These are made with Ranger Alcohol Inks canned air and clear GLASS ornaments. Click the link below for the video that shows you how. This speaks to my love of color. After watching it, it seems pretty easy. I am going to try this, like I need something else to do, right!?
via Alcohol Ink Ornaments | LulaBelle Handicrafts
How cool is this one? You can get glass stain at all the big box craft stores. And it isn’t very expensive!
via DIY Colored Christmas Ornament | DIY & Crafts
These are beautiful and easy. You use clear ornaments you can get from craft store. I’ve also heard that you can use Glitter It and Minwax Polycrilic.
via Easy 6 Step Pledge Glitter Ornaments / Craft-e-Corner: Blog
it’s always nice ot be able to make your envelopes, especially if you have a card of unusual dimensions.
via Free Printable Envelope Templates In Every Size
Something I’ve never heard of. Sports trading cards, yes. Advertising? No. These are quite pretty and advertise everything from beer to bread to root beer.
Trade Cards: An Illustrated History features highlights from the Waxman Collection of Food and Culinary Trade Cards–a remarkable assemblage of advertising trade cards about food and related subjects ca. 1870-1900. Trade cards provide a surprisingly revealing look at America during a period of growth and national pride, set against the nineteenth century’s unshakable faith in perpetual civic and individual self-improvement.This online exhibition provides an illustrated overview of the history of trade cards, while exploring the ways in which they illuminate late-nineteenth-century American life, culture, fashion, society, and identity. Written by Nach (1958) and Maron Waxman.
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