Archive for the 'How-To Project Tutorials' Category

Free Clearly Impressed Stamps!

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

One of the reasons why crafters flock to the bookshelves to snatch up the newest issue of Take Ten is the abundance of project samples that provide endless techniques and ideas for unique stamped cards. Another reason is that each card takes less than ten minutes to whip up, allowing you to churn out multiple […]

Sarah How-To Project Tutorials ,,

One of the reasons why crafters flock to the bookshelves to snatch up the newest issue of Take Ten is the abundance of project samples that provide endless techniques and ideas for unique stamped cards. Another reason is that each card takes less than ten minutes to whip up, allowing you to churn out multiple […]

Pretty in Polka Dots!

Monday, May 28th, 2012

There are oh so many things to delight in this summer season: A bike ride to the beach on a warm day. The jingle of the ice cream truck driving down the street. Whipping up a fresh fruit smoothie to enjoy by the pool. And perfectly pretty polka dot prints! We are polka dot obsessed […]

Sarah How-To Project Tutorials ,,

There are oh so many things to delight in this summer season: A bike ride to the beach on a warm day. The jingle of the ice cream truck driving down the street. Whipping up a fresh fruit smoothie to enjoy by the pool. And perfectly pretty polka dot prints! We are polka dot obsessed […]

Sew Free Motion Stitched Brooches with Guest Artist Danita

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

We are excited to welcome guest artist Danita to Somerset Place as she shares how to create these little fabric cuties! Hi! I’m Danita and I have a passion for all things crafty.  My grandmother was the seamstress of the family, although sadly I didn’t have the luck to learn from her. Nonetheless, her creativity […]

Sarah How-To Project Tutorials ,

We are excited to welcome guest artist Danita to Somerset Place as she shares how to create these little fabric cuties! Hi! I’m Danita and I have a passion for all things crafty.  My grandmother was the seamstress of the family, although sadly I didn’t have the luck to learn from her. Nonetheless, her creativity […]

French Linen DIY

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

Looking for a quick and inexpensive gift idea that has a homemade touch and a bit of French flair? Our Shoppe Manager shares how you can dress up some vintage jars and tins by using a little bit of ribbon and some readymade vintage canvas patches. Materials Small Storage Jars Clear Top 12oz Tins Canvas […]

Sarah How-To Project Tutorials ,,

Looking for a quick and inexpensive gift idea that has a homemade touch and a bit of French flair? Our Shoppe Manager shares how you can dress up some vintage jars and tins by using a little bit of ribbon and some readymade vintage canvas patches. Materials Small Storage Jars Clear Top 12oz Tins Canvas […]

Baroque Chain Paper Dolls with Guest Artist Sandra Evertson

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

Today we welcome Sandra Evertson to Somerset Place as she shares with us a fun paper-cutting technique to create paper people that are all dolled up! As spring approaches, I like to dress up my studio with lovely garlands of beautiful paper dolls dancing in doorways and window panes. A simple pleasure from a distant […]

Sarah How-To Project Tutorials ,,,

Today we welcome Sandra Evertson to Somerset Place as she shares with us a fun paper-cutting technique to create paper people that are all dolled up! As spring approaches, I like to dress up my studio with lovely garlands of beautiful paper dolls dancing in doorways and window panes. A simple pleasure from a distant […]