It’s been a while since I shared some alternate projects using elements from the Paper Pumpkin kits. I got my October 2020 kit – Joy to the World – last week and started working on an idea that popped into my head while unboxing the kit. If you follow me on social media, you may have seen my sneak peek over the weekend. Well, I
When we moved into our new house this past spring, I knew the large fireplace mantel would be the perfect place to hang banners and garlands from. I still have more to do to decorate our fireplace for the fall season, but I’m loving the sunflower garland I made to hang from the mantel. The Celebrate Sunflowers Bundle was the starting inspiration for this garland.
A couple weeks ago, I shared a banner inspired by St. Patrick’s Day. Today, I have yet another banner, this time for Easter. Instead of going with the traditional “Happy Easter,” I made this banner to say “He is Risen.” The crosses from the beautiful Hold on to Hope stamp set in the 2018 Occasions Catalog are a great addition to this banner. I made the
I’m back with another banner creation. This time it is inspired by St. Patrick’s Day. If you do a search on Pinterest for “St. Patrick’s Day color palette” you wont find a lot of different color ideas. Everything is green, green, and more green. Sometimes with a stroke of a rainbow and a drop of gold added in. So that is the basis of my
A few days ago, I showed you a Merry Christmas banner I made featuring the October Paper Pumpkin kit. Today, I am going to show you a similar banner that features the September Paper Pumpkin kit – Layered Leaves. The Thankful banner is made in almost the same way as the Christmas banner. Here is how I made this banner: Cut 2 sheets of Early
This month has gone by crazy fast so far…and I don’t think things will slow down until after the Holidays! Today I am sharing a Merry Christmas banner I made to hang from my mantle next month (and I made a Thankful banner to hang now, which I will share on the blog soon). It can be hard to photograph really sparkly things sometimes, and