A slider card is a fun design that gives movement to elements of your project and it is not too difficult to create!  This birthday slider card was inspired by Emilie Veyssilier and uses the Hot Air Balloon Bundle...

I am channelling all my sunny-weather vibes to keep the beautiful weather we have been having this Summer.  As I sit here writing this, I can hear kids playing outside, lawns being mowed, and the ice cream truck jingle calling out... it's the perfect time of the year to indulge in a little ice cream!  What about an ice cream birthday card?

How beautiful is this quick note card? This thank you card is so simple to create, and lets the Softly Stippled Designer Series Paper do all the work!

Take a look at this cute note card using the Bee My Valentine Bundle, but with no bees and not for Valentine's Day!  What?

Happy Valentine's Day!  I want to express my gratitude to everyone who supports me in my business.  My heartfelt thanks go out to you all 🥰.

Nui te aroha ki a koe!

Tomorrow is Valentine's Day, so here is one last Valentine's project!  This adorable gift pouch was filled with foil-wrapped heart chocolates and then personalised using the Heartfelt Hellos stamp set and Most Adored Specialty Designer Series Paper - you can get both of these products for FREE with a qualifying order during Sale-A-Bration.

I love this time of the year when we often have hot air balloons drifting across our house in the early mornings.  And, it only gets more exciting as we get closer to the Balloons Over Waikato Festival in March.  I was reflecting on this as I created this encouragement card using the Lighter Than Air Suite, found on pages 32-34 of the January-April 2024 Mini Catalogue.

Today we commemorate the first signing of New Zealand's founding document, Te Tiriti o Waitangi (The Treaty of Waitangi) on 6 February 1840.  While the day can be marked with celebrations and festivities, it is also a time for reflection and acknowledging the complex history of the Treaty and its ongoing impact on the relationship between Māori and Pākehā.

Ko ngā pae tawhiti whāta kia tata, ko ngā pae tata, whakamaua kia tina.
The potential for tomorrow depends on what we do today.