I haven’t been able to craft lately because I have been so busy with the new pup, etsy store sales and work. Luckily, tonight I was able to get a little creative break in and take a lettering class that I signed up for a couple of months ago at the SF Center for the Book.
I haven’t been able to post a crafting tutorial in a while, I have been busy trying to plan our trip to Asia. As you already know, I love Mason Jars, so here is another mason jar tutorial.
Washi tape is amazing, easy to use, comes in a variety of patterns, and most of all you can use it to create the coolest things!
I decided to create some washi tape art with the help of my hand dandy Silhouette. Continue reading
Since my spray painted mason jar tutorial, I have been obsessed with everything spray paint. Deciding what my next spray painting victim would be, I decided to create something for my magnet board. These painted animal magnets were just the right thing!
I was looking for a cute and creative way to show case fresh flowers for dinner parties and decor around the house. I didn’t like anything I was seeing at the stores so I started browsing the web. I ran across some great ideas, when the idea of painted Mason Jars caught my eye. Continue reading
With Valentines Day right around the corner, I thought I would share a way to make your card a little more personal for that special someone. One thing I love to do is add a liner to the inside of an envelope. Adding a liner adds a unique touch for the card recipient and makes the card feel bit more elegant.
One of the easiest ways to create liners is to take wrapping paper or craft paper and cut out the inner shape of your envelope. This time I decided to create my own pattern for this particular card using Adobe Illustrator. Continue reading
Since elastic hair ties became all the rage, I started making my own a couple of years ago because of the hefty price tag that came with purchasing them. They are sold everywhere from Anthropologie, Jcrew, and Target for about $15 dollars for 5 hair ties. Continue reading
These leather dog collars are the perfect for any dog, they are buttery soft, super cute and very subtle. Bleu (our Frenchie) loves these leather collars, they are the only ones she will wear without constantly trying to scratch it off. Below are simple steps on how to make your dog a new leather collar! Continue reading