Strike up the band! Autumn begins today and to celebrate both the Fall Equinox and the harvest season Pagan sabbat of Mabon, I've got a beautiful woodland fall sunset scene card to share with you.
As we head into fall, let's take a look at some of my favourite Halloween scrapbook pages and cards that I made prior to the life altering arson fire that my DH and I experienced nearly five years ago now.
Handmade masculine cards come in many different styles. Case in point, this elegant bee and honeycomb themed birthday greeting that I created for a cherished male relative's special day.
July is my birthday month and that fact always puts me in the mood to make handmade birthday cards for others. In this post, I share a darling woodland themed birthday greeting that I recently made for a friend's upcoming b-day. It stars papers from P13's gorgeous Forest Tea Party collection and plenty of enjoyable fussy cutting.
In this post we're taking a look at what might just be my favourite card I've ever made (with instructions on how to DIY one of your own), exploring the subject of Summerween, and chatting about my upcoming birthday.
Plenty of experimenting, a dash of Springoween, and utilizing pencil crayons on black cardstock went into creating this distinct looking springtime greeting.
Spring has sprung at long last and to celebrate, I'm sharing this delightful handmade layered and embellished shabby chic card (along with instructions on how you can whip up one of your own).
Longing for a dark, spooky aesthetic to Halloween up your spring? Enter Springoween! In this post, we'll dive into what Springoween is and take a look at how to make your own cute oversized slimline jack-o-lantern egg card for Springoween.
Flowers, leaves, layers, and one seriously cute filigree elephant die cut combine in this delightful birthday card that I recently made for my mom.