We all have those people in our life that you want to show your appreciation to during the holidays – coworkers, teachers, mailman, hairdressers, etc. But with today’s economy, we need to make our dollars go further. This is what I came up with…
One of the best part about hybrid scrapbooking is being able to make things that are not only pretty and also useful, or fun! This project will show a simple and fun way to create your own memory game using a few common papercrafting supplies and a digital kit. From there, the options are endless!
I have romance on my mind. Spring has sprung – well at least down under in Australia it has! I am traveling and there is a certain amount of romance in the notion of travel. Plus my niece is getting married. So this months project called for something decidedly romantic.
Don’t know anyone getting married? What about a “date night pack” or passion pack if you like?
Count down to Christmas Day in hybrid style! Using Kelleigh Ratzlaff’s Matchbox templates and Danielle Engebretson Designs Holly Jolly November Grab Bag, create this fun Advent Calendar for your own family.
I can not bake. But, this won’t stop me from baking a pie or two in a style that I love the best. Paper pies!
Baskets are a great way to give someone a gift. In my case, I love them for me to store candies. For today’s blog post, I’ve made few small paper baskets.
A trivet gets a new look! Instead of using it to sit hot items on, I turned it into a photo frame. Click further to find out how you can make one for yourself!
Fun little treat bags and party favors can really set the tone for a party. As a Mom, I am always on the hunt for a cute and unique way to send treats to school or to use for a themed party. Today I am going to show you how to create a fun snack holder that is perfect for your next indoor camp-out or for a nature themed lesson. Let’s get started!
Need a quick little holiday centerpiece for your table or mantle? Step inside and see how you can turn a cute little DIY banner into a Christmas tree.