Thursday, December 29, 2011


More Craft Project Central!

I hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas! Later this week I will share with you the projects from the December Make and Take and the gifts that I made for Christmas! For now here are the last four projects for the December Subscription to Craft Project Central! One of them is a free tutorial for everyone!

Select a Sentiment Box of Cards

Are you in need of some last minute (quick and easy) gifts for your crafty friends, downline, neighbors, co-workers, teachers, etc.? Here is a great project that shows you how to take an inexpensive index card box and turn it into a gift of note cards and envelopes. Includes a selection of sentiments that can be adhered to the note cards later as needed. This project is also a fun club or class project!

This project was designed by Regina Andari!

Lattice Box & Note Cards
Free Tutorial!!! Merry Christmas from Craft Project Central!

At this joyous time of year, we wanted to express our gratitude to you for joining us here on Craft Project Central!. Here is a little gift for you on this special day!

This project was designed by Sharon Burkert!

Mini Circle Box & Card

Before you know it, it will be 2012 and you’ll be thinking of cute things to make your Valentines! Your Valentine will feel extra special when you dress up fancy candy in these cute mini circle boxes and pair them with the coordinating card. The boxes are so quick and easy to make and every piece of candy is its own little gift! The Ferrero Rocher candy is a great choice for Valentine’s Day, but if you want something for your younger Valentines, try stacking mini peanut butter cups in the boxes! This project is also a great club or class project.

This project was designed by Julie Edmonds!

Sweet Pressed Cookie Box & Card

Your Valentine will know they are loved when you give them this pretty window box filled with cookies along with the matching card!  This project is versatile enough to use for any holiday or occasion – just change the colors and stamps that you use!

This project was designed by Lynn Weiss!

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