Posted in July 2012

Bohemian Thank You

Bohemian Thank You


Yes… I am still stuck on this International Bazaar paper and the Lacy and Lovely stamp set – just can’t seem to get them put away!  I am so in love with the colors and the design.  So much so that my master bedroom remodel plans now includes me stenciling various medallions either on the … Continue reading

International Bazaar Layout

International Bazaar Layout


I was pretty excited to get to the International Bazaar Product Suite this week because I think this may be my favorite Designer Series Paper out of the new catalog.  The earth tones were perfect for our summer camping layout and I got to use the Lacy & Lovely stamp set.  Watch out… my new … Continue reading

Dresser Organizer


A while back I had promised to show you all how I organized myself and my work area after I got kicked out of the “White Couch Room”.  If you’re new to the blog I used to have my own room in the house for crafting, but after child #3 came around and the boys … Continue reading

Coptic Stitch Mini Album

Coptic Stitch Mini Album


Back in January I agreed to a Pay It Forward project with a number of my Facebook friends.  Now that it’s the middle of July I think I have procrastinated long enough given the list of projects that I need to complete!  I really wanted to make my friend Kelly a fun mini album and … Continue reading

Summer Invite + Place Cards


Any party that you are planning for the summer months demands an invitation that is crisp and clean.  Going with a tea length layout (vertically long and skinny) is also a playful way to set-up your design and they easily fit into a No. 10 envelope.  I choose to keep the printed design pretty simple … Continue reading

My Birthday Card

My Birthday Card


This is my birthday week.  How old am I you ask?  (how rude are you!) Well since you asked… this is the last “milestone” birthday before that big milestone birthday that women tend to fret about.  So it’s not a big deal – at least I think it’s not a big deal.  It’s not a … Continue reading