Today’s project is a giant one and is the most amazing sight when you open up the box. I’ve had this idea for around a year now, so I hope you enjoy this special little (big) treat for holding 64 Ferrero Rochers!
Today’s paper collection is a release from Nitwit Collections called Recollect – it is a wondrous collection of heritage/vintage colours, patterns and ephemera and I have created a little envelope flip book with it all.
I love making galaxy images with the Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks, so making one for the cover of my rainbow themed planner inserts was a must! And I love the results!
I am totally in love with the intricate heart die that I used for the top of today’s box! A matching card with the same heart is an absolute must if you make this one. And how lovely would they look together?!
Today’s project is how to use a slider die to make a nifty pocket for a gift card or money – this idea is so simple and looks good too.
This mini album is really cute and tiny! It’s the perfect little gift to give to a loved one this Valentine’s Day. In today’s tutorial, I will show you how to make it, plus how to decorate it from start to finish.
Today we are making a very cute gift for Valentine’s Day – a mini handbag that holds 1 Ferrero Rocher! Perfect for giving to a loved one!
This month I have decided to treat myself to anything that has been on my long term wish list – including 90 Ferrero Rochers and storage for my alcohol pens. I couldn’t think of a better way to start my year!
These light boxes have been everywhere this Christmas! This quick little trick will update your light box in a flash and you can change as often as you like. Here’s how…
Here we have the final part of the Ultimate Mini Album! I really enjoyed this one and have decided to use this size and format for most of my family albums, so expect variations of this in the near future.
Here we have part 2 of the Christmas mini album bonus. I love how easily this album comes together and can’t wait to fill it with all my Christmas memories.
This project is a little late due to technical difficulties – basically everything that could go wrong with this project, went wrong! But here it is and I hope you like it 🙂
It’s a wonderful thing when an embossing folder does all the work for you when making a card. Today, I show you how to jazz up an embossed background with gold Nuvo Embellishment Mousse and a blending tool.
I love how this card can be given as a card and then displayed as a light up ornament over the Christmas season.
I make this every birthday for each of my children to take into school for their friends. My mother used to make one for me when I was little, so I’ve carried on with this little tradition.
Printables will always get you out of a last minute tight spot and the Christmas Joy collection is so versatile, you can make last minute cards, decoration displays and album gifts. Today, I show you how to quickly make some cards this Christmas.
Today I will be showing you how to add foil to your projects without the need of heat! This technique will work with most projects and it’s really simple too 🙂
In today’s tutorial, I will be showing you how to make your own notepad using the Planner Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers. I will also show you how to add foiling to your projects without heat – it’s easy too!
These are probably one of the cutest, sweetest, dinkiest projects that I’ve made in a while and I cannot wait to give these out! Plus, you can make 9 of these from a 12×12 piece of paper!
CraftStash have an amazing offer today with 30% off Sue Wilson stamps & dies. If you’ve not heard of this UK brand, take a look below where I have a few of my favourites!