Archive for July, 2016

It’s a Happy Day!

Sunday, July 17th, 2016

 I have seen a few craft projects online that involve layering with a single color (mostly on canvas), and I thought that would be the perfect technique to try with this card. The cloud and sunshine shapes are from the Silhouette Design Store, and the sentiment is from a retired Stampin Up set called, “Friendly Phrases”. I […]

Krafty Thanks

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

One of my favorite sentiment stamp sets is Pretty Phrases by Paper Smooches, which I used for this thank you card. If you haven’t noticed by now, I tend to make cards that are more simple than busy. This is an example of how less is more…you don’t need to add tons and tons of […]

The Day The Crayons Quit phonics activities

Saturday, July 9th, 2016

My second semester in the ELED program we were assigned to create either a “book box” or a “book binder” as one of our final projects in my Literacy Methods class. I like the idea of a binder better, because it’s easier to store, so I went with that. And since one of my favorite […]


Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

I loved the paper/color combination from the last card that I also made a birthday card with it as well. I found a simple bunting cut file from Silhouette, poked holes in the top to thread some baker’s twine through, and used dimensional foam tabs to raise them up. I used the Happy Birthday stamp […]