Kaboo Bag Giveaway Winner

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

We Have a Winner!!!!


Congratulations to Sasha Harris!
Please email contest@ohmycrafts.com with "Kaboo Bag Winner" as the subject line to claim your prize.  Please use the email address you entered the contest under so that we can confirm you as the winner.  You have 30 days to claim your prize.
Thank you to everyone that participated!

Merry Christmas from OMC!

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

The Christmas Gift of Knowing You 
By Joanna Fuchs 
 The Christmas season fills our hearts with joy;
Bright, happy days bring special kinds of pleasure.
We're wrapped in the excitement of it all,
The sights, the sounds, the smells, the tastes we treasure. 
Yet when we have some quiet time to think
About our finest blessings all year through,
We focus on our family and our friends,
And appreciate the gift of knowing you!
Wishing you all a very merry Christmas!

Kaboo Tablet Bag Giveaway!

Friday, December 21, 2012

Kaboo Bag Giveaway!

We are giving away this darling Riley Pearl Kaboo Tablet Bag to one lucky winner!

a Rafflecopter giveaway  

Comment on our Facebook Post  and on Pinterest for an extra chance to win!

One random winner will be selected - Sweepstakes ends at midnight, December 26, 2012
If you do not have a Facebook Account, you can still enter by posting a comment here on our blog about why you would like to win this cute Kaboo Bag. 

Good Luck! 

Snowflakes Wood Decor

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Snowflakes Wood Decor
Created by OMC Designer Jill

Supplies Used:

OMC Snowflake Wood Shapes
Tim Holtz : Distress Stain - Walnut
Tim Holtz : Distress Ink Pad - Walnut
Martha Stewart : Acrylic Craft Paint - Pearl Jet Stream, Mother of Pearl, and Wedding Cake
Ranger Ink : Stickles Dry Fine Glitter - Waterfall and Diamond
Mod Podge
Large File for sanding
BoBunny : Snowflake paper
May Arts : Net Ivory and Net Brown

1. Trace the shape of your snowflake onto your paper and cut out.
2. Stain the edges and back of the snowflakes that you will cover with paper.

3. Paint the sides, front and backs of the snowflakes that you are not covering with paper. Apply a base coat of plain white and plain blue before you apply the pearl colors. The paint will cover better. Let dry.
4. For the paper snowflake, glue your paper to your snowflake with mod podge. Apply enough to help the paper adhere well, but not too much! Press down firmly with a brayer. If you don’t have a brayer press very hard with your fingers, making sure everything is secure. Let dry. Sand the edges of the paper to distress the wood and to take off any excess paper that might be hanging over the edges.

5. For the painted snowflakes, sand the edges and the front of the snowflake with a large file to heavily distress the paint.
6. Ink the edges of all the snowflakes. Ink the front of the distressing on the painted snowflakes.
7. Apply a coat of mod podge to the sides and front of each snowflake. Before moving onto the next snowflake, sprinkle glitter from up high to the fronts and sides before the mod podge dries.
8. Drill holes into the sides of one point on each snowflake to have a place to tie a piece of net to hang it.

9. The large snowflake should have the smallest hanger.
10. Staple the smaller snowflakes net to the back of the large snowflake so that they hang from behind at different lengths.
11. Display!

Happy crafting!

Need a Last Minute Christmas Decoration?

Monday, December 17, 2012

Holiday bundles are now available at Oh My Crafts! Included in this bundle are 20 various holiday designs along with an alphabet, number, and punctuation set. These svg’s could be used for card making, scrapbook pages, home décor, decorating for events, and so much more.

Please note this item is Copyright and property of Oh My Crafts.  
When you purchase the Holiday Bundle, you will be emailed a zip folder containing all of the files included. Remember that once you have imported the designs into your digital cutting software, you can resize the shape to your preferred settings. The pictures show examples of some options of how to use the designs. You can always combine the files as well to create something more personalized to your taste.

With the Christmas bundle, there are some items that can be enhanced by combining the design. A great way to add to Christmas. You can always shrink designs so that they can be used as confetti.

The following designs are included with your purchase:
•Coordinating alphabet, numbers and punctuation
•Santa & Reindeer
•Whimsical Tree
•Holly Corner Detail
•Jingle Bells
•3 Ornaments
•2 Gift Tags
•Whisical Reindeer
•Christmas Tree
•Holly Leaves or Wreath
•3 Christmas Presents
•Winter Village House
•Winter Village Apartment
•Winter Village Shop
•Winter Village Church

This adorable Christmas Village was created using the Christmas Holiday Bundle! The images were cut out and adhered to a wooden board to be used as an adorable home decor display. Simply, easy, and adorable! Check out more project ideas by vising our Facebook Album. Happy crafting!

Elf Shoe Wood Block

Friday, December 14, 2012

Elf Shoe Wood Block
Created by OMC Designer Jill

Supplies Used: 

Making Memories : Glitter Stripe Twinkle Paper
Doodlebug : Polka Dot Paper
Stickles Glitter Glue : Lime Green, Christmas Red
Tim Holtz : Distress Ink Pad - Vintage Photo
Martha Stewart : Acrylic Craft Paint - Habanero
Red Craft Wire
Mod Podge
Foam Brush

1. Trace the shape of the shoe onto the Doodlebug paper. Cut out.
2. Trace the heel of the shoe and the cuff of the shoe with the glitter stripe paper. Cut out.
3. Hand draw a scalloped edge on the heel and the cuff and cut out.
4. Ink the edges of the heel and the cuff.
5. Paint the edges and back of the shoe with Martha Stewart Habanero paint. Let dry.
6. Glue the shoe paper onto the wood with Mod Podge. Press firmly to make sure all edges are down.
7. Glue the heel and cuff onto the wood with Mod Podge.
8. Ink the edges of the show with the Tim Holtz Vintage Photo
Distress Ink
 9. Add extra Stickles to the stripes and add Stickles dots to the dots on the Doodlebug paper. Let dry.
10. Drill a small hole into the tip of the show and twist the red craft wire through. Add a jingle bell and bend the wire over to make the bell hang in the air.
11. Display!

Happy crafting!

Christmas Present Wood Shapes

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Christmas Present Wood Shapes
Created by OMC Designer Sandy

These presents always stay wrapped! A great home décor item anywhere in your home.

Supplies Used:

BoBunny : Rejoice Paper
Ranger Ink : Dry Stickles, Distress Ink Stains, Distress Ink Pads to match paper
Martha Stewart : Glittering Glue, Paints in matching shade
Plaid : Glossy Mod Podge
General Craft Supply : Wood Glue

1. Trace around presents with the present on right side of paper and cut out. No need to include the bow in tracing.
2. Sand all edges thoroughly. Paint or stain sides and back of present. Paint all sides and edges of bow. Paint top and sides of cross pieces to match glitter.
3. Moderately coat top of wood with Mod Podge and adhere. Use a brayer and roll over surface to eliminate any air bubbles. Let dry. Ink edges. Apply glittering glue to bow and immediately cover with glitter covering thickly.
4. Let dry before shaking off excess. When glitter is totally dry cover with a layer of Modge Podge to seal glitter.
5. Cover dry present with a topcoat of Mod Podge. Let dry.
6. Apply wood glue to back of cross bar and position in place. You may need to weight the bar in place to make sure it attaches.

Happy crafting!

Noel Necklace Gift Box

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Noel Necklace Gift Box
Created by OMC Designer Jill

Supplies Used:
Bazzill Cardstock : Black, Green, Dark Red,and Kraft
Martha Stewart Punch : Pine Needles Trim
Tim Holtz : Distress Ink Pad - Vintage Photo, Fired Brick, Mowed Lawn
Tim Holtz : Stampers Anonymous - NOEL
Oh My Crafts : SVG Cut - Necklace Box
Stickles Glitter Glue : Diamond, Cinnamon 

1. Cut out a necklace box with Bazzill Black Cardstock. Put the box together. You will need a small amount of adhesive.

2. Punch out 2 strips of Pine Needles Trim and glue together to give you one long band.
3. Wrap the band around the box and glue the ends together to make a belly band for your box. This is a band that has the ability to slide off your box.
4. Once the band is on your box, very carefully use the Cinnamon Stickles on the branches and let dry!
5. Stamp the word NOEL onto a piece of Bazzill Kraft paper using a blend of Fired Brick, Mowed Lawn and Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
6. Freehand cut around the stamped image.
7. Adhere this to a Red piece of cardstock with 3D foam and free hand cut around this.
8. Now attach this to your belly band on your box and carefully use the Diamond Stickles on the word and decorative edge. Let Dry!
9. Once everything is dry you can slide the belly band off and on your box….add a beautiful necklace and give to someone special!

Happy crafting!

Joy Wood Shape

Monday, December 10, 2012

Joy Wood Shape
Created by OMC Designer Lindsey

Supplies Used:

OMC Wood Design : JOY
BoBunny :  Mistletoe Toe Paper Pack
Martha Stewart Metallic Paint : Gold
Stickles Glitter: Gold
Tim Holtz Distress Ink and Distress Tool: Vintage Photo


1. Sand the edge of the wood letters. Paint the edges of the letters making sure to get some of the paint over the edges, this way, when the paper covers the front of the wood, there won't be any unfinished edges.

2. Chose paper in the order that would correspond with the matching letter. Trace the letter onto the paper with a pencil, cut out the letter.

3. Using Mod Podge, adhere the paper to the letters. Once the letter are dry, use the distress tool and ink to ink and blend the edges.

4. Use gold stickles and embellish the design on parts of the pattern on the paper.

Happy Crafting!

Winner Cuttlebug Plus Ten Dies Contest


Congratulations to Tamara Pitts Wisdom !!!!!

You have won a Cuttlebug Machine V2 and 10 Dies!
Please email us at contest@ohmycrafts to claim your prize.  Please use the email address you entered the contest with so that we can verify that it is you.  You have 30 days to claim your prize.
Congratulations and thank you to everyone who participated!

Joyful Christmas Tree Card

Friday, December 7, 2012

Joyful Christmas Tree Card
Created by OMC Designer Lindsey

Supplies Used:

Bazzill CardStock : Kraft Paper

Fancy Pants : Acetate Polka-Dot Paper

Sizzix: Accents Die


Martha Stewart : Cottage Paper Pack

Craftwork Cards : Candi - ICING SUGAR

Doodle Bug : Twine Holiday Pack

Distress Ink : Brushed Corduroy
Glue Dots 


1. Cut kraft paper to desired card size. Ink edges with distress ink.

2. Cut acetate page to size of the card, use glue dots to adhere the acetate to the page.

3. Cut out accent shape, ink edges and adhere to the center of the card.

4. Cut out tree shape in sold green, cut ornaments in coordinating colors. Ink the edges of the ornaments, and glue to tree. Take candi circles foam squares attach to tree. Attach tree to card.

5. Cut twine and wrap around crease of card. Tie bow. 

Happy Crafting! 

Martha Stewart Christmas Pack Contest!

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Martha Stewart Christmas Pack Contest!

How To Enter:
1. Post a comment here on our blog with the missing words from the Christmas jingles below. Your comment counts as one entry. (All comments are moderated, so there may be a slight delay before your comment appears on the blog.)
2. You can get additional entries here on our Facebook Page - Martha Stewart Christmas Pack Contest Album, by sharing our contest images and filling in the missing words on each picture.  Each share and each comment on a picture is an entry.  
3. Finally you can get additional entries by repinning our Contest Pinterest Pin and commenting with the missing words in the jingles.

Contest Ends Midnight on Monday, Dec 10th

Good Luck!
Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the _______ .

We wish you a merry Christmas and a Happy ________ .

All I want for Christmas is my two __________ .

I saw ________ kissing Santa Clause.

Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good ________ .

Your a ________ one, Mr. Grinch.
Every Who down in Who-ville loved Christmas a lot.  But the ______ who lived just North of Who-ville did not!

Silver bells, silver bells!  It's Christmas time in the _______ .

Christmas Countdown Blocks

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Christmas Countdown Blocks
Created by OMC Designer Sandy

Supplies Used: 

Adams & Co Blocks 
Holiday Paper : On this project I used Authentique Paper : Festive 
Mod Podge (glossy or matte) 
Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Peeled Paint, Fired Brick 
OMC: Black Vinyl
Transfer Tape 
Designer Cuts: Merry Christmas letters 
Slice: Brayer


1. Choose pattern of paper for each block, trim to fit each block. 

2. Ink edges of paper with corresponding color of ink. 

3. Down load letters and cut out, apply each letter using transfer tape. 

4. Apply an even layer of Modge Podge one block at a time and place paper to fit. Bray over paper to ensure a smooth fit (this helps to prevent air bubbles). Let dry. 

5. Apply second coat of Modge Podge to all sides of blocks. 

6. Add embellishments if desired. 

Happy Crafting!


Holiday Fun With Punches Contest!

Friday, November 30, 2012

Holiday Fun With Punches Contest!

This cute Christmas paper chain garland was created by our Oh My Crafts Designers with Bazzill Paper and a Punch.

We are giving away a paper punch to one random lucky winner.

To enter, leave us a comment on what fun project you would use a punch for.  For additional chances to win, go to our Facebook Page and share this photo.  You can also enter by repining this Pinterest Pin on one of your boards.

Contest Ends at Midnight Tuesday, December 4th.

Good Luck!

Snowmen Wood Shapes

Monday, November 26, 2012

Snowmen Wood Shapes
Created by OMC Designer Sandy

Supplies Used:
OMC: Wood Snowmen, Snowmen Accessories (download), wire - chocolate
Paper: Scraps (enough to cut two of each piece)
Tim Holtz: Distress Ink: Walnut, blending tool and foam
Martha Stewart Paint: Porcelain Doll
General Craft Supply: Matte Mod Podge, Foam Brush

1. Sand edges of snowman. Paint and let dry. Ink edges of snowman.
2. Download accessories and choose desired shapes. Cut one of each item used. Then flip image and cut again. Make sure the backside of the paper for the flipped image is something that coordinates with the snowman because it may show. Glue the same images together and ink edges. Then Mod Podge front and back and let dry.
3. Cut a length of wire about 19 – 21 inches long. Fold in thirds and twist tightly, leaving about ¾ inch exposed of loose ends. Spread the “fingers” apart and trim to desired length. Trim off the other end where there is a loop to the desired length for the arms. Shape as desired. Repeat for other arm.
4. Mod Podge the front of the snowmen and place the accessories. Let dry. Mod Podge entire snowman again going over the accessories. When dry, drill a hole on either side of snowman with approximately ⅛-inch drill bit. Place a little bit of liquid glue on end of wire and insert arms.

Happy crafting!

Happy Thanksgiving from OMC!

Thursday, November 22, 2012

We here at Oh My Crafts want to wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Most of All
Thanksgiving Day brings to mind
the blessings in our lives
that usually go unnoticed:
a home that surrounds us
with comfort and protection;
delicious food, for pleasure
in both eating and sharing;
clothes to snuggle up in,
books and good entertainment
to expand our minds;
and freedom to worship our God.
Most of all we are thankful
for our family and friends,
those treasured people
who make our lives extra special.
You are part of that cherished group.
On Thanksgiving, (and every day)
we appreciate you.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Pumpkin Pie Box & Harvest Corn Stalk

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Pumpkin Pie Box and Harvest Corn Stalk
Created by OMC Designer Jill

Supplies Used:
Quick Kutz: Cone Box
Tim Holtz: Textured Leaves Embossing Folder
Martha Stewart: Pinking Circle Punch
Bazzill Cardstock: Orange, Tan and White
Tim Holtz: Distress Ink Vintage Photo
Inkssentials: Blending Tool w/ foam pad


1. Cut out a Cone Box in an orange colored cardstock. Put together.

2. Emboss a piece of tan cardstock that you will be using for the pie crust. You will use this to cut out the back of the pie and a small sliver at the bottom.

3. Trace the shape of the back of the box onto the tan colored cardstock…make it a little larger so that you can make a decorative edge for the pie crust!

4. Measure a tiny piece of cardstock for the bottom of the piecrust.

5. Ink the edges of these pieces. And attach to the back and sides of the pie.

6. Punch out a piece of white cardstock and ink the edges. Now cut into the circle in a spiral to make the whipped cream for the top of the pie. Attach.

7. Serve up your paper pie for display!


Supplies Used:
OMC Cornstalk SVG Cut
Cardstock: Cornstalk Color
Tim Holtz: Distress Ink Vintage Photo 
EK Success: Large Argyle Punch 
Styrofoam crafting cone 

1. Ink the edges of the cardstock before you cut out the SVG file.

2. Cut out 2 of the cornstalks using the SVG cornstalk file. We stretched the file to an 11X15 inch stalk. 

3. Roll one of the cornstalks leaving a hole in the middle large enough to add your second cornstalk. Glue the middle edge together securely. 

4. Cut the bottom frayed part of your cornstalk off. Roll this one small enough to fit down inside the first cornstalk. Adhere in the middle securely and glue to the inside of the first cornstalk. 

5. Curl the edges of each piece of cornstalk. 

6. Punch out a band with dark brown Bazzill cardstock to wrap around the cornstalk. Adhere securely. 

7. Tie a piece of jute around the band in a square knot. 

8. Glue a band of yellow cardstock around the styrofoam cone. 

9. Glue the bottom part of your cornstalk onto the styrofoam cone.

10. Fan out the bottom pieces of the cornstalk.

11. Display!

Happy crafting!

Thanksgiving Thankful Notes

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Thankful Notes
Created by OMC Designer Lindsey

Supplies Used:

Sizzix Bigz Pro Die:
 Bag With Handles

Bo Bunny: Apple Cider Paper
Bazzill Cardstock: Fall Colors
Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Walnut Stain and Rusty Hinge

Bo Bunny: Apple Cider Clear Stamp Set
Scallop Edge Punch


1. Use the Sizzix Bigz Pro Die : Bag With Handles to cut out the bag using Bazzill Cardstock in fall color of your choice. Ink edges of the paper first and then assemble the bag

2. Cut a square out of the Bo Bunny Apple Cider paper to fit the front of the box, cut a second square that is slightly smaller out of the Bazzill Cardstock fall color of your choice.  Mount the smaller Bazzill square in the center of the Apple Cider square so that you can see the Apple Cider border peeking out. Ink edges of the squares. Mount the squares on the front of the box. 

3. Use the stamps from the stamp kit to create embellishment pieces. Stamp them on Apple Cider paper or Bazzil cardstock or any coordinating scraps you happen to have. In this project I had some corrugated/fluted kraft scraps that I used to embellish some of the note cards.
4. Cut out the images, ink the edges and layer on the front of the box and embellish note cards.

5. Take twine, wrap around box.

6. Make note cards out of Apple Cider paper and Bazzill cardstock, size appropriately so that they will fit inside of the bag. I embellished the note cards with pieces I stamped and a scallop edge punch.

7. Let your family and friends write what they are thankful for and save memories for years to come.

Happy Crafting!


Snow Day Wood Blocks

Snow Day Wood Blocks
Created by OMC Designer Jill

Supplies Used:
Adams and Co. blocks
Embellishing tag from BoBunny Snow Day Paper

Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad: Vintage Photo and Faded Denim
Stickles Glitter Glue: Diamond
Mod Podge

Foam Paint Brush

1. Cut out the tag that says “There's No Day Like A
Snow Day”.
2. Ink the edges with Tim Holtz Distress Ink.

3. Glue the tag onto the block with Mod Podge 
4. Use the Diamond Stickles on the snowflakes to make them pop. Let dry.
5. Ink the edges of your photos, and adhere to the other blocks. Add cute embellishments!
6. Display!

Happy crafting!


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