I’m going to repeat myself… again… I love working with the Glitter HTV. It’s easy and it looks so great on everything I’ve used it on so far. This one took a while to weed, but I really think the weeding is therapeutic and relaxing. It’s like taking a break, yet accomplishing something.
Summer’s here – time to bring out the flip flops. Our flip flops are each individually made, no two are alike and all are made in the U.S. They come in hot colors and are available by themselves to use in charm bracelets or craft projects. Or, they can be purchased with a 30″ silver ballchain (which can be cut to your own size) or some come with an Organza 5 ribbon necklace with clasp. Check out our flip flop charms.
Finally – a use for clothespins that doesn’t include work. I took the wire off of the clothespin to use with my polymer clay cupcake charms. I drilled a hole, then attached the wire to a 30″ silver ballchain. The ballchain can be cut to a shorter length if desired. I also made Minnie Mouse cupcake charms. Love our Minnie. The clothespin wire charms, as well as charms without chains, ballchain necklaces and organza ribbon cupcake charm necklaces are available on our website.
Minnie Mouse clothespin wire charms. The familiar mouse ears and a red and white polka dot bow top the red and white polka dot cupcake bottom.
Easy cupcake plates are put together using a 4″ tall glass candle holder and 5″ round mirror. I’ve just set the mirror on the holder, but for a sturdier one, you can use a glue for ceramics and glue them together. I got both at my local Dollar Tree. Total cost: $2