Teens. It’s so incredibly hard to gift them. Isn’t it? Unless you go the way of the gift card or iTunes card, what DO you get them?? And though I have turned to the inevitable gift card in a pinch, sometimes I’d just rather get an actual gift for my favorite teens. So, my
It seems this time of year is so rough on so many people. I know I have friends who are battling the flu and various colds and bugs. <blech> An easy way to help cheer up a friend who is under the weather? Send them a gorgeous card! Or even better, hand deliver it with
This is truly a project without a purpose. I simply felt like making a fun little mini, cruised YouTube to get some inspiration and…here we are! 🙂 I found a tutorial on these fun pages from Elsa at Just A Few. Each page in the mini is created from just half of a 12×12 piece
Aren’t these fun cards? I needed a lovely way to say “thank you” for some Christmas kindnesses and knew I wanted to add a little bonus with the card. A bookmark card was the perfect solution! I used some Cloud 9 Design paper by Colorbök that I just adore. The stamp on the bookmark is Stampin’ Up!
With the beginning of a new year, many people make resolutions. They may resolve to exercise more, to be more patient or to just be a better person. While I can certainly benefit from all of the above, I am terrible at keeping resolutions. And honestly, sometimes they just depress me – the whole making