The new Zig Zag Border Maker cartridge is sure to liven up your pages! Here, I’ve paired it with a few of my favourite product collections.
Nothing makes me happier than using up my scrap paper to put together a card/envelope duo that is going to make a loved one’s day. Last week I shared with you some super fun and simple cards that you could put together using the Painted Harvest collection. Today we are going to make some coordinating envelopes!
What’s a girl to do when she loves a product collection so much that she just can’t get enough? Make Christmas cards with it, that’s what!
Painted Harvest is just stunning with its bright colours and beautiful patterns. It would be a shame to pack it away after creating autumn layouts. The designer paper pack is incredibly versatile and works wonderfully in some fun and funky Christmas cards.
When I saw the Painted Harvest Collection I thought of the warmness it exuded.
That warm, fuzzy, comfy feeling of home.
Immediately, I had to create something for my home decor.
I wanted to duplicate the paper wreath in which I created for the current catalogue using the Cool Serenity Collection.
Today I want to share with you how I took some baking and dressed it up to be an adorable little welcome home gift for my grandmother!
I am still mopping up the drool.
Did you see the new collection that we just launched last week?
Its title describes it perfectly! The collection has a very warm palette using earthy tones. While there are a few leaf embellishments, the overall palette leans too much more than just fall. Think about photos from a day at the park, a trip abroad, or even a family reunion. The Painted Harvest collection will suit all of those scrapbooking needs.