Monday, August 5, 2019

IDEAS Aug Blog Hop with Bird Ballard

Welcome to our IDEAS blog hop for August. We are 12 international Demonstrators with a tutorial bundle for you.  This month the theme is seasons, so you'll see some of us picked a season and some did 4 seasons.  

I created a card and a wooden key chain or ornament using the lovely Bird Ballard Bundle.

In the tutorial I share all the tips on stamping on wood and how to ensure the stamping stays on! I show you some Christmas ornament ideas, a Halloween decoration and tips on creating "business cards" with these wooden slices including where to buy the items. 

I hope you like these projects and the projects from my fellow IDEAS demonstrators.  It's really a great bundle of inspiration for crafters or demonstrators looking for new ideas or workshop ideas.  Keep hopping so you can see all the creativity.   The bundle is about 50 pages of detailed full color instructions. 

Would you like a copy of the instructions for these projects to use for your personal use, or even to use in your classes? Contact me at Free to customers who purchase $35, or Free to my team members, or $15 by PayPal.  

Once you have received the tutorials, please remember not to share or distribute the printed or electronic copies of these bundles. We have worked hard to provide these exclusive projects for your use. If you know someone that would like to purchase the bundle, please direct them to me to obtain their copy. Thanks for your support.

Thanks for stopping by. Please click on NEXT and visit Pia in Germany the next talented IDEAS demonstrator!


  1. What a great idea, I will need to check out the tutorial to see how the key ring worked

  2. Love those little birds, and your keychain is so unique. Thanks for the step by step instructions, and tips and tricks!

  3. Love the fun-fold card and idea to stamp on wood. Thank you for the tips in the tutorial!

  4. I love your tutorials! Thanks for hopping - what a great group!

  5. Super projects, MaryKate with one of my favourite bundles. I wish we could get the wooden elements in Oz.