Saturday, April 19, 2014

Wishing you...

... a blessed Easter!
Hello everyone 
and a
Happy Easter to you all!
WoW, what a spectacular weekend,
the sun is out, trees and flowers are blooming,
how much better can it get?
One reason I don't  want  to keep you long and
keep this post short and 
sweet so you can get back outside
and enjoy this beautiful weather!

Here is my spring inspired
"Easter Card". 
 Easter girl and little eggs are cut with
the Cricut cartridge 
"A Child's Year".
 Butterfly is also a Cricut cartridge
"Art Philosophy".
 One of my crocheted flowers adorns some punched flower paddles.
 Leaves are a die.
 I could not resist to take a card picture with some
wild purple violets.
We have millions in our yard, BEAUTIFUL!

Sweet Easter treats for sweet co-workers!
 Labels are cut with the Cricuts cartridge
"Lacy Labels".

 Stamps are from Studio G.

A basket full of sweet Easter wishes!
Hope your basket is filled with lots of sweetness aswell!!!

Wishing you a wonderful and blessed
Easter Holiday!
Enjoy the beautiful weather
Thanks for taking the time to visit!

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Burlap Wreath!

Hello everyone!
First I need to apologies for
neglecting to post to my Blog,
but I have a good excuse...
... the weather!
It is absolutely gorgeous and
I been spending many hours outside,
partly getting the yard ready for planting season
and the other part on the bleacher watching
the boys play baseball.

But I got some creative time in too.
Recently our Public Library is offering 
"Burlap Wreath making classes",
absolutely totally for FREE!!!
Yes, I can't pass up a free thing
and since I didn't wanted to go by myself
I talked some girlfriends into coming along.
I have to tell you we had a

Here is my wreath from the first class,
made from an 12 inch base.
I found the wooden letter and frame at Michaels.
Not to bad for my first.

And this is the wreath from the second class.
This one was larger, 18 inch base,
and the burlap was a bit different.
I already had the 
"Happy Easter" sign 
and as you can see I cheated a little
and just hung it on the wreath.
Since the sign is not permanently attached
I can redecorate the wreath after easter is over.
The girls and I had so much fun we keep on 
going back for more,
HaHa, maybe we will end up with a wreath 
for every door in the house!!!

Thanks for stopping in!
Hope you all have a wonderful creative week
and maybe I inspired you to make a
"Burlap Wreath" for your door!