Today we have another holiday card idea from Niki.
Niki loves to add a touch of sparkle to everything she does, and the rhinestone sticker sheets from The Buckle Boutique are the PERFECT way to do that! Simply cut the sticker sheets with scissors, a craft knife or even your die cutting machine . . . then peel of the backing to expose the adhesive and stick!
Do you still have Holiday cards to make and send out? Niki has been busy making her holiday cards . . . and they are “snow” much fun!
Head over to Niki’s blog by clicking HERE for all of the details about this project.
The holidays are a magical time! Today Niki shares a project that she created that shows she believes in the magic of the season.
Head over to her blog HERE to see more details.
Today Shawn is going to show us how she created two cute snowmen cards at once just by planning out her use of cuts and products.
Shawn used the Winter Frolic Cricut Cartridge and rhinestone sticker sheets from The Buckle Boutique. Head over to her blog for the full project tutorial. Just click HERE.
Have you seen the most recent issue of Bella Crafts? Ann Butler shows you how to create this embossed clay cuff, accented with rhinestone sticker sheets from The Buckle Boutique.
Click HERE to download your copy! This project can be found on page 66.
Are you planning on creating a new holiday wreath this year? Here are some wreaths to inspire you created by the Design Team at The Buckle Boutique!
Below are links to SOME of the project tutorials for these wreaths
Picture Frame Wreath
When I was a young girl, my mother had a set of very old houses that we would set up at Christmas time. The backs had holes cut into them so that you could put a light bulb from a strand of Christmas tree lights into the hole, then the light could shine through the windows of the houses. There was even a church, and it had windows painted to look like stain glass windows.
Stephanie has taken the memories of those vintage Holiday Villages and given them a modern twist using the rhinestone sticker sheets from The Buckle Boutique and Rowlux Illusion Film.
Head over to Stephanie’s blog for the full project tutorial by clicking HERE.