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September 22, 2014

We Love: Washi Tape in the Home!

We Love: Washi Tape in the Home
Our love for washi tape continues to grow as washi tape makes its way from the craft table to the home. Be inspired to bring new life to a blank wall, or even your refrigerator, with this colorful adhesive. When you want to remove it you can just peel it away without destroying the paint, or leaving any residue. Washi tape comes in a variety of colors and sizes (there’s even giant washi tape), so the possibilities are pretty endless.

Check out the creative ways people have been using washi tape as part of their home decor after the jump…


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September 19, 2014

Fabric Friday

Fabric Friday on Pretty Prudent

Fabricworm has a bunch of new fabrics in for fall, including this sweet cheater quilt fabric – Jay-Cyn Designs for Birch Fabrics, Feather River, Feather River Patch. If you are new to the magic that is a cheater quilt, check out our Introduction to Cheater Quilts. Now you can pretty much make a quilt in record time. This would make a great holiday gift, especially with fabric as cute as this.

Enter for the chance to win one yard of Jay-Cyn Designs for Birch Fabrics, Feather River, Feather River Patch, and find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…


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September 19, 2014

Flower Friday: How to Press Flowers in Just Five Minutes

There are several different ways to press flowers, however, some of these techniques take a few weeks to do. For those that are not so patient, or get the urge to craft right that minute, I’m going to show you how to press flowers in just five minutes or less. Once you have your bouquet of pressed flowers you can craft the day away making cards, decoupage projects, and more.

You can also check out our other Flower Friday projects: Yarn Bombing Flowers | The Second Life of Fresh Flowers | DIY Dried Flower Bouquet | Dried Flower Soaps | Rose and Eucalyptus Body Scrub

How to Press Flowers in Five Minutes (2 of 7)

Learn how to press flowers in just five minutes after the jump…


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