Join Rebecca as she creates a lovely jar full of wildflowers, flanked by an arbor of wisteria.
It’s spring in North Carolina and that means the wisteria is blooming purple in trees throughout our area. This year’s abundance of rain has created an incredible flourish of blossoms and the trees are all leafing at once! I wanted to create a card that expressed what I’m seeing around me. I hope you enjoy this fun easy project.
There’s nothing like watching Lindsay create a scenic card – it’s mesmerizing and she shares so many tips and tricks.
Why keep all the fun on the inside of an envelope? Let’s share that beauty from the inside on the outside all the way to the intended recipient! From hand-drawn flags to sealing wax, Lindsay shares 5 fast and fun ways to dress up your envelopes!
Make use of double-sided paper (or scraps) and use glitter in a subtle, yet effective way!
This quilt inspired card takes few supplies, and it is really beautiful when it is done
Oh what a pretty, pretty card! Lindsay has us getting out those paper scraps and putting them to beautiful use in this week’s card.
Lindsay is riding the trend of whimsical faces in mixed media! Get on board and learn how easy it is to create these gorgeous faces.
I wanted to try something unusual with this card. I liked the idea of a gate-fold card and right away envisioned a garden gate.