Monday, May 20, 2013

Washi Tape Pin Wheel Flower

Hi, everyone!  I'm up again on the Love My Tapes blog, this time giving a little tutorial on how to make a washi tape pin wheel flower using Spellbinders Labels Twenty-Four die.  :) 




Hop on over to the Love My Tapes blog and check it out!

Thanks for stopping by!
Janice :)


Monday, May 6, 2013

How to make a Fabric Bow using LMT Fabric tapes!

Hi, everyone!  Head on over to the Love My Tapes blog where I show ya how to create this fabric tape bow!

Stamp set used is "Pears" by Flourishes.

Thanks for stopping by!!!

Much love,
Janice :)

Saturday, May 4, 2013

LMT + Pretty Little Studio blog hop winner!

Hi, everyone!  Just a quick announcement about my giveaway winner!  I used random.org and got these results:

True Random Number Generator  
Result:
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Congrats to:
Blogger Stacia Brandt said...
Beautiful cards! So inspiring!!
                                                                  April 30, 2013 at 9:09 AM
 
Stacia, email me (or post a comment on this post)  your address and I will mail you your LMT and PLS goodies!!!! 


Blessings to you all!  Make sure to come back on Monday for my LMT post!  I will be showing a little tutorial on making that bow that I got rave reviews during the blog hop!  :) 

Janice :)

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

A little jewelry crafting :)

Click HERE if you're here for the Love My Tapes + Pretty Little Studio blog hop.  



Hey, y'all!  Today I have a couple of bracelets I made last night.  I was at Hobby Lobby perusing their beading aisle and came upon this beauty of a project page:
I love nature inspired jewelry and this bracelet was calling my name (and those cute earrings, too!).  :) I had a few beads at home already that I knew would work so after purchasing the adorable dragonfly and filigree bead caps, I got to work!

Here is how it turned out:
I totally love it!

Here is an up-close shot of the wire wrapping that I think adds such a fun, industrial chicness to it.  :)


To create the hook on the clasp, you simply bend the dragonfly's tail inward with a pair of round nose pliers.  Isn't that so fun?


I had made a bracelet a looooooooong time ago but it wasn't quite large enough and broke pretty quickly.  I'd been storing the beads waiting for a time to put it back together and I finally did so!  It is VERY basic but I love the size, color and texture of the beads.
I used a magnetic clasp to finish it off (one of my favorite clasps!).


Well, thanks so much for stopping by for this "beading edition" of MadetoCreate!  Lol!

Blessings, 
Janice