Come check out how I turned a milk carton into a spooky house that’s perfect as a Halloween decoration or gift!
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Are you looking for a quick and easy way to add a little extra something to your next hybrid project? Come along with me today as I show you one of my favorite techniques for adding dimension to elements!
Does your child’s teacher really NEED another apple themed name plate? Yeah, I didn’t think so. Today we have a simple, useful gift that any teacher would be happy to have on his or her desk.
Wow! I’m always amazed at what you can find out from other scrappers and stampers! I’m constantly learning new tips, techniques and other snippets of useful information. And that’s what The Hybrid Chick is all about. So read on for some more little tidbits that I find helpful when I’m incorporating stamping into my hybrid projects.
Want to learn more about how to mix stamping with your hybrid papercrafts? Join us for Stamp Week here at The Hybrid Chick as we enable you with details about one of our other favorite hobbies… because we’re evil like that. But you love us, right?
I decided to make a very unique little personalised gift for a friend who is having her baby daughter baptised. Come and check out what I made – I’m not sure what you would call it, but it’s the baby’s name spelled out and it can be stood upon a shelf in her bedroom.
Recently, The Hybrid Chick held a Baby Shower and I made a treasure/keepsake tin for a newborn baby. I thought I’d add some index cards inside the tin for the proud parents to record precious memories of their baby. Whether it be to document those special moments at birth, or when baby first smiles or laughs or even to record some information about the keepsakes or treasures that will be going into this precious tin.
Today’s project for our celebration of all things baby is a handy box to keep in the trunk of your car for those “uh-oh” moments… like when you notice that the 25 lb. weight limit on your baby’s diaper has been exceeded by 5 lbs, but you forgot to bring your diaper bag; or when you’re out running errands and baby is all of a sudden in need of a change of clothes! I started keeping extras of all the essentials in the back of my van. As I was browsing Michaels the other day and came across these boxes for storing your photos, I thought they would make a cute and original gift for any mother-to-be.
Today’s post is looking at how I made up a collage canvas using all sorts of bits and pieces from my traditional scrapbooking goodies along with a touch of digi too!