Blog by Fairy Cardmaker

Gift giving on a budget can be a tricky thing to master.

When economic times are tough, big ticket items are the first things cut out: cars, houses, vacations and recreation, etc. However, small ticket items can flourish: rental movies, low-cost toys, fashion accessories, home accents, etc. The reason people buy more of the little things is that people want to feel like they can still spoil themselves, even... Read more
Simple. Clean. Clear.

That's my motto! I am paper hoarder. I have paper from at least 6 years ago still in my stash. I finally found a good way to use up my pieces and strips of left over paper. All you have to do is sort your paper into co-ordinating colours and - voila! - you can make a stunning card background.

I have a square punch but you could use a paper trimmer for this technique. I like the look... Read more
Hi everyone! For years now, I've been stalking blog challenges and sketches telling myself I would participate one day. It's a great way to use up your craft stash and encourage you to try something. Afterall, necessity is the greatest innovator! I participated in a sketch challenge over at Sketchy Thursdays! Here is the card sketch:

All I did was turn the card sketch on its side. I'm just... Read more
As the holidays are fast approaching, I urge you to spend wisely! Did you know that you can shop for yourself and help someone else at the same time? Several shops offer items where all or part of the proceeds go to charitable causes.

This lip balm and cozy is a collaboration of 3 artists, listed by Loopy4ewe ! 100% of the proceeds go to the 2010 Weekend to End Breast Cancer!

This Butterfly Felted Ball by Zs... Read more
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Scrapninny (aka Fairy Cardmaker )
Mississauga, ON, Canada

I LOVE PAPER! I am a Chartered Accountant by profession, but a paper crafter by passion! I occasionally teach card-making workshops and other paper art classes for a local animal rescue. My style is simple, clean, and clear. I hope you enjoy my paper creations.

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