90th birthdays come but once in a lifetime. To honour and celebrate my maternal grandma's, this post stars a scrapbook page with a photo of her as a young woman. It also taps into the colours and earthy warmth of fall to get the ball rolling on an exciting month of fall paper crafting projects.
Summer 2020 is winding down and that means it's time for a new edition of my link roundup series Magick, Crafty Makes, and Me.
September has returned and it with it the season of giving thanks, which I'm getting the ball rolling on care of this charming rustic woodland Thanksgiving Day card.
What is AliExpress.com and how does this mega Chinese e-commerce website come into play for the paper crafting community?
A thoroughly French inspired design teams up with the earthy, sun-kissed colour palette of August in this elegant, abundantly layered shabby chic thinking of you card.
Canada Day is rounding the bend again in just a few days time. To help get in the spirit for July 1st all the more, I've created this lovely shabby chic Canada Day, which is highlighted here along with plenty of project details, plus helpful card making tips and ideas
Before summer officially begins again, let's take a look at some of the fun, fascinating and informative content from around the web that caught my eye this spring - and which I think you'll enjoy as well.
Sequins and seed beads are fabulous, but if you've ever wanted to take your shaker card making to the next level or shake things up (pun intended) this post - which houses dozens of ideas for shaker card fillers - is for you!
An abundance of sweet, feminine, shabby chic elements and a multitude of layers combine to create this heartwarming scrapbook page starring a black and white photograph of my grandma loving holding me on her lap when I was but a wee babe.