Slowly but surely, the weather is getting warmer where I live. With the summer fast approaching, I thought about the places I could go with my kids. One of my favorite places is a big garden with ponds, geese, and a gazebo. And I thought how cool it would be to build my own gazebo to keep in my house. A portable paper gazebo!
Here’s a fun and easy project that will showcase photos of your loved ones as well as some beautiful digital papers! I love to incorporate my hybrid papercrafting into home décor…and what a better way then to capture my kids as they are right now! Using a shadowbox frame, some cardstock and some great digital papers and elements from the Back to School kit by Melissa Wilson and MKC, I’ve created something I’m proud to hang up
Today’s spotlight is shining on Quirky Twerp Designs! Come on in and see all the pretty papers! You’re bound to find something that’s just right for your next project!
Always on a quest for easy and fun crafty projects to do with my three little girls, I thought we’d take the handprint flower idea and add some gorgeous digital papers for a quick, kid-friendly project.
Fast and easy Easter card to take to your family and friends.
Going to a relative’s house for Easter this year? Glad you aren’t the one cooking this year? How about taking along a sweet little gift for the hostess to show your appreciation….
As we continue on with our Easter theme week here on The Hybrid Chick, I’m going to show you a simple and fun way to display those awesome eggs you’ve colored! It’s a lot of fun and the kiddos can join in too!
You know we all get those cheap plastic Easter eggs from the store. They are cute and colorful, but they are just screaming out to be decorated. Today I will show you a quick and easy way to take those cheap plastic eggs and make some cute little Easter decorations! Don’t forget to put a surprise inside!
Re-thinking your supplies and giving them a new purpose in life.