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Family Sign for Your Wedding

I love a little glitter at a wedding. Just enough to add a little sparkle without shouting all out “party”! These rose gold “family” signs are perfect for reserving front row church pews or guest chairs at your ceremony meaning that your VIP’s will be guaranteed the best seats in the house! We began by… Read more.

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DIY Wedding cupcakes

DIY Wedding Cake and Cupcake Topper

Earlier this month we discovered BARC wood papers and have been excited to use them in a DIY wedding project ever since. We are in love with the birch wood paper – a sheer veneer sheet that is made using real wood. It comes in sheets, tape rolls and larger rolls with either a paper… Read more.

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DIY Pinata

DIY Wedding Pinata

This over-sized heart shaped pinata is the perfect DIY wedding project for those who want to inject a little fun into their wedding celebrations. The pinata has always been a party favorite but in recent years we’re seeing lots of lovely versions designed specifically for that special day. Last year I shared this paper flower… Read more.

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Western Party

DIY Kid’s Cowboy Birthday Party

I don’t think I know anyone who doesn’t have a little denim in their wardrobe. Personally, I live in blue jeans as it is perfect for my on-the-go creative lifestyle. The tough cotton twill textile has been widely used since the 18th century and there’s not a decade goes by that the fabric doesn’t seem… Read more.

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Gluten Free Valentines Gifts

Gluten-Free Valentine’s Day Gifts

For Valentine’s day I love to treat friends and family with home made goodies.  I have been on a gluten-free diet for the last 6 years and never felt better, and since I don’t want to miss out on any of life’s joys I have become quite an avid gluten free baker.  For tomorrow I… Read more.

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Red Envelope

Printable Red Envelopes for Chinese New Year

In Chinese societies, a red envelope or red packet containing money is given during holidays or special occasions such as weddings, the birth of a baby or graduation. Its origin began over 2000 years ago when the elderly would thred coins onto red string to ward off evil spirits. As the printing press became popular the string… Read more.

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Kid's Valentine Project

Kid’s Valentine Project Round-Up

My team and I love coming up with ideas for handmade children’s Valentine’s Day gifts and this year has been a blast. I wanted to bring them all together in one final post for those of you who fancy a little afternoon crafting before the big day. Our quick and easy candy huggers are a… Read more.

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Paper Rose Round-up

Paper Rose Round-up

I have shared various paper rose designs over the last two years and this Valentine’s Day I wanted to bring them all together in one glorious rose filled post. One of my oldest and most favourite designs is the long stemmed red rose which also comes in a beautiful blush pink.  If you fancy doing… Read more.

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Paper Lantern

Spring in Bloom Paper Lanterns

Our winter paper lanterns were super popular back in November so with Chinese New Year upon us next week (Thursday 19th!) I was inspired to design a fresh paper lantern for the occasion. In China the New Year celebration is also known as the Spring Festival so it seemed perfect to include a delicate Spring… Read more.

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Valentine's Day cards at Shutterfly

My Valentine’s Day Cards at Shutterfly

For those of you who like to use Valentine’s Day to share your family photos, here is a set that I designed just for you. These are available at Shutterfly and lucky you, they are offering a great deal to new customers. You can get 40% off your full order by using the code 40SAVINGS. … Read more.

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