I had an absolute blast making my Secret Santa gift for my colleague in the recent weeks. It was pretty obvious that she got it from me – it took her seconds to guess. So I guess I’m okay posting this up now! However, I just wanted to share the gift with you as it was so much fun to make. I might actually make myself one – and perhaps some others for other people. Presenting the selfcare box!
This year, I opted to make a self-care box for the recipient. The budget was only £10 so I definitely had to get a little creative. It is possible to purchase some premade self-care boxes for slightly more. I personally love the Blurt boxes but they are double the price (they are definitely worth it though). Since I was trying very hard to stick to the budget, I ended up making a bunch of things myself.
The other day I mentioned that I am taking part in December Daily and how I prepared for it. Since then, I have made a few pages for the album and I wanted to share three of them with you. These are all really easy to replicate for any album, which is why I chose them. So without further ado, let’s just jump right in.
Christmas is not too far away now! At this point, if you have not already purchased or made cards for people, it can sometimes get a bit hectic trying to find some. Luckily, if you have a printer at home then you pretty much already have everything you need at home! I found a few printable christmas cards that I wanted to share with you today, in case you needed to whip up a last minute card.
Sad news came into my email inbox today at around 7pm. One of my favourite stamp companies is closing down. I was ready to spend an evening writing a very festive blog post. However, this now takes priority. Yesterday, I spoke about Sweet Stamp Shop briefly. It’s an amazing business that has been around for some years now. I have loved it since 2015, when I placed my very first order.
I am really excited about today’s post. It combines two things I adore: cardmaking and Harry Potter. I have used a few products from some of my favourite companies too, which just makes the whole thing even more fun. These cards are relatively easy to make. However, some of these products might be hard to source so you may have to get a little creative if you wanted to create your own. With the same products, I made a small variety of different cards. I really wanted to try and find a few different ways to do this, so the process was not repetitive. So, without further ado, for the fifteen day of Blogmas, let me present to you my Harry Potter Christmas Cards!
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