February, aaah the month of love! What better way to celebrate than to give someone you love a bouquet of flowery sweets.
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Have you ever wanted something for your wall, but you just can’t find the right thing? Have you seen those cool wall art pieces with nice quotes on them but want to make your own. Well, today I will show you how I made one.
Want to add a fun new dimension to your digital crafting repertoire? Try fabric! There are some great ink jet friendly fabric products available which can be used to convert just about any digital image into a piece of fabric that can be used in a variety of ways.
Did you know it’s Teacher Appreciation week? I certainly wasn’t prepared ahead of time! But, I managed to pull together a gift for our special teachers. Read more to see how you can quickly dress up a gift card to show your teacher how thankful you are for all that they do!
Always on a quest for easy and fun crafty projects to do with my three little girls, I thought we’d take the handprint flower idea and add some gorgeous digital papers for a quick, kid-friendly project.
For my first post here at The Hybrid Chick, I chose to make a perfect little gift ensemble that is just right for any occasion.
I have a perpetual New Year’s Resolution – to be more organized. This perpetual calendar will help me to remember birthdays and other important dates…I hope! I’ll show you how to make your own, using Jan Hosford’s template and the beautiful kit Limitless-Open Sky by the Digichick Designers!
I thought of a fun way for the kids to learn the Christmas Story. Some cute little magnetic Nativity paper dolls. I have a few Nativity scenes, but they are all glass and not really kid friendly. So, i thought I would make one that the kiddos could play with. Stick them on the fridge or put them on a magnetic bulletin board, or even on a cookie sheet! The kids will love them.
Halloween is in full force here at The Hybrid Chick blog! Today I have a little tutorial for you!! Did you know that you can change the size of any and every template? Make them work together like nesting boxes? Well, today I am going to show you how…
There are so many amazing digital kits with wonderful 3-D looking elements. Expertly placed shadows, stitching and distressing are as gorgeous digitally as they are in real life. But what if you just want a tiny bit more? What if you need to cut, punch and glue something yourself today? Using shrink film products you can turn that digital button into the real deal! Come, join me!