Washi Tape Drinking Jars
by Amanda Coleman
Designer Note: My 6 year old daughter was crafting the other day and made these drink/trinket jars. So consider turning your kids loose with a little washi tape and see what THEY create...you might be amazed!
by Tamara Tripodi
Designer Note: My girly-girl loves to dress up so I thought we could make some fun masks! Using some Doodlebug embellishments and candy coated cardstock, she had a great time with this summer 'boredom buster'. First you'll need find a printable mask template. Trace the template and have your child cut it out. Add a small brad and twine to be able to tie the mask on. Then let her embellish away!
by Monique Liedtke
Designer Note: I created two dress up dolls with matching clothes using the Silhouette Cameo. When I saw this design in the Silhouette store I knew straight away I wanted to create these dolls, as I have such font memories of my own dress up doll from when I was 8 years old. Doodlebug's cardstock, 6x6 paper pads and the fantastics designs and colors were just perfect for this project! I made "4th of July" dresses for both girls :). The clothes and the hairs are adhered to the doll using strips of adhesive magnetic tape: super easy!
Supplies: Doodlebug cardstock, "Stars & Stripes" collection, "Lovebirds" collection. Tools: Silhouette Cameo. Silhouette design: Rivka Wilkins