Before we bid our beloved autumn farewell for another year, let's take a look an assortment of online links that caught my eye this season - plus chat about some of the things that have been unfolding in my life lately.
Rejoice, my fellow Halloween and Samhain fans, for our beloved October 31st has returned again at long last! To help celebrate, I've got a great new Halloween card project to share with all of you, which takes its inspiration from the darkest hours of All Hallows' Eve.
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.
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.
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 a season that is especially near and dear to many of our hearts draws to a close, it's time to reflect back on this autumn and delve into a wide array of witchy, crafty, and otherwise engaging links that have caught my eye in recent months.
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.
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!