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It doesn’t have to be summer in order to enjoy ice cream or fruity popsicles, especially the paper kind. Today we are sharing a fun project using a variety of Hygloss Papers and Pop stixs to make our own splice of summer. If we can’t enjoy the summer weather now, then we are bringing it in doors with these cute DIY Popsicle Stixs. Inspired by sticker icon Lisa Frank and all the brightly colored photos on…

Unicorns are visiting our studio today. One special one is Misty who took a break from unicorn camp to come help us create and play today….If you want to create Misty Unicorn and some of her friends then this is the post for you. To get started all you need is a container of Hygloss Corks, toothpicks, paint, yarn and some kid friendly craft glue. Then the unicorn fun cam begin….Scroll on down for the…

You don’t need a green thumb to grow these sweet cactus. Just some Hygloss pebbles, small garden stones, paint and decorative candy cups.  This is the perfect project to introduce the kids to cacti and succulents. Best part is they don’t need watering and can be any shape or color. These small potted beauties make the perfect accessories for your next party. You can customize them to fit your style and theme. Even wrap them…

Who doesn’t love ice pops, rocket pops and snow cones? Every summer we all wait for the ice cream truck to stroll down our street. The first thing we get are rocket pops. Three yummy flavors all in one, just like the snow cone. Cherry, red raspberry and lemon, you can’t go wrong with those flavors. Today I want to share with you a quick craft for Memorial Day using Hygloss Foam Sheets, Hygloss Glitter…

How about some sequin wall art today? Make your own with Hygloss Velvety Velour Paper, Hygloss Bucket O’ Sequins, small frame, craft pearls, gold cording and glue. A retro project with a modern touch the whole family will love to make. Let’s scroll down and get started. Materials Hygloss Velvety Velour Paper Hygloss Bucket O’ Sequins Small Frame Craft Pearls Gold Cording Glue Craft Scissors, Pencil Directions Remove glass and insert from frame. Play the…

Drawing is a great way for adults and kids to express themselves and to tune up some motor skills. It’s a fun way to practice creating dimensional works, to cultivate a specific style and to create memories that will last a lifetime. Handmade drawings always make the best gifts too! Let’s scroll down to see some fun illustrations to help get inspired! Robots are so much fun to create. Here’s a fun robot drawing from…

We still can’t get enough of the southwest vibe. Here is a fun little cactus project I created using felt, paper, batting and craft glue. Super fast and easy to make. Scroll on down for the supply list and instructions….. Supplies: Green Felt, Hygloss Products Fluorescent Pink Paper, Hygloss Craft Glue or Fabric Glue Craft Paint, Deco Art Wood Craft Cube, Craft Stores Fabric Batting Other: Scissors, Pencil, Paper, Paint Brush Step One Copy or draw…

Are your kids dreaming of unicorns? Imagine a world where rainbows gleam in the sky even on the sunniest of days. A place where gardens are alive outside all year, fairies flicker around from flower to flower making sure they have enough pollen for their bumble bee friends, not to mention some golden honey. Here you will also find flying bears, pink swans and dazzling unicorns. Some days in our studio we imagine a place like this…

Today we would like to share a fun project using 3 supplies; Googly eyes, wood craft frame and craft glue. The results are a super cool frame project. Perfect for showcasing your favorite photographs, artwork or quotes. Materials Googly Eyes, Rainbow Assortment, Hygloss Products Wood Craft Frame Craft Glue Directions Step One: Layer a variety of googly eyes onto the wood craft frame. Step Two: Glue the googly eyes in place with craft glue of…

We are loving all the fun artwork inspired by cactus. From cardboard cut outs to dazzling sequins, cactus motifs are popping up everywhere. A recent visit to CHA 2017 in Phoenix Arizona, inspired us to start making some fun prickly art. The following projects are a few of our favorites recently posted by Lisa Kettell using a variety of Hygloss Supplies. Best part is these projects are easy enough for the kids to make and…