Friday, April 20, 2018

Fab Five Friday

Welcome to Fab Five Friday. For those of you that are new to this blog, every Friday I showcase five blogs, websites or posts that I think you will enjoy.


I love this card from Sending Hugs! Be sure to check out her entire blog!


I Heart Naptime just posted 25 yummy bread recipes. I am so going to make the soda bread!


I always get excited when the new 2018 Hero Arts Catalog is released. Be sure to click here to download it!


I fell in love with this tutorial on 5 ways to incorporate windows on your card projects. All of the projects are adorable!



Thanks for the video too!


I love Brigit’s tutorials and you will too. Brigit shows how to add the criss-cross panels using Silhouette Studio.

Thanks for visiting and have a fabulous Fab Five Friday.

Monday, April 16, 2018

Make it in Minutes Monday

Welcome to Make it in Minutes Monday. I thought it would be fun to feature quick and easy cards and projects that take only minutes to make, but look like you spent more time making them.


I used my Silhouette Cameo to make this glitter glue holder. I purchased the 3D Glitter Glue Holder image (#61993) from the Silhouette on-line store. Super quick and easy! I love making organizers out of paper. You can use this holder for your alcohol inks too.

Below are a few of my favorite past projects:



Click here to see original post.


I had so much fun making this Washi tape holder.


I loved making this organizer! It really is sturdy!

Thanks for stopping by and have a marvelous Monday.

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Simply Organized Sunday

Welcome to Simply Organized Sunday…SOS for short. Every Sunday I showcase blogs, websites or posts that provide innovative approaches to organizing and designing your craft space as well as other areas in your home.


I am seriously into spring cleaning and organizing. Also one of my favorite tools is my label maker.


I love how organized her craft room closet looks.

Click here for more photos and ideas! And for a free storage bin template!

I hope you are having a simply organized Sunday.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Fab Five Friday

Welcome to Fab Five Friday. For those of you that are new to this blog, every Friday I showcase five blogs, websites or posts that I think you will enjoy.


I am a huge fan of Yana’s and love her monthly coloring layer video series.

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I always learn from her videos!


This card made me smile and I hope you love it too!


Be sure to check out the Hostess with the Mostess for details and more photos! I love how she decorated the glasses!


I fell in love with this beautifully colored card from Paper Pawz! The colors are stunning.


A special thanks to my sister for sending me this link.



Thanks for the detailed video tutorial. I love how she made the box and the album.

Thanks for visiting and have a fabulous Fab Five Friday.

Monday, April 9, 2018

Make it in Minutes Monday

Welcome to Make it in Minutes Monday. I thought it would be fun to feature quick and easy cards and projects that take only minutes to make, but look like you spent more time making them.


I used my Silhouette Cameo to make this adorable card.


I purchased the Floral Cutout Square Card image (#259340) from the Silhouette on-line store.

Below are few of my favorite notecards.




These were made using my Cricut. Click here for the details.


This card was also made using my Cricut. Click here for all the info.

Thanks for stopping by and have a marvelous Monday!

Friday, April 6, 2018

Fab Five Friday

Welcome to Fab Five Friday. For those of you that are new to this blog, every Friday I showcase five blogs, websites or posts that I think you will enjoy.


Be sure to visit Lori Whitlock’s blog to see an informative rolled flower tutorial.


I can’t wait for spring. We have two inches of snow and it is still snowing! Maybe this post will cheer me up!


A special thanks to my sister for this link on how to paint with coffee! Wow!


I can’t wait to try making these pillows.


Who knew you can use Mod Podge for so many projects!

Thanks for visiting and have a fabulous Fab Five Friday.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

All Occasion Card

I give away a lot of cards and like to have a stash on hand for any occasion. I fell in love with this easy customizable feather card and just had to share.


I used my Silhouette Cameo to make this adorable card. I purchased the With Sympathy Feather Cutout Card image (#259325) from the Silhouette on-line store. I used one of my favorite dies to cut the sentiment three times. Then I glued the sentiments together and glued to my card. You can use this card for any occasion, just by changing the sentiment. I plan to make several for my stash.


I love how my Cameo cut these intricate feathers!

It is great to be back home and crafting again. Have a great day!

Monday, April 2, 2018

Trip to Yellowstone National Park: Part 2

Hello all, I've taken some time off from blogging during Easter and instead of  posting  a project, my husband Bill is sharing  more pictures below of our trip  to Yellowstone National Park. You can see the original post here.


This is another picture of the bridge over Soda Butte Creek to the Lamar back country. The mountains in back, from left to right are Abiathar, Amphitheater, and my favorite, The Thunderer.


Soda Butte Creek with Mount Abiathar in the the distance.


The Lamar River with Specimen Ridge in the background. In the summer, you can hike up there and see fossil trees. Spring is rapidly approaching as  you can see by the ice breaking up on the river banks. In another month, most of this snow will be gone, green grass will start pushing up and large herds of bison will return to the valley.


53 miles into the park, the road ends at Cooke City. The General Store is closed for the season. That's a good thing because there is almost no way to get in to it.


The Cafe Cooke is closed too, but other businesses are open to accommodate the huge numbers of enthusiastic snowmobile tourists.

Thanks for stopping by and check back for more fun and  exciting projects by Linda!

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Trip to Yellowstone National Park

My husband Bill is on spring break this week, so we took a short trip to Yellowstone National Park. The park doesn't open officially for another month, but the road to Cooke City, Montana is plowed all year around. The fifty mile road can give you quite a few astonishing views and my husband Bill shared a few with you below.


The north entrance of the park in Gardiner, Montana is the  home of the Teddy Roosevelt arch, with it's timeless motto, "For the benefit and enjoyment of the people".


The Mammoth Hot Springs terraces continue to create beautiful terraces all year long. The algae in the water creates different colors depending on the temperature of the water.


A close-up of the south terraces.


 Another close-up of the south terraces.


If you like to hike, this bridge over Soda Butte Creek will be the start of your journey to the back country.


There weren't a lot of animals to see on this trip, but this Bald Eagle was kind enough to pose in a tree near the Lamar River.

Thanks stopping by and be sure to check back Monday for a few more photos of our trip to Yellowstone National Park.

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Simply Organized Sunday

Welcome to Simply Organized Sunday…SOS for short. Every Sunday I showcase blogs, websites or posts that provide innovative approaches to organizing and designing your craft space as well as other areas in your home.


Can you believe Jenni recycled the new Oui Yoplait glass pots to make this catch-all? Any glass would work!


Look how amazing this looks in her kitchen!

Click here for detailed instructions.

I hope you are having a simply organized Sunday.

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