It’s that time of year again when I make holiday cards and put them up for sale. I’ve been working hard over the last few weeks to make a variety of cards available for purchase in my Etsy shop. There are single cards, sets of 4 and sets of 6 all available. Here is what you will find right now: If any of these interest you go and check out my Etsy shop HERE!
Tag: card making
Jennifer came to me with an idea about creating a crafty, card making post for each other’s blog. Since we are both card making book lovers it was perfect. So come and say hello to Jennifer from YA Book Nerd and check out her Etsy shop when you are done. Andi and I are teaming up to showcase each other’s work. We both make handmade cards, but we have different styles. Card making is addictive, once you get going, it’s hard to stop. How I got started: one Christmas season, I decide to make the cards we send out. And […]
Today is my stop on the blog tour for Jane, Unlimited by Kristin Cashore. When I started the book (truth: I am still reading it as it is a long one, but really enjoying it) I honestly had no idea what I was going to do for my blog post. I was thinking review but I knew a lot of people would be doing that plus if you have seen my other posts you know how terrible I have been at that lately. I wracked my brain for an idea and then as I read a huge theme in the […]
In April I challenged myself to make 15 cards in 30 days. I knew I would be able to do it if I had the time and I was pleasantly surprised when I surpassed my goal. In total I made 23 cards (I can’t share some as they haven’t been given to the people that they were going to). I’m really happy with what I accomplished and if you would like to see all the cards you can on my card Instagram, but today I thought I would share some of my favorites: Main Stamp: Unity Stamp Company Main Stamp: […]
I’m warning you now, this is going to be a long crafty post. If that is not your thing, go and sign up for Book a Date! Over a year ago I rekindled my love of crafts. When I was younger I used to love to make things at school and at home. But when I restarted this journey it took me a lot of time (and useless supplies) to find my crafty niche. But after a lot of trial and error I figured out that card making is my thing (I know Megan, the girl that hated cards now […]