Today I have a fun gift idea to share with you that can be finished in plenty of time to give to that special someone. I created mine as a stocking stuffer, but all you have to do is change the color scheme and you’d have a great present for any occasion.
Make this great desktop calendar in plenty of time for the new year. There’s still time to make one for a personalized Christmas gift, too!!! Mari Koegelenberg’s 2010 CD Calendar Template makes it quick & easy.
In need for a last minute gift? Just grab a template, a digi kit and some nice embellishments … and I will show you how easy it can be to create a beautiful treat bag like this
Are you in a holiday panic yet? So much to do, so little time! One of the last things on my list is to finish my holiday cards and get them mailed out. My list of recipients keeps growing though, so I need some quick cards that are still beautiful and full of style. Digital papers to the rescue! By using some gorgeous papers, cardstock, a few stamps and minimal embellishments, I created a set of cards that were very quick to put together and that leave lots of impact.
Are you still looking for that perfect gift for someone special in your life? Well, I’ve come up with a great kit idea that’s not only easy to reproduce, but it will make you the favorite gift giver this year.
I’ve never had a Christmas advent calendar, but, now that my son is very interested in numbers, days, and holidays, I thought it was a great time to make one. This is a different idea using one of my favorite templates and can even be used as an ornament on your tree!
In this fun guest post, Laura Bicks will explain how she put together her adorable “scrapbook in a box” using the new Mini Bloom Box Template Set!
I thought of a fun way for the kids to learn the Christmas Story. Some cute little magnetic Nativity paper dolls. I have a few Nativity scenes, but they are all glass and not really kid friendly. So, i thought I would make one that the kiddos could play with. Stick them on the fridge or put them on a magnetic bulletin board, or even on a cookie sheet! The kids will love them.
Make someone feel extra special by adding a handmade touch to their Christmas card. Learn this technique which is easier than it looks and use it for your Christmas cards and other cards throughout the year. You can even do the hard part ahead of time and add it to your cards when you need them.