This DIY Transparent Desktop Calendar has been on my list of things to try for quite some time. I’ve hesitated because I was not sure I can pull it off. I knew which materials to use, but I kept putting it at the bottom of the list. Yesterday, I just decided to do it. If it did not work, so be it. My focus was to just put some joy in creating. Lesson learned? Another reminder for me to harness the fear and turn it into something creative and productive. So, that being said – guess what I used to create this cute calendar for my desk? Read on to find out! (more…)
The kids are back in school this week, which means a bit of solo crafty retail therapy and the inspiration for this DIY Leaf In Leaf Wall Art. Creating wall art with a wood frame has been on my list of DIYs to try. For some reason I’m drawn to square things, so I bought this pack of 3 square display frames (which were on sale!!) at Michaels. And then some pink cardstock for the background. Once everything came together, I was so pleased with the results. I think this artwork will be a lovely housewarming or Mother’s Day gift, what do you think? Yes? Then read on for the tutorial! (more…)
Just popping in to share this quick tutorial with you. I promised to provide some inspiration with this sweet font and here it is! I love how easy and customizable this DIY Good Vibes Only Trinket Dish is. You can add any kind of quote in there using your favorite new font and package it up as a gift for a mom (Mother’s Day), teacher (Teacher Appreciation), or any other loved one for that matter. Heck, make one for yourself! Here’s how…
I have not done a font love post in a while. I promise, I will be more diligent. Today I wanted to share this pretty handmade brush font for your designs. Elfa (by Fittingline Type Supply) is perfect for your DIY projects, crafts, web site, blog or business. I love how the letters flow together and the best part? (more…)
Easter is fast approaching, but it’s not too late to send out sweet notes to loved ones who are not able to spend the holiday with us. I’ve got you covered. These DIY Easter Postcards are perfect for short, handwritten notes. To make these, all you need is some patterned cardstock, my free (PDF) download and a printer. Let’s go make some postcards!
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