Wilton (white) candy melts
Orange food coloring
Melt a bag of Wilton (white) candy melts in the microwave. Just a minute will do it. Add a few drops of orange food coloring while stirring until you reach your desired shade (took me 4 drops, your results may vary.) Pipe a blog of green frosting at the top and then draw the green frosting down a bit to look like a leaf. Place 1/4 of a pretzel stick into the green frosting.
I love adding a little nautical/beachiness to my home decor. Especially when it’s something you can bring outside for dinner parties and bbq’s. I spotted this DIY for nautical candle holders on A Pumpkin and A Princess. Best part is this DIY is super easy and affordable! Click through for the step by step.
thanks so much for your lovely entries and comments. It’s been very hard to choose with so many lovely entries.
It’s Wednesday again and time for another challenge at Addicted to Stamps and More. It is challenge #62 and Make your Mark!!!
This means colour to your heart’s content. For detailed rules of the challenge, click here.
Our sponsor for the month of September is The Paper Nest Dolls … and the winner’s prize will be a $25 gift voucher.
I found this lovely girlie image called Cupcakes Anyone in The Paper Nest Dolls’ shop a couple of weeks ago … and here is my DT piece using it:
I coloured the image using some Promarkers before die cutting the shape. Then I used my favourite technique for adding a faux layer, which works well if the image you’re using fills the frame well. I pierced a border as…
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Good morning crafters and happy hump day. I just wanted to pop on here quickly and post a card that arrived for our card color challenge here on the blog.
This card comes from Shellie McLearn.
Here is a peek at what she created:
I absolutely love this card Shellie. I LOVE Christmas cards and this one is no exception!!!
Thanks so much for playing along Shellie!!!!
There is still plenty of time to get your entries in for this month’s challenge on the blog. Here is the link to the blog post with all of the details.
Thanks again Shellie and Thanks for peeking in!!!
How pretty would this Ruffled CandyCorn look on your front door? After making yesterday’s Duct Tape Candy Corn Door Hanger, one idea lead to another and this Ruffled Candy Corn Door Décor was born. If you aren’t a fan of creepy Halloween decorations, this Ruffled Candy Corn Door Decor is a sweet alternative.
To make Ruffled Candy Corn Door Décor, you’ll need:
- STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam: 12” x 18” x 1” sheet (if this size is not available, use a larger sheet and save the remaining foam for a later use)
- Fabric: 1/3 yd. each yellow and orange, and 1/8 yd. white
- Ribbon, 3/8” wide in candy corn print
- Low-temp glue gun
- Tools needed: Scissors; serrated knife; old candle or bar of soap; pencil; newspaper; ruler; straight pins; wire knippers; optional: sewing machine
To make Ruffled Candy Corn Door Décor:
1. Using a pencil…
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