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Welcome to Craft Project Central for February! We start out the new month with this little trio of gifts that would make any girlfriend smile! Topiaries are such a great home decor item, and this has to be the most budget-friendly handmade topiary tutorial you'll find! With this project you won't have to buy a costly styrofoam ball, and the coordinating stand-up card is another budget-friendly idea that will replace a costly picture frame. And, of course everyone appreciates a little sweet treat in a gift!
Kids will love these adorable treats made just for the lucky holiday of St. Patrick's Day! Included in the project are a cute Leprechaun Hat that you can add treats to, Leprechaun Treat Legs, a Rainbow Pot of Gold Treat Holder and a coordinating Lucky card! Make one or make them all and feel the luck coming your way!
To get the instructions for this fun bonus project designed by Heidi, just head over to Craft Project Central, subscribe to January and then meet one of the bonus project requirements of subscribing to two or more months in a row, putting the Craft Project Central badge on your blog, or referring a friend and when they subscribe, letting them know!
Have a great stamping day!!
Turn any plain composition book or journal into a special keepsake you will love or love to give as a gift! This project incorporates beautiful designer fabric and gives your journal a wonderful soft texture that will make you love holding it in your hand. And don't worry, if you don't sew, this is a no-sew fabric project that is easy enough for anyone to do!
This pretty Tea for Two gift set is sure to make a good friend smile! The wall decor piece can be hung or set in a frame holder. The simple treat cone can be filled with any kind of yummy treat, and the Oh, Hello card will be sure to set the tone for it all! This fun set makes a great class project too!
Can a project be both contemporary and vintage at the same time? If not, well I couldn't decide if this project was contemporary or vintage, so I'll let you make the choice! Either way, these beautiful, yet fun and easy trees make great holiday decor and also make great gifts for friends and neighbors. And if you want to get in one more holiday class before the end of the year, they make a fun holiday class project!
Have a great stamping day!
Are you looking for an extra special way to package your small Christmas gifts and treats? These three Christmas treat boxes are exactly what you need! They're perfect for jewelry, candy, little toys and many other small gifts! All three boxes are made with the Petal Cone Bigz die and various punches. Have fun wrapping your presents this year! this project makes for a fun holiday class too!
Are you looking for a pretty and unique ay to present a gift or treat this holiday season? This beautiful little Angel Gift Box is sure to impress! She truly sparkles and shines while concealing your gift inside and adding to your holiday decor!
Create this cute little vintage snowman and ornament with First Edition Designer Series Paper! The snowman will be a nice addition to your home decor and would also make a great gift along with the coordinating ornament! They pair are fun and easy project to make. Make a great holiday class or project that the kids could help make too!
Here is a great set of boxed cards and tags that you can make for yourself or give as a gift! Project includes four different holiday cards, tags and matching envelopes! Make several sets and give them away to teachers, neighbors and friends! Makes a fun holiday class project too!
Christmas is just around the corner! Get the little ones excited with a tree filled with candy and treats! Watch their excitement as they countdown the 12 Days of Christmas on their way to December 25th! Why not mix things up and add holiday activities with the treats? Spending the holidays through the eyes of the kids will bring wonderful memories for everyone to cherish! This project is also a fun holiday class project!
To get the instructions for Melissa's project, just head over to Craft Project Central, subscribe to November and meet one of the bonus project requirements of subscribing to two or months in a row, putting the Craft Project Central badge on your blog, or referring a friend and when they subscribe, letting them know.