Showing posts from August, 2021

Paint Pour Pumpkin Wood Sign for Autumn!

Paint Pour Pumpkin Wood Sign for Autumn! Autumn is just around the corner, you can practically smell the pumpkin spice! This fun paint poured pumpkin is the perfect Fall decor...but it's best to do it now, because it takes weeks to cure! Paint pouring is so much fun! It's the perfect craft for any skill level and it's highly addictive! This cute pumpkin wood cut out is available at Oriental Trading , the perfect place to find everything for every occasion. Supplies Needed for Pumpkin Paint Pour: Pumpkin Wood Cut Out Acrylic Craft Paint Pouring Medium Small Paper Cups Large Mixing Cup Stirring Sticks Plastic Tablecloth or garbage bag Begin by setting a plastic table cover on your work surface. Then prop the wood cut out on the tablecloth using little paper cups. Mix one part of the Paint Pouring Medium with one part paint and stir them up carefully in a little cup. Mix up a cup of white, a couple shades of ye

Triple Chocolate Fudge Bundt Cake Recipe!

  Triple Chocolate Fudge Bundt Cake Recipe! Hands down, this is the best cake recipe...if you love chocolate! It's actually 4 types of chocolate...but you can make the cake without the fudge topping, so I'm calling it triple.  This is an amped up cake mix recipe. Cake mixes aren't too bad if you add some fun things to them to make them better. This is a quick cake to make and perfect for holiday parties because it's THAT special.  Mix: 1 Devils Food Cake Box Mix 1 small box of instant chocolate Pudding 1/2 cup warm Water 1/2 cup Canola oil 4 beaten Eggs 1 cup plain Greek yogurt 2 cups semi sweet mini chocolate chips Step 1: Bake the Cake!  Mix above listed ingredients and pour contents into a greased bundt cake pan. Bake at 350* for one hour...or until toothpick comes out clean.   Then let the cake cool for about 15 minutes. Then cut off the top center as needed to make flat surface.   Then invert the cake onto a cakestand.   The bundt should

How to Make Resin Quartz Crystals

  Posted first on Resin Crafts Blog How to Make Resin Quartz Crystals This fun craft makes it possible to make as many gorgeous crystals as desired…enough to fill a treasure box!  They appear identical to real quartz crystals and reflect the light in the same manner.  Learn how to make resin crystals using EasyMold and EasyCast resin.  Let’s get started! SUPPLIES NEEDED: EasyMold Silicone Rubber Small plastic container that fits the crystals 1 or more actual crystals (could be formed out of clay or wood) Hot Glue/Gun Mold Conditioner and Release Spray EasyCast Resin Stirring Sticks Mixing Cups Disposable gloves and worksurface MOLD MAKING: Begin by making the mold of the crystals.  Find a plastic container that fits the actual crystals you have.   Crystals could also be formed out of some oven-bake clay or carved out of wood too.   Spray the inside of the container with the Mold Release Spray gently.  Next, place some hot glue on one face