Just finished making some tiny dividers & dashboard for my pocket planner. I still can't get over how tiny and cute this planner is. I'm not used to laminating such tiny sheets of paper. Lol! Hope you all are having a just as fun Sunday! PS. I must apologize for my photo quality. My iPhone 6 died completely and I'm waiting for the 7... So for the time being, I have a crappy phone. #lvplanner #louisvuitton #plannercommunity #plannerlove
Something fun headed your way starting Sunday the 12 - a month long Sunday Series from @inspiredlightphotography! She'll be sharing how she's using our new Faith collection on pages in her Bible. Be prepared to be inspired! #ssfaith #Repost @inspiredlightphotography with @repostapp Pretty excited to be using the @simplestories new FAITH product line. Ill be playing with their product over the next month and creating pages in my Bible for them. They have done a fantastic job with designing…
Pom pom shooter I saw these made using paper cups, but half of a toilet paper roll worked better. These made a fun game for preschoolers shooting the pom poms into a bucket and was also useful when teaching David and Goliath to the preschool Sunday school class. I hear mini marshmallows are good for shooting in place of the pom poms. Hint: you can get a little extra velocity by pressing the pom pom into the hole of the balloon rather than just dropping it into the barrel. Have fun!
"Brides no longer just send out a wedding invitation, but a whole weekend itinerary, covering Friday welcome drinks all the way to Sunday brunch, so invitations arrive as little wedding care packages. For the events surrounding the wedding, have some fun with the paper, letting each event have its own theme, graphics, and colors, but when it's all said and done, the entire suite should work together."
This little bear hoop is from a few years back and showcases of my favorite ideas for embroidering directly onto a piece of fabric that you like! No worries about transferring patterns from paper to fabric. Just gather up your hoop and threads and have fun with embroidering! A great beginning project for the new embroiderer! Happy Sunday, all!