Sunday, November 29, 2009

Stickyfingers

Happy Sunday!
Hope you all are enjoying a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. To help jump start the holiday season, we're offering up some fun DIY projects to get you in the spirit!
Enjoy and most importantly, go and make something!


I just discovered the amazing talent of Kellie Medivitz. She has designed this modern take on wrapping paper and tags and gives you the instructions "It's A Wrap Trees Please". Enjoy her free printable file here.

I just love advent calendars, especially now that I have a young child. Here is a chic and modern design, thanks to Papier Valise. Her blog is pure eye candy, choc-full of DIY projects.


Sarah and Abraham posted this tutorial last year for simple, scrapbook paper ball ornaments. Aren't they lovely? Click here for the instructions.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Rollip.com

Checkout this site rollip.com - How fun is this?
You can upload your own images and apply 12 different Polaroid effects.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

iCANDY - Black Friday Edition


iCANDY is coming to you a few days early due to some much needed time with the family over Thanksgiving. We all know that this Friday marks the official first day of Christmas shopping, so I leave you with these gorgeous finds to help get you into the holiday spirit. I sincerely hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!


1. Holiday Pillow Cover - Sew English, TX $35.00
2. Initial Stocking - Rik Rak, Canada $21.00
3. Itty Bitty Canvas Ornament - Dreaming Giggles, FL $15.00
4. Flurry Gift Tags - Kristin Sanchez, CA $3.00
5. Letterpress Coasters - Lucky Bee Press, WI $10.00
6. U-Fill Advent Calendar - Polka Stripe Studio, CA $34.00

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Stickyfingers - Thanksgiving

Happy Sunday! Since Thanksgiving is just 4 days away, I thought I'd bring you some useful projects and information to help make your turkey day fun! Enjoy.

I can never remember how to set a formal table. DIY Ideas gives you the scoop here. You should print out the place setting road map and keep it with your fine china.

Here's a great family activity from Disney Family Fun. Print out these "What Are You Thankful For" cards and share them around the dinner table. Click here for the free file.


No Thanksgiving table is complete without adorable place cards to make your guests feel special. Thanks to the queen you can click here for the download.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Day Job

Here's where I am this week, Boca is nice eh? Not a bad perk for my day job. Sorry for all the inactivity here on the old blog, promise to get back in the swing of things next week.

Friday, November 13, 2009

iCANDY - 62nd edition

Happy Friday! Here are a few of my new favorites this week I'd like to share with you. Enjoy and have a great weekend.

1. Porcelain Vessels - Clay Swan, CA $39
2. Multi Posey Pillow Cover - Nora Jane, NC $22
3. Floral Brooch - Zip Pinning, MA $22
4. Felted Merino Wool Bag - Crafts 2 Cherish, Ireland $49
5. Branch Tea Towel - Jewel Weeds, NY $14.
6. Cashmere Baby Hat - Fuzzsicle, IN $25

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Stickyfingers - Fun With Paper

Happy Sunday! The holidays are right around the corner and that means lots of parties and gift giving, right? I thought it would be fun to round up some cute tutorials, showing you how to craft some downright adorable paper gift bags and boxes. I aspire to inspire so go and make something!

No stranger to Stickyfingers, Eat, Drink Chic, shows us how to make these versatile Candy Party Favor bags. Click here for the simple instructions and free printable templates.



From my new favorite blog, The Toymaker, is this poppin' with fun popcorn box and invite ticket. Both templates may be downloaded for free by clicking here. Her blog is choc-full of free, printable paper toys!

How about making your own paper gift boxes? Thank you Little Dishy for showing us how, right here.

Friday, November 6, 2009

New For My Jewish Friends

My printers have been humming along and my fingers are sore from cutting and assembling InkSpot Workshop's 2010 Desktop Calendar. Click here to get yours before they sell out.


Thanks to all my Jewish customers,
who requested a different design for December.

How cute is this? You now have a choice.

iCANDY 61st edition

Happy Friday! This week's roundup features some new favorites I found while pouncing. Enjoy and have a great weekend!

1. Vinyl Decals - Tasty Suite, Utah $19.00
2. Zipper Earrings - Amalia Versaci, New Jersey $16.00
3. Shoe Collection Print - Lolas Room, United Kingdom $15.00
4. Mini S&P Earrings - YougNeek, USA $29.00
5. Floral Letterpress Coasters - Lucky Bee Press, California $12.00
6. Felt Mounted Deer Head - Planet Fur, Netherlands $14.00

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Sources of Inspiration

I'm always being asked where I get my inspiration for my designs and like most people's answers, EVERYWHERE! I recently bought this gorgeous set of sheets and duvet cover for my bed, don't you just love all the typography? Then it hit me... why not include something similar for my Holiday 2009 line?

Here is the result.
Reindeer Role Call

No surprise how I came up with this design, first documented here. If you're like me and are constantly at battle with these cute and pesky critters, see below. Documented evidence taken through my window and blinds.

I see they've finally hung a noose for me?
(actually it's leftover from my son's hanging pinecone birdfeeder)

Time to make my move, better hurry...

Uh Oh! I think they saw me...

Coast is Clear! Boy these flowers are even tastier than the last time!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Stickyfingers - Pinecone Edition

Happy Sunday everyone! Hope you had a fun time trick-or-treating and stayed out of trouble. Pinecones and leaves are all over our yards now, so I thought it would be fun to round up some crafty tutorials using these free, little prickly pieces of nature. As always... I aspire to inspire so go and make something!


Thank you V and Co. for this quick and simple, stylish pinecone wreath project.


An issue of Stickyfingers wouldn't be complete without something from the Queen. Click here to learn how to make this lovely Pinecone frame.


Pinecone bird feeders are a great project to do with the kids this Fall. Click here for all the details from DIY Alert.
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