Baby Card tutorial

There are so many designs for a baby card. But for this baby (first born of a dear friend of mine) I wanted to make something special, something different. I thought about it for a long time and one day it came…the perfect idea! A knitted card! The card is really easy to make (if you know how to knit): 1. Knit a square that is a little bigger than the card you want to use. 2. When finished wrap the card with the knitted piece (the same as you wrap a book with paper) and adhere to secure. 3. Add embellishments. I added a small sock attached a safety pin and added stars, ribbons and a title. I “hanged” the sock with two small laundry pins I painted blue. You can make a pink version for a baby girl. Have fun creating! Einat

Clock canvas (number 2)

You really liked the clock canvas I did last year. So much that it was voted by all my readers as the favorite project of the year. Here is a new clock canvas I recently did that I wanted to share with you.  On this canvas I tried two new things. First, I created two separate canvases with the same theme, color palette and coordinating embellishments. Then I combined the two pieces into one by attaching the two canvases with a flowerpot hanger. The big canvas was the “wall” that held the hanger and the smaller canvas hanged from it. Second, layers. Not layers of paper, but layers of canvas. I adhered a small size canvas on the big one to add more dimension a difference of height. One of the things I like to do on canvases is to write with a pen nib. I wrote one of my favorite quotes with black ink on the bog canvas and …

You and Me – Creative Journaling – DCC Blog Hop

What a better way to open the new year then a creative inspiring blog hop with my designer friends from the Designer Craft Connection! This month our theme is journaling. The magic of words, a collection of letters telling a story, a memory, a feeling.  My creation is a layout with a very special photo: a photo of my mom and my aunt when they were little girls. This layout is part of a birthday scrapbook I’m making for my mom’s 60th birthday. It’s going to be a unique scrapbook because all the journaling is going to be  written by different family members. Each layout will have the story from the point of view of the person in the photo. For example: my boys will write the journaling on the layouts showing their photos, with all their feelings, experiences, memories and love for their grandmother. The journaling on this layout is going to be written by my aunt, her sister. The layout has a …

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