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(6) X-Card Tutorial | Friendship day card ideas | Handmade card tutorial | Raksha bandhan card ideas | - YouTube

(6) X-Card Tutorial | Friendship day card ideas | Handmade card tutorial | Raksha bandhan card ideas | - YouTube

Homemade Clear Embossing Ink....You need 1 tsp of petroleum jelly, I used the classic, Vaseline. Mix in 1/8 capful of vegetable oil.Then mix in 1/8 capful of alcohol to dilute. Mix together. It doesn't make a lot but it does make more than enough to rehydrate your ink pad.

Homemade Clear Embossing Ink....You need 1 tsp of petroleum jelly, I used the classic, Vaseline. Mix in 1/8 capful of vegetable oil.Then mix in 1/8 capful of alcohol to dilute. Mix together. It doesn't make a lot but it does make more than enough to rehydrate your ink pad.

Nice Cuttlebug Embossing Technique for embossing around a circle using Cuttlebug Corners embossing folders.

Nice Cuttlebug Embossing Technique for embossing around a circle using Cuttlebug Corners embossing folders.

Cuttlebug: got one! A whole new world of crafting possibilties has opened! And my wallet emptied ;-)

Cuttlebug: got one! A whole new world of crafting possibilties has opened! And my wallet emptied ;-)

These Pixie Cups look totally adorable and are also functional and super useful.  While this is great tutorial for sewist of all level, it makes a great opportunity for beginners to practice their circle skills. Find the Pixie Cup Tutorial here. Get a weekly summary of new patterns sent to your inbox …  Continue reading →

These Pixie Cups look totally adorable and are also functional and super useful. While this is great tutorial for sewist of all level, it makes a great opportunity for beginners to practice their circle skills. Find the Pixie Cup Tutorial here. Get a weekly summary of new patterns sent to your inbox … Continue reading →

This Slow Cooker Baked Ziti is actually made completely in the crockpot -- even the pasta! It is so much easier than the traditional version but packs all of the same flavor!

This Slow Cooker Baked Ziti is actually made completely in the crockpot -- even the pasta! It is so much easier than the traditional version but packs all of the same flavor!