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Shake it Up! August Bonus Project for Craft Project Central

Hello!  

This month I am a Guest Designer at Craft Project Central.  This means that every couple of days during the month I'll be posting sneak peek photos of projects that you may want to check out.  To do this, you'll need to subscribe to Craft Project Central to see the step-by-step tutorials.  Some time during the month, I'll be giving away a one month subscription to Craft Project Central, so be sure to check back from time to time (hint-hint:  see my post on August 16th--today's the last day to qualify!).  Here's the bonus project for August.

Shake it  Up SP

Who doesn’t love a shaker card…or a shaker tag!  This project includes instructions for three ways to create simple shaker cards…and matching shaker tags!   Featuring the Designer Tin of Cards Stamp Set and colorful papers, this project uses sequins and punches…for sparkle and color…to create fun, interactive cards and tags that everyone is sure to love!

This great project comes to you designed by Sue Plote.  You can get the instructions for Sue’s project, in one of three ways:  subscribe to two or months in a row at Craft Project Central, OR put the Craft Project Central badge on your blog, or by referring a friend and when they subscribe, let the admins at Craft Project Central know.  

 

Robertssiggy


A Sweet Birthday Ensemble for Craft Project Central

Hello!  

This month I am a Guest Designer at Craft Project Central.  This means that every couple of days during the month I'll be posting sneak peek photos of projects that you may want to check out.  To do this, you'll need to subscribe to Craft Project Central to see the step-by-step tutorials.  Some time during the month, I'll be giving away a one month subscription to Craft Project Central, so be sure to check back from time to time (hint-hint:  see my post on August 16th).  Here's the tenth project for August.

A Sweet Birthday Ensemble SP

This beautiful Birthday Sweet and Cupcake themed ensemble is for that special girl or woman in your life.  It's for six guests but you could make more! All using beautiful designer series paper and cardstock. The die cut and embossed Happy Birthday Banner is adorable and can be used year after year. Sweet and simple invitations have a raised cupcake plus envelopes. The birthday card has a glimmer filled clear shaker underneath the cupcake.  There's a Thank You Note Book to record gifts, the year and important information about the birthday. Can't forget the tiny Goody Bags and lastly, six simple Thank You Cards finish this ensemble.

This great project comes to you designed by Carole Anne Patterson. To get the instructions for Carole Anne’s project, just subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Carole Anne a comment on her project.

Robertssiggy


Colorful Fiesta Quilt Designs for Craft Project Central

Hello!  

This month I am a Guest Designer at Craft Project Central.  This means that every couple of days during the month I'll be posting sneak peek photos of projects that you may want to check out.  To do this, you'll need to subscribe to Craft Project Central to see the step-by-step tutorials.  Some time during the month, I'll be giving away a one month subscription to Craft Project Central, so be sure to check back from time to time (hint-hint:  see my post on August 16th).  Here's the ninth project for August.

Colorful Fiesta Quilt Designs SP

Quilting is a popular craft and one that affords great opportunity to put vibrant colors and shapes to work.  With this tutorial, use a couple of quilting techniques and designer paper to create four festive birthday cards.  You’ll also learn how to use one punch and the Festive Birthday Designer Series Paper to create a bright and colorful home décor canvas that is sure to add a little happiness to any room where it’s placed.

This great project comes to you designed by Regina Andari. To get the instructions for Regina’s project, just subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Regina a comment on her project.

Robertssiggy


Lightning Bug Lantern Gift Set for Craft Project Central

Hello!  

This month I am a Guest Designer at Craft Project Central.  This means that every couple of days during the month I'll be posting sneak peek photos of projects that you may want to check out.  To do this, you'll need to subscribe to Craft Project Central to see the step-by-step tutorials.  Some time during the month, I'll be giving away a one month subscription to Craft Project Central, so be sure to check back from time to time (hint-hint:  see my post on August 16th).  Here's the eighth project for August.

Lightning Bug Lantern Gift Set SP

Light up your nights and hang on to summer a little bit longer with this shiny silver lantern. Add a battery powered tea light inside and it will remind you of seeing fireflies twinkling in the evening in summertime. You can hang the lantern for display from the attached ribbon so it can grace either your table or your walls. Bring a smile to someone’s face by gifting this beautiful lantern with the matching card and a set of note cards. This would be an excellent class project or hostess gift!

This great project comes to you designed by Amanda Corbet. To get the instructions for Amanda’s project, just subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Amanda a comment on her project.

Robertssiggy


Traveler Travel Log Gift Set for Craft Project Central

Hello!  

This month I am a Guest Designer at Craft Project Central.  This means that every couple of days during the month I'll be posting sneak peek photos of projects that you may want to check out.  To do this, you'll need to subscribe to Craft Project Central to see the step-by-step tutorials.  Some time during the month, I'll be giving away a one month subscription to Craft Project Central, so be sure to check back from time to time (hint-hint:  see my post on August 16th).  Here's the seventh project for August.

Traveler Travel Log Gift Set SP

A place to record memories and moments from your trip.  A place for a special friend to make quick sketches of sites and significant finds.  This Traveler Travel Log Gift Set is a perfect gift for yourself or for any explorer with the travel bug! In this project you will learn how to create a faux alligator finish using embossing powder and your bone folder.  You will also learn how to make a mini travel log with simple hand-sewn signatures. This gift set includes a mini travel log and a unique “suitcase” to hold the travel log.

This great project comes to you designed by Michelle Wecksler. To get the instructions for Michelle’s project, just subscribe to August over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Michelle a comment on her project.

Robertssiggy