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.
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Yes, you can use your digital scrapbooking supplies to make Christmas Trees!
I made Christmas Tree Picture Holders. All you need is the right template and some cute paper and pictures and you are in business! Come see how!
There are so many amazing digital kits with wonderful 3-D looking elements. Expertly placed shadows, stitching and distressing are as gorgeous digitally as they are in real life. But what if you just want a tiny bit more? What if you need to cut, punch and glue something yourself today? Using shrink film products you can turn that digital button into the real deal! Come, join me!
The Perfect Pumpkin Template Set turns out to be much more versatile than you would think! Follow along as I create an adorably PERFECT apple for the teacher!
Ever wondered how to easily combine your love of digital and stamping? This project will show you two easy stamping techniques using digital papers and elements and clear stamps and ends up with a beautiful gift set!
What better way to recycle old unused stationery at home than to create a gift for a loved one? For this month’s project, I used old postcards as a base for a hybrid gift planner that I gave to my mom. Make it reusable by covering the writable portions in acetate and packaging a whiteboard pen with your gift.
This little notebook is made with index cards. Wanting something that was more flexible than a standard notebook and not too big they were the perfect solution. Add in some specially made tabs and it became exactly what was needed.
With Back to School time in full swing it’s time to be thinking about teacher gifts! Here is one that is quick, easy, and inexpensive … who doesn’t love that?
Make a little memento out of mini envelopes! It’s super easy to make your own when you have a template to start with. Then the rest is up to you!