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What Can You CREATE in 5 Minutes?

Hi dear crafty friends!
What Can You CREATE in 5 Minutes? Will you be surprised if I answered... "a lot!"? You will be surprised how easy, fast but beautiful projects you can create in only 5 minutes. Here are a few:
 


What Can You CREATE in 5 Minutes?
Eraser Bulletin Board
This fast project will solve all your memory problems! You'll never forget what you need to do when you have a pretty bulletin board in front of your eyes. You can give it your personal touch by changing things around. Click HERE to watch the step by step video.
 


Cards Box
Cards Box set complete …

Organize Your Crafting Papers

Hi dear crafty friends!
2018 is here! Let's commit ourselves to using our stash this year. In order to do that you first need to Organize Your Crafting Papers. We all have so many papers that are usually not too organized. I have a full proof and easy way to get all your papers organized so let's get started!
 


Organize Your Crafting Papers
1. Storage system
You can store your paper horizontally or vertically. I recommend the vertical way. It allows you to fit more papers and it takes up less space. There are many vertical boxes that you can purchase to store your …

Leftover Chipboard Mixed Media Canvas

Hi dear crafty friends!
Do you have a lot of chipboard leftovers? letters, pieces you can't find what to do with and even the chipboard sheets that held the shapes you already used. I don't throw them away and I have a LOT! So today i want to share with you how to create a Leftover Chipboard Mixed Media Canvas.

Leftover Chipboard Mixed Media Canvas
For this canvas I used an 8x8 canvas. First I added a little texture to the background with a stencil and modeling paste. Then I started adding leftover chipboard letters.
 


The next step was to add leftover chipboard sheets …