Showing posts with label Magic Wand. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Magic Wand. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Magic Wand YouTube by Tessa

Tessa Buys is a design team member with a special focus, videos! Over the next year Tessa will teach us how to use SRM Sticker products via YouTube.  Today she is going to create a flower Magic Wand that would be perfect as a party favor for little girls but could be used for weddings or showers as well. Tessa loves to dress up the wand with big, beautiful flowers using the wand as the stem.  

To see part 1 of the video, here is the LINK.
Watch Tessa work her magic with SRM's Wand, Sticker Stitches, Washi Tape, bling, ribbon and a flower.  

In addition to washi tape and SRM's Sticker Stitches, Tessa uses some bling.  

Sticker Stitches are one of Tessa's favorite SRM Stickers.  She loves their versatility.  

And the last step is to attach the flower.  Here's a closeup of Tessa's beautiful flower that is set off with a bold black and white striped ribbon.
View part 2 of Tessa's video HERE where she shows you how to attach the flower. 

Wow!  What great videos to teach us some special ways to dress us SRM's Magic Wand.  Thanks Tessa for all the inspiration.  Can't wait to see what you do next time! 

Friday, May 17, 2013

Princess Magic Wand by Clare

Clare Buswell has created a Butterfly Magic Wand fit for a Princess!  I'll bet her little girl or any little girl would love to have one of these!  Clare started her project with a SRM Magic Wand that's crystal clear and measures 12" x 5/8".  It would make a wonderful gift or party favor.  Here's a mini tutorial so you can make one of these for your favorite princess!

Start with an empty Magic Wand! 

Clare took her Magic Wand and filled it with sweets.  She took her inspiration from the colors of the sweets and drew a simple butterfly template to make the cardstock butterfly topper. 

She added two layers of wings and stitched around the edges of the smaller layer using Marigold Twine.

Using a Bright Blank Label, Clare dressed up her wand with stickers from SRM's Everyday Girl and We've Got Your Sticker Princess designs. 

Clare wrapped some Marigold and Cantaloupe Twine around the wand and left some pieces hanging down to act like streamers. Then she added a variety of stickers to embellish the wand. 

Tip:  To attach the butterfly to the tube Clare made a simple loop tab from cardstock that forms the body of the butterfly and it simply slots onto the tube.

What a lovely, magical project.  Thanks Clare for the inspiration!

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Easter Wands!

Amy Crockett once again (see yesterday's post!) put her Cricut machine to work along with SRM stickers, twine, and magic wands to create a trio of special Easter treats;

Amy adhered green twine (what a clever idea to create 'grass'!) with a strong adhesive strip along the bottom of the wands then trimmed the excess;

Our magic wand is just one of the types of tubes we carry. Click HERE to see them all.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Merry Christmas Wands by Tessa

Tessa Buys is here today with a set of Magic wands that she created for her Dance Troupe, The "Sparklers"; a group of adorable 4-6 year old dancers. Tessa wanted to provide a special keepsake at their weekend performance.

Tessa wrapped the wands in decorative tape. The top piece is a removable ornament! Tessa used We've Got Your Sticker - Merry - 53006 stickers.

You can purchase our Magic Wands and Tubes, HERE.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Magic Wand of Twine by Tessa

Tessa Buys has done some wonderfully creative things with our Tubes and Magic Wands. She's here today to share a twine-filled tube that's pretty AND functional! As a crafter, wouldn't you love to receive this sweet thank-you from Tessa?!

Our Tube products can be purchased HERE.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Birthday Butterfly Wands & Winners

Nina Brackett is back again today - this time with a set of Birthday WANDS she created for her girls' birthday party;

Now for a couple of winners! Ladies please email us so that we can ship your SRM Stickers Prize Packages!

Advent Calendar post giveaway;
Annette said...
aww now this is cute... I LOVE IT..
November 1, 2011 6:23 AM

Operation Write Home Blog Hop;
Susan said...
OMGoodness! all of these are wonderful!
Most of these cards are my favorite on this whole hop!!
I truly love each and every card here!
Thanks for supporting OWH, and for the wonderful eye candy!
Susan November 13, 2011 5:47 PM

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Fall Wand by Tessa

Tessa Buys found beautiful gold glitter leaves and decided they'd be perfect for an Fall Magic Wand. Tessa filled the wand with candy, attached the fall leaves and a tag using our Fall Sticker Sentiments;

Thanks for stopping by - it's a double post day, be sure to see what else we have in store today!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

I Stand For Hope

To recognize October as Breast Cancer Awareness month, Tessa Buys altered a WAND using our Breast Cancer Awareness Stickers.

Tessa says; "When I saw this pink tennis shoe key chain, I knew it had to become a BCA wand. With all the walks/runs for BC research, I thought the shoe was a perfect fit ;). Plus, it makes the wand stand on its own!"

Have you altered a tube or wand yet? You can purchase them HERE. Our BCA stickers can be found HERE.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Halloween Wands

Kim Arledge found a $1 bucket and decided to alter it to serve as a candy display using our WANDS. Kim filled the wands with candy and created toppers using patterned paper, die cuts, and SRM Stickers;

Have a great weekend. Be sure to join us on Monday for our next Paper of the Week installment!

Friday, October 7, 2011

Jingle Bell Garland Wands

Melanie Jarocki is here to share a fun project using our WANDS. It's a Jingle Bell Garland Kit, complete with printed instructions. Melanie used our Quick Card, "Believe" to complete her project. Melanie wrapped the twine around the wands and secured it with stick pins.

Jingle Bell Garland
Supplies: 24 medium jingle bells & 8' of red twine

1) Tie an inch wide loop on one end of the twine.
2) Starting at the loop knot, tie a jingle bell every three inches.
3) After the last jingle bell, tie another loop knot 3 inches past that and trim off the remainder of the twine.
4) Hang on Christmas tree, banister, or fireplace mantle.

That's wraps up Christmas week here at the SRM Stickers Blog. We're back on Monday with a full week of brand new sticker projects. Have a great weekend!

Friday, September 30, 2011

Guest Designer, Kim Kesti

Please welcome Kim Kesti as today's Guest Designer! We are thrilled that she's back with another collection of projects, this time using our Princess Stickers...

Kim Kesti is a full time Mommy to eight children and enjoys paper crafting, decorating, photography, and quilting. She is lucky enough to work with Paper Crafts Magazine as a Go-to Gal, her dream job. She's been crafting since around 2004 and is mostly inspired to create "fun and cute" projects that are simple and easy to reproduce.

Kim says, "Playing with SRM Stickers is just plain fun. There are so many cute designs to choose from. The Princess sticker sheet really jumped out at me this time; maybe it's because my Eloise has just entered the "princess/fairy/ballerina" stage. She like nothing more than to prance around with her tutu on. I figured a magic wand would be right up her alley. Sure enough, I could barely finish it and she took immediate ownership. (Check my personal blog for photos of the wand in action!) The treasure box and card are for a little friend of Ello's who has a birthday coming up. We're sure she will love it after we fill the box with trinkets and hair bows. Thanks for creating such great products, SRM!"

Thank you, Kim!

You can hop over to Kim's Blog to see Eloise with her wand and be sure to take a look at the Creating Keepsakes Blog where SRM is in the spotlight. SRM Stickers is Guest Blogging at Creating Keepsakes! Have a wonderful weekend, we're back on Monday with another Paper of the Week feature and chance to win prizes!

Friday, August 5, 2011

Wedding Wand by Tessa

Tessa Buys is the Queen of Wands. She's done some incredible things with our Tubes and Magic Wands. You can view many of her creations, HERE. Tessa went above and beyond with a beautifully adorned Wand using our brand new "Forever" Fancy Sentiments;

Tessa says; I *love* the silver/gray in the wedding stickers, which inspired my yellow/silver/gray color palette for this bouquet wand. First I bored a hole the width of a wand through a styrofoam ball. I then covered the ball with 40 handmade flowers. I filled a wand with pearl-like candies and added vintage pearl trim in a spiral around the portion of the wand that would not go inside the ball. I inserted the wand into the bouquet, then tied a ribbon around the base. I embellished with a pair of felt leaves and a tag featuring the new stickers. I could see this bouquet used at the pre-wedding practice, for a bridal shower, or even for a little flower girl. If you don't make your own flowers, this project would be a pretty quick one. I would love to try this again with fabric or silk flowers.

We're back on Monday with another Paper of the Week feature and giveaway! Have a great weekend.

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Dance Wands

Tessa Buys is a dance instructor (as well as a talented Designer) and she creates Dance Wands as rewards for her students. Her wands are always so fun an fanciful -- here's a sampling!

If you're looking for more Magic Wand inspiration, click HERE! If you'd like to purchase Magic Wands or our popular Tubes, click HERE.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Summery Projects

Here are a few Summer projects to spark your creative side... First up, a card by Jane Beljo. Love the stitching! When you spend that much time adding stitched detail, it's nice to attach a ready-made sentiment;

Virginia Lu created a pair of Summer wands for the hostess of a pool party. She used our Wet n Wild Stickers and filled the wands with jelly beans;

We're featuring more wands tomorrow - you'll love Tessa's dance wands!
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