I have been having WAY too much fun in the craft room lately! It's craft fair season, and I have eighty-three bajillion ideas (actual count) bouncing around my brain waiting to be translated into paper and be put on my tables and shelves to find new homes.
First up, though, was a whole day dedicated to using up odds and ends! I had quite a few pieces from the Watercolor Winter Christmas card-making kit left over after we used 17 of them for Christmas Club last month, so here's a post dedicated to additional ideas if you're in the same boat with leftovers, like me!
Even the insides are fancy! And the kit came with colored envelopes, that was cool.
PS--I posted about the little red sleds here... don't miss those! That's my all-time favorite piece in the kit. Delighted to find there was a bonus sled in each kit.
And last but not least... I could not resist using the punched-out scraps of vellum from the snowflake card above as a mask to sponge snowflakes on a plain white card base. I love it! You could use any color, but I went with Coastal Cabana and Pink Pirouette. The raised embossed lines were just made on my Simply Scored board.
You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.