I figure if you write all your to-dos on pretty stationery, it makes the task list a little easier to complete. With that in mind you can design your own pattern or use patterned paper to make these DIY To Do List Cards. I’ve included studio and PDF files to help you make your own as well. Read on for the downloads and to make your own cards…

I’m a bit inspired by my last 5 Lettering Tutorials & Resources post. Can you tell? Also, my younger son and I have been practicing handwriting as part of our summer homework. So whether you’re on the go and need to practice your lettering, or like mini things (like me!) or need a fun way to practice letters with little ones, these DIY Mini Lettering Practice Sheets are for you. Don’t have time to make your own? Read on to get your downloads… Read more »

DIY Framed Treat Bags - These Minimalist Treat Bags are available as a Silhouette Studio cut file or PDF - Click through to make your own

FriYAY! What are your plans for the weekend? We’re off to a belt test and movies, with a couple of craft activities sprinkled here and there. Speaking of crafty activities, how about these DIY Framed Treat Bags? I’m updating an old favorite with updated Silhouette cut and PDF files for you to download and make your own. A sweet and minimal way to give treats to your peeps. You can leave as is or dress it up with a monogram or… Read more »

DIY Mini Journals with Marble Pockets - Maritza Lisa: Grab your marble contact paper and download this cut file or PDF to create your own mini marble pockets for your journals. Click through for the tutorial...

So it’s Tuesday and yes, another (snow) day tomorrow. Best thing to do? Craft! Or go sledding, but who’s kidding who(m)? I’m more of a crafter than a sledder. And today’s craft? These sweet DIY Mini Journals with Marble Pockets. I honestly love these mini Moleskin journals or notebooks. They come in a variety of colors and are the perfect size to capture an idea or thought when you’re out and about. I also love how simple the design is. It’s like a blank… Read more »