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How To: Make Life Savers treats

In this video, we learn how to make Life Savers treats. First, use the curly label punch and punch it out of a white paper. Next, fold this in half and then use your stamp-a-ma-Jig on card stock with a love and flower stamp. Use a black and pink marker to fill in the colors of the stamp. Next, stamp this on the piece that was folded in half, then punch out a heart and use sticky strip to adhere the individual life saver to the middle of the sentiment. Once finished, apply the heart and you ar...

How To: Make an owl with Stampin' Up punches

In this video, we learn how to make an owl with Stampin' Up punches. First, cut out two dark brown scallop circles, then two light brown scallop circles. After this, cut out two orange flowers, two black small circles, three white circles, and an orange heart. To put these together, cut one of the dark brown punches in half so you have two pieces. Then, cut off half the flower on both of the flower shapes. Next, put all the pieces together, using the dark brown for the face along with white a...

How To: Make a cat punch using Stampin' Up! products

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a cat punch using Stampin' Up! products. First, you will need to use the: circle scalp punch, circle punch, oval punch (black and white), and five petal punch (black and white). You will also need two small circles each of black and pink for the eye and cheek area. Once you have all of these punched out, you will be able to assemble the head. Use the circle as the head and apply the white and black circles in the middle for the eyes. Use the flower punch...

How To: Use the rolling marble technique in scrapbooking

This video tutorial is in the Arts & Crafts category where you will learn how to use the rolling marble technique in scrapbooking. Take a piece of 2" x 5 1/2" whisper white. Then take the stamp set container with three marbles in it and add 4 -5 drops of color from a bashful blue refill inside the container. Then shake the container till the marbles get coated with the ink. Put some dotto on the back side of the whisper white and stick it to the inside top of the container. Flip it over and r...

How To: Make crayon resist watercolor background sheets

In this video, we learn how to make crayon resist watercolor background sheets. First, draw a pattern onto a piece of paper with crayons. You can make any kind of pattern that you want. After this, add some water color paint to the picture and use a credit card to push the paint around the picture. You will see that the crayon resists the paint and the paint sticks to the paper instead! Let this dry, then you will see that the crayon is still resisting the watercolor ink. After this, enjoy yo...

How To: Make a gift Christmas jar with Stampin' Up!

In this video, we learn how to make a gift Christmas jar with Stampin' Up! First, take any type of jar you want to collect money in. After this, rinse out the inside and remove the labels off of the bottle and measure them. Now, take a piece of card stock and cut it out to make the length of the label from the bottle. Now, decorate the bottle with different Christmas decorations and then tape it onto the jar or bottle. Next, add on different types of felt cut outs to the jar as well. To finis...

How To: Make a striped Smarties candy holder

Smarties are the all-inclusive candy. With every color of the rainbow, it allows kids and sugar-addicted adult folks alike the powerful option of choosing between eating the Red or Green flavor, or Blue for those days when we're feeling down (that's why we're eating the candy in the first place, right?).

How To: Make a pig out of punches

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a pig out of punches. First, you will need to have white paper, pink paper, and black paper. You will also need punches that are in star shapes, different circle sizes, oblong shapes, and a flower shape. TO put this together, first glue a small heart shape to the bottom of the oblong shape and set to dry. Next, take a large pink circle and place two white dots and black dots on top to make the face. Next, draw two black circles onto a smaller pink circle...

How To: Make a mini Big Shot Box with Stampin' Up!

This video tutorial is in the Arts & Crafts category where you will learn how to make a mini Big Shot Box with Stampin' Up! For this you got to use the Bigz Die Box #2. Cut a Whisper white card stock at 6" x 11", place it on the die box and run it through the machine to get the box template. Cut off one edge of the template along the score line with scissors. This will be the top part of the open box. Now fold the bottom part of the box along the score line. Take a strip of cottage wall desig...

How To: Make and use a stencil

In order to make and use a stencil, you will need the following: pencil, blue painter's tape, Dura Lar film, Self-healing mat, spray adhesive, old canvas board, airbrush, compressed air, airbrush paint, utility knife, paper, eraser, and an idea for a stencil.

How To: Make a grave rubbing

Grave rubbing is more than just an art. It's a record of the past, one that so many people would just rather forget. And graves are the one way to reconnect with that world. Discover the ancient art of gravestone rubbing to record beautiful headstone images or to enhance your genealogy studies. It only takes a few simple tools and you’re on your way.

How To: Make Elmo and Cookie Monster with Stampin' Up punches

This video will show viewers how to create Elmo and cookie monster using punches made from Stampin' Up stamp punches. In order to make these characters, you will need a blue and an red sculpt circle punch a smaller black circle punch, an orange and 4 white circle punch, and 4 smaller black circle punch. In order to make the cookie monster shape, take the large ruffled circle punch as the head, and cut the black circle in half, placing it on the bottom half of the circle. This will be the mout...

How To: Make a holder for a card set

This video describes how to make a fancy-looking stationery card set holder. First, take a card and cut it down to 10*6.5 dimensions. On the 6.5 inch sides, score 1" each. On the 10 inch sides, score 1", 7" and 8". Using a pair of scissors, cut flaps on the 10" side on the scores upto 1". After cutting these slits, you can do any designs on the card in order to make the holder look beautiful. Now fold the card along all the scores to make creases. Now, using glue, stick the flaps together. Fo...

How To: Stencil a t-shirt with inks

This video shows you how to stencil a t-shirt with inks. Tape the t-shirt onto a piece of cardboard with masking tape. Lay the stencil on the t-shirt and tape some blank paper at the edges to ensure that there is no splashing on the sides. Some mist paint in blue Hawaiian is used. You do not need to apply a lot of it. Add some orange paint too. To make the print permanent, you must take out the cardboard put the t-shirt on the ironing board with the design uppermost. Cover the design with a c...

How To: Make a stamped notepad cover

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make a stamped notepad cover. Put the note pad on the edge of a bigger sheet of paper, draw the outline and cut the paper along the lines. The paper should be longer than the notepad. Put the note pad on top of the paper aligned with one end and fold the other end of the paper. Remove the paper and crease it properly along the scoring lines. Depending on the theme you want for the cover, apply the required ink with sponge on the paper...

How To: Start a paper doll dress-up tin/purse project

The video describes the making of Paper doll dress up and a Tin Purse to put the dolls inside. You can use the cartridge paper but regular paper should do. She was sticking to the princess themes in this tutorial. The tin comes from provocraft but creative imaginations also offers one. Instead of purchasing a tin you can find a old tin purse maybe once for a over sized set of playing cards. There is a tab feature you can use on the dolls but which children the might come off. She suggests usi...

How To: Make paper flowers with Stampin' Up!

Dawn Griffith demonstrate simple and easy way of making paper flowers using card stock paper and wall paper. First take pink card stock and using XL fancy flower cutter punch 8 flowers. You can take card stock or any designer wall paper which is a thin paper when compared to card stock, so you do not need to wet paper like in card stock. Next spray water on flower cut card stock paper and squish up into a tight ball. Do like this for all 8 flower cuts. Then gently unfold all squished paper ba...

How To: Make a decorative mini magnet board

In this tutorial, Bonnie shows you how to make a super fun new craft project for use in your home or dorm room. For this video, Bonnie makes a super cute little bulletin board with a twist. This board is magnetic! No need for push pins, now you can simply display messages and important papers with magnets and avoid all the holes.