I recently did a shabby chic baby shower invitation, and created this adorable banner to go with it. This is something that can be printed, then laminated, making it beautiful decoration for the babies room. Styles vary, and can be made custom to match bedding, decor, theme etc.
Here’s a detail shot of what each individual banner actually looks like. Of course each banner could alternate in color, pattern or design to allow for more visual interest. Each banner is completely customizable!
Of course no party is complete with out an invitation and thank you card!
It’s my blogiversary! Six whole years, and to celebrate I’m offering you a special deal!
Custom invitations and announcements are now buy one get one free for a limited time!
This offer is valid for two custom pieces, to be agreed upon by you, the customer, and me, the designer. You will be provided with a JPG and/or a PDF of the finished product to print as you desire. This offer excludes wedding invitation sets. Purchased credits do not expire. You may purchase as many credits as you’d like. During the check out process, simply change the quantity to the desired amount. Orders will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis, and may require additional lead time. In most cases my turn around time is less than 48 hours.
Happy 4th of July to all my American friends! Here’s a little card I made, it’s 5X7, and is available as a free download! I used products from Weeds & Wildflowers to create this paper style flag, all products are linked below.
To download the free 4th of July card, please click here- it will download from DropBox. If you use it, please give credit for the card to me, Jessica Griffin. Please do not make the download available on your personal blog or website. Please direct users to this post so they can download directly from me. Thank you!
I wanted to share with you, how I organize my digital scrapbooking supplies. This is what my Weeds & Wildflowers folder looks like. It’s organized by collection.
I don’t like to click through each folder to see what each collection looks like, I thought, if I could customize each folder to show the contents, that would save me so much time! That’s when I found Img 2 Icns for PC and here’s Image 2 Icon for Mac. The process was fairly easy, and quick. I switched all my folders over to photo displays so I can easily see what collection is what color, the contents, etc.
Here’s a quick video tutorial, by Image 2 Icon, on how to use their software.
I’m excited to share, this weekend, Weeds & Wildflowers is releasing the new Discover Collection! It’s all travel themed! The colors are gorgeous, and the papers are amazing! This is one kit you have to add to your collection!
I’ve recently created a task chart for the kids. The reason I did a task chart, as opposed to a chore chart is because it has daily tasks that need to be fulfilled. Tasks that we’re trying to make habit as opposed to chores; take out the trash, wash the dishes, etc.
The task chart is in my Etsy Shoppe for $1.00! You get to choose the background, and of course the task area will be empty so you can fill in your own. There are also a variety of backgrounds available as well.
If you’re on the market for baby shower invitations, birthday invitations, etc please contact me!
Hi friends! I’m excited for the Glue Dots blog hop with Marion Smith! If this is your first stop, you’ll want to head over to the Glue Dot’s blog for all the details.
Today I’m using Marion Smith’s Never Grow Up along with Glue Dots Continuous Glue Lines and Ultra Thin Dot Roll in the Desktop Dispenser. I have to say, I’m not really a flower person, but, when I saw this line I instantly thought of The Secret Garden, something my grandmother read to me as a child. Since her birthday is June 8th, I thought this paper line would be perfect for her card and gift wrap!
Happy National Scrapbooking… WEEKEND! Weeds and Wildflowers is having an amazing sale! And a super fun blog hop! If you’ve arrived here from Tiffany, you’re on the right track! If not, go back to the beginning (the Weeds & Wildflowers blog) so you don’t miss out on any of the amazing freebies!
I’ve been ‘on assignment’ these last few months, now I have tons of photos to scrap! I’m really excited to share that I’ve joined the creative team over at Weeds & Wildflowers. They’ve recently released a new collection called The Hope Collection. It’s absolutely beautiful! Tons of embellishments, papers, journaling cards and other elements. I’ve done four layouts with The Hope Collection, and have a free template for you!
To download the free template, simply click on the template below- it will download from DropBox. If you use it, please give credit for the template to me, Jessica Griffin. Please do not make the download available on your personal blog or website. Please direct users to this post so they can download the layered PSD. Thank you!
On a different note, I’m hosting an online nail wrap party! I started selling these wraps a few months ago and have fallen in love. I’ve had so many comments on my nails, and if you’ve watched my video tutorials on YouTube, chances are, you’ve seen my nails!
Check out the YouTube tutorial below for more details!
Are you getting ready for Valentine’s Day? Do you do anything to celebrate? I don’t usually do anything, and Valentine’s Day isn’t a big deal in our house, but, my kids are at the age where parties with their friends are fun, so I thought we’d have a Valentine’s Day party!
I’ve been working hard to put together something fun for both the adults in attendance as well as the children… a little something for everyone if you will. Of course I turned to Pinterest for inspiration and found this:
I loved it! I have felt, I have yards and yards of felt to be honest. I buy white felt several yards at a time for projects like this. Having my Lindy’s Stamp Gang sprays makes it really easy for me to alter the felt to the color I want, instead of having several yards of several colors.
I simply picked two colors that are very vibrant, one pink, and one red. My go-to pink is always Hibiscus Rose. It’s my absolute favorite, and it’s so vibrant! For red, I used Rizzo’s Rowdy Red, another gorgeous, vibrant color. I have a vinyl tablecloth I like to use for big projects like this. I began by laying that out, laid out my felt pieces, and began spraying. I allowed the felt to dry over night and was able to sew it the following day, with no problems. Without further ado…
I have several glass jars that sit on a buffet area, and I wanted to make it more appealing. So I added lots of pink, red and white felted hearts. I loved the way it turned out, it’s a great conversation pieces, especially among other crafty moms, designing ‘on a dime!’ The best part is, my daughters (seven and six) helped to make the hearts. So they can brag to their friends about the cute decorations they made!
Full step by step directions (complete with color photos) can be found over at Makezine. I hope you’ve enjoyed this quick and easy way to alter felt using Lindy’s sprays!