Instead of buying my party decorations for my little princess, I made them! And by making everything, I was able to customize, resize and recolor to fit exactly what I wanted. Read on to find out how I created my hybrid princess party…in pink of course!
Have you ever wanted something for your wall, but you just can’t find the right thing? Have you seen those cool wall art pieces with nice quotes on them but want to make your own. Well, today I will show you how I made one.
Follow along to make a cute and simple pop up card.
Let’s add some texture in a fast and easy way. This is part 1 of the “Embossing Adventure” we will have.
Come and see some of the beautiful papers by Pixel Gypsy in action. Lots of inspiration for your next hybrid project inside!
Whether it’s to adorn your craft room or other part of your home or even as an addition to your porch, this flower mobile will brighten up any room or space. Perfect for gifts or to keep for yourself!
Learn how Debbie used a template from Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs and some digital paper from Quirky Twerp to make a quick and elegant present for someone who is feeling under the weather!
These easy to make rotating flowers work by a very simple mechanism, no brads or anything else just a few cuts into card. What could be easier!
Looking for a place to store that extra special money that you will only use for scrapping?? I sure needed a place to put money that I could spend on scrappy goodies guilt-free. This coffee can bank (aptly named: Scrap Money), is a great place! Using Little Boy Bluebird by HeatherT and JMDesigns, you too can can recreate this. Or you can use it as inspiration to create a bank for any other savings you want to do. I need to make one for my younger son next!