Thursday, December 10, 2009
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
Get yours by clicking the link below:)
Saturday, August 29, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Go give her oodles of love & props xoxoxoxox
Monday, July 13, 2009
There are More pics on her Blog HERE!
She makes these for order also, to contact by email use this address: email@example.com
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Another Great Crochet Pattern Link
Found some more fab free Patterns here
Grandmothers Pattern Book:)
I highly recommend Joining the Pretty Scrappy Store for all your digi scrapping needs, and the most amazing designs in the universe. And make sure to join the forum linked above also because they have AMAZING customer support :)
These are 2 of the tutorial links I found there, and they are amazing....
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Friday, May 29, 2009
CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR DETAILS...
This is an older post from Her Blog, But I'm sure if you contact Julie (via her blog) she may still be selling the kits:)
Fold Meadow Circle Die Cut in half. Using Bright Red Paint, paint large popsicle stick red. Cut a slit the width of the large popsicle stick centered on the crease of the Meadow Circle Die Cut. This will make it so the large popsicle stick can move around. Cut around pieces on Meadow Pattern. Adhere the shorter legs centered on the backside of the rounded edge of the Meadow Die Cut. Adhere the longer legs on either side of the shorter legs. Adhere Small Black Circle Punches to the lower side of the White Circle Punches. Adhere White Circle Punches towards the rounded top of the Meadow Rectangle. Fold the straight side of the Meadow Rectangle at a ¼” and adhere on the top of the Meadow Circle Die Cut, towards the crease. Fold the Meadow Cardstock Strip into a rectangular box and adhere to the backside of the Circle Die Cut to put your finger through to hold the puppet.
*Supplies not included in kit:
-Pebbles Inc. Bright Red Paint
Where To get them:
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Sunday, May 24, 2009
To celebrate, All of the designers are having a blog train, Which means you go to each blog and download a digital scrapbooking freebie:)
Your First stop ( & the rest of the blog train) is here: Rachel
Friday, May 22, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Google Search Results (page 3+ for "Free Photoshop Brushes")
Directory of free Photoshop brushes, with information on how to create and install Photoshop brushes.
Grunge Brushes For Sale Reasonably Priced...
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Friday, May 8, 2009
(kits tags papers etc..)
Sunday, May 3, 2009
Starting with where I found this Blog train:
Creations By Rachael http://creationsbyrachael.blogspot.com/
Designs By Angel http://www.scrappingwithangel.blogspot.com/
Designs By Mel http://designsbymel.blogspot.com/
Just Passin Thru http://justpassinthru.wordpress.com/
Ladybug Pages http://theladybugpages.wordpress.com/
Lady V dZine http://ladyvdzine.com/
Late Night Scraps http://latenightscraps.blogspot.com/
Scrappy Shannon http://scrappyshannon.blogspot.com/
Share Your Moments http://shareyourmoments.typepad.com/
Stacey Crossley http://staceycrossley.blogspot.com/
Teri's Thingomyjigs http://www.teristhingomyjigs.blogspot.com/
Friday, May 1, 2009
Best for ages 4 and up
* Toilet tissue tube (or an ice cube tray to create smaller chunks for younger hands)
* Duct tape
* Aluminum foil if you are using a toilet paper tube (or petroleum jelly if you're using an ice cube tray)
* Disposable plastic container
* Plaster of Paris
* Liquid tempera paint
Cover one end of the toilet paper tube with duct tape. Loosely roll an 8- by-41/2-inch piece of aluminum foil and slip it into the tube so that it lines the inside, fitting snugly. (Or coat the inside of the ice cube tray with petroleum jelly.)
Set tube upright (duct tape side down) on protected surface.
In a disposable plastic container, help your child mix 1 cup plaster of Paris with 1/2 cup water. Stir slowly and thoroughly until plaster is dissolved, about 1 minute.
Immediately add 2 tablespoons paint (or more for brighter chalk color, but be careful it can stain). Mix thoroughly.
Spoon into the tube (or ice cube tray). Tap gently so mixture settles to the bottom.
Let dry overnight before using.
Homemade Chalk Recipe 2
This homemade chalk recipe is a great activity for you and your kids. Of course using the chalk to draw together afterwards is a lot of fun too.
You Will Need:
* 5 Egg Shells
* 1 TSP Flour
* 1 TSP Hot Water
* Food Coloring
Wash the eggshells with antibacterial soap, rinse well and let them dry. When they are completely dry, put them in a bowl and use the back of a spoon to grind them into a fine powder.
Combine flour and hot water in a bowl. Add 1 tbsp of the ground up egg shells and mix until it forms a thick paste. Add your food coloring and mix again until the color is evenly distributed.
Form a log shape out of it, just like a regular piece of chalk. Wrap it tightly in a piece of paper towel and let it dry for about 3 days.
Works great on your sidewalk or driveway.
Party Printables For Younger Children...
Beach Scrapbooking printables...
(its a free pdf file from some rental/resort place of free beach themed paper & images, shells waves etc...
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Another Amigurumi pattern! Meet my love bunnies:
step-by-step lesson on how to draw angels
How To Draw Angel Wings
How To Draw Angel Wings-by cartooniain
Angel Wing Tutorial by =raerae
Drawing Angelic Wings Tutorial by *Crysa
Angel Wing Tutorial by *messa
I've been wanting to learn how to draw and paint fairies almost all of my life, so, I'm finally taking time out to learn now, and these are links to resources I am stumbling across in my search, I will be updating this list as I find more, so keep checking back. I hope you find them useful....
Fairy Drawing Tutorial Links
How to Draw Fairies by Fairy Artist Myrea Pettit
How to draw a fairy
How to Draw Faeries--DOWNLOAD by ~Sai-Manga-Tuts
DRAWING WINGS TUTORIAL
you've ever wondered how to make fairy wings or to get some new ideas,
you've come to the right place! Here are some ways to make butterfly,
insect, bird, and bat wings for faeries and other fantasy creatures.
How to Draw Mermaids and Merfolk
Fairy Drawing Books
Drawing Faeries-A Believer's Guide
How to Draw Fairies and Mermaids (Usborne Activities) (Paperback)
by Fiona Watt (Author), Jan McCafferty (Illustrator)
How to Draw and Paint Fairies
Hazel Harrison, Linda Ravenscroft
Search Press Ltd
Fairy Drawings & Paintings For Inspiration....
Amy Brown Fairy Fantasy Art Page 1.
Cicely Mary Barker Fairy Artwork
-C. M. Barker Alphabet Fairies.
The Enchanted Art Of Jessica Galbreth
(fairy & goddess art)
- Some sites charge fees for lessons or eBooks, but they are reasonable rates, and there are also some good free drawing lessons online...
Art For Everyone! Online Art Lessons - How to Draw and Do Calligraphy - by Bennecelli, the Acclaimed Artist!
Celebrity Portraits - Free tutorials for drawing lifelike pencil portraits.
Drawing faces and portraits Learn to draw portraits from a master artist. Subscribe to the free Drawing Newsletter and receive your free monthly portrait drawing lesson.
Free Tutorial: How to draw Anime
Free Tutorial: How to draw a Celtic Knot
Free Tutorial: How to draw Manga
Learning 2 Draw - Learn How to Easily Master Figure Drawings, Sketching Faces, and Drawing People and Explode your art into a Winning Career!
Tom Lynch Watercolour Tutorials, books, videos, lectures.
The Virtual Art Academy™ training programs are a cost-effective alternative to traditional art academy schools that take advantage of the internet to deliver high quality fine art training at an affordable price.
Virtual Pose - The Ultimate Visual Reference for Drawing and Sculpting the Human Figure.
Wild Frog Creations Rubber Stamps
Mystic-Tarot-Occult Rubber Stamps
Here are 3 separate sheets of stamps chock-full of lovely Celtic designs.
Each plate is $21 and measures about 8.5 x 11 inches.
Fairies, Celtic & everything Else You can think of...
All These & More, Click The link Below:
Another Great Resource...
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Julie at Modern Mommy gave me my very first award! I am so honored!
And now I get to give it to other people.... So here's how it goes:
1. Put the logo on your blog or post.
2. Nominate at least 10 blogs which show great Attitude and/or Gratitude!
3. Be sure to link to your nominees within your post.
4. Let them know that they have received this award by commenting on their blog.
5. Share the love and link to this post and to the person from whom you received your award.
I have ZERO followers aside from myself so this is hard, So far, I've spread the sisterhood to:
Thank you so much Julie, You made my day:)
here's what else I dug up... from google, Sara Ann & of course: CrochetMe.com
- Amigurumi, Deconstructed
Tips and tricks about how to make some fab dolls
- Amigurumi Double Ring
A photo tutorial on how to start working in the round without making a hole (similar to the Magic Adjustable Ring, but different)
- Assembling Amigurumi
A photo tutorial on attaching the head and body of amigurumi dolls.
- Amigurumi Dude Pattern
Make your own amigurumi dude.
- Amigurumi Tutorial 1 must see
- Amigurumi: how to get started awesome tips & tricks ;)
- Gallery of Amigurumi Dudes
Crochet me designers went nuts making their own dudes, all from the same pattern.
Saturday, February 14, 2009
1 roll strong paper towel (VIVA Ultra is great)
2 T. baby shampoo (for sensitive skin use Mennen Baby Bath)
2 1/4 cup water
1 T. baby oil 1 circular wipes container
Cut the roll of towels in half so there are 2 small rolls. Use a very sharp knife. With a pair of pliers, grab hold of the cardboard center and pull it out. A few sheets of the paper towel will come out with it. In a bowl, combine the wet ingredients. Pour half of them in the wipes container. Place the roll in the container on top of the fluid. Pour the rest of the fluid over the top of the roll. Cut the small opening of the container (where the wipes come out) to make it a bit larger. These wipes will last about 2 weeks then need to be replaced. Cut the roll of towels in half so there are 2 small rolls. Use a very sharp knife. With a pair of pliers, grab hold of the cardboard center and pull it out. A few sheets of the paper towel will come out with it. In a bowl, combine the wet ingredients. Pour half of them in the wipes container. Place the roll in the container on top of the fluid. Pour the rest of the fluid over the top of the roll. Cut the small opening of the container (where the wipes come out) to make it a bit larger. These wipes will last about 2 weeks then need to be replaced.
Homemade Baby Oil
Light oil (olive is great)
Make an oil infusion by covering the chamomile with oil. Let sit in a window for a couple of weeks. Strain and use. It smells like apples and is very soothing. (You can also simmer over low heat for about 30 min-1hour instead of the window sill)!.
For keeping umbilical cord free of infection and promoting fast fall off!
1 tsp. goldenseal herb c/s
1/4 tsp. myhrr gum
1/4 tsp. calendula herb c/s
1 C. Everclear
Place herbs in glass jar and cover with alcohol. Let sit for 2 weeks, shaking jar each day. Strain and bottle.
Baby Body Balm
300 g olive oil infused with 1 cup calendula petals
55 g sweet almond oil
40 g jojoba
20 g shea butter
85 g beeswax
435 g water
15 g glycerin
5 g grapefruit seed extract
Heat oils, shea butter and beeswax to 175 degrees. In separate container heat water and glycerin to 175 and then add GSE. Combine and mix until emulsified, about 30 minutes!
Baby Bottom Oil
4 oz Peach Kernel Oil
2 oz Calendula Oil
1 oz Jojoba
1 oz Emu or Camelina Oil
2 drops Lavender Essential oil (Optional)
Mix oils and store in a bottle. Use this oil to soothe redness and chapped skin for baby’s bottom!
194 g lye
19 oz water
8 oz sweet almond oil
7 oz jojoba
2 oz castor oil
4 oz shea butter
19 oz coconut oil
14 oz palm oil
1 oz vitamin E oil
Heat oils to 100 degrees. Combine lye and water and cool to 100 degrees. Combine oils and lye/water mixing well. At trace add the vitamin E oil. Pour into a mold and proceed as you would with cold process soap.
Herbal Milk Bath
1 lb Cornstarch
3 cups Goats Milk Powder
1/4 cup Lavender Powder
1/4 cup Calendula Petal Powder
1/2 cup Chamomile Powder
7 to 10 drops Lavender Essential oil
2 drops Chamomile Essential Oil
Combine lavender powder with lavender oil and add chamomile oil to chamomile powder. Then combine all ingredients and mix well. Use 1 few Tablespoons for a baby size tub and increase for larger tubs and older children. Place mixture in a muslin drawstring bag or tie up in cheesecloth and add to bath water for gentle cleansing, softening and healing of the skin and as an aid to treat restlessness and insomnia. You can package these in cello bags tied with a card with instructions for use and a muslin bag attached. Mild and gentle but make sure child has no allergies to milk or milk products!
Sweet Dreams Baby Lotion
1 1/2 c. aloe vera gel
1 1/2 tsp. lanolin
1 1/2 tsp. Vitamin E oil
1/3 c. virgin coconut oil
1 oz. pure beeswax (white),filtered
3/4 c. camelina oil
1 1/2 tsp. essential oil (optional) 2 tbsp. lavender powder
1 1/2 tsp. chamomile powder
In a blender, mix aloe gel,lanolin,vitamin E oil. Using a glass container, melt coconut oil and beeswax until fully melted. Gently stir in camelina oil. Slowly pour oils into blender on low. At this point oils will thicken and turn white. Stop blender and add essential oil,if used. Blend gently in short bursts. Do NOT over blend. Add lavender and chamomile powders, blend gently until incorporated. While mixture is still warm, pour into containers. This mixture will thicken quickly as it cools. This lotion doesn’t leave oily feeling to skin and absorbs well. Great as a massage lotion for baby. Makes approximately 2 1/2 cups.
Baby Wash Bags
Lavender bud powder
Colloidal oatmeal fine
A few drops of jojoba or other oil
Combine all the ingredients in a blender and thouroughly mix. Pour a small amount into the muslin bag. When bathing baby, soften bag in bath water, then gently squeeze muslin bag over baby and rub lightly with bag. Use these washbags as a gentle soap-free cleanser for baby.
Bottoms Up! Baby Bottom Balm
1 cup calendula oil
1 oz beeswax or hydrogenated jojoba MP 56
1 oz mango butter
8 drops of lavender essential oil
1/4 lavender glimmer mica
Heat calendula oil, beeswax and butter until melted. Mix the mica into the essential oil until it has no clumps. Stir the colored lavender oil to the slightly cooled oil/butter mixture and pour into jars or deodorant containers. Apply to baby’s bottom in between diaper changes. Also great for cheeks and drool drenched chins!
Calendula Baby Oil
2.0 oz. pure olive oil
1.5 oz. calendula oil
0.5 oz. avocado oil
0.5 oz. jojoba
0.3 oz. wheat germ oil
0.2 oz. vitamin E 250 IU
6 drops Roman chamomile essential oil
Mix all of the ingredients together. Pour into a 6 oz. cobalt bottle. Use oil after baby’s bath, or for baby massage. Since it uses 100% natural oils, it will absorb in nicely, and keep babies skin soft and healthy.
16 oz Sweet Almond Oil
8 oz Shea Butter
8 oz Jojoba Oil
4.5 oz Virgin Coconut Oil
4.5 oz Beeswax
2 Drops Calendula Absolute
Mix oils, butter and beeswax together in double boiler until wax and butter is melted. Then add the Calendula and stir. Add 1% Tea Tree, Lavender and Chamomile essential oils (combined volume). Pour into jars.
Herbal Baby Balm
1 cup calendula or camelina oil
3 tbsp. dried lavender
1 tbsp. dried calendula
1 tbsp. dried rose petals
1 tsp. dried chamomile
2 tbsp. vitamin E oil
1 1/2 tsp. jojoba oil
4 drops lavender oil
8 tbsp. beeswax
Grind the herbs into a powder using a clean coffee grinder or blender. Warm oil in top of a double boiler pot; add the powdered herbs and cook over medium heat for 30 minutes to 1 hour to allow the healing properties of the herbs to fully release in the oil. Place remaining oils in a glass bowl. Place a coffee filter inside a wire strainer, hold over glass bowl, and pour the warm herb oil through the strainer into the bowl. Melt the beeswax in the top of a double boiler; add slowly to the oil and herb mixture while whisking with a wisk or egg beater. Continue whisking until the mixture is thick and creamy. Store in 2-4 oz. containers. If you plan to store balm longer than 3 months, keep refrigerated.
Herbal Baby Powder
4 oz cornstarch
4 oz arrowroot
1 oz white kaolin clay
1 oz colloidal oat starch
1 oz powdered lavender buds
1 oz powdered calendula petals
1 tsp of a pearlescent mica to color
6 - 10 drops of essential oil of mandarin or lavender
Add the essential oil to the powdered herbs and mix well. Add the other dry ingredients to the herbs and mix. Add mica a little at a time until you get enough color. Sift and transfer into powder sifters.
So, there's my solution in the photo above! Give your child his/her OWN keyboard to play with, just make sure you cut the cord off!
I did this with my older son (Ronnie) also & he has the fastest "2 finger Hunt & Peck" I've ever seen. The child could win a typing contest against a secretary!
Just thought I'd pass this on to other parents who may have had the same problem.
Friday, February 13, 2009
Click the links below to download the images:)
To Download: Just right click & "save as"
mandalas From junemoon:)
Animal mandalas-Beautiful & detailed
Awesome Mandala Links
click these links to go to the mandala pages, click on each thumbnail, then right click & save as:) These mandalas are absolutely gorgeous, must see:)
45 mandalas for painting in meditation - many church rosettes
(nature mandalas - window mandalas (churches, cathedrals): wheel windows, rosette windows, Indian mandalas, rosettes with a primary center - Asian mandalas - ice cristal mandalas - mandalas made of lines and circles)
72 mandalas for painting in meditation - mandalas worldwide
Dragon mandalas - elf mandalas - energy mandalas - energy mandalas: swirl mandalas - cognition mandalas (way of cognition) - mandalas in geographic order - Native Indian mandalas - Celtic mandalas - crystal mandalas - nature mandalas - religious mandalas and esotericism - rose window mandalas - animal mandalas
32 crop circle mandalas for painting in meditation
Mandalas from aliens made in corn fields.
Secretly in the night there is a force which is creating new crop circles.
There's an adorable coloring book here that you have to download page by page but its very very cute:
published by luvtogrden on Dec 23, 2006
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Copyright free images to use in your altered art, decopouge and crafts
Keywords: altered art, altered book, decopuge, crafts
Below is a link to a detailed 38 page instruction tutorial on how to make a rawhide knife sheath. The file is in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. The PDF file is called Rawhide_Sheath_Tutorial.pdf. It's about a 3 mb file, so sorry for the marathon download if you're on a soda straw connection.
NOTE: Clicking the link below will automatically start the download process...
Rawhide Knife Sheath Tutorial Courtesy Of:
*NEW* :: Fonts ::
Welcome To The Newest Addition To Baw Downloads....
These Fonts Are All From Other sites whose links are at the bottom of each post, please visit their sites for more incredible fonts. I've just posted one sample font from each website I go to offering free fonts. I will be adding to this list eventually:) This Is Just to get it
Please Feel Free to Post Links To your favorite font sites as replies to this topic...
Care Bears Font - Size = 32 Pixels
Download for: PC, Mac OS X (38 Kb)
Download Link: CLICK HERE!
A Charming Font - Size = Medium
Download For PC, Mac OS X
Download Link: CLICK HERE!
MUST SEE FREE FAIRY PICTURES FOR EVERYONE TO COLOR
ALSO BY THE SAME ARTIST...
HALLOWEEN CRAFT PROJECTS & SO MUCH MORE...TOO MANY TO POST HERE
SHE HAS EVERYTHING EVEN MERMAIDS...
... AND CRAFT PROJECTS...
..AND PICTURE BOOKS...
PRINTABLE TOOTH FAIRY CERTIFICATE
Free Fairy & Mermaid Coloring Pages for you to use! Artwork inspired by Jody Bergsma, Amy Brown, Selina Fenech, Linda Ravenscroft and more.
Visit the Pooka Pages where you will find an ever changing array of stories, coloring pages and sabbat activities for kids.
Be Sure to Check Out Pooka's Sandbox: Published 8 times a year and filled with all original pagan coloring pages, stories, activities, science, sabbat recipes, spells, herbal lore and seasonal magic for Pagan Children! Click below to see a Sample Issue
Fairy Coloring Book and Coloring Pages: Children of all ages will enjoy these fairy coloring pages and please look at the coloring book gallery. Children from around the world may email their coloring page to the fairies to have it included in the fairy coloring book gallery. The coloring pages are well suited for printing to color by hand or save the coloring page to use your graphics program to color.
Fairy Coloring Pages at Nicole's Coloring Pages For sale very reasonably priced, check it out
I found a great fairy coloring page here (too large to post):