Happy Belated Easter! I've been on Spring Break and was house/dog sitting last week with limited to no internet access, but I'm back home now and catching up on my DVR shows and posting my project for this month's challenge. Yes, I will admit it is a bit lacking but my beautiful daughter is trying to curb her sweet tooth and fell in love with these Kind bars. Sweet and salty mmmm good!
SVG Cutting Files - Sweet Baby Bunny Jaded Blossom - Scallop Caddy Die Digital Paper - Easter Collection by Echo Park (Easter 1-4) Thanks for stoppin' by! Stay tuned for more projects!
Konbanwa! I was on a roll today, whipped up this lil' cutie. I love playing with my Jaded Blossom stamp sets! Remember the other day, I shared the chips & salsa anniversary card? Well, I posted it on Instagram and my BFF's sister Erin, LOVED the card and I told her if she PM'd me her address I would send her some love mail. She didn't get back to me but my BFF did and I dropped off this lil' cutie in the mail today. It's perfect because it will arrive on or before her birthday on March 17!
Hidey Ho! My sweet friend, Taylor, has recently moved into a house after several years in an apartment/condo. She is loving her 2 bedroom place with lots of backyard for her two fur babies. I've been sending her a card every time she moves and now this is my favorite one.
Pretty Paper Pretty Ribbons: Mushroom Cottage (Silhouette Store for individual file) or here for the Gnomies Cutting File Set
Hola! Que pasa? Today I am sharing a card I made for the new challenge over at Jaded Blossom. This month we're supposed to use something new (use a sentiment or stamp set that you've never used before). I chose to make an anniversary card for my BFF to give to her husband. It really made me laugh because he's Mexican and she's Irish (very pale). I knew the chips and salsa was a perfect match!
Greetings from the desert! Today I am submitting my second submission for the SVG Cutting Files Crafter's Choice Challenge! I recently found comfort and relaxation when playing with these stitched cards. There are so many varieties and I can't wait to cut some more out and play! These were CASE'd from Candace at Paper Crafts by Candace. (Click the link to be taken to her project)
Here's a collage photo of the set! Here they are individually: