Come Join My New Adventure {Oh My Craft Supply Group}

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

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Hello all! If you've been hanging around here from the beginning then you know that besides making jewelry there are many other things I like to do/make. Crafting is a BIG one! From "garden junk" and DIY to smaller crafts and printables, I love it all!


This love of crafting has inspired me to embark on a new adventure! I've started a new Facebook crafting group called Oh My Craft Supply Group. Along with this group is a FB page and very soon an Etsy craft supply shop! 


My hope is that all of you crafty peeps that love crafting like I do, will come and join this group. The goal is to grow this group with members that genuinely want to be there. Members that love to share their crafts and love to help and inspire other crafters too! If that's you please join the group.



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Fish In a Bag Soap Tutorial

Monday, February 8, 2021

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Materials:
Clear Glycerin Soap
Plastic Fish (ours are from Oriental Trading Co.)
Microwave Safe Bowl (Bowl with a pour spout works best.)
Microwave
Kitchen Knife
4"X8" Clear Poly Bags at least 1.5 millimeters thick.
Twist Ties
Rubbing Alcohol in a small spray bottle.
Chopstick or Skewer
Ice water in a large/ medium bowl.
Fragrance Oil (optional)
Ribbon

1. Cut soap into several small square pieces.

2. Place cut pieces in a microwave-safe bowl and melt in the microwave. (45 seconds on high then 10-second intervals until melted.)

3. This step is optional, if desired add the fragrance oil according to manufactures instructions and stir.

4. Carefully pour the melted soap into a clear plastic bag. Fill the bag about 1/4 full. Use caution not to get soap down the inside of the bag side.
5. Once the soap has been poured place the bag into the bowl of ice water. This will speed up the hardening process.

6. Quickly spray inside the bag with alcohol a few times, to pop any small bubbles that may have formed in the soap

7. Hold your fish so that it will drop belly down and carefully drop in.

8. Use the chopstick/skewer to quickly adjust the fish as desired.

9. Let sit in ice water for a bit longer and then remove.
10. Wrap with a twist tie, this will allow the top of the soap to form correctly.
11. Set aside in an upright position to harden.

12. When the soap has hardened, take off the twist tie to let the alcohol air/dry out.
13. Tie bags closed with a ribbon.

You now have a fishie soap in a bag! Or several of them actually! We added a cute little hangtag for an added touch. You can pick up that free printable here. Hope you enjoy making these as much as we did! PLEASE let us know if you do!

Notes:
*Once we got the hang of how to do it we were able to do several at a time.
*Soap can be remelted if it starts to harden before you finish pouring.
*We used a 5 lb. block of soap and were able to make 24 fishie soaps.
*We got our soap from our local Joann's Store with a 40% off coupon.
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New Crowned Necklace and Sale

Thursday, January 21, 2021

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Introducing our new Crowned Heart Necklace. Made from vintage silverware, formed into a heart and a crown soldered on top. Perfect for Valentine's day! Currently ready to ship but also currently very limited quantity. Will add more in the future!

All of our silverware jewelry is on sale now for a limited time only. Discount automatically applied in cart.

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Free Shipping Weekend

Friday, January 15, 2021

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Free shipping this weekend when you use the code SHIPSFREE!
Sale ends Monday, Jan. 18th at 11:59 P.M.

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Vintage Silverware Jewelry

Friday, January 8, 2021

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 We've added beautiful vintage silverware jewelry to the website and we'll be slowly adding more. If you haven't been by the website lately come check out what's new!

We've got Silverware Bracelets.



Spoon Rings


Silverware Necklaces, the crown is made from a fork!



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