Tote bag treat holder. There's a video, but no template. I might try making it in two parts (plus handles). Draw the bottom of the bag, then draw a "rim" around it. Notch the rim so that the little flaps fold up. Fold the body of the bag around the base, gluing the inside of the body to the little flaps.
Inspiration for lighting difficult spaces using a tea light. (Really good idea if you can't get thin tea lights and you don't want the candle showing through the apertures or if as in this case the base is too narrow to take a standard tea light.
Angela Fehr, artist Mono printing is a great way to get started in printmaking, and, coincidentally, so is rubber stamping! Printmaking in its most basic form is simply adding colour medium to a surface, and then “printing” that on paper. With the Gelli Plate I purchased at the workshop, a rubber brayer and the four slow drying Akua Kolor inks that I ordered, I’m all set up to start creating my own prints at home.