I live in MA with my hubby and we have two children. I have been paper crafting for over twenty years. Hard to believe where the time has gone. Thanks for visiting and leave me a comment to let me know you were here.
I am so happy to be able to share that I will be joining the Lori Whitlock Design Team. I have always admired her work and she is an amazing person and business role model for women. Be sure to check back on August 8th to see my first post.
We are sharing sweet treat projects this week and I am tickled to share with you this adorable ladybug Oreo treat holder and card. I found these cookies on clearance at my favorite store, Home Goods. Made this cute set for my doctor whom I have an appointment with coming up. I think she will really love it. Used some yummy The Twinery twine to accent my card and box.
Are you getting ready to celebrate the Fourth of July and the beginning of summer fun? I made this fun jar full of red, white and blue jelly beans and used some lovely twine to decorate the sticks for my pinwheels as well as around my jar. The Twinery has fabulous colors and I love the mix of red, white and blue in this Firecracker twine. Be sure to pick up some to use on your fun, patriotic projects.
Here is a close of up of my pinwheels. They are so easy to make and so much fun. I made three different size squares and then but from each corner into the center, but not all the way to the middle. I used a glue dot to get the points to adhere and then glued the button with the twine to the center of the pinwheels. If you want your pinwheels to spin, you need to use a brad and I would suggest a paper straw which you can poke the brad through and adhere it to the straw. I would love to see your pinwheels.