These cactus printables are perfect to hang in a nursery or in your home. Use some Derwent Academy Watercolour supplies to make it tens times better than a black and white printable. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support.
I made these cactus printables even better by using some Derwent Academy products and my Xyron Sticker Maker. Create your own 3D cactus art by following the easy steps below . When I began experimenting with different art mediums, watercolors were always a favorite of mine. I learned that you have to start with the lightest colour and then moving into dark colors when with oil paint, you have to do the opposite. Watercolor dries fast and using Derwent Academy Watercolour Pencil Tins and Derwent Academt assorted brushes are a great alternative to panned watercolors.
Begin by printing out the cactus printables just on standard copy paper. You will then trace the cactus images onto your Derwent Academy Watercolour Pad paper using a waterproof pen. Use your Derwent Academy Watercolour Pencils and use whichever color palette you want. I used 4 shades of green and then I took the assorted brushes and hastily applied water over my pencil shades.
I wanted an imperfect look so I didn’t follow any outer lines and even got some splashes on the paper. To do that, blend your colors and before washing out your brush, just flick it over the paper. Allow it to dry and then cut some free formed floral shapes out of your felt. I used a coral color but, again, use whatever fits into your color scheme. Run the felt through your Xyron Sticker Maker and then apply it directly to the paper. For a more dimensional look, I layered them and scrunched some areas together for bulk. Frame these perfect watercolor cactus printables for your home or as an easy gift for a home warming present. I love these and I’m saving these for when we move and I can get some artwork up on more walls!
For this easy Christmas Vacation printable, just send it to your local print shop. I’ve included a 5×7″ print and a 16×20″. Just save them and upload them and select your print size when you’re finalizing your print.
And after this Christmas season I do realize that it was actually Helen that said this and not Clark. I’ll get it fixed but don’t hold your breath. 😉I send mine to Costco because they’re inexpensive and the prints last forever. There are three printable available so just choose which Christmas Vacation Printable you want! Just click the link above to the Christmas Vacation Printable and you’ll be taken to the google file.Now let’s check out the rest of the amazing Christmas creations!
Women of any age suffer from the dreaded whiskers. Grab her some electronic tweezers and this fun facial hair printable and gift her something useful.This post contains affiliate links. Just like any printable I offer on my site, this is for personal use only.
I don’t know a woman who doesn’t deal with whiskers or full-blown chin hair. If you don’t, then I don’t know what kind of witch-craft you’re doing but teach me your ways! It’s always a fun joke in our family and so one day at Ulta, I found this electronic tweezers that has six that spin around and grab them. It works awesome so I had to get my mom and sister-in-law one ASAP.I couldn’t just hand it over. That’s not my style. I had to make a cute little print to go with it. One of the witches faces even have two little whiskers on it. It’s only on one of the witches faces by mistake but it’s actually pretty cute so I’ll leave it to you to decide which one you want.
Easy enough, just print off the printable and cut it into the 4.25×5.5″ rectangle. Punch a hole in the corner and attach it to the box with some twine. I looped my twine a lot of times and so it looks like hair. Just a play on words. Give it to the hairy women in your life and laugh about it. There is always wax and someone is always coming up with great inventions like this to help women like us.
I love the thought of giving something like this for Halloween. Who knows, I may make one for men one of these days but I know hairy chins don’t bother them as much.
I love the time that leads up to Halloween. It’s so beautiful outside and the decorations have always been a favorite of mine. I’m going to show you how I styled these free Halloween printables.
As Halloween creeps closer, I just want all my decorations out. But then I think about how I have to just put them back in a few weeks and then put up the Christmas decorations. It’s so much work!These free Halloween printables are the perfect addition to any decor. There are spiders and insects to choose from. Just pop them in some easy frames and display. You won’t feel overwhelmed by the thought of these decorations.
I printed these off my HP printer at home and used 4×6″ photos. I sized them to fit as I printed them out so that it would cover the entire surface of your photo paper. I made these so that you can print them up to 8×10″ and have larger Halloween prints.I tell you, these are super easy to accomplish and you’ll feel 1000% better that you got something done. I know I do! Grab these free Halloween printables just using the links above. You can send them to the print shop if that’s easier but I find it a lot easier to use my HP Printer.
School starts before we know it, grab this free back to school printable and make all your teachers dreams come true. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support.
I can’t believe school starts in a matter of days for some and a few weeks for others. I love when my kids are in school, I’m not gonna lie. Teachers are my saving grace and I love everything they do and teach my children. I often wonder if they’re doing a better job than I am.
I made this printable using my iPad Pro and iPencil along with the Pro Create app. Super easy and the smoothness you get from the iPencil is amazing. It was definitely a high purchase item for me but I’ve found many uses for it so far.
I also grabbed some Neon Crayons from Amazon and just tied a cute ribbon so that it’d be secure on the box. Took me 5 minutes total once I printed out my file, cut it and secured it.
Did you know you can make your own custom labels with Cricut? It’s so easy and made this Twin Baby Shower memorable.This post contains affiliate links. Thank you to Cricut for sponsoring this post.
This baby shower that I helped throw for my friend was amazing! She just delivered her twins and I’m so proud of her – mainly because I can barely handle one infant, let alone two. When we had her baby shower, I wanted the girls to be able to take something with them when they left. We like to party simple so we just gave everyone a bag of popcorn adhered with labels we created using these super cute images from Cricut Design Space. I also made the mini onesie boxes and adhered a label using the same method. Links to the canvasses are at the bottom of this post.I didn’t want a piece of paper taped on our cellophane bags so I created super easy labels inCricut Design Space. Making labels with Cricut is so easy and it’s a feature I use often. For a step-by-step process on the Print-then-Cut method can be found here.First, choose your design and choose what shape you want your labels to be. I chose a white circle and placed the image on top of the circle. I then selected both shapes and attached them, then you’ll choose to flatten them. I did it for the green and the pink labels.Next, you’ll use the Printable Vinyl available online or at your local craft store. You can use the sticker paper but it’s too thick for me to pull through my printer and the vinyl is more flexible for the cellophane bags.Before you fill your bags with popcorn, add your label you made with Cricut on to the front. Now add your popcorn and tie with your twine.For the mini onesie boxes, I used the Sorbet Sampler Cardstock and cut the shape. I did use hot glue on the fold to be sure that it held together. I then filled them up with candy and looped them close. For the fronts, I cut out a circle using white glitter cardstock and adhered the label to that. For the font, I used Lemon Tuesday which is free for personal use. I love this font.
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So as I explained over on my Kid Friendly Valentines, I thought maybe I’d make some for the humor that I have. These are my adult themed valentines and I’m always the friend who has something totally shocking and inappropriate to say. These are perfect for a person like me. Grab all the details at the bottom of the post.To those of you not familiar with the moose, let’s just say it’s the male equivalent to a camel toe…nuff said. And, the ram one is probably my favorite.
I have kids, you all mostly know that. I’m also a little adventurous in what comes out of my mouth. I’ve made some Adult Friendly Valentines too for those of you who are a bit like me. These were really easy to make. I just printed them off on my HP printer with cardstock, cut them out and hot glued the animals to it. I spray painted them to add some coordinating colors. The print is at the bottom of the post along with other materials.Now, before you say something about that deer…my daughter lost the original so just pretend it’s a real deer and not some other kind of deer. Let’s just say it’s the deer family and this brings out my knowledge on the animal kingdom. Animals – Amazon (affiliate link) Kids Animal Valentines – FREE PRINTABLE
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