Back in May, I used the "America the Beautiful" collection to create this sweet little home decor project for the Pebbles, Inc. blog for Memorial Day. With the 4th of July just days away, I thought it would be appropriate to share again!
You'll never believe how quick and easy it was to make! The complete photo tutorial is on the Pebbles blog, HERE!
I recently designed these cards as "teacher appreciation" cards for the Pebbles, Inc. blog. But really, they could be modified and used for anyone on any occasion - that's the BEST thing about making your own cards!!
The complete tutorial is on the Pebbles blog HERE!
A few months ago, I created a fun (and easy, as always) little spring gift project to share on the Pebbles, Inc. blog! Instead of my usual "treat" gifts, I took a cue from Mother Nature for this one. Here's a look at my finished project.
Isn't it pretty?!? This is the backside:
Click HERE to visit the Pebbles blog to see just how easy it was to create with these
I'm not really an "in your face" type of person...so when I created these easter cards earlier this year for Pebbles, I wanted the Easter theme to be subtle...but still obvious. The cute bunny paper in the "Spring Fling" collection was the key! Here's a peek at the set of cards I made.
As always, you can find step-by-step photos of this card project on the Pebbles, Inc. blog! And I might be sharing my card-making secret over there as well! ;)
I believe words are pretty powerful...I believe they can change an attitude, a day, even a life. If you've ever visited my home, you'd know this to be true. I have words everywhere. Single words, quotes, song lyrics, lots and lots of words. And if I can make the words pretty...well, that's a win all-around!
I used the beauty and wisdom from Jen Hadfield's "Everyday" collection to create a few fun projects recently for the Pebbles, Inc. blog:
A few close-ups:
Of course, you can find photo tutorials for all three projects on the Pebbles, Inc. blog HERE!
I'm back - sharing a fun little gift project today, featuring the "Everyday" collection by Pebbles, Inc.! Ok, it's really more of a gift "wrap" project, but still...it's a fun gift, all the same! There's a complete tutorial on the Pebbles, Inc. blog - click HERE for photos of all the steps!
Do you have lots of handmade cards just sitting in a box or basket, waiting for the right occasion to give away? I sure did...and every time I needed a card, it took a while to dig through the stack to find the right one. Not anymore! And it took less than an hour to put this project together! This is my new card station:
It was really easy to put together. I started with this empty wooden box:
And I used with this awesome recipe card/file die to cut several papers from the DIY Home collection.
I printed off some small labels to separate the themes of my cards, trimmed them, and glued them right onto the patterned dividers.
Check out the rest of the process on the Pebbles, Inc. blog HERE!
I know the Winter holidays are long over...but I wanted to share this little project I created for the Pebbles, Inc. blog for New Years! Of course, by switching up the papers, it could easily be a little party set for ANY occasion! Add some red, white, and blue, and you've got the makings of a fun 4th of July party!
The pillow boxes are quick and easy to put together with the help of this handy-dandy pillow box punch board!
You can find a tutorial for the box, and confetti, and lots more on the Pebbles, Inc. blog HERE!
I feel like we're on a little walk down memory lane together! This is a fun little project I created using the "Winter Wonderland" collection by Pebbles, Inc.!
These cute little berry baskets are my new favorite for sharing food treats and gifts with friends!
I created a pretty thorough photo tutorial for creating these little treat gifts - just click HERE to visit the Pebbles, Inc. blog. And remember, you can make these work for any season or occasion simply by switching out the paper collection and/or colors!
I know what you're thinking - it's the beginning of summer - why the heck is she posting a Thanksgiving layout?!? Well, because I forgot to share it last fall, and I just love my yearly turkey layout challenges - so that's why I'm sharing this one with you today!
Do you like my little turkey? Let me show you how I made him. Here are the supplies I used (in addition to patterned paper and adhesive, of course):
Now you'll have to click HERE to see the step-by-step process of how I made my turkey! ;)
Now I challenge YOU to go pull out your photos from a past Thanksgiving and make a turkey to put on a page!