Welcome back! I hope you have had a fabulous week! I have collected another batch of lovely projects for your crafting inspiration, and I hope you will find plenty of time this weekend to enjoy being creative.
I have shared several different types of pocket pages over the last few months. Today I want to share how to create some of your own pocket cards using some of your favorite stamps, rub-ons and embellishments. Head on over to your scrapbook supplies, dig deep, and pull out some of those treasured supplies you have been waiting to use. This is the project where your products will come in very handy, and you will have a lot of fun working them into your pocket pages.
For you new mommies out there, this is a great way to create your baby album. You will be able to add your favorite photos, document favorite memories of your child, and add in your journaling. Pictures tell most of the story but adding cards that complement the photos will complete a darling baby book for your children. A big thank you goes out to Azzari Jarrett for sharing her beautiful pocket pages with us.
Are you looking for a new technique? Today I would like to introduce you to Amy Rysavy, who will share how she created this beautiful masterpiece. I just love the vibrant colors, don’t you? This sure makes me ready for summer!
Amy created this darling card using Ranger Distress Crayons, Mixables Plates, and Embossing Paste I am sure you are eager to try this new technique so click here and I will take you over to Amy’s video where you will be able to follow her step-by-step instructions. I am sure this will be one of those techniques you will use over and over again. Be sure to stop by Prairie Paper & Ink where you will find many more of Amy’s inspirational projects.
April Showers bring May flowers! This is a watercolored card you will definitely want to make on a rainy day! The soft watercolors and heat embossing come together quickly, and you will just love the end results! Watercolor is such a forgiving medium for backgrounds, especially one that is suppose to look wet and rainy! 🙂
Cheer someone up on a rainy day by sending them this adorable card. You will brighten their day and let them know just how much you care. Please come with me over to Reverse Confetti Design where you will see how Amy Sheffer created her darling card, and find all the supplies you will need to create your own.
Chalkboards are such a fun way to decorate, plus you can infuse a little inspiration to everyone who reads them. Chalkboards are also a great way of having a to-do list for the family.
Chalkboards have been the craze for a few years and they have all sorts of creative uses in the home. Using chalkboard paint, chalk ink markers, or just writing with regular chalk will get you started on your own projects. This hanging chalkboard is a perfect project if you are a beginner because the steps are very simple. Come with me over to Shanty 2 Chic where you will find step-by-step instructions on how to create this fun hanging chalkboard. Thank you, Ashley, for sharing this fun and simple project with us.
This beautiful tart looks like spring itself! This will become one of your favorite desserts! It is crunchy on the outside, chewy on the inside, and makes a wonderful dessert choice for anyone gluten free.
This gorgeous looking tart will definitely make your mouth water and I’m sure you are excited to try this one. Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and what a great treat to make for your special mother! Click here and I will take you over to Sugar Hero blog; Elizabeth will give you the recipe and instructions to get started on your beautiful tart.
Once again, thank you for stopping in. I hope you have felt some inspiration today and will be able to spend some great quality time doing the things you love to do. Enjoy your week, and I will see you back next Saturday!