Hi there! Happy Friday! The good news is that we have a whole weekend ahead to prepare gifts for our loved ones to cheer up their Valentine's Day. 

I have two easy and fun ideas to create for you, I hope you will be inspired to create something pretty with paper and embellishments.

First, I created DIY photo frames which I turned into little pockets to hold photos. To create the frames, I used my Frame punch board by WeRMemorykeepers, but you can use a trimmer board as well. Next, I made a pretty button that fit my frame and attached a paper clip and a magnet to the back using a hot glue gun. I put a cute photo into the frame, attached the paperclip to the top. Easy peasy. 

Here is the short TUTORIAL VIDEO of the process. 

The second idea I show you is my absolute fave this year. It's a cute heart-shaped strawberry with secret messages between the layers.

I die cut 8 heart shapes from patterned paper, and folded them in half, I punch one hole to the center of the folded papers using my Disc Power Punch and put four of them to a planner disc. Next, I grabbed a 5x4 cm paper piece, folded it in half, and then folded an additional flap, punched in the center to create a holder that fits the planner disc size. I attached a piece of paper stripe to the holder and added the leftover hearts to the disc 

Here is a short VIDEO TUTORIAL of the process. hole

Thanks for stopping by! XO Bea

Hi everyone! Today I'm sharing a super tiny mini album I created using the gorgeous Garden Party collection from Maggie Holmes. The best thing about this type of album is that although its size is very small, a lot of photos can still be inserted. 

The size of the album is 4x6 cm, and I inserted 10 pieces of photos in size 3.5x5.5 cm. 

To create the pages, I used 2 patterned paper pieces in size 16x12 cm. I folded the paper into two horizontally and then into four vertically. Here is the template of the papers:

The next step is to adhere the pages together. I added double-sided tape to the back of the first page's last rectangle and the first rectangle of the second page, and then I put them together. You can add more pages with this shifting technique if you need.

Next, I closed the pages and adhered cardstock paper pieces to the front and the back as a cover. I used an elastic band to keep the album closed. Now it was time to fill the album with photos and flat embellishments.

 I hope you enjoyed this tiny mini-album inspiration! See you soon with another project! Bye!

Sending and receiving happy mail is always a pleasure! Especially if your favorite colors are in the package! These monochrome, personalized little gifts are sure to put a smile on my crafty friends' faces. And putting them together is super easy and fun!

The base of the happy mail is a 12x5.25" patterned paper piece which I folded up by 2" and then folded in half. I put double-sided adhesive to both sides and to the center to create the pocket. The tags are 2x4" and used the tag punch to add them tag shape quick and easy. To create a closure to the pocket, I used thread and a decorative button I created using my button maker tool.

Here is a short tutorial of the process: Intagram REEL

Thanks for stopping by! Bea

Hi Friends! I'm back with a fun fall-themed layout today. Autumn is my favorite season of the year! I adore the cozy evenings, the colorful falling leaves, and the beautiful sunsets.

To create this layout, all you need is a paper trimmer and pretty patterned papers. I used the beautiful Late Afternoon collection by Amy Tangerine, and my Premium Paper Trimmer from We R Memory Keepers

I shared a short tutorial on my IG feed to show you, how I created these colorful fall leaves and tiny half pumpkins. When I was ready with all these beautiful leaves, I arranged them around the page. I used hot glue gun to keep them in place. Next, I placed a big bow to the bottom and adhered my photo to the center of the page. Easy-peasy 🙂

I hope you liked my first fall-themed layout this year, can't wait to share more with you! xo Bea

Hi, everyone! Valentine's Day is just around the corner and I wanted to share with you this lil project I created for my daughter this year. I feel that we can not say often enough our children how much we love them, and what are those things we love about them.

I decided to gather some cute things about my daughter and put them in a heart-shaped album. To do that, I printed out 20 tiny journaling cards with my thoughts and trimmed patterned paper into 5x7 cm to create 20 tiny flaps. I fold back the top 1 cm of the papers and adhered the journaling cards to the back. 

Next, I cut two big (21x19 cm) hearts from patterned paper using my Cameo.. I chose the red heart for the back of the album, attached it to a heavy cardstock piece and cut it around. Next, I adhered a wide ribbon across the heart background using double-sided tape. Then I added all the cute patterned paper pieces with my journaling on the back to the background and added photos and embellishment to the front.

To finish my album I cut in half the second heart, and attach the heart pieces with the ribbon to the back. I also added two cardstock paper stripes beside the ribbon to hold the half hearts in place.  I created the title with mixing and matching alphabet stickers from the Crate Paper sticker book.

This project is perfect to use up your stash and to give some love to your family members. I hope you enjoyed this project! Thanks for stopping by!

Hello Ladies! Who’s excited for Valentine’s Day? I am, and I have a fun decoration project to share with you today! Creating a Valentine's mailbox is one of our favorite Valentine's crafting projects every year. I used to put the pretty bags on the shelves of our kids. The tiny boxes look so pretty and festive, and my kids could collect all their precious little notes & candies into them. 

I started my project by selecting patterned papers and then, I cut out the bags with my silhouette machine.

Find the cut filr in my cut file bundle, here you can sign up for free access.

I used double sided tape to adhere the edges of the bag. Then, I punched holes into the handles and attach them to the top of the bag using brads. It’s super easy and fun!

When finished, I started to decorate the cute bags. I added ephemera pieces and cardstock stickers to the front and created a large paper bow to make them even more pretty.

Of course, I also created tiny surprises for my kids to put into their bags. I made fortune cookies, cards, envelopes for treats, heart banners and décor sticks using a paper straw and shaker stickers for them.



I can't wait to make more of these for our Valentine’s Day celebration! Thank you for stopping by! I hope you are inspired to give it a try.

Hey friends, its Bea here and I have a cute and super-fast Valentine’s Day gift idea to share with you today. I love making mini albums and love surprise my beloved ones with handmade gifts. And what’s better than adding a tiny mini book as a gift?

My idea was to create a tiny accordion album, then add a favorite photo of us, a customized Valentine’s Day greeting and a little surprise like a piece of chocolate, theater tickets, cute keyrings etc. I started my project with trimming down a 3” wide paper stripe from a 12x12 patterned paper, and score lines by 2.75”, 5.5”, 8.25”, 9.25”. Then I folded along the lines to create an accordion mini album. Easy-peasy.

Next, I made paper pockets to create space for tiny gifts and tags. Another way to add the gift to the album is cutting two slits into the paper using crafts knife and adding a ribbon. Then put the chocolate into a tiny package and attach to the album with the ribbon.  

I used two different techniques to add my journaling. First I printed out my message, trimmed into strips and adhered to a tag. Then I placed the tag into a pocket.  In the other case, I handwrote my message and placed the journaling tag behind an ephemera piece. I attached the ephemera piece only on the top, this way it became an interactive page with hidden journaling.

When finished, I adhered the photo to the album and embellished the albums with stickers, sequences, ephemera pieces.

These tiny gifts were so much fun to create! I hope you have enjoyed this idea here on the blog. Thanks so much for stopping by!

I played a little bit with my leftover patterned paper and my Cameo. I created some rosettes and embellished them with die cuts, chipboard letters, and stickers. Really good project to use up my stash. I will use them to create pretty packaging or embellish layouts.

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Here is a sample how to use these little DIY embellishments on your scrapbook layout:

What about a cute 10-minute gift idea? And I show you more ways to use it! Chocolate is one of my favorite gifts for Valentine's Day! Especially if you put it in a lovely, handmade pocket! 🙂

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I used my Tag holder cut file for this little pocket and the lovely Take Me Away collection from Paige Evans! Don't forget to create some unique embellishments to add a personal touch to your gift! 🙂


My husband and I decided to celebrate our birthday by presenting experiences for each other instead of stuff. We believe a good concert, or a minibreak spent together will become a meaningful memory for us.

So I created a mini envelope from a scrapbook page ( I used the Crate Paper Hello Love collection), where I can my tickets and birthday wishes put in. We also make a personal message for him with my kids playing with paper letters and with our camera.

Christmas wishes in a picture frame / Karácsonyi üdvözlet egy képkeretben

Cookie wrapping / Süticsomagolás

 Pillow-sham / Díszpárna

Christmas cards / Karácsonyi képeslapok

Christmas wrath / Koszorú dekoráció


Origami paper ornament / Hajtogatott papírdísz

Golden flower pot / Aranyozott kaspó

Angel wings / Angyalszárny

Ajándékkísérők természetes anyagokból

Letter Photo Holder / Képtrató betűkből

Pillow box / Párnadoboz

Christmas diary / Karácsonyi napló

Canvas / Falikép

Plasticine Ornaments / Gyurmadíszek