Craft Corner: DIY Keyboard Glamification

When I was growing up, every time I saw something that I loved in a store, my mom would always say, "Oh, I can make that." It drove me C-R-A-Z-Y. BUT, lo and behold, I am now the same way!  I saw a beautiful floral keyboard cover at Forever 21 and guess what my first thought was?! YUP! I can make that!

This project is a little time consuming, but super easy!

You will need:
*Silhouette Cameo
*Printable Vinyl
*Floral Design
*A Printer
*Template/Photo of Your Keyboard


Things That Make Me Happy: Coffee Mugs!

All of the credit for my mug collection should really go to my husband.  It is quite ironic considering that he isn't the biggest fan of my collecting. :) It all started when he took a trip to Seattle a few years ago and brought me back a mug. Now, every trip we take, every store I walk into, or every online store that I shop, I have my eyes peeled for a new mug! I LOVE them! I am a coffee addict and I wake up looking forward to my morning cup of Joe.  So why not make sure that mug is cute!?  There is no such thing as too many mugs.


Craft Corner: Easy as H-T-V

Heat transfer vinyl is one of my favorite medias to use.  You can put it on so many things! If you're like me, you look at every object as an opportunity to add vinyl.  I picked up a $3 heart tote in the Target dollar spot and couldn't wait to get it home to add words.

For this project, you will need:

*a canvas tote
*heat transfer vinyl (I used black glitter)
* an iron or heat press
* design of your choice
*parchment paper


Craft Corner: Personalized Notecards

I am obsessed with anything personalized and especially anything with a monogram on it.  From a young age, I was taught the importance of handwritten thank you notes.  It is safe to say that there is always a box full of personalized notecards tucked away somewhere for that exact purpose.  Every year, I order a new box of notecards, but now I can make my own!  And the possibilities here are not only endless....but WAY cheaper than buying them.

For the notecards you will need:
*white cardstock (or any color you choose)