Friday, March 30, 2012

Spring Crafts on Show Me St.Louis

Hi all!

Hope you enjoy (or enjoyed) the show today! I try to bring on a bit or this and that to give a wide variety of ideas for you to work from.

Here's a few of the items I featured today.. 

Spring Flower and Bunny Pendants


Epiphany Crafts Round 25 Studio Shape Tool, Bubble Caps
Epiphany Crafts Scallop Charm Settings (available online and in store at Archiver's, Jo Ann's and Hobby Lobby!)
We R Memory Keepers Paper Collection
Chains (from Hobby Lobby)
GlueArts Adhesive Squares (

These are as easy as 1,2 and yes...3..

1. Select your design...line up you Epiphany Crafts a Bubble Cap inside.
2. Punch out design
3. Using GlueArts Adhesive Squares adhere to Charm Settings..

seriously...1,2,3....  and here's a link to a fun place online to download some more images!

Egg Jar


Amazing glass jar (I love to go to Home Goods for mine!)
Eggs (from Michael's Craft Stores)
Moss (also Michael's Craft Stores)
Bunny (up to you if it's chocolate, wood etc)

Spring Totes (I love these as they're perfect to use for the egg hunt...and then all the days after!)

GlueArts Adhesive Squares (
Canvas Totes (Hobby Lobby)
Martha Stewart Paints from Plaid
Martha Stewart Templates and Burshes
Wood Felt
Sizzix die cut machine and various flower dies (
Handbegh Felts Felted Wool Ball (
Epiphany Crafts Felt Flower (
Maya Road Tulle Ribbon

Large Pink Flower:

1) Use the GlueArts Adhesive Squares to adhere the beads forming the stem to the bag.

2) Next paint on leaves and grass using the Martha Stewart All Purpose Paints and brushes. I outlined the leaves by hand-stitching. This step can be omitted for kids.
3) Use the Sizzix Big Shot to cut the felt flowers from a variety of colors of felt. (Wool felt is easier to work with if you can find that. You can hand cut the shape as well) Apply Glue Arts Fabric Bond to the backside of your felt. Iron onto the canvas bag to heat the adhesive and bond onto the bag.  

Tip: to make this child friendly…use the Extreme Adhesive Squares in the full size and apply the squares to the backside of the felt and then adhere to the bag. The Extreme Squares are designed to adhere to fabric, canvas and more!

4) The bottom flowers are hand-painted on the tips and then felt flowers layered over the top with a felt ball to finish it off and give dimension. Each flower was adhered using several Adhesive Squares.  

Tip: These can also be sewn with a sewing machine or hand-stitched as well.

5) Adhere butterfly bead with Extreme Adhesive Squares.

6) Tie a ribbon around the handle. Use the Micro Extreme Adhesive Squares to hold the ribbon tails in place on the bag.
Tip: If you do not have access to a diecut machine hand cut your shapes. Also this bag would be fun to personalize with a child’s name, Grandparents, special teacher! And best…this bag took just minutes to make and will be a favorite for years to come.

Felt Easter Bunny Hair Clip Clippee
My 1st Easter Tutu Outfit

The ever so sweet Easter Top and Hair Clip provided by Bella Due! Visit their online store to see everything they carry or stop by the store "I Am What I Am" on main street in St. Charles to see items in person!

Other little items...the stretchy headbands were purchased at Hobby Lobby...flower info can be found here. Little picture frame from the dollar bin at Michael's. Wreath info...just page down a bit and you'll see it there.

Thanks for all your support! 

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