This week we have put together the cutest lemonade stand for a children’s party so your kiddos can enjoy playing shop in their own backyard. Throughout this week we will share details from our party, from how to build your own lemonade stand and felt bunting flags, to the recipe for our delicious naturally sweetened lavender… Read more.
Hi! We mentioned the other day that we are big fans of surrounding ourselves with things that make us happy. On Wednesday we shared the printable file for our inspirational quote cards for any occasion. And, wanting to take it that little bit further, today we are sharing these gorgeous prints. One featuring that same… Read more.
We love to surround ourselves with objects that make us happy and you can’t beat a good inspirational quote to get you in the right frame of mind. Today we are sharing these gorgeous printable cards featuring our favorite inspirational quote from the eternally beautiful fashion designer Coco Chanel, “Beauty begins the moment you decide… Read more.
This post is sponsored by Simon Says Stamp. We love playing with stamps here at Lia Griffith HQ and fell in love with these little sentiment stamps by Simon Says Stamp over the weekend. We wanted to do something a little different with them and we came up with the idea of creating these simple paper… Read more.
Daffodils are such an honest, innocent flower aren’t they? My front garden is full of them this time of year and for me those pretty yellow petals encircling that bright trumpet cone just scream “Spring Is Here!” I haven’t shared a daffodil tutorial before and in developing this project I wanted to share something that… Read more.
Okay, I admit it, we went hopping mad for Easter this year – but it’s been SO much fun! We have shared heaps of kids projects from the super popular candy huggers to the felt bunny and lamb ears, a selection of elegant projects for the grown ups from the decorated eggs to the sticky… Read more.
The independent ice cream parlour here in Portland gets particularly busy this time of year. From early afternoon through to late evening there seems to be a constant stream of dessert lovers queuing up to sample the latest flavors on offer. Last summer I realized that those wanting to purchase a whole pint (or two!)… Read more.
A pretty play on a papel picado, this love banner is perfect for DIY wedding decor or to decorate any party. We cut ours from a metallic white paper from paper-papers.com and you can either use card stock or they also cut beautifully with a text weight paper. We have included the SVG cut file… Read more.
Happy Friday! To complete our set of Easter DIY projects we had to make a felt Easter bunny. How cute is this little guy? He is so easy to make with just a little bit of felt, embroidery thread and beads. You can download and print the tutorial below and use the step-by-step tutorial to… Read more.
We just LOVE to customize. Not only for ourselves, but for friends and family when we are gift giving. It adds an extra personal touch that can only be achieved when we put a little bit of ourselves into it. Personalized labels are the perfect way to add a touch of ‘homemade’ to your offerings… Read more.
A simple DIY tutorial that oozes gallons of “cute” is my favorite type of project to share. If we could spend a little more time playing dress up with the little ones in our life I think we would – we had such fun with this one! These DIY felt Easter bunny and lamb ears… Read more.
We have shared lots of super cute Easter craft ideas for kids over these past two weeks from the ever so popular candy huggers to the personalized Easter baskets and decorated animal eggs. So today we’re switching it up. We’re going all grown up and glamorous with these elegant Easter eggs using tiny paper flowers,… Read more.
It is just a few weeks before Easter so today we are sharing a set of four utterly adorable Easter cards and a matching DIY envelope for the kids to personalize, print onto card stock and give to classmates or friends. The little animals are based on our designs for the Easter candy huggers, Easter… Read more.
It’s just a little over two weeks from one of my favorite holidays – Easter Sunday. (I realize that almost every holiday is on my favorite list). For me Easter is about celebrating the new season. It’s about coming out from the previous months of hibernation, giving the house a Spring clean, shaking off the… Read more.
As part of 12-months of Martha Stewart, we receive a box of crafting goodies each month and are asked to create a fabulous project from the contents. If you’ve been following our posts this week you will have noticed our love for Easter and so the arrival of the Martha Stewart Easter stencils, paints and… Read more.
We have a blast coming up with Easter crafts for kids. There’s always a lot of ‘oohing’ and ‘aaahing’ involved in design meetings and when our designer Krista came up with these little fellas we considered adding a “cute overload” warning to the post :-). We each have our favorite (mine’s the little lamb –… Read more.
Isn’t Springtime the best? Our studio is filled to bursting with various prototypes for paper tulips, partly decorated Easter eggs, and a whole host of baby farm animals in various forms from candy huggers in yesterday’s post, to these adorable Easter goodie bags. The little bunny rabbit, duckling, chick and lamb are all easily printed… Read more.
The candy huggers that we made for Valentine’s Day were so popular that we have adapted our design to bring you these adorable baby animal candy huggers in time for Easter. We get really excited at Lia Griffith HQ about Springtime and all that happens at this time of year. It’s a time when we all… Read more.
Easter Sunday is coming up on April 5th and this year we have lots of fun DIY projects planned for you. Up first is this gorgeous printable Easter brunch invitation and envelope liner. I love to have friends and family over for a meal and drinks on Easter Sunday. For me it signifies the end… Read more.
I am a self confessed anglophile. I often say I was born on the wrong continent and constantly find myself drawn to all things British. So I was pleased to hear that Mother’s Day in the UK is almost upon us – next Sunday 15th March in fact. Our US equivalent is not until May… Read more.