Sunday, November 27, 2011
I have really gotten into digital scrapping and love using the templates from The Shabby Princess Blog. This is one of their latest challenges. They provide a template and you plug in pictures, paper, embellishments ect. I love all the free templates and have bought a couple kits from them too... absolutely love em! You can get this template too by clicking here.
Posted by Heather at 2:34 PM
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
I have really enjoyed getting into digital scrapbooking! These are a few of my first digital pages. I have learned a lot about the possibilities in scrappin digitally over the last month or so. This first page is my very first and the last one is my most recent. Most of the paper and embellishments and and even some templates can be found at http://www.theshabbyshoppe.com/blog/ and everything I used except for the paper on the last page is available for FREE!
Posted by Heather at 9:07 PM
Friday, May 27, 2011
I love sayings! My sister printed this vinyl for me...thanks. I love how much the sayings add to the rooms. This one is in our Kitchen:
I also added a saying to the shelf my husband made me:
Posted by Heather at 12:30 PM
Friday, May 20, 2011
This was one of my favorite projects to make because it was so simple and adds a lot to the car seat and keeps my baby covered. I made the canopy reversible, different material on each side so I can mix it up. I also make flower clips that come on and off so I can change them up too.
Posted by Heather at 12:59 PM
I love blocks! I bought these cute SPRING blocks from Tai Pan and ended up using them for FAMILY blocks too. I had my sister print some vinyl and put them on the back of the SPRING blocks. I love decorating but hate storing.
Posted by Heather at 11:12 AM
These cute little headbands were so easy to make. I bought the stretch fabric/elastic from Hobby Lobby for $2/yard. I was able to make 5 of each color from each yard. All I had to do was cut the fabric the length I wanted it and then sew 2 ends together and glue a piece of ribbon around the stitch. I put clips through the ribbon.
These headbands are made from nylon socks. I did the same thing with them as the ones above. I love how these headbands fit my little girl. I don't worry about them getting to tight.
Here are a couple flower clips I've made:
My mom taught me how to crochet these cute little clips.
This is a headband and clip made from burning the edges of silk material and then gluing the pieces together.
I made this headband for my girls blessing day. I bought the stretchy lace at JoAnn's and then glued flowers to it...really simple but so cute!