Welcome to the Two Peas Gardeners' Digest - a monthly blog hop with the Garden Girls!
You can begin your hop at the Two Peas blog & then follow along to see all of the posts today.
I'm really excited about the next installment of the Trendy Trios series! I'll be focussing on a glamourous trend that I think you're going to love! Make sure to join me at Two Peas on April 1st! (No joke!)
Are you ready for a little crafty enabling? ;)
Here are some of my top picks from the Two Peas shop:
#1. The Made Collection by Ormolu
I just ordered this stamp set. I think it rocks & I can't wait to ink it up. I think it's going to work really well in my Project Life album too because half of my life is spent crafting! (... or at least it feels like it sometimes.)
#2. The Composition & Color Collection by Alison Kreft/Webster's Pages
Oh me, oh my! Seriously. This collection just makes my hands sweat & my heart flutter. It just feels like "me" & that makes me want to snatch it all up & wallpaper my house in it. If you were a Hambly fan back in the day, you'll be as excited as I am to see Alison's work again. (P.S. There are also transparencies!!!)
#3. Basics Candy Buttons by Basic Grey
I have a strong addiction to enamel dots & these need to come live in my house! This shade of blue is my favorite right now & yellow is my all-time favorite color... so it's a match made in heaven in my book! I love that they come in so many different sizes too.
#4. The Road Trip Collection by Chic Tags
I just ordered some of these adorable new embellishments & I can't wait to have them in my hot little hands. I love how the note tags lift for added memos & the file die cuts are going to be perfect for my cards, layouts & Project Life! The colors are beautiful & I love their trendy design.
#5. Daphne's Closet by Lawn Fawn
When you pair ubber cuteness with a retro flair, you get one of my favorite product picks! I love the awesome patterns & colors in this collection. Daphne, I'd raid your closet any day!
I am head-over-heels in love with this project by Catherine Davis called Preschool Projects.
She took photographs of her children's art projects, shrunk them down using Photoshop & added them to Project Life cards. I have a huge tote full of my boys' projects & I think this method of memory keeping is just brilliant! I love the clothespins holding up each piece of art too. :)
Thanks for dropping by! The next stop on the hop is the lovely & talented Shimelle Laine! Hop on over to see what she's up to today! :)