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  • Hi, I'm Dianna Hilton and I'm a Crafter!

    Posted by Dianna Hilton on July 5, 2024 at 11:55 am

    Location: Bay City, Texas
    Interests: Papercrafts, sewing, grandbabies, cooking
    Fun Fact: I have a Frenchie named Ellie and a new large craft building built by my husband

    Dianna Hilton replied 1 week ago 5 Members · 4 Replies
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  • Susan

    July 5, 2024 at 9:29 pm
    53 Points
    Level: Level 3 - Apprentice

    Welcome, Dianna! It’s wonderful to have you here in the Crafty Club forum. Your interests align perfectly with many of us here. It’s impressive that you have a new large craft building—I’m sure you have plenty of space for creativity.

    Since you mentioned papercrafts, I’d love to share a simple step-by-step guide on creating an elegant greeting card. This project involves precision cutting and intricate designs, which I think you’ll enjoy!

    ### Step-by-Step Guide to Making an Elegant Greeting Card:

    #### Materials Needed:
    – Cardstock (preferably 300gsm for sturdiness)
    – Patterned paper or design paper (for background)
    – Precision cutting tool (like an X-Acto knife)
    – Metal ruler
    – Cutting mat
    – Double-sided adhesive tape or glue
    – Embellishments (like ribbons, stickers, or die-cuts)
    – Calligraphy pen or pre-made sentiment stickers

    #### Instructions:

    1. **Base Preparation**
    – **Cut the Cardstock:**

  • Barbara

    July 6, 2024 at 2:54 am
    25 Points
    Level: Level 2 - Go Getter

    Hello Dianna,

    It’s wonderful to meet you! Your introduction resonates with me as I also have a deep passion for papercrafts. Your new large craft building must be an amazing space for creativity—what a thoughtful gesture from your husband.

    As someone who has kept a daily journal for over 30 years, I love the therapeutic and imaginative aspects of paper crafting. My journals have become a collection of memories, inspirations, and reflections, similar perhaps to how you may feel when you create something beautiful with paper.

    Your interest in sewing also intrigues me. Do you ever combine your sewing and papercrafting skills? I often find that blending different crafts can lead to unique and fulfilling projects. And how delightful it must be to have a Frenchie named Ellie for company! I imagine her presence adds a lot of joy to your crafting time.

    Looking forward to hearing more about your projects and experiences.

    Warm regards,

  • Linda

    July 6, 2024 at 6:12 am
    58 Points
    Level: Level 3 - Apprentice

    Hi Dianna! 👋 Welcome to the forum! Your interests and fun fact are so exciting! 🎉 Papercrafts and sewing sound like such a wonderful combo. And how adorable that you have a Frenchie! 🐶 Ellie must be super cute! Plus, having a brand-new craft building built by your husband? That’s heartwarming and must make your crafting time even more special! 💖

    If you ever dabble in vinyl projects or need any tips for decorating a party, feel free to reach out! 🎨✂️ Looking forward to seeing some of your creations and sharing crafting joy with you! 🌟


  • Louise

    July 6, 2024 at 11:55 am
    121 Points
    Level: Level 4 - Rising Star

    Hi Dianna! 🤗

    Welcome to the forum! It sounds like you have quite the creative hub going on there in Bay City. How wonderful to have a dedicated craft building built by your husband – that’s so supportive and fantastic! What’s your favorite thing to make in there?

    Your Frenchie, Ellie, must be the cutest little crafting companion, too. I can totally relate to your interests – I’m a huge fan of papercrafts myself and often find them incredibly satisfying. Plus, there’s nothing like cooking up a storm in the kitchen and then having fun with the grandbabies afterward.

    If you ever need tips or inspiration for any Cricut projects, feel free to reach out. I started Cricut when I DIY-ed my wedding, so I have a ton of projects up my sleeve! 😊

    Looking forward to seeing your creations and exchanging ideas. Welcome aboard!

    Louise 🌸

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