If you are into planners, I am sure you have seen all the super cute planner charms out there. I love them, but I know I want to be able to change them out, and I can’t be constantly buying new ones. So I decided to diy my own February planner charm.
1. Cut a 3.5 x 1.75 piece of flirty flamingo cardstock. Punch the end with the triple banner punch.
2. Punch a 1.25 inch circle out of designers series paper, and adhere to flirty flamingo strip using tear and tape.
3. Use the fine tip glue to adhere two wooden hearts to the cardstock.
4. Punch a hole in the top of the tag, and tie a piece of cucumber crush thick bakers twine from the tag to the mini white paper clip.
Also, check out my short video showing how I use stamps in my February Happy Planner Spread.
I am so excited to announce a year long you tube class using the fabulous card tin from Saleabration. Check out the intro video to get all the details, and to find out how to make this file folder
Make sure to pick up the bundle you will need to make this file folder and the one for our next class! Links are in the video description.
Hope you enjoy my YouTube tutorial on the new watercolor pencils. Make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss future videos!
I have always loved Valentine’s Day. There is something so fun about planning the little treats, and letting people know how much you love them. I think all of us have fun memories of exchanging valentine cards as kids. Here is a fun card using the new Sealed with Love Bundle.
1. Cut and score a cardbase out of blushing bride cardstock. Trim .75 off the right edge of the front of the card.
2. Cut a 4×5.25 piece of real red cardstock.
3. Place the pop up heart strip framelit on the right edge of the real red cardstock, and run through the big shot.
4. Adhere the real red layer to the cardbase with snail.
5. Cut a 3×5 piece of designer series paper, and adhere to real red layer with snail.
6. Stamp a heart with real red ink onto blushing bride cardstock, and cut out with framelits. Cut another heart out of blushing bride cardstock.
7. Stamp hearts and hugs and kisses with real red ink onto whisper white paper. Cut out with framelits.
8. Cut mini envelope out of designers series paper, and put together using tear n tape.
Slip note into envelop.
9. Adhere envelope and hearts to cards using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
My wonderful husband and kids got me a light box kit and a phone tripod for Christmas. I was super excited, because both gifts will help achieve some of my new crafts goals. Notice I said goals and not resolutions. A few years back Money Saving Mom started detailing the goal setting she did at the beginning of each year. I was so inspired by the idea of switching from resolutions (that usually are more like dreams) to realistic goal setting. Two of my crafting goals for 2017 are to post regular videos on my new YouTube Channel, and to take nicer pictures on this blog.
I hope you enjoy the videos I will be posting throughout the year. Here is my first video:
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