and Sweet Afternoon

Refashion It: Cozy Up with Sweater Pillows

Refashioning can go beyond just recreating your wardrobe! Pull those worn out sweaters from your closet and make a statement in your living room as we transform them into pillows! Who can resist the texture, colors and softness of a favorite sweater transformed into a cozy pillow on the couch. You will think twice about the possibilities sweaters can have beyond just wearing them! This project was also featured on the HGTV site. For more photos of this project visit HERE.

My Craft Channel Announcement

Check out the Mystery Box announcement on the My Craft Channel website. 


Tip of the Day

Frugal Friday - Scraps for Greeting Cards & Tags

A real cost saver is using your scraps to make a greeting card or tags. Demo cute card made with 2 in circles or flower card with hand cut petals from scraps. from the left over of previous projects. No one likes to pay $5 for a store bought greeting card, when they can create their own work of art for free.  Visit Scrapbook Expo's website to find an event near you. 

Featured Buy: Teresa Collin's Sweet Afternooon Kit 

Check out Teresa's hard-to-find mid-release collection called "Sweet Afternoon." While she is known for her vintage flair, this is your chance to see the softer side. This elegant collection is great for spring, baby, girl, friendship and more. This kit includes: 9 sheets of patterned paper, 2 sheets of double sided die-cuts, one package of 2" glitter alphas, 1 package of designer brads, a  6x6 paper pad and a set of acrylic stamps. Tune in to today's video to see how to create a quick and easy custom mini album using the 6x6 paper pad included in today's kit.

Suggested Retail $34.99

Today's Cost $19.99

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