Crafting and chocolate is probably one of my very favorite combinations, do you agree? Here’s some cute little bird’s nests I made up, that I’ll use to decorate the table over Easter, for my children (and for me too!)
Using a resist technique like I’ve used on these Valentine’s cards allows you to get more use out of your punches and stamps, by using them in an entirely different way. Arm yourself with a pot of gesso, some creamy, colorful gelatos and your favorite punches or stamp set, and get ready to create something vibrant and beautiful.
I don’t know about you, but black and white is making me really happy at the moment. Perhaps it’s because it’s so bold and full of confidence…so ‘all or nothing’. I still love splashes of color – in my home, my work and my wardrobe – but black and white is just so simple and straightforward. What do you think?
If you’re loving it as much as I am, I made a Black and White Pinterest board you might like to check out.
I’ve had a large chevron rug in my dining room for a while now, plus some white chairs by the patio doors, so I felt it was time to up and black and white levels a touch more with a set of new cushions.
Hopefully I’m not the only one with a long list of last minute projects to get done before THE BIG DAY???
Here’s a quick gift bag topper idea that I came up with and thought I’d share. I love it, and wish I had time to make more, but there’s lots of things of that to-do list that really need my attention…..
Have a little spare time on your hands this week!?!?? Perhaps you need a quick craft to keep the children occupied whilst you’re busy? Maybe you’re in the mood to make a few ornaments whilst sipping a glass of warmed mulled wine by the fire? Did I set the scene??
How about trying out these 3 dimensional ornaments. They’re made with 20 punched circles – circles of any size as long as all 20 are the same size and by switching up the color scheme, you’re bound to make something beautiful for your home.