Happy February! As we turn the page to this month, love is in the air!! I love these little lady bugs. So cute. Reminds me of those I love in my own life…
This month is so simple, but cute. And, it was super fast to make… The stamp set is Love You Lots (obviously….) and did a quick marker color and that is that! This would also make a cute little 3×3 card too for your valentine!
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We don’t have large Oak Trees in Hawaii… (we don’t have small ones either…), but thanks to this stamp set, we have ACORNS!! And cute ones!!
Using non-traditional fall colors helps brighten up the acorns! It’s a fun spin on a Thanksgiving classic…
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If you’ve been following these little calendar posts, you will probably have noticed that I am a FAN of the Lighthearted Leaves stamp set (and coordinating framelits). HUGE FAN.
So, It was a no-brainer when trying to decide what to use for October… And, the corrugated cardstock!! LOVE IT. The background lines are from the Chalk Lines stamp set… You notice, that cover for the calendar is the same everything…just a different background paper color… Head on over to see what Anne and Cheryl have for you!
September brings this beautiful bouquet of flowers… From the Awesomely Artistic stamp set! Such a beautiful set of flowers.
As an aside, I’ve seen this stamp used as part of the new ‘coloring book’ craze…. the detailed outline image allows for the ‘zen’ coloring. Stamping then coloring! Couldn’t be more fun!Anne and Cheryl have something fun for September as well!
I love mixing a neutral and a bright color! It adds a great contrast and pop to the project… this is the case with August!!
This Bordering Blooms stamp set is SUPER fast and easy to use. They are longs trips of images and perfectly spaced to do the outside images in one step and the inside in another set! Tip Top Taupe and Daffodil Delight are the colors used here. I am a Kansas Girl. And, these little flowers faintly remind me of sunflowers (my FAVORITE). And, August is a good month for sunflowers!
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To a teacher, the arrival of June always means the arrival of relaxation, lazy days, and sweet, sweet summer. (well, with littles, that’s not always the case, but life IS less hectic during the summer).
So, I love using this leaf stamp from the Lighthearted Leaves stamp set (now retired) in a bit of a ‘non-traditional’ way (pinks???). But, I love it!! It’s cheerful and bold and fun… all that summer is. Head over to see what Anne and Cheryl have for you!