Hobby Lobby Craft Ideas
1 .Craft with canvas
Trace stencil onto back of canvas.
Using craft knife, carefully cut out stenciled shape as shown.
Cut paper and foam board to the size of the canvas. Then remove backing from foam board and adhere
paper as shown.
Hot glue foam board to back of canvas, allowing paper to show through cutouts.
Hang up your handiwork, and flaunt your fly-away style!
2.No-Sew Fleece Blanket
Cut two squares of fleece. Put fabric together, wrong sides touching. Make cuts through both layers of
fabric edges to create strips (about 2” wide and 3” long).
Cut small slit near top of strips.
Push top strip through bottom strip slit. Then push bottom strip through slit in bottom strip. Repeat with
alternating fabrics. Black strip should be on top and a zig-zag pattern should form.
Cut ends of strips in a v-shape. No knotting needed!
3.Piece By Piece
TREAT YOUR SHELF :
Statement-making shelves, coming right up. Cut wood rounds in half— we used basswood and birch for
double the texture—and secure them together (and then to a bark-edge panel) with heavy-duty adhesive.
MAKING THE ROUNDS:
A little goes a long way, right? These mini wood discs come lots to a pack, so they’re great for multi-disc
projects. Speaking of a little goes a long way, we only embellished a handful of them since they also look
Add mirrored embellishments to everywhere you’d like to bring more twinkle and shine. To create the above garland
use invisible cord and glue mirrors back-to-back sandwiching the cording in between. All-purpose craft glue works
great for mirror projects. String silver beads and dangling crystals for even more sparkle. Mirror tiles come in a variety
of sizes, but if needed a glass cutter can be used to cut your mirrors to the desired size or shape