New: KG Shake it Off

Several months ago, my 10-year-old daughter, Kate, asked if she could make a specific style of font with me.  She drew everything out for me on paper.  She’s been waiting as patiently as possible for a 10-year-old and I’m happy to say it is finally finished.

KGShakeitOff600

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New: KG No Regrets Sketch and Solid

KGNoRegretsSquare

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New: KG Miss Kindergarten

This font was made in collaboration with Miss Kindergarten. It is the handwriting of a kindergarten teacher. As always, it includes enough glyphs to cover most European languages.

KGMissKindergartenSquare

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KG Arrows

I love all of the cute arrow styles I’ve seen on designs in the world. Here’s my take on the arrow trend. I hope you like them- they are a wide variety of styles. :)

KGArrowsSquare

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KG Summer Sunshine: A Happy Trio of Fonts

A few months ago, my high school friend Meegan posted a picture of some lettering she was working on. I begged her for the chance to make her lettering into a font.

Enjoy!

KGSummerSunshine

 
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New: KG Already Home and Janda Stylish Monogram

The monogram thing is hot hot hot.  I have a hate-hate relationship with monograms that are illegible.  Sometimes I look at something monogrammed and can’t even begin to figure out what in the world those letters are supposed to represent.

I’m in the middle of doing  a series of monograms that help this issue.  Pretty, but legible.  This is the first script one.  I’ve edited each letter in Janda Stylish Script to make it stand alone as a monogrammed initial.

Janda Stylish Monogram

 

 

And in a completely different direction, this doodled typewriter font is extremely fun.

KG Already Home

 

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KG Primary Whimsy

KGPrimaryWhimsy

This quirky font is a playful take on my KG Primary Penmanship.

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New KG When Oceans Rise

This is a neat handwritten font in an upright, feminine style.

Use the bar key | to make the cute slice of cake.

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New: KG Counting Stars Font

kgcountingstarssquare

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Repurposed Birchboxes and Thanksgiving Wreaths

I’m always looking for crafts my kids can do fairly independently.  They are 9 and almost-11 and they are fairly crafty and can hold their own with basic tasks like cutting cardstock to certain dimensions and using adhesives properly.

Friday, I had a Craft Day with my daughters and we spent time working on some holiday crafts.  It was our version of a fall break from homeschooling.

I’m not good at following recipes to the letter- and the same goes for craft projects.   I start with an idea and it evolves into something different.

We started with some Pinspiration:

Pinterest Tree

This pin was an unsourced image- I haven’t found the original location of it.  It was quickly altered into a new idea.

I have loads of Birchbox boxes- both tops and bottoms- that are just sitting here taking up space.  They are fantastic boxes and I knew they had a purpose!

I had the girls cut strips of paper in varying widths (each piece was 1 cm taller than the layer below it).  They modpodged paper onto the boxes (the lids are just a tinch bigger than 5×7 and the bottoms are 5×7) and then modpodged the trees on.  LOVE the results!

Birchbox Trees

After we finished this, the girls wanted to do something with the bottoms of those boxes.

They took a 5×7 sheet of cardstock and modpodged strips of paper to the sheet.  When they were finished, we cut out a pumpkin shape and a pumpkin stem, an apple shape and an apple stem and leaf and modpodged those onto the lid bottoms.

I think they both turned out really cute!  The girls loved that they could do these crafts independently with minimal help.

Birchbox Pumpkins

 

The wreath in the background of that image, we made using strips of fabric tied in bows around a wreath base.

I was really really wanting to do a wreath like this pin I had seen on Pinterest (click the image to visit the tutorial on the original blog):

Pinterest Ribbon Wreath

Unfortunately we did not have any ribbon like that.

So we made do with what we already had on hand and used some old Stampin’ Up! fabric.  We made a snip every inch and a half along the short side of the fat quarter and tore the fabric vertically into long strips.  We tied the fabric onto a wood wreath base (flat wood).

I think it turned out pretty cute!

Thanksgiving Wreath

I still need a wreath holder, as my daughter’s hand is just a temporary fix ;).

I’ve just ordered this!!


Silhouette Cameo!!

And I can’t wait to get going with that.  I intend to share some of my creations and the correlating Silhouette Studio files for all of you here!