Happy Monday! Okay…I feel the need to give this post a little disclaimer. I was feeling crafty and I think maybe the idea in my head didn’t translate exactly, and it’s okay. Running with the same wavelength of the carrot cake toppers I did last month, I thought it would be fun to do pencil… read more »
Happy Friday! Do you love carrot cake? With cream cheese frosting? Mmm… although hold the raisins and the pineapple please. Well, today I’m here to share an adorable way to decorate your favorite carrot cake, whether it be cupcakes or a big cake, this simple topper will be a hit at your Easter party.
Happy Monday! I have always loved the classic look of black and white kites with the little bows trailing behind. It’s such a sign of Spring time and the month of March. I love it. Here’s the simple how to for a paper kite. This kite is made to be a decoration, so please don’t… read more »
It’s no secret around here my love for the washi tape. You know the stuff. It’s japanese paper tape that tears really easy and is so fun to add to all your gifts and cards. You might remember the washi tape easter crafts we did last year or the cute washi tape printable. I love… read more »
Have you heard about Operation Write Home? It’s a simple way for us to support our troops. We R Memory Keepers will send your handmade greeting cards over to the troops so that the troops have cards to send home to their families on special occasions. The goal is to collect 50,000 greeting cards to… read more »
Here are a few paper craft ideas from homemade book marks to gift tag ideas using the new IT KITS from Lifestyle Crafts. Gift Tag Ideas First up, I wanted to share with you how I organize all the cutting dies that I use. Here’s the Label It Kit, it comes with 17 dies. To… read more »
Lifestyle crafts just released their new Bloom and Grow collection of cutting dies and I had some fun coming up with a few projects. First up I used the flower die. I’m loving the ombre trend going on, so I wanted to incorporate it into a few of the projects. Here’s a simple card using… read more »