Saturday, November 17, 2018

Featured Paper Blog Hop-Tis the Season



Hi guys!
Welcome to the CLOSE TO MY HEART featured paper blog hop-Tis the Season.

This blog hop will feature projects created with the Tis the Season paper pack by talented Close to my Heart consultants. :)

Here are the two cards I created. 




SUPPLIES USED:
Tis the Season paper pack 
Merry Christmas mini stamp
Silver shimmer trim 
Red gems
Candy apple cardstock
White daisy cardstock 
Black cardstock 
Intense black ink 
White card bases

You can shop my website HERE


If you are coming from LAUREN'S BLOG you are on the right track.

And I am the last stop on this hop!

You can start at the beginning with CAROL'S BLOG


Happy crafting and thanks for stopping by.


Thursday, November 15, 2018

Organize with CTMH

Hi guys!
 
In our current catalog there are several items to help you get your crafting supplies organized.

Check them out below!
 
The cover of the current catalog.

New organization containers

On the go organization

Desk top organization
 
 
No matter what type of organization you need Close to my Heart has several different options.
 
You can check out more on my website HERE.
 
Happy crafting friends!
 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

DIY Farmhouse Market Sign

Hi guys!
 
Sign making is in full swing over here!
 
And I have been wanting to make a sign for my kitchen for a LONG time!!
 
 
Here are the steps I took to make a DIY MARKET sign for my kitchen.
 
I started with a 12x24 inch piece of wood that I painted white, the letters to spell 'market' that I printed on my computer, a pencil, and tape measure.

I first found the center of my board and marked it.

Next I flipped over my 'market' letters and traced the outline of each letter on the back.

Then I arranged the letters on my board to my liking.

Here is a close up of the letters. Next I held each letter down, one at a time and traced the outline of each letter.
Next I removed the letters and was left with a pencil outline of the letters. This is from the pencil outline I traced on the back of them earlier-see earlier step.
 
Once each of my letters were traced onto the front of my board I took black craft paint and a small paint brush and filled in the letters.

Here is my finished sign. I LOVE it!!!
 
I hope this little tutorial can help you to make your own sign or signs. :)
 
Happy crafting!