Welcome back on this beautiful spring day! It makes me smile knowing that you have found some time today to get crafty. After all, creating is very therapeutic. I hope you will be inspired today and that you won’t hesitate to try something new; you never know what you are truly capable of unless you explore. Sit back and let the inspiration begin!
Today I am excited to feature this adorable layout by Elena Olinevich and to show you a great layout using stickers. You all know that I am a really big fan of layering, and Elena layered using the Harmony collection combo stickers. There is so much to be said about turning a piece of plain cardstock into a gorgeous layout. It is so fun to see how other people create layouts and projects from start-to-finish.
Today I want to share this video created by Elena. It has been such a great learning opportunity for me and I hope you enjoy seeing a few new tips and techniques as well. Click here and I will gladly take you over to the video for you to enjoy. Also, be sure to visit the BoBunny blog where you will see many more beautiful projects.
Don’t be afraid to pull out your distress inks and do some coloring on watercolor cardstock. You don’t have to be a professional painter to create a watercolor masterpiece. You can make coloring so much fun and it is easy to do. You won’t want to stop here, you will find yourself creating many beautiful cards and layouts. If you have watercolor pencils they are also a great resource to use as well.
Who would have ever thought of using the ears of a bunny diecut to create a beautiful spring flower that can be the focal point of your project? Now for your creative nudge – if you haven’t already been watercoloring, take the plunge and dive in! You will be surprised at how fun and easy it is to do. I am sure you will be amazed at your own talent with watercoloring. Let’s pop on over to Daydreams In Paper where you will see a step-by-step tutorial on how she created this beautiful card. Be sure to check out her other amazing projects, and have fun creating in your very own style!
Are you ready for this? Eileen has done it again by creating a fun new notebook die. These cute little books fit right inside of the treasure box. What a fun way to make these little notebooks into traveler’s notebooks and keep treasured photos of a special occasion together. When I came across this wonderful treasure box, I knew this was one I wanted to give a try. I love the way that Maggi made these so simple, but yet so unique and pretty. This is a wonderful keepsake that can be passed down through many generations.
Give someone you care about a very special, heartfelt, and handmade gift that they will love and cherish. You might want to make several just to have on hand. Maggi shares how she created her darling box and journals, along with sharing all of the supplies you will need for you to get started. Maggi is such a talented lady and always has so much inspiration to share. Take a minute and hop on over to Scrap, Travel, and Bark. You are sure to leave Maggi’s blog inspired, refreshed, and ready to begin creating many more wonderful projects.
You will love this show-stopper dessert! This cheesecake is made completely from scratch with whipped cream and sour cream, and has the perfect cheesecake texture and flavor. This impressive recipe is surprisingly easy to put together. What a refreshing and light dessert to accompany a heavy meal. You will really impress your friends and family with this one!
Who wouldn’t fall in love with this scrumptious dessert? Let me take you on over to Life, Love, & Sugar so you can copy this recipe. It is a great spring dessert that you and your family and friends will want to make over and over again. Enjoy!
Thank you, all my crafty friends, for stopping by on your busy weekend. I hope you have been inspired today by these fabulous projects. I look forward to spending more time with you. Be sure to stop back by as I will have some more fun projects to inspire you. I hope you all have a lovely weekend and I will see you back here soon.
Hugs to all,