It's one of those days...I'm craving home-baked sweets. Not anything I can buy at the grocery store, but something warm, rich, melty, and sweet, that will make my house smell cozy while it's baking. Ever have one of those days?
Today on the Melissa Frances blog I have some sweet treat bags I'm sharing along with a quick and easy tutorial on using Tissue Paper Garland and glitter in order to dress up your packages and paper-crafting projects. Those two items are two of my most favorite must-haves around here. They have a way of making everything more beautiful.
I used oodles of Melissa Frances paper, die-cuts, and cardstock stickers along with some resin embellishments, tea-stained twill, vintage trim, and Maya Road flowers. The beautiful suede leaves are from Freckled Fawn.
You can read more about these projects and learn how to create your own by visiting the Melissa Frances blog.
This card was created for the Vintage Cafe Card Challenge blog and is based on a fun sketch there.
Along with Papertrey Ink's Background Basics: Farm & Barn, Rosie Posie, and Tag-Its #12 stamp sets, I used Simply Chartreuse felt, the Sending You die, Maya Road Organza Tea Garden Trim in Rose and Mini Love Hanger, a wood heart from Studio Calico, Dear Lizzy chipboard, and the sweetest washi tape ever from Freckled Fawn.
Did I mention I have the munchies? These are calling my name I think...
Peanut Butter Cup S'Mores Bars from The Sweet Life.
Brownie Cookies from Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice.
Good Night Sally! What is wrong with me? Nothing at all...just a girl who loves her ooey, gooey, chocolatey, fix once in a while.
Off to make somethin'.
Thanks for your visit!