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Make an easy and quick Thanksgiving decoration. This paper craft is very similar to the luminary project featured in this article (click here)..Just download and print the thanksgiving pdf's onto 9 x 12 paper, glue the edges and place over a puck light. Couldn't get any easier and quicker than that.
I use my Pazzles Inspiration (which I love) to cut out my craft projects. I don't know about you but sometimes I get very frustrated when I waste expensive paper cutting the same project over again because the paper slips on the mat. This usually happens when I use older mats that just aren't quite as sticky as they once were, but still are good enough to cut on.
Today's craft project is a Halloween Candy Corn treat box holder. Die cuts for this project are available for free download and include files that are compatible with most die cut machines. I made this craft out of orange poster board and yellow and white card stock.
This is a very quick and easy Halloween craft, which you can do with kids. As you can tell from the photo above, we eat a lot of salsa in my house. I love re purposing the jars into storage and craft projects. The price is right, and recycling stuff that would otherwise be thrown away is always a good thing
This paper craft project is easy and cheap to make. It just takes a little time, but the results are amazing! All you need is some paper, glue, and a whole lot of patience.
In one of my previous incarnations, I was employed as a desktop publisher (glorified clerk) in a quick print operation. Many small business owners would come by and have business notepads printed and assembled. I would always be amazed at the amount of money they would spend on these notepads, because I knew just how cheap and easy they were to make!
I don't know about you, but it breaks my heart when I spend a lot of money on scrapbook paper and only use a small portion of it. I save all of the bits and pieces knowing that I will use them somehow in the future.
This easy paper craft uses all of those odds and ends you have laying around around and turns them into refrigerator magnets. Everyone could use a refrigerator magnet or two to hang up the precious works of art from our children, important notes, reminders etc. It starts with wooden shapes.