Friday, January 17, 2020

Home Matters Linky Party #265

Welcome back to another week of Home Matters Linky Party. Thank you to everyone who came over last week and shared your wonderful blog posts. Unfortunately, due to a technical error on my part (Donna) I accidentally removed the entire linkup from our post last week and was unable to get all of the links back up. Luckily, we had already visited and commented on most of the posts and picked this week's features so it wasn't all lost. If you feel like your link from last week was missed you are welcome to link up again with the same post. I will make sure everyone's link gets visited without fail this week and you can bet that I don't make that mistake again.  
So now let's get this party started!



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Friday, January 10, 2020

Home Matters Linky party #264

The Home Matters Linky Party has a new home for 2020! Starting this week, the main host site can be found here at Modern on Monticello. Not only does it have a new home, but some of our weekly features and shares will be new as well. Each week we will still continue to pick at least five of our favorite bloggers to feature in the next week's post. However, this year we will also be sharing those features on Instagram and Facebook as well as our new Pinterest Board - The New Home Matters Linky Party 2020. There will also be a monthly roundup post of all of our featured bloggers that will be shared on social media. Our goal is to assist the talented bloggers who visit us each week in growing their own blogs and businesses.  
So now let's get this party started!

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Monday, December 30, 2019

How to add heat transfer vinyl to faux leather using home iron



I came up with this idea of personalized purses when I was brainstorming gift ideas for my son's daycare teachers. I wanted a simple personalized gift in which I can add the gift cards to give it to the teachers. I came across these gold and rose gold purses in Target's bullseye playground and instantly grabbed 4 of them. (No! I'm wrong!) To be honest, I did hesitate a little bit as I have never used HTV on faux leather but you know I love challenges. I put up a post on the Silhouette cutting machine group whether this will work and got a response from a person that" It will melt".And I was like "Ah! It looks like I need to return them back and look for another gift." 
Then I searched in google looking for a tutorial on applying vinyl to faux leather. I came up with a tutorial but they were using the Teflon pillow and Teflon sheet to protect the faux leather and I don't have those and also don't want to buy them just for this project. Then I searched for an alternate solution and ended up in a tutorial where the person uses parchment paper but she used htv on a real leather notebook. I thought why not give a try and decided to try it with parchment paper and a towel inside the purse and it worked. What I learned from this project is there is no need to purchase every new item described to try a new project. Experiment with what you already have on hand. Do you agree? Now let's see how I added Heat Transfer vinyl to faux leather using Home Iron. 

How to add heat transfer vinyl to faux leather using home iron & parchment paper

Friday, December 20, 2019

Home Matters Linky Party #263

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Friday, December 13, 2019

Holiday Meals for the Christmas Season + HM #262

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