Monday, February 29, 2016

Burlap Bunny Canvas

Here are two  Burlap Bunny Canvases I made for the Etsy shop.
Each rustic farmhouse canvas features a soft cream bunny on burlap canvas with a cute little crocheted tail.
Across the top is a pretty fabric - baker's twine bunting!
Perfect for spring mantle decor, Easter decor, a nursery, baby shower etc.

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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Scripture Printables

Remember the post I did about "snail mail tuck-ins?"
One of the things I like to include in my cards is a small Scripture card.
 Instead of buying them, I look for pretty printables on-line and add my own appropriate verses to them.
The set above is made from some Mason Jar Freebies (now unavailable) from U Printables.
(I asked Rebecca if i could post them and she kindly gave permission)
I also made some using Mason Jars from Sweetly Scrapped

These are all for PERSONAL USE ONLY -
not be copied or sold in any form. 
If you'd like more you can check
 out my Scripture Freebies page.

For free printables to make your own --
check out my Pinterest board.

ENJOY!

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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Ledger Front Cards

Here are some cards I made using a 
free ledger page printable from Mel Stampz
I used my square punch to make a
 few banners to layer over the doily....
...added a ticket and used 
one staple to hold it all in place.
A pretty baker's twine bow completes
 this simple and easy card!

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Teddy Bear Cards

There have been quite a few kids to send cards to through
Shelter: Postmarked
these past few weeks.
I thought these fun little bear cards would brighten their day and maybe put a smile on the face of a child going through a tough time!
You can make the face with or without swirls - either way is cute!
Here's the supplies I used:

Monday, February 22, 2016

Welcome Ava Grace

I made this simple little card to welcome a beautiful great niece to the family!
Meet Ava Grace
Born Saturday morning at 6:11 AM and already in possession of all of our hearts!

Supplies and Tools: Embroidery Edge punch (Martha Stewart), Victoria embossing folder (Provo Craft), Bow Bear (Stampin' Up),  Ribbon, Got Flowers, Pearl

Friday, February 19, 2016

Crocheted Basket

Here's a little crocheted basket I made for the Etsy shop.
I decided to experiment and add a bit of white crocheted lace to the top edge.
There are little handles on each side
 This little basket has already sold, but I'm working on some new ideas for more!

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Elephant Cards

As soon as I saw the adorable elephant card by Just Imagine on Pinterest I knew I needed to make some to send to kids in the Shelter: Postmarked Ministry!
I actually made five of them in different colors.
I copied  their idea of making the elephant out of book pages -- isn't he cute?
 I just love his adorable little hat and balloon.


Supplies and Tools: Elephant template, dictionary pages, colored/white cardstock, misc. designer paper scraps, bakers twine, sharpie marker, large polka dot embossing folder, corner rounder punch

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Clean and Simple

Here are a couple CAS (clean and simple) cards for you today.
 They each feature an embossed tree with a cute little "hello friend" sign hanging from it.
Supplies and Tools: Tree embossing folder (Darcie), Labels 10 (Spellbinders), Baker's twine 

Here's a lavender one I made a week or so later.

 

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Crochet Flower Cards

Here's a set of mini cards I made using tiny crocheted flowers.
These were fairly simply and quick to "quip up," and I love how soft and feminine  they turned out.
I'll be using these for the Shelter: Postmarked ministry. 
You can find the free crochet flower pattern here:  

 
Supplies and Tools: Tag Die (Sizzix), Crochet Thread, Doily Stamp, Sentiment Stamp, Green Ink, Tiny Buttons,  Victoria Embossing Folder (Provo Craft)

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Monday, February 15, 2016

Crochet Flower Bookmarks

I listed some Jumbo Paper Clip Bookmarks in the shop on Friday.
Each bookmark has a handmade crocheted flower on the top made using
There are two styles and quite a few colors to choose from.
They're perfect for bookmarks, journals, notebooks, school books, office use etc. 
I plan to include these in some of my 
cards as well since they're flat and light to mail!

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Friday, February 12, 2016

Ladybug Cards

Here are some ladybug cards I made for sending to kids through
Each little lady bug has wings that open for writing your message underneath.
Here's the supplies needed for each one:

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Thinking of You!

Sharing a "Thinking of You" card I made using Tim Holtz's Tattered Florals die (one of my favorites!!).
I usually add a line of faux stitching around things that need a little extra pop - but this time I opted for the hand-drawn doodle line. 
Love how fast and easy this was to whip up!

Supplies and tools: Tattered florals die (Tim Holtz), Labels 10 (Spellbinders), Buttons, Thinking of you stamp, Buttons, Sharpie marker, Brown ink

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Crocheted Baby Headband Set

I made this soft baby headband as a gift for a little niece due to arrive sometime this month!
The flower is removable with a clip on the back so you can match babies outfit or use the flowers by themselves.
The flowers  were based on this pattern from:

You can find the free pattern for the headband on:

I love that she has measurements for several different sizes -- I'll be making bigger ones as baby Ava grows!


Monday, February 8, 2016

Crocheted Basket

 I made this little crocheted basket as part of a welcome gift for a sweet friend coming to visit for a few days!
It's fairly quick and easy to whip up - I had this one completed in less than a day.
I thought it would make a nice addition to a dresser or bathroom with beauty supplies inside.
You can find the free pattern here
(Note: I added an extra row of crochet to the lighter part and the big flower)

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