I printed several of the pages from the Vintage Digital Christmas Collage series in A3, for individualized wrapping paper: Even the backsides of these gifts are cute and interesting 😀 I also have my thinking cap on for using these collage sheets for other Seasonal purposes. Since I printed them large, they can be used… Continue reading DIY Vintage Wrapping No 4: Square and Simple
I think the reason why I'm so crazy about decoupage, is that it can be applied to revamp soooo many different things: My decoupaged sewing machine hard top. I also created some ruffles with my sewing machine and hot glued them to cover my napkin "seems". Thrift finds: A Lazy Susan, two old metal cookie boxes,… Continue reading Decoupage Anything
Every once in a while I like to glue stuff! Or more specifically, decoupage stuff! So today I'm sharing a tutorial on decoupaged wooden clothespins, that I have made a huge pile of, and use for many different purposes all around my house: Here's the very easy instructions on how to make these: 1. Paint… Continue reading Decoupaged Clothespins – Tutorial
Please take a look at these Nested Easter Cherubs from my albums. They are American holy cards from the 1880-ies. These are some of my outmost favorite Easter images, and I hope you all will find good use for them 🙂 I printed them on kitchen paper towels (see how HERE) and decoupaged them onto… Continue reading 1880 Nested Easter Cherubs Holy Cards – free printables
When I'm crafting and creating, I always think of you. Your hands were never idle, even when you were resting. You would embroider or crochet, and both the sewing machine and the loom were in daily use. Maybe I had no patience to sit by your side and learn every trick in the book, but… Continue reading Thank you Grandma!
Did you enjoy my Vintage Easter Peat Pots yesterday? But frown upon printing on paper towels, thus dismissing the idea? Don't worry, I have the solution for you to simplify the project: Decoupage with any pretty napkins you have laying around the house 😀 I also cut out some tags from corrugated cardboard, and gave… Continue reading DIY Easter Peat Pots
I've been obsessing over Peat Pots lately! They are so promising of spring, both by appearance and fragrance, and I love the prim, worn look of them. Furthermore, they are really cheap to buy, and offer amazing texture for all sorts of artistic whimsies 😀 I must admit I have crafted more than a few… Continue reading DIY Vintage Easter Peat Pots – Free Printables