I had a wonderful weekend. Did you? Yesterday was perfection in that I spent time with my family and crafted a bit of sweet springtime to decorate our home.
Using a Maya Road chipboard triangular banner I made a pattern on the back of the scrapbook paper. I then cut out the paper shapes and glued them onto the front of the chipboard. (Note that the chipboard has premade holes in the upper corners.)
I glued on a bit of pink Bethany Lowe festooning, as well as a bit of ivory garland I found on Etsy, and secured my letters to the chipboard with pop up dots.
The interior is quite nice too. The owner and chef, Silvana Salcido Esparza, is a true philanthropist and gives back to the community in many ways. All of the artwork is done by local artists and is for sale.
Who knew you could have a religious experience by going to the powder room?
But nothing compares to the food. I dream about the food. I had the Tacos de Pescado (Halibut fish tacos with cabbage, avocado, and Baja sauce.)
Thank you ladies for allowing me to gush a bit. Now, the banner details. This Friday I am hosting a Springtime Craft Linky party. I would love for you to join me. Any springtime craft or project, past or present, will do. Everyone who links up will be eligible to win the Springtime Banner. So grab the button and I hope to see your wonderful creations this Friday!
Now I’m off to create a special anniversary dinner for my groom.
Thank you to the sponsors who made this craft possible.
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