Fairy Tale Illustrated Art Print Series from Familytree

Familytree Fairy Tales Art Print Series

Familytree has hit one out of the park with their newest release, the Fairy Tales Art Print Series. Each of the four screen prints in the series features a different fairy tale, imagined by a different illustrator in a retro, mid-century illustration style. Love it!

Prints from the series include Paul Bunyan by Lydia Nichols, Hansel and Gretel by Shelby Rodeffer, Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Julian Baker, and Sleeping Beauty by Alex Pearson. If you’re like me and are having a hard time picking a favorite because they’re all so darn cool, then you can pick up the whole series at a 20% discount – woo hoo!

Paul Bunyan Illustrated Screen Print by Lydia Nichols

Hansel and Gretel Illustrated Screen Print by Shelby Rodeffer

Goldilocks and the Three Bears Illustrated Art Print by Julian Baker

Sleeping Beauty Illustrated Art Print by Alex Pearson

images from Familytree

Hello! Lucky for Target

Hello! Lucky + Recycled Paper Greetings for Target

Hello! Lucky and Target are having a summer fling, and the card above pretty much sums up how I feel about it. Say what?! Hello! Lucky? Target? Together? Yep!

Hello! Lucky has teamed up with Recycled Paper Greetings to create a fun and affordable line of awesome greeting cards that are available at a Target near you starting TODAY. I know that you’re probably grabbing your wallet and keys and heading for the nearest Target right now, but before you head off to scoop up as many of these cards as you can get your hands on, scroll down a little for a peek at more of the fantastic cards from this exclusive collection, which is chock full of glitter, foil, color, and Hello! Lucky’s irresistibly fun illustrations.

Hello! Lucky sent me a selection of cards from this craveable collection for review, but I’m sure that I’ll be heading to Target for more because, well, how can I resist?

Hello! Lucky for Target

Hello! Lucky for Target Gold Foil Stamped Cards

Hello! Lucky for Target Hand Lettered Cards

Hello! Lucky for Target Foil Stamped Cards

photos by Kristen Magee

Coloring with Ink : Make a Handmade Rainbow Card

Coloring with Ink : Make a Handmade Rainbow Card

I’m all about coloring with ink these days and, in my latest project for Craftsy, I’ll show you how to create this bright and cheery rainbow thank you card using only ink for color.

Tsukineko Radiant Neon inks create an irresistible rainbow of color in this card design, while Delicata Golden Glitz adds a radiant glow to the sentiment. I used the Cascade Rainbow Card Kit from k.becca (shape #76089 in the Silhouette Shop) for this project and altered it to add the “thanks” to the cloud in Silhouette Design Studio.

Head on over to Craftsy to see the step-by-step tutorial!

Quick Picks : 6.18.15

Super Cute Stitch-Along Cactus Cards (Free Printable) from Handmade Charlotte

Super Cute Stitchable Cactus Cards (Free Printable) from Handmade Charlotte

This Week’s Picks

♥ A yo yo line inspired by macarons? Such a clever concept … and beautiful, minimalist packaging, too.

♥ Looking for a last minute Father’s Day card? Check out these free “Dad Appreciation” printables from Tinyme.

♥ And have a gander at this clever idea for a supersize Father’s Day card, too. You could apply this concept to lots of different types of holiday cards – so many possibilities!

♥ If your dad likes to kick back with a nice, cold beer, then you’ll want to check out this fun DIY Dad’s Survival 6-Pack idea (free printables included) from CreativeLive!

♥ Save up to 15% on all wedding stationery with code SUMMERWED during Minted’s summer wedding event, now through June 15th!

♥ If you dig the bright and splashy geometric trend, then you’ve gotta check out this super stylin’ lookbook.

image from Handmade Charlotte