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I'm so excited to be a part of the Simon Says Stamp STAMPtember® Blog hop!Here's a teeny weeny sneak peek of the card I created for the blog hop (using my new Chair stamps with Stampers Anonymous - love these stamps!), make sure to hop on over to Simon Says Stamp, to see the whole project!I have a special shopping discount code for you to use too! Here's the code: hellmuth This will give you 20% off all Claudine Hellmuth products from 9/16/13 through and until 11:59pm EST 9/30/13. whoo hoo!! thanks Simon Says Stamp!!
I always love hearing about how other designers and artists develop their ideas. So I thought I would share with you a little bit of my process for designing my two newest kits for my Etsy shop! 1) a customer asked me if I had any cotton candy themed items... which then got my wheels turning. I love cotton candy so I was excited to try out a new design! I thought about it for two days even started a couple designs that just weren't working out, then I sketched out this little drawing late at night before going to bed.2) the next morning I was anxious to see if my idea would work so I started working on the bag/box template structure, which involves a lot of folding of paper and measuring until i get a shape I like. Once I got the template down, I put one together and sketched out my idea (very roughly!) on the side to see if it would work. 3) At this stage I am laying out the general color and making the template the correct size. Another rough sketch on top for placement, then there are many, many, (so many!) design revisions before moving on to step 4) after much gnashing of teeth and fretting over teeny tiny design tweaks the finished design is ready and finished! And here's the cotton candy stand all finished and ready to go in my Etsy shop! it's sized perfectly to fit wrapped candies, mini candy bars, gift cards, and other small goodies, perfect for birthday parties or to use as a gift card box! And then while I was at it, I thought the box shape would also fit perfectly for a Popcorn Stand kit! Great for carnival, circus or movie themed parties and events! And just like the Cotton Candy stand, this box fits wrapped candies, mini candy bars, gift cards, and other small goodies (popcorn of course!) or use as a gift card box. And the best part - because it's printable you can print and make as many as you like! I've got other "stand" ideas in the works too, lemonade, cupcake.....maybe even a doughnut stand!!
Goodbye August and hello September! I've got new Fall and back to school themed candy, cupcake and treat box kits in my Etsy shop!
- Pencil Candy boxes printable - perfect for a last minute teacher gift, these pencil candy boxes go together quickly!
- School Bus cupcake and favor box printable kit - everyone loves a cupcake! This school bus holds two regular sized cupcakes or three mini cupcakes!
- Apple Candy boxes printable kit - just right for Fall themed parties or as a teacher appreciation gift. They also look cute displayed in a bowl in our kitchen!
- School House cookie and favor box printable kit - adorable school box shaped cookie box, holds more than just cookies, use it as a favor box for small gifts, gift cards or as a school themed party centerpiece!
It's time for a giveaway! Sweetopia featured my printables on her blog and we're doing a giveaway together. Yippee! 4 winners will win a printable of their choice from my etsy shop, and she's got some other exciting prizes available too: a easy roller cake pop maker and adorable earrings from Busted Button. Click here to enter to win, contest is open until Sunday!
Thanks to ScrapTime for filming one of my demos at the CHA Summer Show. In this video I show how to create a faux leather or pleather using Sticky Back Canvas, embossing powders and my new stencils with Ranger!
Don't miss the fabulous cuff bracelet that my friend Carmi created with this technique! And click here to watch the video right now on ScrapTime's blog!
I was thrilled to be a guest on the Freelance Radio Show! In this episode with Kristen Fischer and John Mitchell, we talk about creativity, deadlines, work/life balance (is there such a thing?) and we also talk about my favorite creative ipad app for cats! Click here to take a listen, or subscribe in itunes so you'll never miss an episode!
I'm so excited to announce the new products that I am launching with Ranger at the Create N Connect show in Las Vegas next week!
First up are 6 new stencil designs. These stencils go perfectly with the other stencils in the Claudine Hellmuth Studio line as well as the clear stamps too! Here's a little sneak peek of the stencil press release visit the Ranger web site for the complete announcement!
Here are a couple of little canvas samples with the new stencils designs. I love the tea pot and the blender! But wait! There's more! I've also got 6 new stamp designs that are coming out with Ranger & Stampers Anonymous. You can see the complete collection on the Ranger web site.Here's a little catalog insert preview! I think my favorite set is the chairs! Or maybe the wedding.. or maybe the school or the tea sets! I really can't decide! I had so much fun drawings these designs, I hope you love them too :)
This post is part of The Declaration of You's BlogLovin' Tour, which I'm THRILLED to participate in alongside over 100 other creative bloggers. Learn more here!! For the Success Week of the blog tour I was asked to post a little bit about success! This got me thinking about how a few months ago an illustration student asked me to answer some questions for a paper she was writing..... One of the questions she asked was about was when I felt like I had made it and truly achieved success, and so I thought I'd share my answer here with you! Here is what I wrote to her: As with any career there is not one one golden ticket that launches you into "being there" and then you can sit back, relax and everything else is easy from there on out. I've done some really thrilling things over the years. I was on the Martha Stewart Show and crafted with her live on TV, I've worked with amazing clients like Smart Car and The Saturday Evening Post, I had a product line and appeared on the Home Shopping Network.Now that I've been working for myself as an artist and illustrator for 12 years I can say that there are many wins along the way where you feel like "ok here we go!! this is it!! this is SUCCESS, I can now relax!" but then there are just as many set backs where you start to wonder what the heck you are doing. Being in business for yourself is a real roller coaster ride. But just like any roller coaster there are some really scary parts and some really exciting parts, and when you get to the end you look to your friend and say "let's go again!" I can’t wait to be a part of The Declaration of You’s Facebook party this Friday at 9:30-10a PST/11:30a-12p CST/12:30-1p EST. We’ll be chatting in real time about TOPIC over at facebook.com/TheDeclarationOfYou. Hope you can join us! Click here!The Declaration of You will be published by North Light Craft Books this summer, with readers getting all the permission they've craved to step passionately into their lives, discover how they and their gifts are unique and uncover what they are meant to do! Find more info and order the book at http://thedeclarationofyou.com!
The fabulous Lesley Riley is giving away a spot in her Create with TAP Transfer Artist Paper online class and you can enter to win right here on this blog post!
In the class, Lesley will show you how create transfers on a variety of surfaces and then you will get to make a book to put all of your transfers in! To enter to win a spot in the class, just leave a comment here on this blog post.
Contest closes Friday July 5th at 5pm EST!
** contest is now CLOSED! scroll down to see winner details! **
HOW TO ENTER: Comment on this blog post and one winner will have a chance to win one spot in Lesley's Online Class - Create with TAP. One winner will be selected at random using random.org on Friday July 5th at 5pm EST. No purchase necessary to enter. Please make sure to leave your email when you comment if you don't have that info on your profile so I can contact you!
ALSO for more fun goodies ... make sure to visit Lesley’s blog to enter to win a 5 sheet package of TAP!
*** This contest is now CLOSED! Congrats to the winner "Pupton"!! I'll forward your contact info to Lesley and she will get you set up for the class! thanks everyone for playing!! ***Want even more chances to win? Check out these other great blogs!!
June 27 – Karen Watson — The Graphics Fairy
June 28 – Judy Coates Perez – Judy Coates Perez
June 29 – Theresa Wells Stifel – Stifel & Capra
June 30 – Lynn Krawczyk – Fiber Artysta
July 1 – Claudine Hellmuth – Claudine Hellmuth
July 2 – Gina Rossi Armfield – Joyful Purpose
July 3 – Carolyn Dube – A Colorful Journey
July 4 – Liz Kettle – Stitch Journeys
July 5 – Jane LaFazio – Janeville
July 6 – Joanne Sharpe – Whimspirations
July 7 – Pam Carriker – Pam Carriker
July 8 – Theresa Martin – Theresa Martin
I'm only teaching at ONE live workshop event for 2013 and here are the details! I'll be at Art Unraveled in Phoenix teaching my 3 most popular classes:
Tuesday July 30th - Solving the Composition Conundrum
Wednesday July 31st - Adventures in Color
Thursday August 1st - Collage Discovery Workshop
Click the class links above for all the details and visit the Art Unraveled main web site to register! I hope you'll be able to come!
If you can't make it out to Arizona I'm teaching a brand NEW online class starting in just a few weeks. More info right here!
I've got a GIVEAWAY for you today! The fabulous May Flaum is offering me one spot in her NEW online class - Camp Scrap - to give away to one of you!ABOUT CAMP SCRAP
UPDATE - WE HAVE A WINNER! winner has been picked! scroll down to view winner!
This 4-week workshop includes all the fun, instruction, and inspiration you'd find at an in-person scrapbooking retreat. But you get to participate entirely from home in your shorts and flip-flops (or whatever counts as your comfort gear for summer). A veteran BPC instructor who has taught thousands of satisfied students, May practices a "zero pressure, no rules, happy crafting" philosophy. She'll inspire you to let go, work at your own pace, and have the time of your life! You can watch every video and try every single project and technique—or you can pick and choose those that speak to you. You can spend most of your time socializing on the message boards, or you can quietly craft in the comfort of your home. Learn more about this class here!
HOW TO ENTER:
Comment on this blog post and one winner will have a chance to win one spot in May's new online class Camp Scrap. One winner will be selected at random using random.org on Tuesday May 28th at 5pm EST. No purchase necessary to enter. Please make sure to leave your email when you comment if you don't have that info on your profile so I can contact you!
Thanks for playing!UPDATE WE HAVE A WINNER! winner has been picked! Congrats to Anita B!!! Anita - send me an email (claudine at collageartist dot com) and I'll get your info over to May so she can register you for Camp Scrap!! PS. May is also one of the 20 AMAZING contributors in my new online class with Big Picture Classes called Technique Toolbox. Learn more right here!
I can’t wait to share with you my top 25all-time-favorite mixed media techniques in my brand new 5 week online class Technique Toolbox! You’ll learn all variety of methods from building backgrounds, image transfers, photo tinting, and working with paints and mediums. If you’ve never worked with paint before, don’t worry! I’ll take the mystery out of the process and if you are comfortable with mixed media materials there will be plenty of techniques for you to experiment with too.Also this isn’t a class just about paint. We’ll be working with scrapbook papers, and photos in new ways with a variety of image transfer techniques!Here’s the format for the class: every weekday Monday-Friday I’ll have a detailed instruction video for you where I’ll walk you through a new technique, a total of 5 techniques a week. We’ll use Saturdays and Sundays for catching up so don’t worry, I promise you won’t get behind! We’ll have some exciting guest designer projects so you can see their interpretation of the technique and then you can try it for yourself!As soon as you register for the class, you’ll create a super cute and extra special “technique tool box” that I’ve designed for you to download and print. Throughout the class, you’ll also receive 25 technique cards with directions that will fit perfectly in your toolbox!
At the end of class you’ll have a Technique Toolbox full of 25 technique cards and ready for you to add more of your own!And don’t worry if you forget a technique, and want to re-watch a video after class is over, you’ll have FOREVER access to this class so you can always go back and get a refresher! READY TO SIGN UP? CLICK HERE! CLASS INCLUDES:
ALL FOR JUST $50!!Well actually if you sign up right now it will be $45! Woweee!!! Ready to Sign up? CLICK HERE!
- 25 in-depth instructional technique videos
- 25 printable technique recipe cards with instructions
- 6 printable technique card dividers
- Specially designed printable toolbox to hold all your technique cards
- Bonus content with guest designers showing projects using the techniques
- Welcome videos each week
- Instructional video on how to assemble your toolbox
- Downloadable images for transfer techniques
- Message board to share your thoughts with your classmates and interact with Claudine
- Private posting gallery to share your work and view the work of your classmates
- Supply list with live links to product resources
- Class syllabus
- Reminder emails when the classroom is updated with new materials
- Email access to Claudine
- Forever access to class materials in the private BPC classroom
READY TO SIGN UP? CLICK HERE!
- Is this class open to International students? - YES! That's what is so great about online classes no matter where you are you can take it!
- Do I have to buy Claudine Hellmuth Studio products to take the class? No you don't at all. I suggest watching the videos to see which techniques you love and then using supplies that you may already have. Most of the supplies are simple items like paints, mediums and things you probably already have in your art stash.
- Do I have to be "present" each day to take the class? no you don't! you can follow along as the class progresses, or check in periodically and download the directions, watch the videos at your leisure!It is *best* if you can follow along with the class as I'll be able to comment on your work and help you, but if you are out of town, don't worry, you won't miss out on any details and you can catch up at any time!
- When does the class start? July 15th
- How much is the class? $50 for 5 weeks of instruction! That's only $1.42 a day!
- How long does the class stay active for those who registered? Students will have "forever access" to the class materials, which means that class will end August 18th (so there will no longer be teacher interaction), but students can go back at any point in time (as long as BPC exists) and access the class materials, gallery and message board! WOW!
- I am just starting making art/collage: that's great! You'll get a jump just by learning these fun techniques. It's a great place to start and just play and have fun!
- I've been doing art and collage for a long time: You can never learn too many techniques in my book! We all have our own ways of doing things and I bet I've got some new things that you can incorporate into your work!
- Will it work on my ipad? Yes! you can lie on the couch and watch all the videos right on your ipad!
- I've taken your other online classes, is this one the same? This one is all NEW. If you follow me closely and watch every single video, or have read all of my books etc etc, you may have seen a few of these techniques before. I have updated them with new tips, fresh videos and of course our amazing contributors will show you how they use the techniques in their work! Also I will be there answering all of your questions!
If you have any other questions that I didn't cover just post them in the comments and I will answer!
FTC Disclosure: links in this post are affiliate links. If you click and purchase my class, I will earn a small referral fee. I appreciate your clicks and support!
New freebie alert!! I've created a free printable summer party invitation for you! This little invite is perfect for poolside parties, birthdays and backyard cookouts! You can download it, and edit the text right in the PDF file to customize the wording for your parties! Fits size A6 envelopes too! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PRINTABLE INVITATION! -- file is approx 2MB To download from the preview widget above, click the arrow button on the bottom right. This will save the high res file to your computer! NOTE: Make sure to open in Adobe Acrobat which you can get here for free so that way you can edit the text!Links on pinterest, twitter, facebook etc are very much appreciated! Spread the word! Complete your summer party theme with these fun Ice Pop favor boxes! Each delicious-looking popsicle shaped box fits wrapped candies, mini candy bars, gift cards, and other small goodies, perfect for your party guests!! You can get this printable kit over in my Etsy shop here! Don't miss any freebies! Make sure to sign up for my email list here:
I am super excited to announce that Sweetopia featured my retro oven boxes on her blog!! And the best part is we are doing a GIVEAWAY together!! 3 winners will win a printable of their choice from my etsy shop!!
I've also got a special coupon code for you too! Hop on over to Sweetopia's blog to grab a shop coupon code to use in my etsy shop right now!
Click here to enter the giveaway, get a delicious Golden Vanilla cupcake recipe and the coupon code!! Weeee!!!
I was always a picky eater. When I would go over to a friends house and eat something, my friends' Mom would call my Mom and excitedly say "she ate such and so!"
Then my mom would race to the store get whatever it was that I had eaten at my friends house and cook it for me in the hopes I would eat it at home.
"It doesn't taste the same as it did at Jennifer's" I would say picking at my food for the 100th time. Wow! Pretty bratty right?
When I think of all the meals that my Mom cooked for me and desperately tried to get me to eat (sometimes successfully and sometimes not) I want to give her a big hug! Thanks Mom!! I am sorry I was such a picky eater!!
Not only is this a fun inexpensive gift ($4.99) that takes just a few minutes make, I've got a 10% coupon for you too! Click here to grab your coupon code then hop on over to my Etsy Shop to get your retro oven printable kit!This is one of my favorite photos of my Mom in her 20's when she was working for The Sunday Express in Johannesburg. She's sitting on the shoulders of Mr Universe! Love this photo! Happy Mother's Day Mom!! Hopefully you weren't as picky an eater as I was, but you can still let Mom know how much you appreciate all the meals she has cooked for you by making her this cute little retro oven cupcake box!
I'm giving one to my mom with a gift card inside!This paper printable oven comes in 5 colors and you can put it together in just a few minutes. Add Mom's favorite cupcake for a delicious treat!
This post was written for the Nerdwallet Mother's Day Your Way contest. I did not receive any compensation for this post but have a chance to win a prize by submitting! Comment below and let me know what your favorite childhood food was! Mine was Mac N Cheese and I still love it! Yummy!!
Here’s a quick and easy way to tint glass bottles and jars using Claudine Hellmuth Studio paint! They look so pretty sitting in a sunny window and once the paint is dry and cured you can fill your bottle with water to use it as a vase! The best part, it takes just a few minutes to make! On pinterest there are lots of beautiful tutorials about how to tint glass bottles. Most of the directions use food coloring and white glue. It makes a great look but the only problem is you can’t put water in the bottle or it will wash away. I thought "I wonder if this would work with paint, and if it would stay adhered to the bottle even when filled with water?" Well it worked and here's how you can make these too! SUPPLIES Claudine Hellmuth Studio Paints: Classic Teal, Dash of Red, Smidge of Blue, Dab of Yellow Small paper cup Plastic spoon Paper towels Glass bottles or jars (I used Starbucks bottles)
Squeeze your paint onto a plastic spoon, here you can see the amount that I used. Classic Teal, Dash of Red, Smidge of Blue, Dab of Yellow work best because they are the most transparent.
Fill a small paper cup with water. You can see here the level that I filled my cup to. You can experiment with adding more or less water to get darker or lighter looks
Mix in the paint with the water. Make sure it is thoroughly mixed, so there aren’t any globs of paint left behind.
Pour the mixture into your bottle and then swirl it around. Make sure to cover all areas. I recommend doing this part over a sink.
Dump the excess back into your paper cup.
Place your bottle on a paper towel upside down to dry. You may see some streaks but don’t fuss with them, they will blend in as the paint dries. Wait till the next day to make sure it’s fully dry! Decide if you want to add a second coat. Colors used here from left to right: Dash of Yellow, Classic Teal, Dab of Red. Once your jar is completely dry you can use it as a vase for real or paper flowers! Here I'm using my vase for printable flowers, (it's a FREE download and you can grab yours here!)Download these paper printable flowers here and make them to add to your vase too! I think this would make a fabulous mother's day gift don't you?
Last week I added a new printable to my Etsy Shop -- ice pop party favor boxes that are just the right size to hold gift cards too!
Nothing says "summer party" quite like ice pops!
Each delicious popsicle shaped box fits wrapped candies, mini candy bars, gift cards, and other small goodies, perfect for your summer party guests!!
I designed this ice pop kit with 8 color flavors included. Neapolitan is my favorite!
They are super easy to put together but I also made a how-to video with some quick assembly tips! Grab these delicious ice pops in my Etsy shop here! Favorites, pins, shares and retweets are always appreciated!
Last week I launched a new printable in my etsy shop! A retro cassette tape gift card/favor box!Remember making mix tapes for your friends? I can not forget the day I waited for hours for Madonna's Holiday to come on the radio so I could press record and add it to my Madonna mix tape!
I designed it to be the size of a real cassette tape and illustrated it on all sides for an authentic blast-from-the-past look!
Fits wrapped candies, mini candy bars, gift cards, business cards, and other small goodies! Comes with a removable gift card tray that fits inside! And like all my other kits, I've created a how to video with simple assembly tips and ideas!
And it's easy to customize by adding handwritten note to your tape! I remember when my husband Paul gave me a mix tape when we were first dating! I didn't like his music choices, but he still stole my heart :)
Grab this mix tape in my Etsy shop here!
Tim Holtz is having a super fun blog hop and giveaway with his lovely Tattered Florals Die! I've got a tutorial for you and then look for the GIVEAWAY at the end of this post!For my project using the Tattered Florals Die, I created a Sticky Back canvas brooch that you can pin to a necklace, to your scarf or jacket! SUPPLIES:Tim Holtz Sizzix Tattered Florals die Claudine Hellmuth Studio Stick Back Canvas in Natural 8.5x11"Claudine Hellmuth Studio Painterly Pink paintClaudine Hellmuth Studio Multi Medium Ink Blending tool with foamButtonPin BackSand paper
Start with a piece of 8.5x11" Natural Sticky Back Canvas and print a handwriting image onto it using your inkjet printer
Peel off the backing paper from the Sticky Back Canvas
Fold it in half so both sides stick together
Cut using the Tattered Florals die on your die cutting machine
Sand the edges of your Sticky Back Canvas Flowers to distress them by rubbing the edges on sandpaper
Squeeze out a small amount of paint onto your Craft Sheet
Using the ink blending tool, dip the foam into the paint and then brush lightly over the edges of the flower.
Scrunch up the flowers to give them dimension. Then set the flower pieces aside. Now we are going to make the center of the flower!
Cut a 2" square piece of Sticky Back Canvas and a 1" x 11" long strip. Make a small cut in the top of the strip of Sticky Back Canvas
Tear the strip of Sticky Back Canvas in half lengthwise
Peel off the paper backing from the square of Sticky Back canvas and leave the adhesive side facing up
Take the long strip of Sticky Back canvas and remove the paper backing, stick one end to the adhesive side of the canvas square.
Start rolling up your flower by twisting one 1/2 turn and then sticking the strip of canvas into the adhesive side of the canvas square in a circular motion.
Keep twisting and sticking and it will look like this!
Trim off the excess canvas around the flower
Lightly tap on a little bit of Painterly Pink paint using the link blending tool
Apply Multi medium to the center of the largest flower
Layer up all the flowers, adding Multi Medium in between each layer.
Add a button using Multi Medium to the center of your flower
Add a pin back to the back of the flower. I glued mine on with more Multi Medium!
Pin your flower to an old necklace and wear! Or pin it to a scarf, a hat or a jacket!
THE GIVEAWAY DETAILS:A big Thanks to Tim Holtz, for being so generous and sending me a Tattered Florals die to GIVEAWAY to one of you! HOW TO ENTER: Just leave a comment here on this post between now and March 22 at 5pm EST, for a chance to win! Make sure to leave me a way to get in in touch with you!Also If you do already have the die, don't miss the play along challenge at Tim's blog -- there's a chance to win a HUGE prize there!!
I've got another spring printable kit in my Etsy shop!I created these little whimsical paper bird ornaments to be used as centerpiece decorations for Easter, but then while I was working on them I thought they could also be used for Weddings (how cute as a cake topper!), Baby showers or just to add a little whimsy to your home! I also made a how-to video to help you assemble them! Our Brian cat seems to think that they can also make great cat toys too! Here's an Instagram I took of him "helping" during my photo shoot. He decided he really loved these birds and wanted one to play with. I finally gave in and let him have one (after the photo shoot of course!)
I've got a fun spring tutorial for you today! It's an easy to make nest out of recycled paper and Multi Medium. By using Multi Medium instead of white glue you can create this nest using less layers of paper! Makes for a very quick project! Here are a few little birdies from my Paper Bird Printable kit looking right at home sitting in the nest!You can also use your nest for Easter eggs too! Read on to see how I created mine!
Shred old book pages and brown paper bag in your shredder. Cover a bowl with plastic wrap. I didn’t have any plastic wrap so I used a plastic grocery bag and it worked great!
Apply Multi medium to your surface and glue on shredded papers
Continue until you’ve covered the bottom of the bowl and little bit of the sides. Once you have a smooth layer of shredded papers on, add a final coat of multi medium and sprinkle on another layer of shredded papers so that it give the outside a messy birds nest look.
Paint a few craft store wooden eggs to place inside! Here I painted eggs using Claudine Hellmuth Studio paints in Blank Canvas, Painterly Pink, Dash of Red, Yellow Pastel and Sky Blue mixed with Classic TealSUPPLIES USED FOR THIS PROJECT:
Old book pages and brown paper bags Small bowl Plastic wrap or plastic grocery bag affiliate links
I've created a free paper flower printable for you to download and make! Perfect for spring, summer, Mother's Day or just because!It's such an easy project - it takes just a few minutes to make. You can create just one flower for a bud vase, or as many as you like! Just download, print, cut and fold! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FLOWER PRINTABLE! -- file is approx 2MB To download from the preview widget above, click the arrow button on the bottom right. This will save the high res file to your computer and you will have a beautiful flower ready to print and enjoy! :)Links to this freebie printable on pinterest, twitter, facebook etc are very much appreciated! Spread the word! If you liked this flower, I've got a BIG Folk Art flower kit in my Etsy shop, with 8 more flower designs. Plus a lot of other kits, like cupcake holders, paper dolls and favor boxes too! Visit my Etsy store here! Don't miss any freebies! Make sure to sign up for my email list here:
Smart Creative Women has re-aired my interview with a "What I'm up to now" post! Brian cat makes an appearance in the interview too which of course you don't want to miss :)Click here to watch the interview over on the Smart Creative Women web site!
If you missed this interview before check out again here! It's hard to believe this interview was a year ago! In someways it feels like it was a lot longer and in others it feels like it was yesterday! It's crazy how time flies.
Only a few more days till Easter! But not to worry! I've got a freebie bunny ears printable that you can download and make and you'll be festive in no time! It's such an easy project - it literally takes 1 minute to make. Just download, print, cut and fold!
Here's my friend Amy's adorable son, Alfredo modeling the ears for you! Thank you Alfredo for being such a good sport! Don't miss Amy's fabulous blog here!CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE BUNNY EARS PRINTABLE! -- file is approx 2MB To download from the preview widget above, click the arrow button on the bottom right. This will save the high res file to your computer and you will have beautiful bunny ears ready to print and enjoy! :)Links to this freebie printable on pinterest, twitter, facebook etc are very much appreciated! Spread the word! For more fun Easter, Spring (and any occasion printable kits) that you can download and make check out my Etsy store here! Don't miss any freebies! Make sure to sign up for my email list here:
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I've got a giveaway for you over on the Paper Crafter's Library blog! Make sure to hop on over to the Paper Crafter's Library to enter to win my Spring Garden stamp sheet, read my featured artist interview and tips and a few cards I made too! Yay!