i totally love your magnets is it possible to tell me how you made them thanks soo muchFor our recent cruise, I made magnets for each room (mostly I gave 2 princesses and 1 Mickey):
Pendants for the women and older girls:
And Mickey and Minnie ears for the younger kids:
I couldn't come up with something homemade for the men and older boys, so I gave the men Mickey-themed calendars or planners, or little Spanish-English dictionaries, and the older boys got either Disney word searches or movie candy. I also found a bunch of High School Musical things for one young man who I'd heard loved it. We had so much fun participating in this!
They sound like covers for the handle on your luggage to help you identify it at the airport or any other baggage claim area.On our last disney cruise, we received a gift of 6 or 7 little squares of disney fabric doubled sided with Velcro to stick them togather. There was no tag on them and I don't really know the proper use for them, has anyone made or seen this before?[/
Drink coasters? Luggage tags?
Thanks, I was really excited about whale tails for Alaska.Agree. Those are adorable!
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Thanks Corinna, your comment means so much to us! In 2012 my daughter took your class on the Hawaii cruise, and we've continued to make key chains and charms, since then. I can't thank you enough for starting us on this fun hobby!I love the whale tail charms.
I am glad that I was able to sew a little seed. This is such a wonderful hobby.Thanks Corinna, your comment means so much to us! In 2012 my daughter took your class on the Hawaii cruise, and we've continued to make key chains and charms, since then. I can't thank you enough for starting us on this fun hobby!
Was wondering if I could get them emailed to me?! I am in love with that whole idea! SOOO doing this!OK -
I'm not sure I'm supposed to post that? Sorry if not!
You can either buy the bottle caps with a hole punched, or without. The punches are in the jewelry making section at Micheals/JoAnns. I picked out my jump rings first, then got the sized punch to match (they are in mm - of course I have thrown out the packaging so I don';t know the size I bought!) it will probably take a few tries to get them right! Then set yourself up at a table with 2 sets of pliers, jump rings, charms, chain & clips. I found it easier to cut all the chain first, & attach to the clips, then I attached all the charms at the same time. Doesn't take a huge amount of time, if you are organized.
You will also need a 1 inch punch to punch out the bottle cap images. I use a little hot glue to stick them, then carefully (NOT touching the sticky side) put them on top.
I have images if you want me to email them too.
Do you have a blog or anything with pictures on how to do this? this would be PERFECT!!!!I just love duct tape I even made my FE using a shopping bag from Disney's 40th and gold duct tape.
The steps were slightly different for four cup holder vs the two cup.
Start with it folded. I believe for two cup I did red row of duct tape o bottom, then gold row starting at top edge of cup part, then black strip over leaving a bit of red and gold showing,(go all the way around) I then did a red strip at top folding over (so half strip) then covered top with a couple rows of white. (For top part i did one side at a time instead of going all the way around)
I used an exacto knife to cut through at the right spots. It helps to look at is unfolded to see where you need to cut. I found using the sheets of duct tape from craft store easier for making the circles. Fantasy I just printed, laminated and glue dotted.
The main difference for four cup was an extra black row and the cutting was a bit awkward. It might be easier with a different type holder. I had Chick-fil-a holders and the 4 cup curved at top of cup part.
Hmmm... Maybe I will get a couple more and take pictures of the process.
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My son loved his beenie and still wears itOk.. not really home made, but I did design on the computer to have the beanies created..
This is one of the gifts we gave out for our Alaskan cruise. We passed them out before we got to Tracy's Arm on July 4th, so that they could be used during the cool day going through the fjord and glacier viewing.