Greetings fellow crafters and DIY decor enthusiasts! Today I am super excited to inspire you with this fun new project that I designed for AdTech, the geniuses who brought you the original hot glue gun!
Hello fabulous craft friends and Disney Pixar enthusiasts! Today I am super excited to be participating in the Original Disney Pixar Blog Hop on behalf of AdTech, the geniuses who brought you the original hot glue gun! There are several talented craft designers here today to inspire you with the help of your favorite Disney Pixar movie characters! For my project, I created an easy upcycled brooch to celebrate the aquatic magic of Finding Nemo! Scroll down for links to all of the designers’ fun projects!
For this project I relied on the ease and convenience of the AdTech High Temp Project Pro glue gun. This fabulous tool features a precision tip nozzle and a handy kickstand to keep it upright. It’s the glue gun I always reach for whenever creativity strikes!
For this project I incorporated some awesome Finding Nemo Buttons from my absolute favorite brand of novelty buttons, Dress It Up Button Embellishments! I highly recommend that you peruse their wide assortment of Disney and Disney/Pixar buttons for your next creative project. The quality is absolutely superb and they make super cute accents for just about any craft project!
So now that you’ve seen my project, hop around all the other participating designers’ blogs to see what fun stuff they’ve created in honor of the Official Disney Pixar Blog Hop! And let the craft magic begin!!!
I get tons of compliments whenever I wear this heart t-shirt and to make the complete, be sure to create some easy and fashion forward elastic hair ties! Click HERE to learn how it’s done!
In addition to all these fun fashionista DIY creations, I’ve also been helping out on Westcott Brand’s educational side, designing several fun scissor projects for kids to keep their skills sharp while school is out for summer! Here are a couple to get them started:
These stamps from Plaid have a special story behind them. Plaid met these skilled textile artists in India and wanted to help their village by selling their stamps in the US. However, the village could not make the volume by carving all the wooden stamps by hand, so Plaid instead signed a licensing agreement with them to use the artisans’ artwork in this new line of machine made stamps. They look and feel just like the rustic wood originals and are super fun and easy to use! I highly recommend using them, and when you do, you will be helping those wonderful artisans over in India! A crafty win-win for all! Check them out HERE!