I saw this craft on Sweet Somethings Design. As soon as I saw it, I had to try it since I had a cool whip lid sitting downstairs on my counter. I didn't do it exactly like hers. I didn't have the nice glitter so I just used what I had on hand. Once I did the first one, I made another, then another. It was pretty fun. I only used the cool whip lid on one, the rest where made out of card stock that I cut out with pattern scissors.
First I had to cut out letters (I didn't have enough of the original so I made new ones), then I had to paint them and add glitter.
Here are a few that I had almost finished.
Here is a finished one.
I didn't have a chance to get pictures of the others that I finished before I shipped them off.
I got this craft from The Idea Room
I wanted soaps not hand sanitizer and the only ones that I could get had their own clear picture inside with some stickers on that back that depicted an ocean scene. I had a hard time getting it off, until I finally tried Goo Gone.
It took me a while to get it off of the 20 that I put together, but it finally worked.
Here is the final product. They turned out really cute.
This craft I figured out on my own.
Here are the final products.
I made these for my nieces. I wanted to make something that was personal and useful.
Here is how it started out.
This dresser was so damaged that I couldn't salvage it, so I decided to use some of the wood for other things.
I ripped off the drawer fronts, and stripped the first layer of paint off.
Then I stripped the second layer of paint off. I then had to sand it off really well, and repaint it.
I filled in the holes in the back and sanded it down. I didn't get pictures of the next part. I just primed it, painted it, then Mod Podged on the scrapbook paper.
After that I drilled holes for the hooks.
Finally, I screwed in the hooks. I had to screw in 50 hooks between the two jewelry boards. My hand hurt...a lot.
I also put on some fun little sayings. Then the last thing I did was to put their names on them for the finished product. I will be making more of these for my daughters, only they will be bag holders with larger hooks and less of them. I'm linking this project to these places.
Christmas Card Holder
One of the last things that I made just for fun this time, was my card holder. I saw this on Mom Endeavors, and decided to give it a try. I tried to put paper on at first with the idea of using Mod Podge, but changed my mind when it wasn't working.
Basically, I got a scrap piece of wood from my pile, and cut it to the size that I wanted. Then I wrapped some material around and used a hot glue gun to secure it to the back. Then I got some ribbon that I had on hand and cut it the length I wanted and used the hot glue gun to secure it to the back as well. Finally, I attached a picture hanger so I could hang it up. I decided not to do the other piece of wood like she did on the blog.
Then I cut out letters and once again used the hot glue gun to put them on the front (I did this without a Cricket, although a Cricket would have been so much easier and less time consuming) and added the bows. I made a few more bows, painted my clothes pins white and glued the bows on, and that was it.
It was a lot of fun, and now I have something for next year! Although, I might use a different ribbon. I only used this one, because I have so much of it!
Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas season! Thanks for visiting!