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The Robin’s Nest – Desk Storage

The Robin’s Nest – Desk Storage

Pin It Don’t forget: Did you hear Robin’s Nest is doing a Monthly Challenge and you can win prizes? Check out the Robin’s Nest Blog for more information on how to enter the Page Map Challenge. My husband brought me home an amazing wooden box from work.  I was excited but I had no idea what … Continue reading

Robin’s Nest Page Map Challenge

Pin It Did you hear Robin’s Nest is doing a Monthly Challenge and you can win prizes?   Check out the Robin’s Nest Blog for more information on how to enter the Page Map Challenge. Check out The Robin’s Nest Blog to download the Page Map and details on how to enter the challenge!

Robin’s Nest – Washington’s Cherry Tree

Robin’s Nest – Washington’s Cherry Tree

Pin It For Christmas I received and awesome vinetage craft book called “The Craft Book for Children: Sticks & Stones & Ice Cream Cones” from a friend and one of the projects was Washington’s Cherry Tree. Materials: Tree Template Cereal Box The Robin’s Nest Stencil Green Paper on Linen Card Stock The Robin’s Nest Brown Zebra Stripe Red … Continue reading

Happy Valentine Day

Happy Valentine Day

Pin It Here is the card I made for Jeff – I used papers from The Robin’s Nest.   It is very simple.  Since I would rather learn about Mobsters than anything to do with hearts, it is pretty much all I can do. The front I did right some other things in there but … Continue reading

Robin’s Nest Project #3 Scrapbook Layout 12"x12"

Robin’s Nest Project #3 Scrapbook Layout 12"x12"

Pin ItI usually scrapbook 8 1/2″x11″ but I only started doing this last year when my daughter entered school.  Everything before 2010 is still 12″x12″.  When I received the Robin’s Nest Copper Glitter Paper, I knew at least for the first project I couldn’t bring myself to cut it up because it is so beautiful.  I found … Continue reading

Robin’s Nest Design Team

I am honored and humble to announcement I will be apart of the new Robin’s Nest Design Team starting in January.  The posts will be twice a month (the second and fourth Thursday of every month) for six months.  I am very excited for this opportunity and please check out the Robin’s Nest Blog to … Continue reading