Here are 3 ideas just for you! The tutorials have all of the supplies and instructions on how to make them so you can have them done in no time. Head on over and check out Cut Out + Keep's Technique Tuesday to find out how to make the awesome tree card that uses laying for its focal point. Check out Create for Less' Think Crafts Blog to find out how to use a branch punch to create this beautiful tree card. Wreaths more your style? Use the Deck the Door Holiday Card Technique on Think Crafts to find out how to create this amazing card.
Yes, it's time for another awesome technique over on the Cut Out + Keep blog. This one is just in time to help you with all of that holiday wrapping you have to do, too. Be sure to go and check out Technique Tuesday and find out how you can make this part of the holidays easier for you!
I haven't post for quite some time. Sorry about that. Life has had me really busy and I haven't been able to keep up, but don't worry I'm back and will be sharing some of what I have been and will be doing. Have you been checking out the fun tutorials I've been doing over on the Cut Out & Keep blog for Technique Tuesdays? I have had so much fun creating these fun projects to share with everyone so I hope you will stop by and take a look. In case you have missed any here they are for you. Using Watercolors In Your Paper Crafting
Be sure to come on over to the Cut Out + Keep blog and see what I'm creating for Technique Tuesday this week. It's a great background technique that can be used on cards. It's really easy to do using the steps that I share with you!
The winner from the Girls, Giggles, Glitter and Glue blog hop is Joddie Rae Samuelson! Congratulations, Joddie! Please contact me with your address and I will mail your prize this week.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by during the hop and left a comment. I have read them all and appreciate all of you taking the time to let me know you enjoyed what I shared. It won't be long and we'll be hopping again, but until then please keep stopping by and seeing what I'm doing next.