It’s that time of year when we start thinking about gift giving in mass quantities over at our house. We have a TON of October birthdays as well as holiday celebrations, family anniversaries as well as LOTS to be thankful for.
If you know me, you know one of my favorite things to do for a gift is add a handmade card (although there are times when I find one too perfect in the store, I can’t let it go!). Keep reading to see how I made these two retro-inspired cards:
Continue reading “Easy Retro-Inspired Watercolor Cards | Greeting Card DIY”
Is it just me, or does it seem like each summer gets shorter and shorter? When I think of summer, I think of fresh air, sunshine, and… Camping! I love being able to take a break and escape to mother nature. Whether hanging on the wall, or inside of mini camper-this DIY is adorable (and downloadable!) and scream cute and summer. See how I made it:
Continue reading “Happy Camper Calligraphy DIY | Cursive Sign”
I am always a fan of an easy DIY. When a DIY can look great and cost very little, I am even more excited. Here’s how I made this cute coaster with supplies from my local dollar store.
Continue reading “$1 Coasters Easy DIY | Minimal effort, maximum reward”
Maybe it’s the weather, maybe it’s…? Whatever the reason, getting bogged down by what’s happening around us is part of life, and so is overcoming that.
Continue reading “Restoring Inner Passions | Getting out of an Artistic Slump”
Have you ever been bullet journaling, printing out inspiration, or using a journal prompt, and wish that you had a folder to put it in?
I definitely have, and I have been guilty of keeping stickers, half sheets of paper, folded letter paper, and more tucked inside my bullet journal. Here’s how I made a folder to help corral that to keep from stressing my journal’s spine, and to keep things nice and tidy.
Continue reading “Bullet Journal Folder | Half Letter/Statement Folder for 8.5”x5.5””