It’s been a busy few weeks, but I wanted to share my DIY Gift Card Holder with you. This is the last week of school and lots of activities for my boys especially for my little 5th grader heading off to Middle School. As a way to say thanks, we decided to get the teachers, bus driver and crossing guards gift cards from their favorite stores. To add a homemade touch, I designed my own gift card holders and topped… Read more »
I’m always looking around for gift tags for last minute gifts, so I thought I’d replenish my stock with these cute DIY Thanks Gift Tags. The free shape of the week from Silhouette also came in handy. This Girlfriend Letter Set is perfect lettering for the tags, and only free this week, so go grab yours and let’s make some cute tags together!
Graduations and Father’s Day are fast approaching, and how sweet would these DIY Mini Picture Frames filled with lovely memories look on a grad’s or Dad’s desk? I’m making it super easy for you by providing you a free studio 3 cut file and pdf so that all you have to do is print and cut. Want to make these cute gifts? Read on for the downloads and how-to!
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week here in our little part of the world and tomorrow the kids will take in small gifts for their teachers. Instead of reinventing the wheel, I thought I’d use two of my past DIYs to make these Easy DIY Monogrammed Gift Tags to top their gifts. If you’re last minute like me, read on to see which two DIYs I used to make these cute tags.
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… Read more »