Tuesday, June 26, 2012


To Sharon, yes, when I write yellow carpenter's glue I mean wood glue.  Although, there are different kinds of glue for wood, like Gorilla Glue, I don't use that.  And, yes, you can substitute white glue.  I use the yellow carpenter's/wood glue because it sets faster than the white glue, has a quicker grab.
For Hydrangeas, I would use a larger hole punch, the flowers on hydrangeas are a little bigger, I think.  But, the whole process would be the same.

To Ian, go to the bottom of the page and click "older posts" and the other 6 tutorials will come up.  That tutorial is January 18, 2012, so you can also find it that way.

Hey, thanks to everyone for sending me a complement!!!!!  Just keeps me going and going and going . . . . . . .   TTYL  Kris