Are you the kind of person to tear into a wrapped present, or do you prefer to painstakingly peel it open? I try to be careful but sometimes I can get impatient! When I am careful enough to open the wrapping nicely I like to keep the paper, but I don’t always know what to … More Reusing Gift Wrap | Personalised Thank You | Video
There’s a new challenge starting at Christmas at Sweet Stampin’ today. This month we’re looking for non-traditional colours on your Christmas cards. Christmas may still be several months away but it’s never too early to get started on your cards. That way it’ll be less rush as the big day approaches!
It was my husband’s birthday on Monday, and I thought the card I made for him would work well for our anything masculine goes challenge over at Watercooler Wednesday. I think this design could actually work well as a masculine or feminine card, and of course the colour scheme could always be changed up. I … More WWC209 – Marsha’s Masculine “Anything Goes” Challenge
This week at Watercooler Wednesday we have our feminine-themed challenge. I decided to create a nontraditional Christmas card as my DT project for this challenge. We also have some new DT members joining the team, so be sure to head over to the challenge site to welcome them!
You may have noticed that the crafty industry has a tendency to get Christmas-y in July. A lot of companies introduce Christmas products, and a lot of challenges have Christmas prompts to play along with. I’ve been working on Christmas cards here and there throughout the year, but “Christmas in July” is a good excuse … More Little Snowman
Today’s post is a special one – I’m hosting my very first video hop! This hop was originally planned as a 100 subscriber hop, but it was postponed and then I crossed 200 subscribers, so now it is a hop to celebrate that milestone. (And in fact I’ve just passed 260!)
We’re looking for Christmas cards this week at the Watercooler Wednesday challenge. I decided to make a white on white card (with a touch of silver) for my project, though I slightly regret it because I still haven’t managed to find a good way to photograph white on white cards!