Rainbow collection

I have always loved rainbows…. a symbol of God’s promise to us!!!

I decided that for such a time as this what a better way to send a handmade greeting than with a rainbow and a simple yet powerful statement!

These cards are reasonably priced at $2.00 each

Size is 6.5×5 and features a blank inside so you can write exactly what is on your mind and heart!

More designs coming soon

All of these are listed and ready to ship

Taking custom order requests for these



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Look who showed up

A special friend from the North Pole

Ruby the elf is here!!!!

I cannot wait to see what kind of shenanigans she gets into this month

Here she is with an almost empty roll of TP(thank goodness she didn’t get a brand new roll🤣)

And she got into the Creative Corner and grabbed one of our newest listings toilet paper ornaments!!!! A great momento for 2020 the year of no toilet paper!

Ruby says at $2.50 (no glitter) $2.75 (with glitter) is a great deal and everyone needs one for their tree!!!

Follow along to see what Ruby gets into this year

Do you have an elf at your house?

Day 1: welcome Ruby with Toilet Paper

Product spotlight: Toilet paper momento ornaments listed in the shop ready to ship

gift tags

Handmade Keepsake tags

Part of the best part of giving gifts is wrapping them up to gift them… I love picking out the perfect tag!!!

I created some Keepsake tags

Why are they Keepsake? Well these tags are unique because they are double layered

The top layer is the decorative layer the cute layer the Keepsake part

The bottom layer is a plain white tag featuring a handstamped To and From area

The tags are held together by bakers twine.

After the holidays the recipient of your gift tag can use the Keepsake part as an ornament, can make a frame, can add to their memory books(scrapbook), create a greeting card, or can reuse the tag next year

These adorable Keepsake tags have been listed in the Creative Corner store

They are listed for $6.00 and you get to choose 2 tags of your choice… if you don’t make a choice you will receive 2 tags I choose at random.

More tags coming soon




The process of building paper die-cuts

The trend is hot in planning community, scrapbook community as well as crafting community Die cuts are the thing!!!

Whether you add them to.a scrapbook page, decorate your planner, use them in your decorations you can pretty much find a diecut to match your theme on ETSY or other e-commerce sites.

I am not a huge fan of die cuts that are printed cut out and maybe matted on colorful cardstock, I am more of a traditionalist and love layering cardstock and creating the diecut from scratch

How to do this

You will need an

  • Electronic die cutter
  • A few extra sharp blades
  • Sharp scissors
  • Good mats
  • Colorful cardstock… my favorites are Bazill, American Crafts, and CTMH
  • Good glue: bearly arts is the BEST I have ever found i will be doing a product review on the Redefi e your closet page soon
  • Tweezers
  • Q-tips, napkin
  • Chalk and accessories to add details
  • Good fine tip black pen and perhaps glitter gel pen to add details

I set my machine up and gather my supplies and cut my entire project… then organize it and then begin assembling like an assembly line! It pays to be organized so you don’t misplace small pieces.

This is so relaxing especially after a stressful day at work, to sit down and build these diecuts is calming!




Cute Christmas Critters

There is nothing quite like putting together paper diecuts… no printer required just different colors of cardstock.

I could sit for hours putting these together watching them go from separate pieces to a character with personality(facial expressions)

Something very exciting is coming very soon

I can hardly wait!!!!!!

I want to tell you all about it but in due time

Right now just be on the lookout for exciting announcements!





Since I was a little girl I have had a love for stickers and now even more as I make my own stickers for my ETSY shop!!!

My shop is going to be a ready to ship shop in 2019 but now you may have to wait but not long to get your stickers…

I use only the highest quality matte permanent sticker paper.

More designs are being released this week with Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday

Here is just a brief sample of what is available in the shop

Are you a planner girl? Be sure to hop on over to creative corner and shop the stickers… Freebies for every order this weekend💗

Have a creative day



Homemade for Christmas

It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the studio🎄🦌🎄

We have been busy getting ready for the Holiday Season and beyond.

Check out these oh so adorable wreaths that can be hung on a wall, door or displayed on a shelf

These wreaths come in the following size

8 inch-$10.00

10 inch-$12.00

12 inch-$15.00

Comes with a simple ribbon bow for hanging. For extra adornments is 1.00 extra for each add on

More designs coming soon, keep checking the shop and website for more details!

Have a Creative Day


Ps… if you are thinking you want a wreath I will be taking special orders until 11-30-18 comment below or e-mail me creativecornerstore@gmail.com



Planner Girl

***no pictures in this post just information pictures coming soon***

Are you a planner Girl?

I am…. I never really thought about it much until I was introduced to the ECLP and the awesome community of planner girls!  If you like to plan out every activity of every day you may be a planner girl, if you like to add stickers and washi to everything you may be a planner girl!

I am offering a line of planner stickers in my ETSY shop called Pink Daisy stickers They are made in my home studio using only the highest quality sticker paper, ink, and designs from fellow ETSIANS. go ahead check them out!  I will be adding more as time goes on!

I had a Erin Condren Life planner for 2015-2016 loved it but it still wasn’t exactly what I was looking for… this year I purchased a recollections horizontal (Erin Condren horizontal would work too) I took the binding off and placed into a carpe diem binder I am in LOVE!!!

For my school planner I use the Bando planner I use for my school and my work which is a teacher so all academics go into that planner!!!

The following excerpt is from my old blog over at Blogger you can check it out too, if you wish 🙂

I have always loved planning, my friends call me the event planner:)
I plan everything from meals to parties and everything in between.  I had looked into getting an Erin Condren Life Planner for the past 5 years, but could never justify the price, didn’t know if I would really use it(I was crazy) so I settled for the planners you find at Walmart, target, and Office Depot!  I was never truly satisfied with any of the planners but I made do.  Last year I ordered a planner kit from etsy, so cute but I never used it, too small.  June comes and I looked up Erin Condren again and I took the plunge and ordered my life planner, I anxiously awaited my planner to arrive.  While I waited for my planner to arrive I joined a couple of Facebook groups and started following planners on Instagram, I had so much fun looking at all the gorgeous planners out there I began making lists and shopping(keep in mind my planner had not even arrived) I went crazy and bought a ton of stickers, stamps, accessories, washi tape!

Most planners will tell you the same thing, that it is easy to go overboard on accessories for your planner and you really don’t need all of it.

My advice for new planners is
1. Figure out what purpose your planner will serve(student, work, small business, home, personal, financial, fitness/health, memory journal, or maybe a combination)
2. Do you want to decorate your planner? If so do you want to only decorate with icons(functional) or do you want to fill every square with stickers and stamps
3. The first couple of weeks you have your planner I wouldn’t decorate at all, use this time to figure out how you will use your planner(it has taken me 2 months to figure out how I want my planner to look)
4. Try to not go crazy on ETSY and craft stores before your planner arrives– easier said than done, but I did go overboard and now that my planner is here and I am using it half of the stuff I bought I am not using
Essentials you will need
A. Washi tape of varying widths and patterns
B. Good quality pens(you don’t need every pen, but you want something that you enjoy writing with and one that won’t bleed through–trial and error, some pens that haven’t bled through for others did on my planner and vice versa)
C. A few stickers or stamps (I personally like functional stamps from tiny stamps big plans, atelier. Dreams, decorative stamps from lawn fawn, Avery Elle, your next stamp, close to my heart, prima, sweet stamp shop, studio L2E, sticker packs from Darice(you can find at craft stores and some grocery stores)) ETSY has a wide variety of stickers but until you get the hang of it you may want to hold off on ETSY, for your wallets sake 😃
D. A good pair of scissors
E. Glue stick/tape runner
F. Post it notes to do all of your pre-planning
As you begin planning you will find certain things work for you and certain things don’t, it’s okay’

I would suggest to follow planners in instagram you can find them with the hashtag planner community a lot of inspiration comes from the planning community😀

Happy Planning