Looking for a cute card that’s sure to wow your friends and family? Look no further… come see how easy it is to create a unique pop-up box card.
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Have you ever needed a quick and easy little something to go with a card but not had much time to make anything? Well, look no further than these bookmarks which are relatively quick and very easy. They make a great stocking filler or accompaniment to a card and you can make a batch of them in no time at all!
Looking for a quick and easy wall decoration for the holidays? Look no further… City Sidewalks wall art is a simple and fast hybrid project with WOW results.
Have you seen the Hatchery? It’s a new mix & match category in The Digi Chick Boutique and it is filled with so many gorgeous designs. This quarter, the designers used a scrumptious color pallet to create winter inspired beauties. I love the mix and match concept. It allows you to create …
If you like making albums from scratch and fancy a challenge, then why not have a go at this one? You just need a kit (digital or hybrid), plenty of time and patience plus your craft tools.
Have you ever noticed the amazing art journals you can see online in Pinterest and elsewhere? Some of them are absolutely gorgeous and I have often found myself wondering how they created their masterpieces. But I am a complete novice at things like that so if you fancy trying your hand at art journaling but don’t know where to start, then why not join me in Art Journaling for Beginners and we can learn together?
I love making mini books, and this one is so easy to slip into your pocket or purse and keep your family and friends close to you all the time!
If you read as much as I do or if you like to give small gifts as a token of appreciation for birthdays, Christmas and so on, then these bookmarks are an ideal project. I knew as soon as I saw them in the store that I needed to have them! They can very easily be made in an hour or so and make a lovely thank you gift or stocking filler.
Fed up with just digital and want to get messy with scissors and glue? Then why not try making your own album using a mix of digital and hybrid supplies?