Here in Canada, our national Thanksgiving holiday took place last month. In America, theirs is rounding the bend next week. In this post, I'm sharing a beautiful fall bloom and foliage filled card, while also discussing the complex history of both Canadian and American Thanksgiving, respectively.
To celebrate the awesomeness sweetness of the fact that October 31st is only one week away, I've got a super fun Halloween ice cream cone card (complete with how-to instructions) to share with you.
An enchantingly lovely night sky and a darling birdie team up in an anniversary card for my beloved husband of 17 years. Read on to find out not only how to make this card yourself, but also to learn oodles more about the history of my and Tony's relationship. ❤️
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).
Flowers, leaves, layers, and one seriously cute filigree elephant die cut combine in this delightful birthday card that I recently made for my mom.
How to make a wonderfully charming wintertime snowflake and woodland fox greeting card that's perfect for everything from Yule to Christmas, New Year's to winter birthdays.
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.
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