What's the second most important part of the gift besides what it is? That you made it yourself! Inspirational scrapbook celebrity Stacy Julian says, " Homemade doesn’t mean that you make it from scratch. Homemade just means that you make time to build memories at home."
All week we continue to bring you ideas for gifts, gifts that you can make by yourself or with family members helping out!
Here is a re-post of a tutorial from November 2006 which you can wow family and friends with your artistic creations!
How to :
For a really quick project use the magnet templates by Kari Schoonover/Pattie Knox available at http://www.designerdigitals.com/. I used the template as a guideline, changing a few things to fit my layouts. Once complete, print out on photo paper and cut out the circle. If you want to have part of the metal show from the cd, cut inside the circle. Run the circle layout through a Xyron and adhere to a cd. Place magnet strips on the back and showcase your art on your fridge.
Follow the directions above and make two circle layouts. Cut a piece of ribbon for a hanger. Loop it over the cd and adhere it to the cd on both sides. It is best to use E-6000 glue or Super Tape to securely hold down the ribbon. Once the ribbon is in place and the glue is dry, place the layouts over the ribbon on both sides of the cd.
You can use these same templates to make custom labels for cd tins, coasters, mini-albums, door-hangers, cards and more.
Templates: Simply DIP CD Magnet Templates by Kari Schoonover http://www.designerdigitals.com/
Kari Kopy CD Magnet Templates by Pattie Knox http://www.designerdigitals.com/
Christmas ornaments: All http://www.jenwilsondesigns/ products
Everyday magnets: All http://www.heatheranndesigns/ products
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