I have a brand new tutorial for you that you can use for your Halloween goodies or really anytime of the year.
It is a Pocket Tag Mini Album that has a ton of space on the cover to fit goodies as well as two pockets on the inside. There is also room for you to add flaps or additional pockets inside or on the back.
Of course because it’s Halloween I wanted to get right into adding something a little spooky and added a tutorial for a Mini Ghost Pinata. I think this may be how I send treats to my nieces and nephews this year since it is cute enough to give as a gift but small enough that it isn’t too much candy!
You will find the full tutorial below as well as SVG’s you can use in your die cutting machine and PDF templates for the tags you can cut out as well.
I’m back! I know it has been a long time since I added a blog post but I am planning to get more consistent again. If you follow my Youtube channel you have seen new tutorials just not new blog posts so here is the first one back!
A member in my FB VIP group sent me a picture of this Mini Keurig from Pinterest and asked if I could re-create this and of course I said yes. So here it is!
This Mini Keurig Inspired Treat Holder is large enough to hold a 4oz Expresso Cup that you can absolutely fill with treats. You can also add a little pocket to the back to add a gift card or a note card.
It is 4 1/2 inches tall and 2 1/2 inches wide. The paper I used is my new Magic Bean Designer Paper. You can find it in my Etsy Shop! The Stamp I used is Perk Up from My Favorite Things.
Here is the tutorial and the PDF pattern pieces so you can make one of these adorable treat holders for yourself!
I have a different type of project share for you today! It is a freebie printable! Here is an adorbs Unicorn Daily Planner sheet.
The Unicorn Daily Planner is a great way to organize your day with a super cute layout.
Want a break down of all the sections?
Here it is:
Brain Dump: Use this section to jot down all those thoughts, ideas and to do’s in your head. Get them all on to paper here!
Must Do’s: This section is for you to list everything you need to get accomplished today. I know there are a bunch of things you want to do but you can’t do them all. What do you absolutely need to get done today.
Schedule for later: Did you write something down in your brain dump section that you need to get on your calendar. Write it down here. Maybe you need to remind yourself of an upcoming deadline or that you need to schedule an appointment. These are tasks that don’t need to be done today but you want to keep track of.
Delegate: It’s so hard to let go! But that is exactly what this section is for. You should do things every day only you can do. If there is something that you know you need to give someone else then do it. Pass along those things you should not be doing.
Appointments for today: This is just what it says. Write down all those appointments or errands you have scheduled for today.
Move to tomorrow’s To Do’s: Even with the best to do list and most organized day sometimes you just can’t get it all done because well, life happens. These are to do’s that you had scheduled for today that you need to move to tomorrow’s list.
Ready to start using the Unicorn Daily Planner Sheet??
You can click on the image above or here is a link to get your copy!
Today’s project share is my design team project for Craft Your Passion. Our sponsor this week is All Dressed Up and the image I used is Christmas Tree Fairy.
I decided to make an easel card this week with a corrugated card base. This image is so cute and dainty I really wanted to make sure my card had the same feel.
I added light blue lace at the bottom and a gold lace ribbon for the bow. I colored up the image with my Copics and Spectrum Noirs and then had fun adding Christmas magic with Stickles, Glossy Accents and multicolor confetti flakes.
I also added tulle, snowflakes and flatback pearls for additional embellishment. I really love how sweet how card this came out.
There is still time for you to link up your project here:
I hope you enjoyed my project & thanks for stopping by!
I am back with another Design Team project for Craft Your Passion! This week’s sponsor is Sasayaki Glitter and the image I used was Winter Peggy.
The size of this card is 5 1/2 x 4 1/4. I used a corrugated card base and layered on white paper that I added a lace edge to. I colored the image up using my Copics and Spectrum Noirs and I pop dotted it onto my card base. I added some tulle, lace ribbon and snowflakes for embellishment.
I hope you enjoyed my project! There is still time for you to link up your project here: