January came and went but not too soon for me. While I've never claimed to have a perfect life - I am usually happy even when things aren't so good. But January proved to be a bit of a challenge and I have had to do some serious "me" time to determine what I want for this year and my life. I do know one thing for sure and that is I love to share here on my blog and today I am doing just that. There is really no better day to me than Valentines and it really doesn't have anything to do with being "in love" (Don't get me wrong) that is nice and all but I simply love hearts and giving fun little gifts! and it's the perfect day for both!!
Gold. I love it. I think I've said that a few times around here. But gold can be tricky. How many times have you been afraid to purchase that paint for a project? Afraid of how it will really look. Not too yellow and not too orange. Well if you feel the same way I have the perfect gold spray paint just for you!
I hope you have all had a relaxing and enjoyable summer so far. I am happy to be back from a much needed summer break. I must admit I didn't do much relaxing but spending some time with my boys and finishing up some neglected house projects was very fulfilling! I am ready to get back to crafting and I wanted to start this week off with a fun little series all about Gold. Do you ever wonder what the best gold thread is or which gold paint will be the color you are looking for. I am going to share some of my favorites here this week and plenty of ideas to go along with them. To start things off I made a Hello card with a Giant greeting! No stamps required! Even though they are my favorite crafting supply- sometimes I just can't find what I'm thinking of. Keep reading to see how I created this card.
I remember the first time I picked up a stamp - inked it and put it on paper! It was 20 years ago and I will never forget thinking " this was the best thing I've ever tried" Really! I thought that and not only that but I instantly understood the possibilites one little stamp could create! So here it is 1 Stamp - 3 Ideas. I hope you will see how easy it is to make those stamp sets of yours worth every penny!