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Something to decorate with...

Altering things for our homes is a fun way to pass the time, 
its a great way to save money and you can create something fun
that you can say you did and give a
huge proud smile to everyone who see's it !!
 You can also find some cool thing at a flea market and refurbish
it to make it new again to give to someone special you love :)

Our Design Team created these things today 
to decorate with and we hope you get some great
ideas to make something today for yourself....

"Heart Wreath" by Jodi Wilton
Products used:  IA001, IA002, IA003, IA006
Other products used: 3 ring circle wooden wreath, spellbinders basic hearts, 
silhouette machine, black and white cardstock

Notes:  I die cut two different sized hearts and layered
 them behind and on top of the circle. I popped up the smaller hearts
 using best creation foam tape. I die cut the big heart and the title from my silhouette machine.

"Altered Lampshade" by Karen Thind

Tip:  to punch the butterflies out, I peeled the silver off of the
 backing and then it was so easy to cut with the punch :)

                                                                  Supplies : Best Creation Silver Glitter Cardstock,
 MS Butterfly punch, TIm Holtz ribbon.

"Rock Star Wall Art" by our Guest Designer Mireille Divjak

Mireille used lots of paints and chipboard pieces that she
had already to go with her project and that makes it all the more
fun to do because you can use anything that you
have in the house and paint it up a bit to match!

Patterned Paper: Best Creation Inc. Rock Star  #RS003 #RS004 #RS007
Stickers #RS013
Chipboard #RS014

Be sure and check back this week for lots of fun
ideas for mini albums and things to do with our
6x6 pads...  Our DT is going to wow you!!!!


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