Sunday, 2 February 2014

Craft Project Central: Monika Davis


Today I can finally reveal some big news for me: the lovely ladies at Craft Project Central asked me just before Christmas if I'd like to be a Guest Designer for them in February.  Would I ever!!!  I was very busy in January creating a tutorial for CPC that will be published later in the month.  So what is Craft Project Central?  Here's the description from their website.

Welcome to Craft Project Central, your one-stop shop for great projects showcasing Stampin’ Up! products. From stamping to scrapbooking, home decor, jewelry, and more!

 Whether you’re a new or seasoned Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, or an avid crafter looking for fun crafting ideas, you’re in the right place! Craft Project Central offers ideas for workshops, classes, clubs and just plain fun crafting!

 What makes Craft Project Central different? Each month you subscribe to will give you access to 10 projects with detailed, full-color, step-by-step instructions. Projects are easy to duplicate, are practical, and functional projects that you will have fun making and be able to use yourself or give as gifts! Not every project you get on Craft Project Central with be unique, never-before-seen projects, but what you will be getting are projects adapted to current and popular Stampin’ Up! products with easy to follow instructions.  All of this for only US$10 for each month that you subscribe!

How's that for awesome?  I will be posting pictures and links to the Craft Project Central website of all the fabulous projects you will receive with your February subscription all month.  I will also be giving away a FREE subscription for February's projects, so keep an eye out for more details on how to enter that soon.

Today's project is a Mail Box and Greeting card designed by the talented Monika Davis.

Make this treat box resembling a mail box for your sweet heart. Fill it with some yummy treats and some special notes. This little mail box will look great on any desk.  Great for a stamp camp, or as a class project.

Isn't it so cute? My daughter would love this, so I think I'll be making one of these before too long! 

Why don't you pop on over to Craft Project Central and take a look at what they have on offer - it's fantastic value for your money!

Bye for now,


1 comment:

  1. Congratulations Tina, your creative talents will be on show worldwide and I am sure everyone will love what you create.


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