Hey Friends! It’s EK here to share a bit of holiday fun. I don’t know about you, but I think these days people take the holidays a little too seriously and we all could inject some fun back into our holidays. I think we as adults forget sometimes what the magic of Christmas should be, and instead craft and create elegant and fancy holiday decor. Today I am trying to invent with my child’s mind and create a really fun and magic-filled project.
Hey Everyone! It’s Ek here, and I am coming in sharing a bit of spring. It seems that winter has finally (or hopefully) tucked herself in to hibernate and the glory of spring is finally upon my household. My daughters and I spent much of last weekend planting the garden, and my youngest demanded that this year we have flowers for the bees to feast upon. Needless to say, her enthusiasm won me over and we spent a full afternoon picking out flowers to plant and getting them into the ground and into pots. It is one of those memories I don’t want to forget so I decided to capture the moment with this week’s project using both the Garden Party stamp set and Garden Scene die set.
Hello everyone! EK Gorman here hoping your day is filled with sunshine instead of rain. Where I am, it is no longer as cold as it was earlier this month and all the snow is gone, but now our skies are filled with clouds and rain, so I felt it was only fitting to create a card that brings out the hope of sunshine despite the wet weather. The new stamp set from Krista Schneider, April Showers, is the perfect stamp set for such a card. I created a little rainy Copic-colored card that celebrates the sunshine within the showers.