This weeks project is dedicated to Baby girl J. My lovely sister is having a baby girl in less than 4 weeks! AHHHH! So excited. She asked me to take some pictures of her baby bump and her little boy Jackson. I am by no means a professional photographer but I think the pictures were a total success. There were tons of cute shots making it hard to choose just 3 for these picture frames. I used a frosted glass spray to create a graphic message of sugar, spice and nice, all the things little girls are made of. I think they’ll be darling in her room and can’t wait to give them to my sister. See below for more photos of Mommy & big brother! Daddy was unavailable but I know he’ll love having these shots of this hot mama forever! Love you guys, Kisses – Shari
At work we’re often sent samples from vendors showing how logos look on certain totes and bags. So this tote was just one those samples in the free pile. I thought it would be such a cute bag without that giant logo on it. I’ve seen felt mums on pillows and have wanted to take a crack at recreating one. Then this sad little tote came into my life screaming to be remade. Adding the mum has made it the cutest little spring tote now and I can’t wait to use it.
A little handmade love note on Valentine’s day! I broke out the potato stampin’ skills from grade school and made these valentines to send out for the upcoming heart day! I like the way the paint feels on the cards and how it looks distressed. However part of me wishes I had crisper lines but I think it was the paint I used. Something to consider the next time I potato stamp! I used paper doilies from the dollar store (Holla @ the dolla store!) for the envelopes. A sweet little touch that makes this card a little more adorable! Smooches and Happy Valentines day!
For my 5th project I was asked to plan a party for a friend’s little girl’s birthday. She’s having an ice skating party so I went in 2 different directions a glittery glam skate party and a vintage winter skate party. Starting with the glittery glam skate party.
A. Sparkly party hats
B. Pom pom snow balls as decor
C. Tutus that each girl will make to skate in and take home
D. Rock candy for the kids that decorate the table
E. Cupcakes in glitter linings
F. Snowflake table runner
G. Finally a glittery invite designed by me to go with the party.
A. Cotton Snowball garland hanging everywhere
B. snow pine cones as part of the decor on the tables
C. DIY snow globes that all the kids will make and take home
D. Melting snowman cookies
E. A craft paper vintage invite by yours truly
F. And finally cake pop snowballs.
I can’t wait to create the final party. Stay tuned to see which party they went with!