Breast Cancer Awareness

I was asked to create a Breast Cancer Awareness Dream Catcher for a Co-Worker.  I was very excited to do this project.  I had all these ideas.  So I got out all my supplies and began creating.

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Did you know?  Breast Cancer is one of the most common cancers in females.

  • Each year in the United States alone, more than 200,000 women get breast cancer and more than 40,000 women die from the disease.

It’s very important to make people aware and to get routine checkups!!!!

I hope  y’all love my creation.

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Tam @ Crafty Boutique By Tam



It’s a Beautiful Day and a Promise kept!



It’s a beautiful day here.  Spring seems to have rolled right on in and I am loving this weather.  Now I just need a vacation so I can really enjoy it!!.   ::Sighs  I will just have to wait until the end of the month for that though.

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I promised I would share the custom dream catcher.  It is finished and it is being shipped tomorrow.  I am in LOVE with it.  It turned out way better than I even imagined.  I sure hope they love it!.


I also made the one below.  A birthday gift.  Equally pretty but smaller.  I just love them both.


BTW I am getting super excited for the Stamp and Scrapbooking Expo.  My first one ever.  I Plan to have a ton of fun with my friend exploring that to the fullest.  Hopefully I will have lots of cool fun things to talk about.


Until next time I hope everyone has a fabulous day! =)


Boho Dream Catchers- New Obsession

dream-catcher-collage3I was sitting around wondering what I would get My beautiful niece for her birthday this year.  I remembered that my mom told me that she loved  Dream catchers.  I decide that I would be making her a Dream catcher.  My creative juices are flowing for that already.  I have ordered all the material I think  I will need.  I will most definitely be sharing that once its made =)  In the Meantime I have come up with some art that was super fun to make.  I just love the boho style.   These pretty art creations are my take on Boho style.  I hope y’all enjoy them.   I plan on making more colors and designs.  It really amazing what you can create with lovely quality card stock, ribbons, and the right frame.  Comments are always welcome! =)  Have a great night everyone.



Dream catchers were woven by Grandfathers and Grandmothers of the Ojibwa people.   They hung them above cradles.  This was to give  peaceful, Beautiful dreams.  It is a sweet thing to do.  I love the idea of Dream catchers.