“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi No matter when it’s known, or what the outcome is, let’s be ready for whatever comes next #election2020
-Acts of #kindness
Super excited about my journey and where it has taken me. It has been 2 years since I have decided to work for myself…
I’m proud to say that Jazzy’s Creation & Design keeps growing. We have been featured on TV, party blogs, and websites. We have also partnered with many great companies like Xyron, DCWV, Swingline, and Joann’s Fabric & Craft Store. <– that’s a BIG deal
It didn’t come easy, lots of late nights, and overnight crafts. Times are changing and we need to keep up with the changes.
What are we doing NOW?
I’m still making party supplies (handmade, available on Etsy) and teaching workshops, working with craft companies and testing their products, and hopefully down the line my own products
For more fun DIY projects visit www.jazzyscreation.com/blog
I entered a Summer Fun Instagram Hop and won $25 gift certificate to Eyeletoutlet.com. (That’s right, I won, I never win). So I’m going to share my prize with you all by giving you the SVG file/PNG image of my creation. For more information on downloading the file and images–> go to: Jazzyscreation.com
We have a new arrival!! That’s right, we are blessed with a beautiful little girl. Where do I start… Baby Maddie was scheduled on the 24th of January (39 weeks pregnant) at 10am. Had to be the 24th because we saw Adam Sandler live the 23rd. My little one wouldn’t flip over (even after I tried everything from swimming, acupuncture, massage, etc.) she was frank breeched and so the c-section was scheduled. Not much to tell about the c-section besides that she was cut-out to my favorite song (Blink 182, All the Small Things) and had her first bowel movement inside 😮 The last two months have been a whirlwind; My husband and I are so lucky. I love our family so much.
Stay tuned for more baby projects and for more pictures follow Maddie’s Instagram @JCD_baby
Adding the final touches before Santa Claus arrives (8 hours until Santa departs). Click on the Black & White image (on Jazzyscreation.com/blog) to download by right clicking on your mouse/pad and ‘saving’ the image to your computer. You can print-out the coloring page, ‘Letter from Santa’,and leave the letter after Santa has had the cookies and milk. And/or use the boot as a cutout template to leave Santa’s footprints.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Thank you for sticking by me bloggers, crafters, followers, and friends in this (Jazzy’s Creation & Design) journey. Looking forward to the New Year.
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My dearest friend for over 10 years, who has been an inspirational role model, an amazing mother figure, and thee best of friends you can have, hosted one of my 3 baby showers
Q: Why 3 Baby Showers?
A: My husband’s mother hosted a nautical theme at her house which was further out for my Portland friends, then I got an Office Baby Shower which had a bee theme, and then this one..
Baby, It’s Cold Outside fits my “polar theme nursery room” so I was able to reuse lots of the handmade decorations Debbie made. Oh and what a beautiful baby shower! The food and decorations were priceless. We had it all, from a hot chocolate bar station to an Igloo background for pictures. Take a look below of a some of the pictures (for more pictures visit flickr.com).
Debbie handmade it all: To explain all her DIY project would take too many pages to write down, but take a look at the pictures on flickr and stay tune as we will post some DIY videos and articles of these projects soon.
Project Consist of:
Penguin & Bear Invitation
Igloo Photo Backdrop
Christmas Felt Ornament Favors
Felt Stuffed animal center pieces for the baby
Penguin Paper Cupcake Toppers
Hot Chocolate Bar Jars
Baby Burp Cloths/Diapers
Sign In Baby Book
Baby Fabric Banners and more.
We also had Kashrootz cater the baby shower. The food looked amazing and of course very delicious.
Letters And Dust chalk art helped put the room together: She made a welcome chalk board, 7 chalk board centerpieces, a food menu board, photo booth, and even free-style the background dessert lettering. Visit Letters & Dust website to attend classes on how to make these amazing chalk boards.
All of these 3 artist deserve their own blog post. I got over 200 great pictures of the event that it’s worth taking a look—> here. For more information leave me a comment or just wait for the individual blog post and for pictures visit flickr.com).
Thank you family & friends who attended the baby shower and helped with the setting up/cleaning up. I know that our little one is very loved and we appreciate everything you have done to make us feel very special.
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DIAPER CAKE: One of my favorite baby shower gift/decoration is the diaper creations. I made three pieces: Diaper Cake, Diaper Tug Boat and Diaper Wheel with just ribbon, cardboard and diapers– these lovely gifts are fun to make.
ONESIES BANNER: I also created a banner of onesies by designing 5 simple nautical clipart, then ironing them on, and slowly peeling them off.
-You can find vinyl sticker at Amazon.com
-Use your cutter (on low settings) to cut out the vinyl layout/design
-As instructed on the vinyl sticker iron, cool, and peel
FLOWER DECOR: For the flower signs I got this set of 6 sea creatures made out of wood from Oriental Trading and hot glue long sticks on the bottom to create the signs. I was able to paint them to the color of the theme and write baby words on them with chalk pencil.
GIFT BAG FAVORS: As thank you gifts for all of the Aunties (lovely ladies who assisted with the baby shower planning) I got Anchor Bag Favors from Oriental Trading. To personalize them and make them a little more special I screen-printed “Auntie, you are the best” in red paint to pop. I added some tissue paper, sanitizer, soap, chocolate, Starbucks drink and more to go with my tag that read, “Bring me smile when I am sad,
Bring me sunshine when I am old, Give me kisses to warm my heart, Keep me safe from monsters underneath my bed, I am very thankful to have you in my life.”
For GUEST BOOK, Great Grandpa Ron was able to cutout a Wooden Anchor which will look amazing in nursery room.
Grandma Janny made a BOAT CAKE that fit perfectly with the theme. She added some post (sticks) with white paper signs as flags. She also made:
Baby Shower Games
Here are the games we played. The PDFs will be available in the next e-newsletter (so don’t forget to sign up).
-Name the Baby Animal
-Guess How Many Fishes? (in the jar)
-Guess the Size of Mommy’s Tummy?
-Guess who said what, Mommy or Daddy?
-What’s in your Purse?
Doesn’t hurt to have amazing gifts. Aunt Sherry who is the owner of The Blue Puffin, hand makes these glass beads jewelry and for the Baby Shower she made eight colorful bracelets with nautical charms. And what a special prize! Some of the shells & glass came from Portugal, others were from antique blue canning jars plus her design touches on the beads made them unique. They were absolutely beautiful and definitely one of a kind jewelry.
I know it’s not traditional to have the father attend, but I wanted my husband to feel included so I did create a gift for first time daddies. With so many great ideas on Pinterest I was able to personalized the baby tool belt for my husband (it’s like a diaper bag but for men). My husband is a handyman and very manly (which I admire) so I added blue buttons, harness clips, with “race track” pattern and jean fabric.
Other Beach Decorations
-Hand Painted Rocks
-Painted Wall for backdrop
-Hanging Seashell and more
For more pictures FLICKR
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Today, we celebrated Jax’s 3rd birthday pawty. I can’t believe its been 3 years already. I got up early this morning to bake Jax a Peanut Butter Birthday Cake with bacon sprinkles and cheese frosting. And with the same cake batter I had enough for peanut butter cookies.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
-1 cup of white wheat flour
-1 tsp of baking soda
-1/4 cup of peanut butter
-1/4 cup of vegetable oil
Take out in 25-30 minutes
Once, I finished frosting the cake I made a cake topper, some birthday party hats, and paper fans to decorate the table.
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Coloring Program: For J+D’s Wedding we decided that the wedding program would serve as the coloring book for kids. So making the clipart as line art and using black and white–> the kiddos can color the program. Plus it’s very informative for the adults.
Sparkler & Little flags: Do-it-yourself and print on cardstock paper to create simple decorative paper goods. Cut to the shape you like and with a hole-punch make inserts for the sparklers or sticks (for flags).
Chalk Signs: Make your own chalk signs to save on signage plus it help direct your guest to activities.
Spray-Painted Signs: with cutout stencils and spray paint–> you can make these lovely table numbers. Place the cutout number on top of the small canvas (available at Michael’s Craft Store) and spray paint right to left (be more heavy on the left side by leaving the spray-paint longer in that area).