When you pair your new CTMH Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge with some of the delightful My Acrylix Stamp sets featured in our Autumn/Winter 2011 Idea Book, you’ll find yourself making an armful of holiday cards in just one sitting! Watch this video to discover even more tips for streamlining your holiday card creation session.
Yesterday the kids and I prepared their treats to hand out today at their Halloween Party. A fabulous idea from my friend Becky–Halloween S’mores! Each little packet contains 2 graham crackers, a snack-size Hershey’s chocolate bar and a ghost Peep. I then created little bag toppers using our Mischief Stripe B&T paper and had the … Read more Wishing You S’more Halloween Fun!
Sadly, my body has given in to my children’s nasty cold germs and I officially have my first cold of the season. This means I have not been able to do any crafting the last few days. So imagine my excitement when I got some fun mail yesterday–a wicked Halloween card from my dear friend … Read more A Wicked Halloween Card
As promised last week, here is my video on how to make your own Christmas (holiday) ornament. It’s super simple to do and you only need a few items.
Recently I saw some fun Halloween garland at a craft fair. While I can absolutely appreciate the work that goes into a project like this, I felt like the price on it was rather high. So I decided to do it myself! A quick trip to my local Joann’s and a few hours of t.v. … Read more DIY Fabric Halloween Garland
This weekend we had an awesome time once again at the Ardenwood Farm Harvest Festival. I swear each year the kids enjoy harvesting Indian Corn and Popping Corn more and more. Plus, this year we invited some friends which of course only increased the fun we had. If you are local to Fremont, CA –you … Read more Harvesting Popcorn Again…
I’m feeling more inspired with Halloween crafting this year. It could be due to my twins getting older and really appreciating holidays. It’s definitely fun when you hear your 5-year-old say, “we’re going to have the most spooky house, right mommy?” Seeing things through their eyes definitely makes you stop and appreciate things more! … Read more It’s the Great Halloween Tree, Charlie Brown!