Would you ever like to use a patterned paper for a focal point, but don’t know what to do about the background? The ink block background technique is the perfect way to get a simple look to go behind your patterned papers. This gift design with the inked patterned behind it is great to use for a card for a young person, too.
Send some sweet birthday wishes with this adorable lollipop card. This makes a great child’s birthday card and is easily to create with some fun supplies. Add a number sticker for a very special birthday and have a card to remember the day.
We had a One in a Minion Birthday bash for my sweet nephew, Preston. What happens when you have an idea of what you want, but there is no such thing in the market? You creatively visualize and then construct. That’s what you do! I wanted minion hats for all the kids, but I was not impressed by anything out there. So I made my own. If you want to make your own minion hat, do not fret, I got you. For this week’s DIY, we’re making Minion hats! This is a very easy DIY tutorial! The kids loved it so much that some used it for their Halloween costumes! Happy Crafting.
I’m love baking, but live with a health nut, so when it comes to consuming my baking creations, I’m on my own. That’s why I give away baked goods for pretty much any special occasion. I made some French macarons for my mom for her birthday and wanted a quick and easy way to give them to her that looked much better than a plastic container. I think I’ll be making many more of these little treat boxes for all of the recipients of my sweet treats.
Ahoy Matey’s! This pirate birthday card is perfect sending special greetings to any boy or girl on his or her big day. Use this fun quarter fold design to send birthday wishes or use them as a very special party invitation to a pirate themed party.
There are many styles of pop up cards and different ways they work. This style of pop up card 8008is one of the easiest to create making it very popular for those last minute, but fun cards. Interactive cards are as fun to make as they are to receive and once you create this one it will surely be one of your favorite go to designs.
This month baby showers are on my mind big time. I have a new niece on the way and many friends with babies due in early spring. I’ve been a little disappointed in the baby shower gift registries because the items on those lists always seem so boring and impersonal. So, I got to thinking, what if I made some of my own baby gifts to add to those ordinary practical baby must haves – diapers, bottles, onesies, etc. Here are some really cute ideas I found to inspire my baby shower presents.
For those of you who are handy and skilled with pallets, this DIY Pallet Moon Cradle is a real treasure. I would love to build my own nursery around a cradle like this one.