Here are a few pictures of things I’ve worked on this past year.
The Happy Planner was the “thing” that launched me back into the creative world. I saw it and I just HAD to get one. I loved the idea of adding fun scrapbook paper, images, Washi tape, and keeping track of my week. This was one of my first Happy Planner Spreads. I LOVE the Monet stickers. You can find the free printable here. I have other free printables located under Happy Planner on my Pinterest Page. Beware, there are a lot of sections for Preschool. 🙂
This is one of my first crafty projects. I made the box using my Cricut. Lorrie Nunemaker has great Cricut Design space Tutorials. I learned how to make this box from her. Here’s the link. Inside the box it holds A2 size cards. It also holds tags and other goodies.
This is a 20 pocket or Coin pocket letter. Instead of taking my pictures on the floor. I now have a light box. 🙂
This was for another swap. It was for the Ultimate Swap. Inside are homemade tags, a Pocket Letter, and a flipbook. I used a grocery bag to store all of the pieces inside. I learned this idea from Sabrina Ann. Her tutorial can be found here.
This is one of my recent projects. I challenged myself to see how many cards I could make with 1 6×6 paper pad. I made a Youtube video showing all of my cards I made. I’d love for you to check it out. Here is the link.
The next two pictures are just because. 🙂
Last summer I taught summer school for the kiddos going to Kindergarten. Our theme for the three weeks was Camping. So we painted our own forest. The kids LOVED it. Not sure the principal liked the paint on the First grade classrooms floor. But man did our Forest look beautiful!
Lastly, A picture of A Claude Monet painting. One of my favorite artists. I was so excited to be able to see it in person with my family last summer in San Francisco.
Let the journey continue!