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Easter Framed Home Decor

Hi everyone! Today I thought I’d show you how to re-purpose an old thrift store frame into a fun Easter decor project.  I just cant bare to throw a frame away, even if I break the glass or if it … Continue reading

Dogs Love Easter Too!

Today I’m sharing an Easter themed scrapbook page starring my fur-baby, Cindy. The Easter Bunny always brings her an Easter Basket filled with dog treats. With enough coercion, she’ll wear the bunny ears too. And by coercion, I mean treats. … Continue reading

Stretching your Supplies with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L…and a winner!!

For today’s post – I wanted to show just how easy it is to stretch your supplies with SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES by 3L™ 🙂   With just 12 sheets of patterned paper (from Imaginisce) and little dip into my own colored … Continue reading

A Card and a Gift Bag.

Welcome on the last day of the SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L™ and Imaginisce® Blog Hop! I want to share with you today a card and a little gift bag. First let’s take a look at the card. I used that … Continue reading

Feeling “Springy”

Welcome to the SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L™ and Imaginisce®Blog Hop!  I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for Spring! Working with this fun line really makes me long for it.  Totally fun patterns and bright happy colors!  Hippity Hop … Continue reading

Hippity Hop, spring is on its way!

Well you know me! Let’s be ready kinda attitude! So when Imaginisce shipped us this fun Spring line, all I could think of is get ready for Easter. So I created 3 fun gift bags for my kids to put … Continue reading

Go Fly A Kite with Imaginisce!

So happy day!  I get to work with the super cute Hippity Hop line from Imaginisce.  Well I decided to alter a 12×12 canvas.  Super easy and super fun!   Here it is. I used my Crafty Power Tape and … Continue reading

Hippity Hop Easter Banner

I have an Easter Banner tutorial today! And it’s sooooo easy to make! First I die cut the pieces, six of each. Next I made the florets, which look tricky, but really they’re pretty simple. I die cut the edges … Continue reading

Grandma’s Strawberry Bread Recipe Scrapbook Page

One of the things few things I have from my Grandma Kelly is her collection of handwritten recipes, including this one for her Strawberry Bread.  I have intentions of scanning them and making a recipe CD to give to my … Continue reading