Showing posts from January, 2020

Turquoise Patina Rub N Buff Sandals Upcycle!

 Turquoise Patina Rub N Buff Sandals Upcycle! Upcycle some old sandals with turquoise patina Rub n Buff in just a few minutes. Have you been going through your closets, cupboards and rooms in an effort to organize and consolidate? I bet you have a few pair of shoes that could use an update. If you like the style, consider a color change! I bought these darling sandals on Ebay. They looked bright blue and very clean. Here's the picture that accompanied the listing: I was surprised when they arrived that they were just very blue shoes. Like Pantone's blue color of the year classic blue. I contacted the seller and they beat around the issue blaming different monitors, etc. Anyway, they were not the turquoise color I wanted. Supplies Needed for this Turquoise Patina Rub N Buff Sandals Upcycle Patina Rub N Buff Shoes (this stuff works on faux or real leather, canvas and plastic!) Napkin or Paper Towel Disposable Glove Rub N Buff is a wax ba

Galaxy Paint Poured Resin Coasters DIY

Galaxy Paint Poured Resin Coasters DIY Make stunning galaxy coasters with high gloss resin and vivid colors. These amazing coasters are addicting to make with this fun resin pour technique. Coasters are a great place to start when working with resin...and then progress to much larger scale pieces of art. Plus, details on my Birthday Giveaway at the end of the post. I've worked with ETI-USA at Resin Crafts Blog for a couple years now and love working with resin. Using resin elevates any project and makes it look so professional. These resin coasters are no exception, I love the high quality finish and vivid colors. Supplies Needed for Galaxy Resin Coasters: (affiliate links included) Wood Coasters High Gloss Resin Opaque Pigment Embossing Heat Tool Stirring Sticks, Mixing Cups, Disposable Work Surface and Gloves Small Cups Step 1: Galaxy Coasters Begin by painting all the coasters black. Then set them on little cups on a disposable surface. I use a pla

Cricut Maker Valentines Wavy Cut Blade Heart Cards

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine. Cricut Maker Valentines Wavy Cut Blade Heart Cards I love my Cricut Maker ! I've been testing out some of the new tools for the adaptive tool set. I wasn't sure if I would like the Wavy blade, but it's really fun! This cute Valentine Card inspired by conversation hearts is easy to make using the Cricut Maker, drawing pen and the wavy cut blade. Insert a lollipop for the perfect Valentine's Day gift! Giveaway details at the end of the post. Make the most darling Valentine's to pass out to friends, school teachers and coworkers! These cute cards have lots of room for writing on the inside...or make them without a card base and just sign your name. Supplies Needed: Cricut Maker Wavy Blade Drawing Pen Cricut Cardstock Sampler  Fine Point Cutting Blade (included with machine) Strong Grip Cutting Mat Lollipops Foam Tape Permanent Adh