something for your screen

Hi friends! I'm just full of freebies at the moment! Here's this months downloadable wallpaper to spruce up your desktop. Enjoy these sugar coated geometrics by downloading them right here.

so good together

Oh look, it's friday again! How did that happen? If you were thinking of going out in search of a Valentine's Card this weekend then add some extra pennies into the gift pot and print this free downloadable card instead. It couldn't be much simpler and you end up with a hand finished card all packaged up with lots of love.

For the card you'll need...

To make...

  1. Download your card here and print onto A4 card
  2. Cut out/ or scalpel according to the markers
  3. Score to fold in half neatly

For the envelope you'll need...

To make...

  1. Download the envelope here and print. You will need a printer that can print A3 for this, in order to accommodate the card size.
  2. Cut of scalpel around the edges and then score following the guide.
  3. Fold and secure with your glue or tape. You can use a dot of glue or tape to fix it shut or alternatively use a sticker of some sort.

full of love

Hi! Sorry for my absence in blogland. There's been a whole lot going on and changes brewing which have left me little head space for much else. To my surprise January whizzed past, turning into one big rainy blur. Now suddenly it's February and nearly Valentine's and I went to get in quickly and share this simple little DIY with you.
All you need to make your little jar of love is...
  • downloadable labels
  • A small jar
  • A4 paper or inkjet sticker paper
  • Scissors
  • Heart shaped sweets

To make...

  1. Start by downloading your free printable sheet of labels. You can either print this onto paper and glue your labels onto the jar or you can print them onto inkjet sticker paper, which is a little easier.
  2. Choose a heart size that works with your jar and draw a circle on top of the heart pattern to cut out and use for the lid. Stick them on.
  3. Then fill your heart with sweets. I used heart shaped Haribos but it would work just as well with heart shaped chocolates.

And there you have a Valentine's gift you could probably rustle up in your sleep!