Here is a 3 in 1 lamination machine we got to try and it works great. I love that it has a built in (removable) Paper Cutter and the machine laminates bigger than a letter size paper. I do wish the paper cutter was more heavy duty but for the price and quality of the lamination machine itself I am super impressed. . Product Link: https://amzn.to/2OeJtaj . #homeoffice#crafting#laminating
Hurray, my new toy arrived today!!! I can’t wait to use it to customize clothes for my kiddos. This deal from HSN was such a good value. PSA to anyone considering one of these, you can get it 15% off with a new customer email coupon code and it came with both the pad and storage tote so I got all of it for less than the normal price for the Easy Press 2 alone.... (not an ad, just sharing the sweet find). Now what to make first? #cricut#easypress2#mint#crafting#whattomake
And then there’s this cute-as-a-button bear! (I had him looking a little sad-sackish so I added the stitched smile!) He and his floating hearts are from the Bear, Oh My! Set from Spellbinders. Plus the Wild About You sentiment dies. Super cute combo! . . . .@teamspellbinders #neverstopmaking#spellbinders #crafting#cardmaking#handmadecards#handcraft#scrapcard#papercrafting#papercrafts#handmade#scrapbooking#stamping#rubberstamp
Please welcome our new blog contributor, @bytheyardcomics! You can find Jen’s comics on our blog twice monthly. 😃 From this week’s post: What if you’ve found the perfect fabric and you just can’t bear to break out the scissors? Maybe it’s too beautiful to see the design in little pieces. Maybe you have a severe case of FOMO (fear of missing out), knowing that if you use it all up for this project, you won’t have anything left for a different, possibly better project that you might think of later… after it’s too late. What to do? ...head to our blog to read more! Link in bio.
Kristy's latest embroidery project. After her 80 hour cross stitch project she finished last month she wanted something a bit easier to play with and found this kit @joann_stores and it took her less than two weeks to finish versus four months! There really is something to say about doing smaller easier projects after the back breaking ones. You know what we mean? How do you recover after finishing a long project? Do you need some rest or do you just hop back in?