Showing posts from March, 2019

EggMazing Striped Easter Eggs DIY!

EggMazing Striped Easter Eggs DIY! I love simple crafts, although I've never really been fond of decorating eggs, not quite sure why.  However, this is my new favorite way to decorate an egg.  The EggMazing spinner is simple to use and works like a charm.  Create stunning eggs in ombres, stripes, rainbows and more using the EggMazing.   The EggMazing spins the egg at a steady pace and you just need to add marker to it.  The best part is that it's perfect for all ages!  My nearly 72 year old dad made a couple eggs, as did my nearly 5 year old great for any age that you would give a marker to. I bought this EggMazing spinner on Amazon, it's not sponsored or supplied to me.  I have included affiliate links though. EggMazing Spinner Using the EggMazing is a breeze.  Seriously, watch this video: Simple, right!?  It's so fun!  The Egg Mazing comes with the device and 8 markers.  You will need batteries and eggs.

DIY Resin Monogram Necklace with Vinyl

 Posted Previously on Eti Resin Crafts Blog .  Affiliate links included in post. DIY Resin Monogram Necklace with Vinyl Make a darling monogram necklace in just a few minutes.  Perfect handmade gift for someone you love.  This necklace is easy to make and a great project if you are new to using resin.  Jewelry resin is super addicting--you will love it! I picked an "H" for my daughter, which letter will you choose? Supplies Needed: Scrapbook Paper Scissors or circle punch Jewelry Bezel with Chain ETI Jewelry Resin Cricut Maker Mod Podge or Sealer Black Vinyl/Transfer Tape Cut a piece of paper the size of the inside of the bezel, using the scissors or punch. Use the  Cricut Maker  to cut some vinyl the size of your pendant bezel, about 3/4" tall. Use transfer tape to get the vinyl monogram on the scrapbook paper. Next paint the Mod Podge inside the bezel. Place the scrapbook paper inside and then paint Mod Podge over the

Photo Transfer to Wood using Laser Printer: DIY Tutorial

Photo Transfer to Wood using Laser Printer: DIY Tutorial Transferring a photograph to a block of wood is a fun craft.  This temple print works great because there it is not critical to have exact details.  If it was a family picture, it would be easy to accidentally remove the details of faces.  So start with a landscape or building and then move up to more complicated images. I took this amazing picture of the Ogden, Utah LDS Temple a couple of years ago and I just love it.  I did a high contrast print in black and white for this project.  Right click to save off the image, personal use only please.  The image needs to be printed with toner on a laser printer.  Whatever picture you are using needs to be horizontally flipped so the image will be the correct direction after the process.  This photo is already mirrored. Supplies Needed: Mod Podge Photo Transfer Medium Paintbrush Wood board Mirrored Laser Print Begin by painting a thick coat of transfer medium all o