Garlands are a festive addition to a party or back deck or anywhere in your home that needs a little pep.
If you enjoyed yesterday’s kids craft, this fish one is even more fun!
Do you remember in Day 2 when we made these
? easy pun bookmarks
If you need a quick gift tag to go with your gift, try these easy-to-assemble rainbow tags that make up Day 11 of the
! May Paper Craft Challenge
Did you know that even your scrap paper will make a pretty backdrop for art?
I am thinking ahead to summer already with this bee craft.
I am so loving today’s paper project because of all the colours!
Literally. My super duper oval punch is what I used to create the shapes for all the cacti in this post.
Mother’s Day is this Sunday!
The inspiration for this project was all in the paper.
April showers bring May flowers!
Because May is a big birthday month in my family, there was no question that I would do at least one birthday card craft.
Have you picked up any good books lately?
Welcome to a new month friends, and Day 1 of the May Paper Craft Challenge!
This is a fun project as well as a fun way to give a little candy treat to kids for Easter in the shape of a bloomed flower.
If there is one cute Easter craft you have to make this season, it’s this: 3D paper Peeps ornaments!
I enjoy making these little projects because they don’t take much time at all, but the kids just love them!
Easter is a late one this year, which is kind of nice because I always enjoyed Easter in warmer temperatures.
I shared a similar post to this one back in October if you remember:
! 1,000 paper crafts
In case you didn’t know this, your house plants have a lot to say about you.
We’re not Irish, but as I look at it, who cares?
Any holiday is a good holiday to celebrate, even if you’re just changing up the art in your home for a subtle acknowledgment, or giving small tokens as gifts to those who would appreciate it most.
Hello and happy Friday, friends!
With Valentine’s only days away, let’s not get caught up in the rush of finding the perfect Valentine’s card last minute.
Am I ever in love with this confetti gift wrapping project!
This is your basic cut and paste kind of project.
I am in shock at how quickly January is passing us by.
Wrapping gifts is one of my favourite “hobbies”.
Some time ago in the Fall, I started to transition my daughter’s room to one more suitable for a 5-year-old.
The nice thing about birthdays is that they are always coming and going, and when they are just about coming up – I like to put on my creative gift wrapping thinking cap!
Here is another flamingo-inspired Valentine project for you, friends.
Hello friends, and welcome to the first Friday favourites of the year!
You, my friends, have loved my
SO MUCH, that I made a similar version for your downloading needs for Valentine’s. holiday flamingo card
The tags you see in today’s post are legit supersize tags (almost 6″ long) because I used store-bought envelopes to make them.
Last week I shared with you
. 18 of my favourite projects from 2018
Though there’s been a few changes in my life this past year, I will call it another successful year of blogging some really awesome crafts!
Friends, I’m excited to “wrap” up the holidays with this FF post bringing you all kinds of gift wrapping ideas.
We are not the type of people who enjoy standing outside in crowds on a cold winter night until midnight falls on New Years Eve.
All the credit for the inspiration behind today’s post goes to my beautiful 5-year-old daughter.
Happy Friday, friends!
This is probably my favourite craft this whole holiday season because I’ll say it again, I love paper!
I am looking more and more forward to Christmas with each passing week, and let me tell you the weeks feel like they are just flying by!
I’ve been wrapping presents for days AND LOVING IT!
Hubby and I decided that we needed to spruce up the decorations outside a little this year, and a new wreath for the door was definitely in store.
This ornament craft is made with something that I don’t use too often in my projects, but wow how pretty did they turn out!
You, my friends, are in for a treat.
What I like about these simple gift toppers is the juxtaposition of the softness of the yarn versus the grittiness of the glitter paper snowflakes.
You are probably seeing unicorns everywhere.
Here’s a cute little craft for the kids (or yourself!)
I always try to find a way to get rid of some extra yarn, and since I’m not a knitter, you can always count on me to whip up a good
! pom pom project
I am such a fan of these mini festive cards because they are so easy to make, I got to use my holiday washi tape and stickers (woot!), and they would fit the littlest presents perfectly.
I love a good ornament craft.
My favourite kind of craft is coming up with unique gift toppers, and no better time than the present to put on those creative thinking caps.
It seems that a lot of people these days ask for gift cards.
As you can see, I’m well into the Christmas projects.
Around the same time that I started this blog, I started using
for a lot of my graphic needs. PicMonkey
There’s no doubt that if there’s one wish list I’m putting out there, it’s for the maker (e.g.
Show someone how much she means to you with these easy star-studded gift wrapping ideas.