I wanted to create a collection of personalized containers as part of my kitchen restyle (link) this week. It’s one of seventeen projects I created using my Cricut Explore for the Design Space Star competition and one I am super happy with. These patterns use elements from the design I used for the Scandinavian apron… Read more.
I love to make my own jams and fruit spreads and love even more to hand a jar or two to neighbors and friends after cooking up a batch on the weekend. In fact I love to give edible gifts on any occasion and have been known to package up macarons, sugared almonds, gourmet coffee… Read more.
I loved giving these Olive Oil, Vinegar and Salt & Pepper grinders our own stamp of creativity. As part of our entry into Cricut’s Design Star Space competition we created these fresh yet classic text transfers to add a little individuality in our kitchen restyle. This is one of those projects that just wouldn’t be… Read more.
This is the perfect project for book lovers. Traditional bookplates are used to identify books in your personal or public library and are a great way to ensure your treasured texts are returned to you safely. They are also great for teaching children to treasure their stories and I’ve had friends allow their kiddos to… Read more.
I have been so excited to freshen up my kitchen decor and becoming a finalist in Cricut’s “Design Space Star” competition has given me the perfect opportunity to do so! For the final challenge, the 5 round winners were given the challenge to re-decorate one room in our home. (You can see my winning designs… Read more.
It is that time of year, after the busy holidays for our studio to get organized so we can stay as creative as possible. A few months ago we shared our new office space as I brought three others onto my team and needed to move the craft space and add desks and work spaces…. Read more.
Big thanks to World Label for hosting today’s pretty address labels. These stylish address labels, return labels or shipping labels will sure stand out. I love this soft floral and watercolor wash designs. They come in a mix of bright spring colors and you can choose a classic slab font or a modern hand drawn… Read more.
For a pretty DIY project that you can make for yourself or as a gift for a friend, here are a few different versions of pen and ink floral note cards and a watercolor wash letterhead. You can choose the Museo font style or the handwritten Amatic font style. Each have their own PDF that you… Read more.
A fun printable that you can use for yourself or add in to one of your gourmet gifts are these holiday recipe cards printable and personalized recipe cards. This one is a gorgeous holiday design in navy glue with a gold floral pattern. This is really easy to add our own recipe by first downloading the… Read more.
As my business grows, so does my office and as you could see from my updated office tour a few weeks ago, it was time to add desks and work stations to what once was the beautiful craft room. I will not lie, the entire main floor of my house is now all about business…. Read more.
This week is a week of new beginnings for me! I have always dreamed of having a creative business where I can join with a group of like minded and make things happen. Well, after 17 months of working solo (and very long hours), I am delighted that two talented ladies have joined me in… Read more.
Summery fresh and with a citrus twist, these printable recipe cards were designed just for you. The cards are ready for you to download, add your text and print onto card stock. For this editable text you will want to download the free font Museo Slab and install onto your computer. Then you can open… Read more.
Summer is here! The kids are almost out of school which means you could use a little more help staying organized, right? Well here is a pretty printable that we made just for you. I get to say “we” now because I have been joined here in my studio by the talented Lindsay Kretchun, who… Read more.
Welcome to summer! I am thinking that with the upcoming summer outings, beach trips and sleepovers, a cute tote is the perfect thing for just about anyone. For these four totes, Lindsay and I designed different looks that we then cut with my Cricut Explore from glitter iron-on and added to plain white cotton tote… Read more.
Now that you have your pantry newly styled with your Farmhouse Pantry Labels it is time to update your herb and spice labels too. Just for you, here are two sets (chalkboard and kraft paper) of herb and spice jar labels to match the pantry labels from last weeks post. For my jars, I decided… Read more.
The truth is, I am craving the thought of living in a vintage 1920’s farmhouse and for the last few months just can’t get it out of my head. As a lifelong city girl, I jokingly call myself the accidental farm girl, meaning, I would have never guessed my interest heading back the direction of… Read more.
To coordinate with my makeup bags that I shared yesterday, I also made a brush roll to hold my brushes for travel. I don’t know about you, but my brushes are something that I like to have for a very long time, so keeping them in good condition is important to me and I cringe… Read more.
As I mentioned yesterday, I am here in Salt Lake City all week for the Alt Summit and pre-Alt Summit Cricut event. For those of you who have not heard of it, the Alt Summit is a place where lifestyle, DIY, craft, home decor, food and style bloggers gather to meet each other, potential sponsors… Read more.
Happy New Year everyone! Where did this year go? It was so packed with projects, memories and a few challenges thrown in. As many of you know, I started this blog in late March. It has been the best nine months of my life when it comes to feeling excited to get up everyday and… Read more.
What a busy week this has been. I was working hard to finish at least one room for another home tour and I am close, but did not quite get there. I am off to San Francisco today for a writer’s conference so I needed to grab one of my “oldie but goodie” tutorials to… Read more.