Bunny and the Daisies

Welcoming Spring and Easter with open arms – it’s just such an amazing time of year with all the gorgeous pastel colors, green leaves that pop out and….chocolate! 😀 Any time of year involving chocolate is my favorite 😀

It just so happens that this year, Easter and my Hubby’s birthday collide and it really pleases me, because then I won’t have to think twice about table decor for the Birthday table 🙂

I really love having flowers on the table, but I don’t think it will be possible to have fresh flowers this year due to Winter’s persistent grip so I decided to make some flowers myself. And a little vase to put them in.


The vase is the adorable Sweet Bunny Treat Bag from My Scrap Chick. It’s made from White, Black and Cotton Candy AC Cardstock. I added small accents with a White Sharpie and inked all the edges + the cheeks with Ingvild Bloome Chalk Ink Pads in Pastel Brown and Atlantic Coral.

Then I made the cute flowers from the Daisy Garden also from My Scrap Chick. For these I used AC Cardstock in Rose Bud, Chestnut, Melon, White, Sky, and Oregano.


I inked all edges with Ingvild Bloome Chalk Ink Pads in matching colors and dotted the flower centers with a black pen.


Since these flowers are designed to be used of a flat surface, I had to figure out how to put a stem on them. I remembered a trick a learned once by rolling up a rectangle, cut three slits into it and bend them out to glue on them bottom of the flower.

Then I fixed the flower to the skewer with floral tape and added some of the leaves onto the stem as well – voila!

Finally I put some Styrofoam in the bottom of the vase/box and placed the flowers inside.


Thanks for joining me today – Can’t wait to set the table this year for Hubby’s Birthday – even though we’re a small crowd now.

Now let’s see……what else do I need to make for Easter……? 😉

Hello Spring

Hello to Spring…..Hello to you and Happy Sunday!

Today I want to show some Easter and Spring projects that I made this last week. Who isn’t dying to get out all their Easter and Spring decor right about now and start decorating? I know I’m soooo ready for Spring and Easter always marks the transition from Winter to Spring for me. So I’ve been busy creating.

First of I want to show the cute Spring Wreath from SnapDragon Snippets that I made using the Flat 3D Daisy instead of the original flower – just to make it more dimensional.


I used AC Cardstock in Lollypop, Cotton Candy, Grass, Oregano, Melon and Sunflower and inked all the edges with Prima Ingvild Bloome Chalk ink pads. Then I used a black Sharpie to draw the small dot on the centers of the flowers. Finally I tied a pink dottet ribbon on top and that’s it. Very very easy to make – and it’s so Spring-y.


Next I made the small and adorable 3D Chick Box that I found in the Silhouette Design Store (it is a SVG Attic file though)


Isn’t he cute?

I used AC Cardstock in Canary, Dandelion, Caramel, Chocolate and Black and for the wings I used Bazzill Swiss Dot Cardstock in a light yellow.

I inked all the edges with Ingvild Bloome Chalk ink pads and mounted the wings with yellow heart shaped eyelets. Finally I dotted the little eye with a white Sharpie.

Love this little fellow to bits – and it’s a box that you can put treats in!

Last but not least I made an Easter Card:


This adorable and fun card is the Bunny Shaker Window Card from SnapDragon Snippets (also available in the Silhouette Design Store Design ID #189097)

For this baby I used AC Cardstock in White, Black, Carrot, Sunflower, Grass, Oregano and Peony and inked all the edges with Ingvild Bloome Chalk Ink Pads. I used a piece of Acetate from Crafter’s Companion as window and filled it with Skittles. Now who wouldn’t love to get a card like this one?

And there you have it – the Easter/Spring projects I’ve been fiddling with this last week and believe me – I ain’t done yet!

Thanks for joining me today – hope to see lots of Easter and Spring crafting goodies from you guys!

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Egg-stravagant Baskets……

…..and a Card!

So glad you decided to come join me today, as I want to show you the most darling little Easter Egg Baskets I made…..and a card 😀

All of these baskets are designed by the very talented Tracey Moon Rushton of Idea Closet and can be purchased at My Scrap Chick .

Let’s start off with the smallest – the Chocolate Egg Basket Single:


Next is the Chocolate Egg Basket Double that holds two eggs:


And the largest of the baskets, the Chocolate Egg Basket 4 pack that holds 4 eggs:


For my versions of the baskets, I used AC Cardstock in Vanilla and patterned paper from Graphic 45’s “Secret Garden”.

I cut out extra panels for the inside of the baskets and decorated them with various flowers from Prima and chipboard tags also from Graphic 45.

Finally I put in plastic eggs that I decorated with paper borders and Prima flowers + small gems as flower centers, since I haven’t gotten to buying any eggs for them yet 😮

The baskets also comes in a handy bundle if you decide to get all three baskets at once.

I also made a card to go with either of the baskets if you choose to give them away (I know I will) It’s one of the new gorgeous cards from My Scrap Chick – the Classic Tall Frame Card:


I knew exactly how I wanted to make this card, the minute I saw it 🙂

It’s made from AC Cardstock in Vanilla and Black along with patterned paper from Graphic45’s “Secret Garden”. All edges are inked with Ingvild Bloome Chalk ink pads in Pastel Green.

I decorated with various Prima flowers like with the baskets and used one of the cute cards in the stack as picture. The top panel is adhered with round glue dots for dimension.

That was all for now – feels like I’m not quite done with Easter just yet 😉 Stay tuned for more……


Bunny Garden

Hello – so glad you want to join me today.

I’m sneaking in to show you a “little” project I made this week. You know when the idea hits, you just gotta go with it – so I did.

I’ve set my mind to changing up the Carrot 4 pnl 3d Box Fence from SnapDragon Snippets and I thought of changing the carrots to bunnies.


So I grabbed the nose and whiskers from the Bunny Shaker Window Card, the ears from the Bunny 3D Spheres Figure and the eyes from the Bunny Tummy Lip Balm Standing Card and started my project.


I made the Bunnies in White AC Cardstock with ears and nose in Cotton Candy and the eyes and whiskers in black pearl paper. I dotted the eyes and nose with a white Sharpie and inked the edges with a Ingvild Bloome Chalk Ink pad in Pastel Brown.

The ears are made as I would for the 3D Spheres Figure, but I cut the bottom of and glued it onto the top of the front segment, filled it with candy and then I closed the box by tying a ribbon around the top segments and made a bow. I did this for all three bunnies.


Then onto the box itself….

It’s made from green Bazzill Swiss Dot cardstock and White AC Cardstock and all edges are inked with Ingvild Bloome Chalk Ink Pads in Pastel Brown and Garden Grass. Then all I had to do was follow the instructions from Jodi G. Warners tutorial.


Last but not least I added some Prima flowers onto the fence for that Spring feel.

Hope you like this “little” project as much as I do and thanks for joining me today.

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Bunny Egg

Hello 🙂 – I hope you’re enjoying your weekend and that you’re crafting your little heart out…..I know I am 😀

I’m so thrilled to announce that I’m now part of the amazing My Scrap Chick Design Team and today I want to show you my first DT project – The Bunny Egg.

This project consists of two My Scrap Chick files – Sweet Suger Egg and Bunny Feet Box.


I used AC Cardstock in Vanilla, Grass, White and Salmon along with patterned paper from Graphic 45 “Little Women” and some orange pearl paper.

I inked the edges with Ingvild Bloome Chalk Ink Pads and dotted the small flower centers with Ranger Enamel Accent in Yellow.

I also included a small LED Tea Light candle in the project, as I glued the bunny head onto it to hide it. It’s so pretty in the dark, the way it lights up the inside of the egg 🙂 I also made some paper grass as a filler inside the egg (doesn’t show from this angle)


I just love this Sugar egg and I have made it several times. It goes together very easily and is just so cute and versatile.


Gosh! I love those Bunny feet ❤

I really hope you like this project and please don’t forget to write me a small comment – Thank you ❤

Tiny Easter Eggs

It’s is closing in on us – need to get those projects done because before you know it, Easter has come and gone.

So my main focus these days is Easter since I don’t have that much made the last couple of years. And there are so many cute projects out there, so you can easily fill your living room, kitchen and bedrooms with lots of cute chickens, Easter Bunnies etc.

Being a slightly active crafter ( 😉 ) I don’t have a lot of space for storage, so I decided to try and downsize some Easter decor and I chose to start with the darling Egg Chocolate Box from Bird’s Eggstravagance SVG Collection


This tiny cutie is downsized by 50% and I used AC Cardstock in White along with pearl paper in Purple, Gold, Mint and Lilac for it. Then I embellished with different gems and dots from my stash.

To make the Egg a bit more considerable, I made the Cupcake Stand from Bird’s Celebrate With Cupcakes Collection for it to sit on. The stand is also downsized by 50 %.

I love that it fits into one of my Glass Domes – tiny and pretty. It’s about 4.8″ tall.


But wait – there is more……

You can’t have one without the other, so I made the Egg Luminary also from the Eggstravagance SVG Collection downsized by 50% (now 4.88″ tall)


I made it from AC Cardstock in Vanilla and Pearl paper in gold. Then I embellished with lots of cream colored pearls from my stash. It’s perfect sized – a LED tea light candle fit perfectly inside.

And just look how gorgeous it is in the dark with a color shifting LED light inside


Now don’t be fooled by the tiny-ness of these projects. They take the same time to make and assemble as the original sizes and this is definitely something you would want to consider making unless you’re a bit masochistic as I am, cause the bits are very small and it’s somewhat tricky to assemble. I think I just enjoy torturing myself with these tiny projects 😀

Thanks for joining me today. I really hope you enjoyed my tiny eggs and I hope you are as busy Easter crafting as I am. Don’t forget to leave me a comment on your way out ❤


Hippity Hoppity Easter Time

Happy Sunday 🙂

While snow finally covers the ground here in Denmark, there is no denying that Spring is on the way. Yes we got our portion of snow really late this year – but we got it so I’m happy 🙂

We are now in the month of March and this year that means the Easter month. I guess that is why this little fella decided to move in with us – Bunny 3D Spheres Figure from SnapDragon Snippets.


He is made from AC Cardstock in Chocolate and Black along with glitter paper in Pink and Doodlebug Design paper ” Easter Parade”. The small jewel is from my stash and I dotted his eyes with a white Sharpie. You can find the tutorial for him here

He is so ready to meet all the other Easter creatures around the house and I bet there is going to be some new additions this year too.

Thanks for joining me today – hope your weekend is awesome and that you get a lot of spring crafting done. 🙂

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Tick Tock…..

I am finally getting into the game again. Being sick is just horrible for someone like me. Someone who always has to have something to make….to create….to play with. Being forced to lay in bed for a week is torture not to mention one more week of endless coughing, sneezing and a brain that’s just gone completely blank. URG!

Well finally there’s a light at the end of the tunnel and I managed to stay up and do a bit of crafting. And I threw myself at Dreaming Tree’s cute little Dogwood Mantel Clock:


I used AC Cardstock in Chestnut to make the clock along with patterned paper from Graphic 45 “Rare Oddities” and some wood patterned paper from Kaisercraft. I also used some gold pearl paper for some of the clock detail and more pearl paper in mint, purple and light purple for the flowers. Finally I found some large jewels in my stash for the center of the flowers.

The only thing I thought that was missing for this clock, was the ability to light it up from the inside, so I made it possible by cutting the clock face through all the front layers and added some vellum behind the clock face.

Now I can tell time in the dark too 😉


This was such a nice little rebound project for me and I feel somewhat like my old self again – about time!!!

Thanks for joining me – please remember to leave a small comment if you liked my little project.


Springtime Love

Hello and a very happy Sunday to you 🙂

Do you feel it too? Spring is on the way 🙂 The days are getting longer, the light is returning with all the little flowers….the snow is melting away (if you had any….don’t get me started) Yup the signs are all there….even if it might take some time yet to call it Spring.

Well that doesn’t mean that you can’t have Spring inside the house. And in my home, I have started decorating for Spring. That is way I needed to make this adorable Candle Heart Cutout 3D Boxes from SnapDragon Snippets.


I used AC Cardstock in White along with patterned paper from Maja Design “Celebration” Then I tied some hemp cord around it and decorated with some Prima flowers from my stash and a little 3D butterfly sticker I also found hiding in my craft supplies.


It may not look like it, but it was totally easy to make and assemble – even if you are new to paper crafting and Jodi, who designed this, has a great tutorial for you to follow. It’s so versatile – can be used for Mothers Day, Valentines Day, Birthdays, Weddings etc.

Well I’m off to unpacking after a 3 day trip to Amsterdam with my family – a fun but very busy little trip.

Thanks for joining me today


Halloweenish Urne

You know me. I just had to. Halloween is only 8 month away…..better get started on some projects to make it in time 😀

I realized that the Heart Shaped Lantern from Bird’s Truly, Madly, Deeply Collection kinda looks like an urne so naturally I thought of Halloween.

I changed out the pattern again like with the Moroccan Lantern I made and voila!:


I found the skull pattern in the Silhouette Design Store ID #48665 and after a lot of modifying, welding and playing around, I was satisfied.


The Lantern is made from AC Cardstock in Black and Shadow along with Vellum.

I rubbed some Prima Brass Metallic Wax onto the panels to resemble rust as if the urne was made of metal/iron.


I also embossed the lid panels with a Cuttlebug embossing folder and finally I placed a color-shifting LED light inside.


Come Halloween I’ll be ready 😀

Thanks for joining me today and please don’t forget to leave me a small comment ❤