- Used K-Cups
- Empty snack box
- Circle punch
- Black spray paint
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Trim & Embellishments
- Craft knife
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Hey, y'all! I feel like I've experimented with a lot of different crafting techniques, but I'm always interested in new crafting experiments. One thing I've never done before is to engrave glass. I mean, just the thought of trying to engrave something that can break so easily is a little intimidating. I recently received a Dremel® Micro™8050, which can cut, carve, engrave, sand, grind, sharpen, clean and polish. Of course, I just had to use the tool to try out engraving glass. I was able to easily I create a cute Rudolph candle holder utilizing my new tool.
- Dremel® Micro™8050 --The tool comes with different accessories. You need to attach the engraving accessory.
- Glass Candle Holder
- Small Printed Deer Silhouette Image
- Red Rhinestone
- Super Glue
The Micro 8050 made creating this project so easy! You can buy your own online or in stores at Home Depot and Lowe’s or at Amazon.com for $89 USD. And for more information on Dremel products, project ideas and problem-solving tips, visit www.dremel.com.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.
Thursday, December 4, 2014
Hey, y'all! I just LOVE free printables. I love making them to offer to y'all, and I love finding great ones on other people's blogs. I have an entire Pinterest board dedicated to the awesome freebies. Since I love free printables so much, I jumped at the chance to join twenty other talented bloggers to bring you an awesome collection of printables for the holiday season.
And, y'all, this collection doesn't just contain art prints. Whether you are looking for home decor, gift tags, wrapping paper, cards, or labels, we have you covered— and the best part is, they are all free for personal use! Leave some love in the comments section to let us know how you are using these printables to make your Christmas extra special this year!
Be sure to visit each of our blogs for more free printables + holiday ideas!
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