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Creating with Joy

January 3, 2018
Bean Bag Toss

Bean Bag Toss Rain and snow can keep the kids indoors, but this fun game can help keep them occupied, and, when the weather is better, it can be used outdoors, too.  Arrange the pans farther apart for the older kids. You'll need: 3" Joy® iron-on numbers, 1 - 6. (Numbers are available in different sizes […]

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December 3, 2017
Word Christmas Tree

Re-create a popular idea of a Christmas tree shape with words using JOY letters. This is so much easier than painting the letters!  Use a different font for each letter, or the same font for them all. You'll need: Joy® Iron-on Embroidered letters for the words: Joy*, Noel, Love, Hope, Peace Joy® Iron-on Embroidered stars […]

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November 6, 2017
Eat Drink and Be Thankful

Being thankful is always in season, so whether it's Thanksgiving or everyday, these blocks are perfect for kitchen decorating.  You can stack them up as I did above, or you can arrange them in a line on your mantle or hutch. To make a set of your own, you'll need: Joy® Iron-on letters:  3-inch script […]

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October 21, 2017
Monogrammed Scarf Slide

This monogrammed scarf slide is a great gift for a birthday or the upcoming holiday season, and it's so easy to make.  Gold pearl resin powder turns a white letter into an elegant accessory. You'll need: Joy® Iron-on letter - 1.5" white script* Gold resin powder Metal filigrees - one large and one medium Leather […]

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September 3, 2017
Upcycled Mixed Media Wall Art

Adding words to your mixed media art is easy with JOY letters. With so many different fonts and how easy it is to dye them, you are sure to find the right look for your message. For this sunflower piece, I upcycled coffee cup sleeves and the foil seals from coffee cans to add dimension […]

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August 9, 2017
Baby Date Blocks

Make a set of DIY baby date blocks for the newest mother in your life. She can use them to count down to her delivery date, then again to celebrate each week of her baby's first precious year. You’ll need: JOY® embroidered iron-on letters and numbers Four, 4" Smoothfoam™ blocks Scrapbook paper Washi tape Découpage […]

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July 3, 2017
Monogrammed Pendant

Make your own monogrammed pendant with Joy letters! You'll need: - Joy Monogram Set - right, center and left initials - Red acrylic paint - Gold resin powder - 2.5” wood circle - Two jump rings - Tassel and fibers or chain for hanging - Drill, scissors, paintbrush, sandpaper, craft iron Here are the initials […]

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June 3, 2017
Easy No-Sew Children's Apron

Create this easy children's apron from a dish towel! Choose a checked grid pattern to make it easy to line up the letters. You'll need: - Dish towel - Joy Iron-on letters - 2 yards extra-wide double-fold bias tape - Felt pen - Iron, press cloth - Fabric glue After ironing the dish towel, cut out […]

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May 3, 2017
Monogrammed Spring Wreath

Monogrammed wreaths are so popular now, so when I saw the new large letters from Joy, I knew I wanted to create one for spring. Here's what you need: JOY Iron-on Letter Ecru fabric dye 12" grapevine wreath Silk flowers and leaves Wired and burlap ribbons Faux bird with nest Mini foam eggs Light blue […]

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April 6, 2017
Upcycle small bottles into vases for springtime blooms

Decorate small bottles or vases with flowers and letters that spell "bloom" and add sprigs of greenery or blossoms for a fun spring tabletop decoration. I used a set of milk bottles, but this would work well with an assortment of different bottle shapes, too. You'll need: Joy embroidered letters to spell "bloom" Five bottles or […]

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March 3, 2017
Children's Felt Bulletin Board

My granddaughter is starting to count and sing her ABC’s, so I thought she would have fun with a felt bulletin board.  The JOY iron-on letters and numbers are a perfect addition.  You'll need: JOY iron-on letters and numbersFoam boardFelt yardage to cover boardDecorative duct tapeFelt squares and scrapsTacky glueScissors, iron Die cutter and die (optional) […]

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February 6, 2017
Baby Onesie Garland

We’re expecting another grandchild this spring, so I created this mini-garland to decorate the nursery. It’s a girl for us, but you can easily create a similar garland in blue for a boy with a little bow tie in ribbon instead of the tutu. You’ll need: - JOY embroidered letters - Stiffened felt - Tulle […]

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