Goeiedag or in English hello!!
It’s Ellen here today (from now on I’ll be teaching you some Dutch words – hihi!).
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I like to make something different than a card. That’s why I’ve got two DIY (Do It Yourself) projects to show today!
The first thing I did was easier than I thought it would be. I transferred a digital image (here Tia and Fluffy) onto a pencil case. If you are interested in making this project, you need a non-printed pencil case (or a t-shirt, something else) and transfer paper. The instructions on the transfer paper will tell you how to do it (mostly you iron the image onto your object).
The second project is a homemade keychain. This is something super fun! For this you need charms, paper, a small stamp, Glossy Accents (Crackle Accents work great for a vintage look!) and maybe some extra charms. First you make your design for the inside of the charm (on this one I used different items from the Cat Lady Kaylee clear stamp set). Once you have your design all set you can cut out the circle (with dies, a punch or even with scissors). After that you glue your circle in the charm and put glossy accents over the circle. Let it dry (this takes a while) then you can customize it however you like.
Have an awesome weekend, and don’t forget on Monday we’re back with a new release!!!