Welcome to part six of my Fourth Blogoversary Celebration. The boxes are getting pretty full but there is room for a few more things.
Thanks for all of the great organizing tips you have been passing along for the answer to yesterday's question. It is clear to me that my problem is that I do have a dedicated space for crafting and I can (and do!) leave bits and pieces from my projects wherever they land until I can't find a clear spot to work! I do put tools away but I tend to leave all of the scraps and rejected bits and pieces piling up on the island. Sometimes this gives me an idea of a way to use something that I hadn't considered and other times it makes me avoid my craft table - not good for creativity!
Here is how the giveaway works:
Just like last year, I have three boxes that I will be filling with gifts that I'll send to three blog readers. Each day I'll add more things to the boxes until they are full and ready to ship. You can comment on every post until the boxes are full to maximize your chance to be chosen by random draw. You don't have to be a follower or a subscriber to win, however, if you enjoy my blog, subscribing by email will help you make sure that you don't miss anything - just click HERE and fill in your address, then reply to the confirmation email to be added to the list. If you prefer to "follow" you can do that by clicking "Join this site" at the top of the right side column.
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The second item today is a sheet of red flocked contact paper (about 8 x 12 inches). It is a bright red but photographed even brighter. This cuts easily in my machines - it is about the same as cutting vinyl. I hsve used this for cards to get the effect of flocking without the mess.
Here is one of the cards - you can see the details about creating it at THIS POST.
There is some more info at THIS POST - I have also found this material in blue and black and used it for a card I made for Scrappy-go-Lucky last year.
Here is the question for today - be sure to answer it in a comment below.
What materials have you used in your crafting that are not typical papercrafting items. I think the fuzzy contact paper is actually intended to be used on the bottom of candlesticks and bookends to keep them from scratching the table. Where do you look for craft materials aside from typical craft stores? What was your best "find?"
Thanks for stopping by - I hope you have a wonderful day!
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