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.
Summer has arrived and that means it's time to look back at the spring of 2021 with this fun link love + personal life update filled quarterly post.
Plenty of experimenting, a dash of Springoween, and utilizing pencil crayons on black cardstock went into creating this distinct looking springtime greeting.
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.
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).
Paper crafting is one of the largest crafting sectors in the world, yet there are no mainstream Pagan or witchcraft related brands or companies producing these kinds of products. This post explores why that is and highlights creative ways that you can help get around the issue.
Flowers, leaves, layers, and one seriously cute filigree elephant die cut combine in this delightful birthday card that I recently made for my mom.
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!).
As the year's first season draws to a close and we welcome spring into our lives once more, it's time to look back at the winter that just was with a new link love post highlighting some of the most interesting and inspiring things that caught my eye over the past three months.