July Craft Tips

Here are a few craft tips for the month of July! Hope they help! Oh and if you have a tip you would like to share please feel free to leave a comment in the comment section!

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Baking paper: Not Just for Cookies!

Freezer Paper Never in a million years did I think freezer paper had more than one use. Turns out it does! I saw a blog post of a woman who uses freezer paper to make inexpensive stencils. Not everyone has $175-$250 bucks to buy a Cricut or a Silhouette to make a stencil. You can […]

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HELP! My Brush Needs CPR!

    I cannot tell you how many times I have forgotten to rinse out my brush and the next day it is all crusty and nasty. Do not fear.  Sometimes you can save that favorite brush.  I am going to show you how.  Please note, these tips will make your brush useable but will […]

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Brushes (Yes! Even A Toothbrush)

Ah, paint brushes, so many types and styles that create so many neat strokes. To be honest, I am not much of a painter.  But I do love experimenting with different textures when I paint. I have some fun ways to get an even cooler, more unique brush stroke on that boring canvas or that […]

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More Glitter, More Problems (How To Get Rid Of It)

Ah, Glitter. Admit it:  you love it and hate it!  As a crafter I enjoy using glitter but hate how it ends up everywhere: on your face, on your hands, on your clothes. Even worse, what if you spilled glitter all over, what do you do?  Well here are some tips I have come to […]

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Inexpensive paint pallets

If you’re like me, I hate spending money on certain craft things that I think are a waste, for example, paint pallets.  Is it just me or are those circles just not big enough to hold the paint?   Then it seems no matter how you try, the paint all seems to mix together.  Or […]

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Glue Guns: Low Temp vs. High Temp

For the longest time, I assumed a glue gun was a glue gun, and some were just hotter than others. As I started crafting more, I realized there is  a difference in temperatures and also size of glue sticks. So what do you use? How do you know what is appropriate? I recall once I […]

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