Last week I shared with you how I discovered American pickers, guess what I’ve also discover a new show Cash& Cari on HGTV. The premise is she set up estate sales and refurbish items to sell in her store. I could have been Cari, I use to get up at 5 AM on Fridays and Saturdays to attend Estate sales, then I realized I could have my own Estate sales out of my garage.
Every week we have our own show right here from all the artist that shares their treasures, like Pawn star you never know what amazing treasure will be link every week…Wow this week we hit the amazing mark of 200 linking participants how kewl is that eh? which means 200 friends to visit and have a super super party.
Beth’s great use of stencil to redo the cabinet
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Sandee created a stunning card by combining Crafty secrets, and cuttlebug with Spellbinders dies.
- Sandee1. Cut Crafty Secrets Fabric image from image sheet.2. Cut square frame with Spellbinders square dies.3. Cut Spellbinders Fleur de Lis square. Assemble all pieces together. 4. Glue lace to card base with Beacon 3-in-1 glue. Attach image squares to card base.5. Make bow with Bow Easy and attach to image with glue.
Ellen created this congratulations card by using coredination cardstock to create the sanded line.
I have created this vase by using a candlestick and a large hurricane glass. Here is the technique. I use the candlestick with E6000 glue to adhere the glass, I put a book on top of the glass for two days. I use the Hurricane glass so it will be safe to add candles.
I then etch the image from the Cricut Home Accent essential cartridge.
Glass Hurricane Jar, candlestick
Die Cut Machine: Provo Craft Cricut Expression, Home Accent Essential Cartridge, Cricut Vinyl, E6000 Glue
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