Welcome back, my crafty friends! I hope you are ready to take in some inspiration and get those creative minds flowing. Six back, relax, and enjoy the projects I have to share with you today.
Do you stamp on your scrapbook pages? Think of all the unique possibilities you can create one after another using stamps, textures, crackle pastes, and embossing powders. It is a very fun and unique way to create backgrounds for your layouts.
This beautiful layout was created by the very talented Mona Pendleton. Mona always amazes me with her fabulous and inspiring talent. Mona is one to light the fire under you and motivate you to try something you have never done before. So… if you haven’t tried stamping on your layouts, you must give it a try! It will be so addicting and you will want to do one after another. Click here and we will visit the Cupcakescreations blog where you will find so much inspiration to start your next project.
How perfect is this adorable card for the summer months? Who wouldn’t feel the love that was put into this darling card. Take some time and send a friendly hello to brighten someone’s day this summer!
Let’s go on over to Polly’s Paper Studio where you will find all the supplies you will need to make this adorable card. You will love Ginny Nemchak’s wonderful projects. I hope you will be inspired to mail out one of your handmade treasures to someone special today and share your talent.
I love the beautiful, multicolored ombre’ effect for the background of this card. Donna Mikasa shares how she created this wonderful card. Using the Balloon Strings Background, she gold embossed the design to give it some texture.
I fell in love with the different colors of ink and the blending effect that created such a beautiful background. The colors complement the gold lettering and give it a real pop. Give this blending technique a try – come with me over to Three Umbrellas and Donna Mikasa will show you how this is done
If you love creating projects using canvas, then this one is just for you. This is such an adorable idea for home décor. Set this on an end table, or even hang it on your wall. You will definitely be able to show off your wonderful talent!
Bobbi Smith gives us a tutorial on creating this fun double layer canvas. Click here for full instructions. The techniques you will learn are such great inspiration. You will simply love working with stencils, crackle paste, and so much more. Bobbi did a beautiful job with her cluster of flowers and her finishing touches.
Would you believe that this is a no-bake pie? I just have to mention that this is also an eggless, and lower in fat pie as well. This delicious pie is a Southern dessert named “Icebox Pie” because you set it in the refrigerator instead of baking it. I can promise you that it is every bit as good as it looks! My mouth is watering!
Click here for the easy Instructions along with all the ingredients. This will be such a fun summer treat and your family and friends will love every bite! I would like to send out a big thank you to Kitchen Nostalgia for sharing this fabulous dessert.
Thank you for sharing part of your Saturday with me; I hope you have a wonderful week ahead and I will see you back here next Saturday!