Canada's birthday is rounding the corner and to celebrate I'm sharing an elegantly lovely Canada Day card (complete with detailed how-to) instructions, and looking back fondly on some of my favourite memories tied to this national holiday.
Spring has passed and summer is once again illuminating our lives, which means that it is time for a new edition of my seasonal link love post in which standout links are partnered with updates about my own lie + (this time around) a discussion about the fact that Bloglovin’ has not been working properly as of late.
Sharing a heartwarming handmade Father's Day card that celebrates pet parents, complete with a detailed list of materials needed and step-by-step instructions to help you create an adorable Happy Pawser's Day card of your own.
The Pagan sabbat of Litha will soon be upon us again. Celebrate that fact and get your DIY on this sunny season with these 35 wonderful Summer Solstice craft projects and decor ideas from across the web.
In this post, we explore my relationship with the colour purple and I give you all the details on how to make elegantly spooky ghost themed Halloween card starring plenty of purple elements.
Spring has sprung and with it comes the return of many species of birds. To celebrate this fact, here is an in-depth review of the beautiful book The Hidden Meaning of Birds by Arin Murphy-Hiscock.
Spring is out in full force and in few corners of the Okanagan Valley is as serenely pretty as at Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Vernon, British Columbia - which just happens to burial ground that is at the heart of this, my latest Cemetery Journeys post.
Mother's Day is coming up this Sunday and to celebrate, I'm sharing a charming bicycle themed Mama's Day card - complete with step-by-step instructions - that I made for my own beloved mom.
With the liminal period that accompanies Beltane upon us again, let's explore an in-depth review of Susan Owen's tremendously interesting and enjoyable book, The Ghost: A Cultural History.