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… Read 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!
I love paper. I love patterned paper. I’m always printing paper and stashing them away for future crafty projects. Today, I wanted to share a tip (ooooh – a Tuesday Tip!) on how to easily change background colors in Silhouette Studio. There are times when I do not have the right shade of colored cardstock that was bought in a craft store, so what do I do? I change the background with these simple tools! Read on for the full… Read more »
Dingbats are awesome. No, not the silly-people-dingbats. Dingbat fonts. These DIY Transparent Planner Stickers were made with the Doodled Bits Dingbat font – which is free for download for personal use. You download and install it like a font, but instead of letters and punctuation marks, you get these cute doodled characters or ornaments when you type with your keyboard. Cool right? Add a little clear sticker paper and some print-and-cut action, et voila! You have these cute planner stickers. Want to make… Read more »
Can you tell I’m having some fun with patterns lately? Cue in these sweet DIY Black & White Tabbed Folder Dividers. I love this little stationery diy and all the possibilities. These will be perfect for planners, journals, mini albums, mini books and recipe dividers. Want to add these to your DIY Stationery stash? I even made a little accent label freebie for you to use with your dividers. Read on for the tutorial…