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Happy April! Amanda here today with a quick and easy gift for the green thumbs in your life. Hopefully most of you have dug your way out of the snow by now and are ready to get your garden going. Share the garden love with your friends and family by giving a garden-themed gift container. Garden gift containers are inexpensive and come together in a snap. Start with a cute container, your favorite Pebbles patterned paper, and some seeds. For added gift giving flair, add a hand tool (or two) and a pair of garden gloves. This little watering can is super adorable, but an upcycled tin can would … [Continue reading...]
Hello, Renee here today to share a couple of garden scrapbooking layouts with one of them having a short step-by-step tutorial. The layouts are not about gardening itself, but they are garden inspired. I used a combination of items from the Jen Hadfield's Cottage Living and Home+Made, Happy Day, and Home Grown collections. I was inspired by this image of a garden quote I found on Pinterest Leave Room in Your Garden Layout I love how this layout turned out! I used this adorable photo I took of Payton in her Tinkerbell costume from when she was three years old. I took the quote from the … [Continue reading...]
Hello! I'm Amy from The Happy Scraps, and I'm so excited to be guest designing here at the Pebbles blog! Today I'm sharing a fun “HAPPY” home décor piece with you. I have fallen in love with the new Home+Made line from Jen Hadfield, and that is what I used for this project. I started out by trimming down the Alphabet Banner pieces. I trimmed them to be about 2” x 3 7/8”, trimming some off of all sides. I picked out some patterned papers from the 6” x 6” Cottage Living paper pad and trimmed them to be 3” x 4 1/2”. Using the Oversized Gold Paperclips I attached the … [Continue reading...]
Hi Pebbles friends! It's Wendy Sue here today - and it's my turn to share a little project I created with a "garden" theme. You see, I love (love, love, love) a beautiful bouquet of flowers. The smell of freshly cut flowers makes my heart smile. I love walking in to a room with a beautiful vase full of brightly colored blossoms. The only sad thing about it is when the flowers begin to droop and eventually die. Now, I'm not going to stop adding fresh flowers to my home every now and again...but I sure do love how I can create projects with beautiful paper products and enjoy the flowers … [Continue reading...]