Watch It Wednesday

Perfect-Painted-Stripes-Waffle-Flower-Crafts-Sabrina-AleryWell hello there! Hoping your last week has been great. We were out of town at a funeral so I cannot say it’s been wonderful around here, but… we are back home and in the swing of things. Today on the Waffle Flower Crafts blog, I am sharing a new video for Watch it Wednesday. It’s a mixed media type card with lots of product and pastel colors.

The video is below for your convenience, or you can also check out the link above for more information and photos.

Can’t wait for spring, although the snow that is planning to dump on us later today must not have gotten the message that I pulled out all our spring clothes yesterday. Come on now!

Lovely Crafts Hop

Ann Butler Blog Hop

Welcome to a LOVEly blog hop with Clearsnap and Ann Butler Designs! Last month at the CHA trade show, Clearsnap released a new collection of foam and rubber stamps with Ann Butler Designs, called Background Basics, to compliment her line of ColorBox Crafter’s Inks and her existing faux quilting stamp lines. Today, our teams are sharing Valentine craft ideas you can make tonight for your special someone for Valentine’s Day. Continue reading

How To Make Puffy Stickers


Hi there Waffle Flower Crafts fans! I have a fun and simple tutorial to share with you today! How long has it been since you played with puffy paint? For me, it brings back memories of girl scouts, slumber parties and decorating t-shirts for school spirit days. More recently, the kids received a puff paint activity in a craft kit subscription to make their own window clings. And it made me think, we should totally use this to make our own puffy stickers! Continue reading

Soft Caramel Brownie Cookies


We did a little baking over the weekend – say hello to these yummy caramel brownie cookies! Our girls have been bringing home cookbooks from the school library over the past few months and we have been trying out lots of new dessert recipes. I’m always a little nervous trying recipes without reviews (spoiled by Allrecipes, I suppose) and most of the ones we tried were just mediocre. Wah, wah, wah. Continue reading