Happy Super Bowl Sunday! I thought this seemed like the perfect day to ‘kick off’ my new Creative HomeAcre Hop. ;-) Hopefully I’ll score a touchdown with all of you creative folks out there! Okay, okay, enough with the football puns. Here’s all the info you need to join the hop!
- Share your family friendly posts featuring photography, creative writing, home cooking, eco-friendly crafts, home decor, vintage finds, objects d’ art, fiber arts and sewing, farm girl fashion, thrifty tips, food preservation and gardening helpers, hand made ‘wholesomeness’, and good ol’ fashioned homemaking news. If you have a creative side, I’d love to see what you’ve been working on! Etsy sellers are welcome to share here too.
- Please link back to the hop in your post. If you don’t take a couple of seconds to do this, you won’t be featured. I’ve created a couple of cute buttons for you to grab, or you can use a text link in your post. Thanks for sharing the hop with others!
- Pretty please, with cherries on top, go visit as many of the other bloggers posting as you can! The whole point of a hop is to build a community of like minded bloggers who share and support each other. We all love to hear from our visitors, so please leave thoughtful and kind comments when you visit!
- You are welcome to link your archived posts here, as long as all of the content you share is your own.
- Happy hopping!
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So, wanna see my crafty side? This may not seem like a big deal, but I never really tried my hand at card making. Shocking, isn’t it? Well, I have a lot of photos I’ve taken that I love to pieces. I’ve used some of them in my blog, but then what else can you do with them? Make cards, that’s what! I’ve given some of these to friends and family and I keep a few on hand for sending special notes. Here’s a sampling of the cards waiting patiently in my desk…
Can you tell I like flowers?! I took the easy route and bought packages of blank cards with envelopes. I had to crop the photos to fit nicely. Then I put a small piece of double stick tape in the corners on the back of each photo to affix them to the card. Walla!
Have you ever made photo cards like this? I’d love to hear about your experience.
Let’s see what kind of creative ideas you have to share!