Happy Friday everyone!! I would have done this post as a Crafty Quickie – but it wasn’t all that quick. Slightly painstaking, actually. But fun regardless!! **This post contains affiliate links** For her younger son’s first birthday, my cousin requested my help with her party theme. She was throwing a Winnie the Pooh bash, and wanted a recreation of this Winnie the Pooh chalkboard art she found at Crosswhite Photography. … Continue Reading
For J’s daycare Valentine’s Day party tomorrow, I wanted to get into the spirit and make valentines for his class with him. I also really, really wanted to use my Cricut’s drawing feature. I haven’t used it since I made the invitations to J’s Finding Nemo birthday party. Actually, the party gave me the idea for the valentines. I haven’t done NEARLY enough with the awesome Disney Cricut cartridge bundle my mom bought me for my birthday last year. J’s definitely a Disney kid, so why not make our own Disney valentines?
Been dying to post this, as I am in love with my own creation! 🙂 I’ve been waiting for it to arrive at its recipient so I could post – here is my new favorite, a pop-up card wishing Congrats from Winnie the Pooh! My cousin back home in Chicago is expecting her second little boy in May, and the theme for his side of the boys’ room is… Continue Reading
UPDATE: AS OF 2016, I HAVE CLOSED MY BIRTHDAY BLOCKS SITE/STORE. THANK YOU TO ALL MY PAST CLIENTS AND THOSE WHO’VE INQUIRED SINCE. Well, the moment has come. After months and months of working, then re-working, designing, then RE-designing, testing out method after method… I am extremely happy to unveil the official launch of my brainchild. Behold Birthday Blocks! Like many people, I am at the age where my Facebook feed… Continue Reading