Travelling Style #giveaway

You’ve heard me shouting from the rooftops about SNAP conference. In 3 days I’ll be boarding a plane set for Utah! By ‘set for’ I mean after two stop overs, 13 hours and 26 minutes of travel to be exact, that’s a lot of plane and airport time (not to mention the 15 hour return flight). This lady is going to need to be comfortable, first thing that comes to mind is an oversized sweater, cozy slippers… think a complete sweats uniform.  Since… Read more »

Hand stamped leather tag for a personalized tote bag

Oh my word! In less than one week I will be in Utah at SNAP, I can’t believe it’s nearly here! One of the conference primers is an Instagram daily prompt #snapdaily2014. A few days ago it was #snaptote. That’s when it occurred to me that I would indeed need a tote bag (for lugging around my awesom swag I’m sure!) I drug out my fabric stash and got planning right away. A while back I seen this fabulous photo… Read more »

Perfect melted cheese #HeavenlyMelt

Growing up, onions were an essential in our house; you might even say a staple dish. My Dad can make the meanest onion sandwich you’ve ever tasted, and what’s a piece of steak without a buttery dripping mushroom and onion side! I’ve never lost the love for them, and even find most dishes blah without. So what’s this onion lovin’ lady to do? Make an onion appetizer of course! Don’t be scared off if all you can think is the… Read more »

Lawn Fawn and May Arts Ribbon Card

Today I’m joining in on the fun with May Arts Ribbon and Lawn Fawn to bring you a super fun blog hop! The two teams have joined forces to bring you oodles of project inspiration. I got to play with a few new arrivals from Lawn Fawn and some of my favourite May Arts Ribbons to document my recent trip to Crop and Create with a fun Project Life layout. The weekend was AWE-some, we all had a great time!… Read more »

Awesome games for kids, teens and adults

I have a huge family, so holidays around here is a little bit of crazy town. How does one tame the mayhem? Come up with games and activities that are equally as crazy! Today I want to share how we spend our time together at Easter. Dah Dah Da Da- The Easter Olympics- nothing wrong with a little friendly competition to round out a holiday! This is a compilation of the 6 funnest cheap party games you’ll ever witness, perfect… Read more »

Easy Easter Canvas

I always want to paint on canvas, but I’m not that skilled with a brush, sure I can paint a word or two like I did on these instagram canvases, but I just found a great way to utilize a canvas without having to pick up a paint brush! I wanted a large piece of Easter artwork but didn’t want to shill out the $. When I found an Easter t-shirt for my daughter at the thrift shop I knew I… Read more »

CLean sweep giveaway #giveaway #cash #prize

I’m bursting at the seams to share my exciting news, I’m going to SNAP!! Ok, maybe you have no idea what that is, but its good for both of us. It is a blog conference targeted for  bloggers representing modern handmade, contemporary craft, mind-blowing events and DIY (about 500 of us). I hope I fit the bill! It’s 3 days jam packed with all sorts of goodness, classes, amazing sponsors (Home Depot, Cricut, American Crafts, Baby Lock, Minwax, just to… Read more »

forsythia wreath

 You may remember back at Christmas time I shared a lovely Joy wreath sign with y’all. Weeeell, I loved it so much (that I still had it on my deck until last week) I had to make another! Of course joy isn’t exactly an appropriate word for this time of year so I had to put my thinking cap on.  At first I was going to use the word ‘hop’ and style a bunny into it, I liked that idea… Read more »

Puzzle necklace for Autisum Awareness

Each year on April 2 May Arts Ribbon and their team supports International Autism Awareness Day. The symbol for Autism Awareness is the puzzle piece, so this year we were asked to create a project using one. Have a look at the  the Ribbon Lamp Shade I made this day last year. Why Puzzle Pieces? The puzzle pieces reflect the mystery and complexity of autism. The different colours and shapes represent the diversity of people and families living with this… Read more »

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