If you enjoy learning about and seeing cemeteries, you're going to love this list of 13 fantastic cemetery focused blogs that are perfect for taphophiles and graveyard fans the world over.
October has officially returned and to help kick off this beloved month, I've got a super fun multi-window ghost themed Halloween shaker card (complete with step-by-step project instructions) 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.
September brings with it the return of that most beguilingly beautiful of seasons, autumn. If you're looking for some fun, creative, and unique sources of inspiration for your fall paper crafting, you'll love the list of 45 reasons to get creative this crunchy leaf season that I've put together here.
It's high time I share scrapbook page here again. What better way to do just that - and to post my latest #MakeHalloween365 project - than with a sweetly spooky layout that celebrates a memorable Halloween night a few years back.
In the mood for a quick, easy, and very cute Halloween crafting project that you can whip up in no time? Why not try your hand at making this adorable five-piece set of Halloween gift tags.
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.
To help contribute to the projects shared using my recently launched #MakeHalloween365 hashtag, starting with this beautiful Halloween sunset tag, I'm going to be posting at least one October 31st themed project a month (yay!).
Attention crafters, makers, and other creative souls who love October 31st! I've created a brand new hashtag - #MahkeHalloween365 - to unite us further in our passion for both being creative and for All Hallows' Eve. 🎃