I’m still in the midst of the holiday craze and don’t have much time for blogging, but I had to stop in and make this quick announcement.
I am thrilled to report that I have been invited back and am re-joining the 2015 Robin’s Nest Design Team as an Altered Art Artist. Make sure to check out the rest of the fabulous team.
In between board games and cookie consumption, I am actually working hard on my January projects for the team. At least one of them takes me in quite a different direction and I can’t wait to share it with you.
In the meantime, have a safe, sane, but equally fun New Year’s.
If you need a truly eye-catching gift or just want to make your own Christmas tree more festive, try making these honeycomb ornaments. Read the rest of this entry
Ok, Now I’ve done it. With that headline, I have officially made the worst pun ever. If you can forgive me, please check out my Altoid tin (breath mint) tutorial over at the Robin’s Nest.
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The Robin’s Nest has announced the winners of the blog hop.
GinnyG, you are the winner here at Paper Calliope. Please go to the Robin’s Nest to obtain the information you need to get your prize.
Now that the Robin’s Nest contest is over, I thought I would show you some of the things that went into making Elfville. It involved more than a solid month of work. Phew! Would I do such a large project again? Probably not…especially since I can’t find a place in my home big enough to display Elfville (without displacing all the other vintage collections I have).
I have to be honest, amidst the flurry of getting this project done, I didn’t take enough how-to-make photos. So instead of individual tutorials, which would become tedious to read, I am going to give you an overall glimpse of how things were made. Read the rest of this entry