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Shink plastic charms made with StazOn Pigment

Make Shrinky Dinks With your Kids

I don't really journal, scrapbook, do mixed media, etc But, I do like making memories with my kids! I decided to share a fun project with you that my children and I do together and MAKE memories! Shrinky Dinks are so much fun to make with your kiddos and they're super easy!

Upcycle tea tin made with mixed media techniques and tools.

Upcycled Tea Tin

I love upcycling old, found items. In today's video, I give this tea tin has a fresh new shabby chic look while still holding on to that vintage feel using the VersaFine Clair ink in Fallen Leaves paired with the Walnut ink. I love this way this turned out and hopefully, you will give this project a try.

Handmade ring bowls in red and rose-gold that would make the perfet gift for a wedding couple.

Wedding Ring Clay Bowls

One of the smallest details that has the biggest meaning in a wedding, is the ring. In this post, I will demonstrate how to make two different DIY ring bowls using air dry clay and All-Purpose Inks. Using Imagine’s newest stunning Rose Gold All-Purpose ink, I demonstrate how to make a Rose Gold flower ring bowl. I will also show you how to add shading and depth by making use of the All-Purpose ink Vintage Wine, a dark burgundy color.

Handmade boxes perfect for slipping little favors or gifts into.

DIY Wedding Favor Gift Boxes

Sometimes you want to leave your guests a little something as a thank you for attending your wedding. These DIY wedding favor gift boxes are super easy to make. They can be made in many different sizes and colors to fit your style and needs. They would also be great for party favors for a baby shower too. Watch my video for details on how to make these cute little boxes.

Handmade frame for guests to sign at a wedding in silver and white

Wedding Guestbook

On Point Glue and Tear It! Tape worked wonders on my die-cut wedding frame construction. Imagine's adhesives are very strong, durable, and easy to work with! Also, I really love using the new Sheer Shimmer Stix in Sparkle to enhance this project and I thought it would be perfect for this wedding frame keepsake that could be used to have your guests sign instead of a guest book.

Handmade gift tag featuring a dragonfly and flowers in Rose Gold color.

Rose Gold Dragonfly and Floral Gift Tag

I have limited space for craft supplies and am always looking for ways to get multiple uses out of a single supply. One way to accomplish this, for example, is to keep a stash of white paper flowers in different sizes and color them to match your project.  This way, you don’t have to make room for multiple packages of pre-colored flowers. See how I create a Rose Gold Dragonfly theme gift tag using several of Imagine's and Tsukineko's inks.

Mixed Media Tag for Valentines

I'm always looking for different textures to include in my paper crafting projects. It's a fun challenge for me and this tag really brought some interesting textures together in a great way! I can always count on Imagine to have just the right product to bring gorgeous color to these textures. Fireworks spray really shines when used over a stencil textured background. You will see in this video, I add a little water and the shimmer and pigment will settle in between the shapes, giving great depth to this tag. I also really love that I can layer different colors of Fireworks spray over the top of each other. I used irRESISTible Pico Embellisher on the wire mesh texture to give it a little bit of color.  It's just thick enough to fill the holes and looks fantastic! I wanted the resin hearts to be stark white and stand out so I used All-Purpose Ink in White, which provided great coverage and opacity. Watch my video today and like and share if you enjoy it!

Learn How To Make Three Unique Bowls Using Polyform Clay inked with StazOn ink and VersaMagic ink

Learn How To Make Three Unique Bowls Using Polyform Clay

Ink is not just for paper. You can use it on fabric, metal and more specifically Polyform clay. You can use inks to transform polymer clay projects into a wide variety of pieces. Use ink to simply color your clays projects, use with stamps to add designs, or blend it into the clay to create a new color clay. For this project, I create three different bowls using Sculpey Souffle clay with VesaMagic Dew Drop and StazOn inks and demonstrate several techniques when using inks. Hope I pique your interest and give these projects a try.

An upcycled jam jar decorated with cat stamps using StazOn ink, filled with cotton balls.

Learn How to Stamp on Glass with StazOn Ink

There are days when the rainy weather keeps your kids inside. It’s a good idea to have a few crafty project ideas that you can pull out from your sleeve when the boredom tries to sneak in. The best ideas don’t require too much preparation nor special tools; for this decorated glass jar you will only need a short list of things every paper crafter has in her stash.

A moleskin notebook personalized with monkey images by stamping and coloring in with Tsukineko, Imagine and Gel Pen inks.

How to Personalize a Moleskine Notebook

Can you ever have too many notebooks? I think not! I love to add more to my collection (and even get around to using them sometimes) but sometimes the best quality notebooks fly under the decorative radar. This gives them all kinds of great potential on the outside, just like the blank pages are inside. For the Moleskine notebook, I’ve used Fabrico and All-Purpose inks to decorate it with some cute monkeys, designating this notebook for future cute and cheeky thoughts!

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