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Classroom Wednesdays: Paper Wreath!

paper wreath

Is this not gorgeous??  I love it!  And though may be a little time consuming, it really isn’t terribly difficult to make.  See what I mean here at The Red Thread.

Classroom Wednesdays: Christmas Card Tutorial!

christmas ornament card

I totally fell in love with the 3D effect of this Christmas card–be sure to check out the instructions here at Bo Bunny.  Enjoy!

Classroom Wednesdays: Butterfly Mobile

butterfly mobile

With the temperature getting warmer and warmer, I thought this butterfly mobile by Auntie Recreates would be seasonally appropriate.  It is also a way to reuse some cardboard that you may have laying about the house, waiting to be recycled and repurposed into something pretty.  Now who wouldn’t like that?

Classroom Wednesdays: Fabric Tape

fabric tape

Talk about a fun way to dress up a package–fabric tape!  And the possibilites for patterns are as endless the varying types of fabric.  Too cool!  See how to create this versatile tape here at Annekata’s blog.

Classroom Wednesdays: A Layout with a Twist!

bo bunny layout

It’s a layout but it’s definately MORE than that too.  With an unique twist, it’s almost a mini album…but not.  To see what I mean, head on over to the Bo Bunny blog and check out the tutorial.  You’ll be glad you did!

Classroom Wednesdays: Creating a Scallop Border

scallop border

Now you can get more mileage out of your circle punch and use it to make homemade scallops.  So easy!  See it here and get punchin’!

Classroom Wednesdays: Creating Icicles


I realize it’s not really the time of year for this but I wanted to share with you now in case I forgot to do it later.  You can create your own icicle effect using Crystal Effects (though I am thinking Diamond Glaze would work here as well).  Visit Julie at her blog to see how easy it really is.

Classroom Wednesdays: Altered Birdhouse


For those of you who like to think outside the box, this tutorial is for you.  How beautiful would this look on a mantel?  Gorgeous!  Visit Prima to get the step by step instructions on how to create this amazing piece.

Classroom Wednesdays: Paper Flowers (and a lampshade!)

paper flowers lampshade

K, seriously, is that not the prettiest lamp?  Why can’t I come up with this stuff on my own???  LOL  Thankfully you and I  don’t have to.  Visit Teresa Collins’ site to learn how to create these fabulous flowers and, if you’re really crafty, how to make that amazing lamp shade.  Have fun!

Classroom Wednesdays: Felt Sand Dollars

felt sanddollars

I thought these were really special.  Wouldn’t they look great on a beach page?  So creative!  Visit the Happy Together blog to see how it’s all done.