To Do List Notepad

I saw this idea on the cricut message boards and figured I'd give it a try with my own twist.  I started with an 8.5 by 11 sheet of paper and cut it down to the size of the notebook lengthwise.  I then scored the sides to wrap around the notebook.  On the one I saw they used a piece of ribbon to keep the cover closed.  I didn't really like that idea so I decided to use magnets. 

The writing on the front cover is done in Vinyl.

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Dog Treat Jars

This was my first attempt at using Vinyl and Glass etching cream.  I think they turned out pretty good.

This was a spagetti sauce jar.  I cut out the letters in Vinyl and used transfer tape to put them onto the jar.  I then used a piece of fabric to cover the cap on the jar and put a ribbon around it to secure it on.

This was an pickle jar.  I used the outline vinyl from the above jar and placed it on the jar and then used glass etching cream.  I followed the directions which said to leave it on for 5 mins, which I did.  I kind of freaked out when I went to wash it off because I didn't see anything on the jar. But after it started to dry I could then see the etching.  I'm not as impressed with this one but I still like it.  Next I'm going to try glass etching some wine glasses. 

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I've always been interested in arts and crafts all my life. I've dabbled in a little bit of everything, from drawing, painting, woodcrafting, metalworking, beading, papercrafting. I love all types of medium.

Welcome to Midwest Greenworks

I've created this blog as a way to share the different crafts and arts I've created. I use a variety of material and styles. If you have any questions about the items I share, feel free to send my a message and I would be happy to answer.


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