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Halloween is my favorite holiday as you all may know. So I teamed up with Fiskars to create a fun Halloween project just for YOU!

Sometimes I want to be a kid again. I tried it last year but I think everyone knew I was not a kid. Dammit. I lost a little weight in the last few weeks so maybe I will have a good chance this year. Last year I dressed as Frida Kahlo and boy did I look just like her. The guy at the grocery store thought I was a “geisha girl”…

Epic fail. How could anyone not realize who I was!? Moving on.

Sometimes when everyone is buying Halloween costumes they might find it difficult to find a matching treat bag to sling on their arm. I am making things super easy for you this year by showing you how to create your very own using Duck Tape! When you get to the Duck Tape isle in whatever store you are in you will realize just how many options you have to choose from. It’s like being in a sticky candy store. If you love bags check out these glittered lunch bags.

So head on over to the Fiskars website ( See below the picture) and get the full tutorial. You won’t believe what I used to make these bags with, besides Duck Tape. Did I mention the bags are filled with glow in the dark stickers. Yes indeed!

HALLOWEEN TREAT BAGS CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL TUTORIAL 

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Don’t forget to connect on social media! Make sure to use use the hashtag #JADERBOMB on Instagram or Twitter or Facebookso I can keep track of all your awesome creations! HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

 

 

Today I will be showing you how to make Chalkboard Labels ! I love these for the simple fact that they can be used for practically anything and everything. There are a few different ways to create these labels and I obviously opted out for the “lazy” version which means my cardboard labels are already cut out.

Chalkboard labels, Prints and Chalkboards in general are popping up all over the place so this is the perfect time to share this with you.  Check out these antique chalkboard mason jars I created for Michaels, they are great to store things in

If you have a certain paper punch that you love you can use it to make labels also. It would certainly have to be a durable punch to go through cardboard but it’s possible.

Let’s get started!

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You will need: Cardboard Tags | Chalkboard Paint | Chalk Markers | Brush  chalkboard label supplies I am absolutely in love with this chalk paint from FolkArt. It’s convenient and very compact. It also comes in multiple colors!  folk art chalk paint These particular tags came with ribbon on them. Make sure to remove the ribbon before you start painting them.
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cardboard labels diy Let one side dry before you turn them over to paint the other side.

black chalk paint diy If you love chalk then you will love these markers! It works just like a paint pen and the best part is when it dries it looks just like chalk! You can also wipe the chalk away with a wet washcloth and start over again.

chalk markers Once they are dry, have fun drawing whatever you want on them.

how to use chalk markers I thought it would be cute to re-apply the ribbon and attach them to coffee bottles. You can buy a 6 pack and give them to someone as a gift with personalized labels.  chalkboard labels tutorial

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I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Make sure to come back tomorrow to see what I have up my sleeve. XOXO HASHTAG LOGO

Don’t forget to connect on social media! Make sure to use use the hashtag #JADERBOMB on Instagram or Twitter or Facebook so I can keep track of all your awesome creations! HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

P.S. If you LOVE printables then check out my site where you can download hundreds of FREE printables!

DIY Back to School Teacher Gift Howdy Hoo Jaderbugs! I am super stoked to bring to you another fun Michaels Makers project today – this easy DIY Back to School Teacher Gift! This is officially my third project but check out my other two. I am still in love with these Antique Chalk Mason Jars  and this shabby chic Burlap Canvas Display. I also created a fun back to school bag for Michaels that I think every kid should wear!

This month the theme is “Back to School” and I love this time of the year. It’s always fun to get re-organized. Kids love nothing more than going to school and giving their teachers a gift which is why I wanted to make something that would stand out all year long! Come check out the other Back to School projects that the other Michaels Makers created!

YOU WILL NEED: GLASS JARS | MOD PODGE | ADHESIVE RHINESTONES | BRUSH | TISSUE PAPER | CHALKBOARD MARKERS | CHALKBOARD LABELS  DSC_0283
DSC_0294 DSC_0288 Step 1: Apply Mod Podge directly onto glass.  DSC_0289 Step 2: Place a piece of tissue paper on top of the Mod Podge then add another layer directly on top of tissue paper.

DSC_0290 Step 3: Start overlapping other colors on top of each other repeating the same process with Mod Podge. If you notice layering certain colors will create a brand new color. This is my favorite part!
DSC_0291 Step 4: Grab your adhesive rhinestones and peel off the back layer of paper.  DSC_0292 Step 5: Wrap your rhinestones around the top of glass jar. DSC_0303 Step 6: Grab a adhesive chalkboard label and place it on your jar.  DSC_0295 Step 7: ENJOY!
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This DIY Back to School Teacher Gift is the perfect gift for any teacher. Not only will they feel special but it will add joy to their face every time they look at them. You can put flowers, markers, pencils or rulers in them. They are so practical for any teacher.

Don’t forget, Michaels has everything you need for Back to School! Create one of a kind projects for your classroom and get 15% off all your purchases. All of your creative ideas come alive when you walk into Michaels and if you are stuck, pop on over to the Michaels Back to School Pinterest Board!

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Don’t forget to connect on social media! Make sure to use use the hashtag #JADERBOMB on Instagram or Twitter or Facebook so I can keep track of all your awesome creations! HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

P.S. If you LOVE printables then check out my sitewhere you can download hundreds of FREE printables!

Check out my other Michaels Maker’s projects!
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Today I am giving you a small glimpse into my latest project that I created for the ILoveToCreateBlog! This DIY Glittered Leather Cuff is a simple and fun craft that anyone can do. I love that you can choose any material to make it, however I prefer leather.

Hold up wait a minute, I said “ugh ahhh uhh ahh ahhh”… Remember that song? It’s pretty much stuck in my brain right now and will not leave. I have played a million other songs but this sucker is stuck! I guess I will just keep singing it so it does not drive me insane.

Don’t forget to check out my Tea Stained Bleached Blue Jeans!

Wanna check out all of my tutorials I have created for ILoveToCreate? Check them out here!

Check how Martha Stewarts visit to Louisiana! ALSO!

DIY Glittered Leather Cuff

You can still enter the Michael’s sweepstakes to win MOOLAH!

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If you are looking for some last minute summer crafts check out my roundup I just posted! You will LOVE all of these crafts!

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Don’t forget to connect on social media! Make sure to use use the hashtag #JADERBOMB on Instagram or Twitteror Facebook so I can keep track of all your awesome creations! HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

P.S. If you LOVE printables then check out my site where you can download hundreds of FREE printables!

Happy #ThursDIY Jaderbugs! I have my craftabulous crew sharing a great “Summer DIY Roundup“! Even though school is pretty much in our grill we can still bust out some great crafts while the little or big ones are in school! Don’t worry if you have a day job I give you permission to bring your craft supplies and do them at your desk! If your boss has a problem tell him to call JADERBOMB… Sounds threatening huh! Don’t forget to share your ideas or crafts photos with us so our clan can see what you are creating! After all it’s all about spreading love here.

Summer DIY Roundup

It’s all about patches this summer! Mark Montano shows us how to make some web savvy DIY emoji patches in his latest YouTube video! It’s always good to show off our patchy personalities everywhere we go! #backtoschool

Margot Potter has a hand. Literally. Her hand created the most amazing DIY Metal Stamped Hashtag Pins AND she has a BIG hopping giveaway going on where you can win a set of ImpressArt’s new font Juniper! #giveaway

I don’t know about you but Shark week is my favorite holiday. What? It’s not a holiday! That’s ok because Morena Hockley for Dollar Store Crafts created the best  DIY Shark Week Shocks to protect my “pete and joe’s” from the all the sharks in my life! #sharkweek

Who needs a Caboodle when you can make this glamorous DIY Golden Organizer from the only chica out there, THE Crafty Chica! I think this would be great for traveling. It might make me look “important”…  #gold

Looking for a way to impress your guests at your next get together? Mark Montano shows us 9 Place Card Ideas that will leave you “card-less”. If you are not hosting a party shoots, print them out and put your name on all fo them! It’s what I would do. #printable

Debi Beard is so cute I want to put her in this DIY Tiny Book Pendant that she just created using her magical mind. Seriously. The best part is she was inspired by Anthropologie and it’s not the “ANTHRO” price! #deal

Cathy Attix will make you look epic with this DIY Jeweled Headband. Now I don’t know about you but anytime I can make my head look fancier than it already is (not) I am game! Hey, Mardi Gras is coming up…

I know I am an adult but Cathie Filian just made me want to start collecting dolls and make this DIY Book Shelf Dollhouse. RIGHT! I think this would be cute to put all of my rocks in also, or your favorite collectibles. SO CUTE!

Come check out my DIY Leather Cuff that I just created for ILoveToCreate! Why buy when you can DIY, plus you won’t believe what product I used to embellish it!

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Don’t forget to connect on social media! Make sure to use use the hashtag #JADERBOMB on Instagram or Twitter\or Facebook\ so I can keep track of all your awesome creations! HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

P.S. If you LOVE printables then check out my site where you can download hundreds of FREE printables!

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Today’s 12 months of Martha posts is super easy and I know anyone can do it with a little bit of love, joy and patience. I always find joy taking something and adding my own personal touch to it. Whether it’s a design I like or my favorite colors. Yes, it might take a little more effort but in the end it’s worth it. You will be surprised how good you will feel to make your own Hand Painted Cork Board!

Holy cow! It’s almost time for all the lil ones and big ones to go back to school. Are you as excited as me? Insert a crooked smile here.

I think I am excited to get a routine back because let’s face it the summer knocks everything out of whack and things tend to get a little nuts. I went school shopping with my lil one (14, don’t tell him I said lil one) and I realized at the register that most of the “supplies” in the basket were for me. I think I get more excited about “back to school” supplies than him!

Supplies:
*Ruler
*Craft Paint
*Craft Brush
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It’s time to kick off going back to school and what better way to do that than with some awesome home / office decor. I know what you are thinking, ” I can totally go buy some from the store, yo”… but why go buy something when you can DIY!

I am in love with the colors I am using in today’s project! They are soft pastel colors that will create a nice feeling in any room.

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The colors I used: Poodle Skirt | Camellia Pink | Party Streamer | Wild Salmon | Yellow Jacket.  DSC_0282 Step ONE: Get out your cork board and lay it on a flat surface.
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Step TWO: Get your ruler and mark 1.5″ dot’s with your chalk board marker or a light colored pencil. Do this all the way across the bottom of your cork board, on both sides.  DSC_0285

Step THREE: When you are done with your dots connect them from one end to the other. You are creating lines on your cork board.

DSC_0286 Step FOUR: This is what it should look like when you are done.
DSC_0298 Step FIVE: Take your ruler and create angled lines in each section starting at the top and working your way to the bottom.

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Step SIX: The first section your lines will go downward then the next section you will make your lines go in the opposite direction. You will be creating a “chevron” appearance.  DSC_0300 DSC_0302

DSC_0303 I am loving these colors! This alone is ART! DSC_0308 Step SEVEN: Start painting each section with your paint. I will tell you when you use a dark cork board like I am using you might have to put two or three coats of paint, depending on how opaque you want it.  DSC_0314

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I am very pleased with the way they turned out. I created one board with the entire board painted and the other one I allowed some brown pieces to come through. I thought each look came out completely different and gave off a different vibe.  DSC_0113 DSC_0122

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Don’t forget to connect on social media! Make sure to use use the hashtag #JADERBOMB on Instagram or Twitter or Facebook so I can keep track of all your awesome creations! HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

P.S. If you LOVE printables then check out my site where you can download hundreds of FREE printables!

DIY-PHOTO-CREDIT- Photography: Jaderbomb // DIY tutorial by: Jaderbomb // Cork Board : Michael’s //  Paint: Michael’s // Chalkboard Marker : Michael’s // Affiliate Links: Amazon I do get a percentage from the links you can order from, so thank for helping me buy tons and tons of glitter!

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I am so stoked about my latest post for the I Love to Create Blog where I will show you how to paint stripes. I always have fun using Tulip products and for some strange reason this project made me feel super duper inside. Check out these too!

I think I may have a slight addiction to color, as you can see here. If I had to explain to you in this moment what COLOR does to me it’s like kids that sit down at the table to eat and the entire time they sorta “dance” with their legs under the table. You know what I am talking about? I can always tell when I cook a good meal if I feel the floor shaking a little.

Now when the floor doesn’t shake. I just take an extra sip of wine and go cry in the bathroom. Well not really but you get it, RIGHT!

These napkins represent a big juicy hamburger from your favorite joint. Maybe with extra pickles and a good coke! Make sure to click at the bottom for the FULL tutorial ♥
How to Paint Stripes

CLICK HERE TO SEE FULL TUTORIAL
Enjoy and have a GREAT weekend! HASHTAG LOGO

Don’t forget to connect on social media! Make sure to use use the hashtag #JADERBOMB on Instagram or Twitter or Facebook so I can keep track of all your awesome creations! HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

Today we are getting all urban country making a Stencil 1- Deer Stencil Table Liner using my best friend Ed Roth’s banging stencil line.

Check out these rainbow coasters I made using some of his stencils with Plaid! OH WAIT: Check out this ginormous yarn bombed deer that will stare at you till you are blue in the face. Literally.

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Not only does he have the cutest face on the planet but he gives the best hugs in the world.

Now if you know me then you know I live in the South, specifically Louisiana which means everyone here loves a good deer in their life. I sometimes pretend I am living in New York with the sounds of horrific traffic in the background and the only chance I will see any deer is by using a stencil like this. I guess I’m not the kinda girl who likes to eat them or hang them on my wall as “decor” but more power to those that do. Today I am showing you how to use this stencil in a spectacular way. So put on your boots because we about to get COUNTRY, urban country that is. On another note check out this business that really is called “Urban Country”. It’s legit.


 Stencil1 has collaborated on DIY events with high-profile brands, like The Gap, Converse, Sharpie, and Etsy, to engage their customers and grow their base through interactive, creative, hands-on experience. Ed is an engaging host who knows his stuff and is equally comfortable in front of a crowd and a camera.

Stencil 1- Deer Stencil Table Liner

YOUWILLNEED Ed Roth Deer Stencil // Book // Craft Paint // Glitter // Craft Knife // Scissors // Tape // Pouncer // Fiskars Paper Punch
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Step ONE: 
Tear out a few pages from a book. You can use any book that you have laying around but for some reason I always crafts with pages from Twilight. I guess I am still a die hard fan. Yes. I still dream of turning into diamonds like Edward did. Go ahead, judge.

You can rip the pages out or use your crafting knife to get a nice fine line. If you don’t have one just grab your trusty pair of scissors.

Step TWO: Get your paper punch and punch those pages till they can’t be punched anymore. Notice I am only doing the sides of the sheet. It’s kinda like edging your hairline or your yard. I think. I don’t edge either of those so it’s just a guess.

Step THREE: Line the pages up on top of each other and tape them down on the back side.

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Step FOUR: Grab your deer stencil and place it on the bottom of your “book sheet table liner”. Grab your dauber and pounce your little heart out with your color of choice.Continue doing this until your get to the end of your liner.  I liked the masculine look of orange or I just thought it’s was sorta “Urban Country” looking. While your paint is still wet sprinkle a little bit of glitter on top and let it dry till the cows come home. That is about 20 minutes.

Or if you are impatient like me you could blow dry that baby.
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Note cards are always fun to make which is why you have to see what I made on some precious rainbow cards!

Don’t forget to connect on social media! Make sure to use use the hashtag #JADERBOMB and you might see your stuff on Instagram or Twitter or Facebookor Pinterest.
HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

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 Burlap Canvas Display As part of the Michael’s Makers team I will be creating crafty challenges each month. The challenge this month was to choose a product from the raw bar and and I chose the burlap stretched canvas to create a  Burlap Canvas Display.

Next month Michaels Stores is releasing a new line of products called Raw Bar and guess who got a little sneak peek, ME! I can’t wait for you to see this line so be on the lookout starting on August 8th because it will be available in all Michaels stores nationwide.  Michaels created the Raw Bar because customers requested raw surfaces that are unfinished and easily craft-able.

The Raw Bar is made by materials that are completely inspired by nature and some of the surfaces include wood, metal, canvas, chalkboard, cork, and burlap. Are you in mad love yet?

You will need:
♥Canvas Burlap
♥Cork Ribbon
♥Chalkboard Spray Paint
♥Miniature Easel
♥Wooden Spools
♥Twine
♥Scissors
♥Glue Gun
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I know what you are thinking when you see this cork ribbon, “where has this been my whole life”… I will say it’s not thick enough to stick a tack through and hold something up but it’s very pliable and easy to work with. It’s truly the perfect “natural” touch to add to any craft you are working on! DSC_0479

I purchased this miniature easel from Michaels and they are so precious.  DSC_0485

Step ONE ♥ Spray paint your easel and wooden spools. You might have to spray one side and wait for it to dry before you move on to coat the rest.
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Step TWO  ♥ Once your wooden spools are dry you can add a dab of hot glue to one side of the spool.  DSC_0489

Step THREE  ♥ Carefully place the wooden spools on the top two corners of your canvas. These can be used merely for decoration or you can hang trinkets from them. Very versatile.  DSC_0487

I love the contrast of the black chalk paint against the burlap canvas. It’s very natural and shabby chic.  DSC_0491

Step FOUR ♥ Tear off a piece of cork ribbon. You will flip when you feel how awesome this ribbon is. I can see little girls already with cork bows in their beautiful hair.  DSC_0496

Step FIVE ♥ Once you cut a decent length of ribbon off of the roll, you will fold it up a few times like below. You will then get your scissors and cut directly in the middle.  DSC_0497

Step SIX ♥ Turn your burlap canvas over and place your cork ribbon along the back side to figure our how long or short you want your hanger to be.  DSC_0498

Step SEVEN ♥ Once you decide on the length of your ribbon add a line of hot glue down the back side of your canvas and quickly place the ribbon on top of it. Careful not to burn yourself! Or if you do just yell really loud and you will feel MUCH better!  DSC_0500

This is what your canvas will look like once you are done with the ribbon.  DSC_0501

Step EIGHT ♥ Make sure your easel is sprayed completely with the chalkboard spray and once it’s dry add hot glue to the back side of the easel.  DSC_0502

Step NINE ♥ Place the easel directly in the middle of the canvas. How cute is this! DSC_0505

Step TEN ♥ This is optional but I added a little clothespin that is a part of the line at the very top of the easel. I’ll tell ya, hot glue is like magic ♥

Now we can hang things from the spools, clip something with the clothespin or open up the easel and place a picture or anything that makes you happy on it.  DSC_0507

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I think this would be so cute in a bathroom, bedroom, office space or in a spot where you want to display cute things.  burlap canvas display

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HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

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“Hip Hop Hooray, Hoooo” for the DIY Leather Cuff we are making today… Right about here you can insert a big old turquoise rock in my mouth. For some reason I am listening to sad, sad music on my computer but that song is BLASTING in my head. It’s probably because Marisa Pawelco’s die cuts are amaze-balls!

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I am all about buying leather cuffs because let’s face it it’s easier and most of us don’t have the patience to sit there and cut a perfect line on leather. Remember when I made this one! I think Marisa though of all the impatient people out there when she designed her line with Sizzix!

♥→Today I will show you how to use an awesome crafting tool and how to create the most unique leather cuff using it.

DIY Leather Cuff If you are like me then you are totally in love with this turquoise rock! Let’s get started.
you will need
Scraps of Leather \ Brush \ Adhesive Bling \ Scissors \ Yarn \ Fabric Paint (optional) \ Sizzix Sophisticate Machine Only \  Sizzix Originals Die: Chained \ Sizzix Originals Die : Fashion Cuff

Hey! If you want to purchase any of the items I used in this tutorial you can click on the links above and get them all from the SAME spot! They are affiliate links which means you are helping me buy more glitter and gold to make you happy crafts!

leather cuff supplies The Sophisticate machine comes with a few parts that you will have to assemble, but don’t worry it’s simple! sizzix marisa pawelko

1. Insert the handle into the side of machine
2. Use the screw driver that came with the machine to secure screw inside of the handle
3. Insert the rubber cap that covers the hole

VOILA! Pretty simple huh! sizziz die cut

On each side of your die cut machine you press where the sticker is and the sides will flip open.  marisa pawelko sizzix machine

These are the two die cuts we will be using today.

P.S. Do not remove the foam and be careful because the metal inside the rubber is really sharp.
Said no one who sliced their finger trying to “dissect” the chains.
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You have two cutting pads that come with the machine and you will need both every time you cut something.
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To start you will lay out your leather scrap and place one of  the cutting pads on top. With a pair of fabric scissors cut as close around the pad as you can. This does not have to be “perfect”, we just don’t want too much hanging off the edges.
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This is how you will layer everything before we start inserting it into the machine.
1st layer: Cutting Pad
2nd layer: Die Cut of choice
3rd layer: Leather
4th layer: Cutting pad.

It’s like a crafty sandwich. Speaking of sandwiches, I think I want one with chips smashed on it.
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Keep it all together nice and neat while inserting into the machine. The great thing is it’s convenient for anyone regardless if you are right handed or left.

Shoots, you can even do it with your feet if you want.  making leather cuffs

This is what it will look like when you run it completely through the machine. How amazing! It’s like a slice of heaven on a platter. Check out how precise it cuts and those dots…PERFECTION. easy leather cuff

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I love how detailed all of her die cuts are. Check out the chains! I have so many ideas just looking at them.
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I am also in love with the negative space in this leather. You can even use this as a stencil now. leather diy

I am using shiny lion brand yarn for my string. I love this tan color. If you don’t like the way I am attaching the yarn you can simply tie a knot or put a chain on the ends. It’s really so versatile.  7.jpg

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I am dressing up my black leather cuff with a sheet of blingy bling that you can cut then stick on anything.

Are you drooling yet?! I am.
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fun diy crafts easy cuff diy For this cuff I attached one of the leather chain cut outs on top of my plain leather cuff. This will make any arm happy, for real.   fashion blogger

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MARISA PAWELKO LEATHER CUFF DIE CUT I hope you enjoyed this tutorial because it’s so stinking cute. Make sure to check out Marisa Pawelko’s site because she super cool.

From Sizzix:

This Sizzix Blog Hop is totally spectacular! Are you ready for some really rad projects? Hop with us today to check out who has been making what with Marisa Pawelko’s line of unique and snazzy Sizzix dies from The Modern Surrealist collection! Her designs will put a little sparkle and extra pizzazz into your day. With the versatile Sizzix Originals dies and the Sizzix SophistiCut Machine you can make fun and easy jewelry, add some perk to your fashion, brighten up your space with a little lively décor- and whatever other exuberant crafts you can imagine up!

Hang out with these designers, see what awesomeness they’ve made, leave them some love and join us back here to share what goodness there was to be had:

Jennifer Priest @hydrangeahippo
Tiffany Johnson @iheartart
For this Sizzix Blog Hop featuring the Marisa Pawelko line of Sizzix products, The Modern Surrealist, Sizzix will ALSO be giving away this scandalous prize of over $150 retail value! It includes these phenomenal items: Sizzix SophistiCut Machine, Trucker Cap Mini Card, Big City, Fashion Cuff, Cheetah Overlay, Lush Lips, Sunglasses

Enter your email address below for a chance to win these fabulous Sizzix products!

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HAVE A GLITTERY DAY! ♥, Jade

 

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