May is slowly or should I say quickly winding down, but that doesn’t stop me from looking for quick gift ideas. This super easy canister box is perfect for filling with candy, cookies, or other small items.
Summer is near and it won’t be long before we hear mooooom i’m bored! Today’s project is fun, functional, and easy to make with your kids.
A glowing review of Red River Paper, and a random chance for 4 give-away gift certificates and sample kits!
Today is all aobut the three R’s: Recycle, Reuse, and Reduce! Join me as I show you two fun projects you can use over and over again…plus there’s a challenge with a give away! Ready to get started? Great, here we go!
Time for another Hybrid Chick Challenge….this one is all about travelling. Create ANYTHING hybrid that pertains to travel – a travel journal, a suitcase tag, a hybrid scrap page about a location you’ve visited – you get the idea. Here’s my idea – a 4 x 6 photo box that’s made to look like a suitcase!
I love making mini albums. They are so fun. It’s a great way to showcase some special pictures, or a special event. My favorite is to make these as gifts. What a special way to give a loved one some special photographs!
They are easy to make, and fun! Keep on reading..we are giving away a prize!
Need a quick and fun toy to keep your kiddo’s busy while at appointments or restaurant? Then this magnet box is the answer!
I made a set of simple shabby/vintage project that is perfect for a sweet friend using Quirky Twerp’s gorgeous Bohemian Rhapsody kit and Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs’ Top Heavy Box template.
This past weekend, my middle daughter reached a milestone in her life. I wanted to make her a gift that would reflect her personality. Using hybrid products helped me find just the right stuff!