Posts Tagged ‘holiday gift ideas’

Festive Picture Frame Gift Idea!

November 16th, 2011
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	Button-Frame[Photo Credit:]

This is a beautiful gift idea.  Festive, creative and unique!!  It’s also inexpensive.  Karen Buck, Cincinnati Scrapbooking Examiner, tells you exactly how to make this fun frame in her article (you’ll also note at the end of the article she gives credit for the idea to Beth Finley).  Supplies include the following:

We love this idea.  Be sure to read the entire article for specific instructions!

Happy Holiday Crafting!!

Christmas Snow Globes – How … Fun!

November 16th, 2011
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[Video Credit: You Tube Super Glue

  • Glue Dots
  • Caulk or Clear Sealant
  • Thanks, Holly!  We love your idea and we’ll be sure to follow you on twitter @HeyThatsHolly!  Hope others will, too!

    Happy Crafting, Everyone!!

    Practical Holiday Gift Basket Ideas

    November 30th, 2009
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    2009 is a great year to come up with some creative, fun, PRACTICAL, inexpensive, thoughtful gift ideas for your loved ones! Here are just a few ideas we came up with for the gardener, the fashionista, the car detailer, the one who likes to “Be Prepared” and the crafter! … There are many more ideas out there! We challenge you to come up with some super ideas incorporating any of The Original Super Glue products, send us pictures and you may win free samples. We wish you and yours a happy December filled with love and lots of holiday creativity and spirit!!






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    Fun With Balsa and Glue!

    November 9th, 2009
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    Balsa Glider

    [Credits:  Popular Mechanics, Ben Hewitt, Jeff Mermelstein and Dogo]

    Hi-Tech is great and we know how much young people love to play video games, but once in awhile it pays to go back to some good old fashioned creativity for fun.  We saw this great idea for making balsa wood gliders and thought we’d share it with our readers. 

    Here’s all you need according to the Popular Mechanics article:

    1.)   1/16 – 3/32 in. Balsa Sheets and Fuselage (balsa or pine rot)

    2.)  Wood Glue or Super Glue (depending on the set time you require)

    3.)  Sand Paper for fine tuning your wings

    What about preparing a kit with the items above as a gift for your child or grandchild this holiday season? … Toss in a couple of hours of your precious time to help construct the glider and find a park or vacant lot where you can fly it together … now THAT’S special and fun, too!

    finished glider

    [Photo Credit: Jeff Mermelstein]