Happy Winter….

     Posted by Norine on November 22, 2017

Hey, hi!  Nice to see you again!


So, as much as I really don’t miss snow and winter (because hard winter in Arizona is like a beautiful Canadian fall day) I still really love snowflakes.  I love watching them fall, especially when I’m inside where it’s warm and don’t need to go anywhere.   (I just don’t like when they pile up and have to be shoveled).  I love snowflake cookies, and cut paper snowflakes and making snowflake cards like these two I have for you today!


There are snowflake dies available in the store if you would like to give this a try.


I could type all the words, and post all the photos, but guess what!?   I don’t need to!

Because I made another video!  (Does two weeks in a row make a habit?)

Check it out here and leave a comment if you liked what you saw!


Golden Hour of Fall

     Posted by Natalja on November 19, 2017

Good morning, everyone!

Today I have a planner layout for you, containing the warm hues of fall. Perhaps for many of us, at least for those living in southern Manitoba, Winter seems to have settled in, but technically it’s still Fall right?


I used the “Vintage Blessing” line from Simple Stories for the most part…well…now that I look at it, I actually incorporated bits and pieces from different lines and designers, but my inspiration was definitely the beautiful ‘Vintage Blessings” Fall line.

0fdfe205-4aeb-4045-8d92-dabf016a2935It was fun reaching back into some of my planner supplies like the gold, glittery, hole reinforcers and the square, mint and yellow, planner stickers. I used Thickers alphabet letters to spell the work ‘thankful’ that I “scattered” across the two pages. Since the layout became fairly busy I wasn’t quite sure what to put on the far right…when I gave the gigantic ‘happy heart’ chipboard sticker a try, I couldn’t help but use it.

154ddf12-e3f5-41bd-812b-7d97e0b6cc5cI completely realize that using a ginormous chipboard sticker would not work for each planner page, but maybe for one or to pages it might be ok to go a bit overboard? ;) I like how it worked as a statement piece and also ties the pages together by continuing the theme of thankfulness.

Perhaps the “focus embellishment” on the opposite page would be the little bundle of flowers at the bottom with a “leave a little magic everywhere you go” chipboard sticker.


I think when we have a thankful attitude, those are the moments when we are automatically spreading a little magic by giving off happy vibes to others :)

Thanks again for stopping by and I hope you have a great, magical week!


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