Friday, February 28, 2014

Celebrate National Craft Month Event at all stores - Saturday, March 1st from 10am-2pm

Join us for our next store event! Celebrate March "National Craft Month" on Saturday, March 1st from 10am to 2pm at all stores! We have fun make 'n takes and free demos planned. Learn a craft for just a dollar!

 
Make 'n Takes & Demos on Sat., March 1


See stores for more details. See you there!

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 342 - Colored Shells with Alcohol Inks (On The Road Edition)


Jflo is back showing how to change the color of shells with alcohol inks. Quick, easy and fun project!

Add decorative colored shells to a vase!


Supplies:
alcohol inks by Ranger
blending solution by Ranger
zip lock bag
sea shells

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Resin Marble Magnet

Create these magnets using marbles, embellishments, resin and magnets!


 
 
 
 






Supplies:
Resin
UV Lamp
Flat Marbles
Magnets
E-6000
Glitter
Alcohol Inks
Papers, printed acetate sheets etc...











When using Resin, you always want to work in layers, curing each layer as you go.

Place a drop of resin onto the back of the marble and then cut out an image from the acetate (we used a rose image). Cure the resin under the UV Lamp to seal it in place. You can cut out more images and layer them at this time if you wish. You can even use glitter by just sprinkling a tiny bit onto the resin while it is still wet, and cure it under the UV Lamp. Once you have the look you want, put a few drops of resin onto the marble and use a toothpick to mix in some alcohol ink (Only about half a drop though!) You can use any color and even mix colors to get exactly what you want! Once you are happy with the look, cure it under the UV Lamp for about 2-3 Minutes. Once it is done, use E-6000 to glue the magnet onto the back! We also used a cut out from paper and cured it with resin onto the back of the other marble before using the acetate images and alcohol inks.
 
Check out next week's blog to see how to make this magnetic frame!
























Thanks for looking and CRAFT ON!!!
~Deb @ Market City

Monday, February 24, 2014

Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 341 - Colored Tumbled Glass and Marbles with Alcohol Inks (On The Road Edition)


Do you have a hard time finding that perfect filler for your centerpieces or floral arrangement? JFlo will show you a tip how to transform tumbled glass and marbles to custom colors using alcohol inks.  

Create your own colored faux sea glass!


Supplies:
alcohol inks by Ranger
blending solution by Ranger
zip lock bag
tumbled glass or clear marbles/pebbles

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Flower Doll

Aloha Crafters,

With girls day coming up, todays Idea and Inspiration comes to you in the form of a little beaded flower doll.





Isn't she cute? You can do this craft with a little girl you know, or make it as a gift! Not only can you wear her as a necklace, but you could also put her on a key chain!

Supplies:

-Acrylic Floral beads (these can be either from the bead soup, or you can get a pack of them. 30122133)
-Seed beads in your choice of corresponding colors
-12mm white pearls or 16mm wooden beads (77938480)
-5 eye pins(30095601)
-Flower petals
-Sharpie or deco color pens
-Hot glue gun
-Wire utter
-Round nose plier
-Chain or key ring

Instructions:

1. Use the hot glue to adhere the loose flower petal onto a round bead. This will become our body
2. Take your first eye pin and string your body through
3. Take 2 eye pins and string on top of body, and glue. These will be our arms
4. Take your wooden bead or pearl and place at the top. This will be our head.
5. Take flower bead of your choice and place on top of your dolls head. 
6. Trim down the top of the eye pin and make a loop with your round nose pliers.
7. Attach the last 2 eye pins to the bottom of the doll. These will be our legs.
8. Place seed beads on arms and legs to desired length. Trim and round out wire and you're done!

I hope you enjoyed this project! Happy crafting!

Lani @ Kahului

Friday, February 21, 2014

Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 340 - Hearty Clay Lollipops (On The Road Edition)


Deb from Market City will show you how to make these lollipops. They are quick and easy decorations for a candy themed party!

Great d├ęcor item for a party or embellish a project!

View this project on our YouTube channel: Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 340 - Hearty Clay Lollipops 

Supplies:
Hearty Clay
Parchment Paper
Lollipop sticks

Thanks for joining us this week! See you next time for more quick 'n easy projects from Crankin' Out Crafts!

Thursday, February 20, 2014

3D-Hot Air Balloons



Hot Air Balloon Craft Projects are oh-so-cute. Whether you want to add whimsical details to a party or you want to make a gift for a baby, THIS hot air balloon DIY is a great way to start. This is an adorable hot air balloon crafts. Adding clouds or a rainbow and string them up on your window or maybe into a mobile would be cute.

Supplies:
30141341 – EK Circle Scissors Pro
30141336 -  EK Cutterbee Glass Mat
30028735 – 2”in Marvy Uchida Punch Heart (Blue Punch)
30123978 – Martha Stewart Craft Glue
30104701 – Fold N Score Tool
Cardstock
Baker’s Twine or string

I cut 5 – 5” circles with the various colors. Punch 4 hearts and then score the circles and hearts in the center. Match the sides up and glue. While gluing add the string in the center of the circles and hearts. You can add some clouds too.


Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 339 - Hearty Clay Cookies (On The Road Edition)


Here is our special guest Deb tempting you with another tasty treat, but don't eat it, it's clay! Check out how she is making these cookies with Hearty Clay.

Hearty Clay Cookies


Supplies:
Hearty Clay
Cookie Cutters
Clay Roller
Acrylic paint (Optional)
Parchment Paper
Low Temp Hot Glue Gun

Monday, February 17, 2014

Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 338 - Hearty Clay Cupcakes (On the Road Edition)


Deb is our guest from Market City this week!  She is going to share with you how to make a cute cupcake with Hearty Clay. It looks good enough to eat!

Make cute cupcakes out of Hearty Clay!

Watch our newest video here on our YouTube Channel: Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 338 - Hearty Clay Cupcakes

Supplies:
Hearty Clay
Cupcake Liners
Clay Roller
Scissors
Cupcake Pan
Parchment Paper
Low Temp Hot Glue Gun

We have more Hearty Clay projects coming up this week! Stay tuned!

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Happy Hinamatsuri! Girl’s Day Make ‘n Takes

Join us as we celebrate Girl’s Day at all stores on Saturday, Feb. 15th from 10am to 2pm!

Project schedule as follows:

10-11am – Kokeshi Fan ($3),
11am-12pm – Girl’s Day Magnet ($1),
12-1pm – Kokeshi Notebook ($3)
12-1pm - Girl's Day Bracelet ($5)
1-2pm – Felt Sakura Pin ($1)
1-2pm - Resin Cellphone Charm ($7)






Tuesday, February 11, 2014

RTD Wood Jewelry Holder

Create this cute RTD Wood Jewelry Holder by using any acrylic paint. 





Supplies:
RTD Wood Jewelry Holder
Acrylic paint brush set
Foam brush




Paint the inside of the cabinet a solid color (I used a turquoise blue). You can unscrew the hooks if you would like to get a nice even paint job. Once the inside is dry, screw them back in. You are going to want to give it two coats of paint. Paint the outside with black acrylic paint, make sure to give it two coats. use the same color as you used for the inside to paint designs on the sides. I did simple paisleys and swirls! Customize it with stickers, glitter and even Deco pens!


 Thanks for looking and CRAFT ON!!!!!!
~Deborah @ Market City

Monday, February 10, 2014

Happy Hinamatsuri! Girl's Day Event on Saturday, February 15 from 10am to 2pm at All Stores

Come and join us for Girl's Day-themed Make 'n Takes this Saturday, February 15th from 10am to 2pm!. This event will be held at all stores. 

 Girl's Day Event Flyer
Girl's Day Event Flyer


In addition, Celebrations will be offering their Washi Tape Diary Make 'n Take at our Mapunapuna store from 1-2pm. Fees vary by project. See stores and flyer for more details.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 337 - Hanging Vases


Puna's here today to showcase our new hanging vases which we just got in for Spring.

Spring Hanging Vases


Supplies:
Hanging vase
Silk flower or air plant
Vase filler or gems
Ribbon
*Optional - tea light candles*

This would be great to decorate a wedding or party. Change-up the flowers and colors to match your theme!

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 336 - Spring Glass Jar


Top off your project with a lid to match your color scheme using alcohol inks.

Decorated with Alcohol Inks

Watch the how-to video on our YouTube Channel: Crankin' Out Crafts Episode 336 - Spring Glass Jar

Supplies:
alcohol inks 
Tim Holtz felt applicator 

Spring is just around the corner! It's time to start decorating!