It’s about time I did another creative project post and what better project than some ‘strawberries and cream’ cupcakes to celebrate two of my favourite weeks in the calendar – Wimbledon. I’ve created not just one but two recipes for you (aren’t I nice?) so you can either take your pick and make your favourite or live a little and whip up a batch of both!
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Have you ever looked at a blank wall in your home or office and thought ‘you need some inspiration’? Well – that’s exactly what I did the other day. I was looking at the blank white walls of my studio/office and decided it would be nice to add some creativity and colour in the form of inspirational quotes. I quickly thought it would be a lovely project to cover in a blog post and then (quite excitedly) realised I could even add the finished designs to my shop as digital downloads so you can print them out and add some inspirational quotes to your own wall too!
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Hello, it’s time for another Creative Project post. This time I’ve not written a step by step guide but instead wanted to share a bit about the process behind creating May’s Light Letter greeting card in the hope it inspires you to do something creative too – something you really enjoy.
I created a vision board at the end of last year (2018) for what I wanted to achieve in the next twelve to eighteen months. I used an image to represent each goal/dream and then printed out the board to stick on my wall – so I would see it every day. High on the priorities list was starting a new business all about creativity, inspiration, and light.
I love that board. I look at it regularly to remind myself where I am heading, and as I start to fulfil some of the goals it’s really exciting to see what else I can look forward to making a reality.
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These Easter Marshmallow Crispies were so incredibly easy to make. They were also incredibly sticky to make, but easy non the less! There are just six items for the shopping list (five if you just want one variety), and you can mix up a batch within minutes.
I want this blog space to be somewhere inspiring, full of interesting articles and fun posts. For that reason I plan on regularly sharing creative projects with you. Some will be step by steps that you can follow, while others might be a more general overview of a project I’ve created with the hope it inspires you to do something creative too.
With Easter celebrations just a couple of days away I thought it was a great excuse to start with an edible creative project, and to make it even more fun I chose a recipe my little niece and mum could help with too. Three generations all together.
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