Twice a year, Craftaholics Annoymous sponsors an amazing Handmade Gift Exchange. It’s always fun to get paired up with a fellow crafter and exchange a handmade gift. This Summer I was paired with Amanda from Chicago and has a dinosaur-loving son named Milo. I created a dino name banner for her son and some custom notecards for her. [Read On]
I always look forward to the fun Handmade Gift Exchange sponsored by Craftaholics Annoymous. The amazing Linda behind Craftaholics Anonymous hosts this event twice a year and it’s a great way to meet other crafters and exchange gifts. This round I was paired with Malinda from Arizona who loves yellow and sunflowers. I created some custom note cards especially for her. [Read On]
This is the second time I participated in the Handmade Gift Exchange sponsored by Craftaholics Annoymous. What’s more fun than creating something special for someone and also getting a surprise in return? I was matched up with Brandi from JuBee’s Craft Box. I used some of her fav colors to create some cute notecards. She mentioned she had a little [Read On]
I wanted to create something for my toddler to track where we were on our recent cruise. I made this map for her using a copy of the itinerary map from the cruise website. Then, I added a small cruise ship image attached to sticky Velcro. Each day she moved the ship to the next port [Read On]
Welcome to my new blog series…Friday Finds. I find so many amazing things that I swoon over and now I will be sharing those with you! Anyone that knows me will admit I love a good theme. So, I was thrilled to find the cutest nautical items for my daughter to wear on our recent [Read On]
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Working on some New Year’s resolutions (both personal and business) and I’m feeling very inspired this year! One of my resolutions is to become more involved in an amazing team that I’m honored to be a part of. EtsyKids is a team of Etsy shops that specialize in handmade items for children. There are hundreds of [Read On]