Hello Friends and Welcome back to another Girlfriends around the World video. If you are new to my channel WELCOME! This video series is traveling the world (virtually) and learning about different women around the world who love journaling, art, and other creativeness! Today we are heading over to England, but we will be traveling by boat and stopping by Jane Austen’s house museum. Thanks for watching!
Hello and welcome back to another video in the Girlfriends around the World Series!! We are visiting Yellowknife, Canada, the Capitol of the Northwestern Territories. Wow oh Wow!! So happy to have researched Yellowknife and THANK YOU Cathy Reid for introducing me to such a beautiful place! I hope you all have fun learning and meeting a new friend.
Welcome back to another “Girlfriends around the World Journal Series” Today we are visiting the beautiful Quebec City, Canada. I have interviewed, Julie known as ‘ThePaperPilgram” on IG. Please go and check out her beautiful journal pages. I was drawn to her journal style because of her art or writing. Here are the printables for our “virtual trip”
Hello! Welcome Back to the next video in the Autumn Bliss Series. Today we are building a scarecrow. A template is available below to print. I made several scarecrows last year and clothespin them into a banner, it turned out so cute. I hope you have fun creating a scarecrow too!
Welcome to the first ever Rebecca Hoot Pajama Party!! I am so excited you will be joining. Please see below for the itinerary for the evening!! I will have an interactive Bingo Game I will be posting soon! Most importantly lets have fun and create!!
A few weeks ago I took a photo of these adorable handmade vintage Barbie Doll dresses I picked up at Trade Days in Warrenton, Texas a while back. They are so sweet with their hand stitched hems. I thought they would make an adorable banner, gift tags or journal ephemera. I definitely wanted to share with you, so I painted a wash tub and rubber ducks and made a WASH DAY printable. Ta Da! Now go hang your troubles out to dry!
Please tag me in your projects, i would love to see how you are using these adorable dresses!
Hello and Happy almost Easter! One of my most cherished possessions is a box full of my great grandmother’s postcards when she use to write her friends and sister. They are all dated from the early 1900’s. I can’t tell you how many times I have flipped through them. I love the graphics and stories they tell. I wanted to share a few of my Easter favorites with you to be able to print out and use as stationery or in your journals/ planners!
Seriously love vintage handkerchiefs! When I saw these a couple of weekends ago in Warrenton at the Trade Days for one dollar, I have to pick them up! How sweet are the embroidered flowers? Perfect for scanning in and using as ephemera in your journal or planner! I wanted to share and I hope you enjoy them too!
Don’t you just love vintage paper stationery? I love these ladies dressed in their long dresses, puffed sleeves and parasols. I have had these beauties for a while and recently found them again while I was unpacking, they were originally a set of boxed vintage cards. I think they will work perfectly for junk journals, and paper crafts. I wanted to share them as a free printable so you can enjoy them too!
February is right around the corner with all it’s pinks, reds, hearts and of course chocolate. Growing up I LOVED February for just this reason… Valentines Day. I can still see a visual of me sitting on the bus with my box of valentines ready to be handed out to my classmates. I also remember making valentine boxes out of shoeboxes and paper plates and hang for all your friends to fill with cards. Then I became a teenager and a young adult and experienced having a NON-romantic boyfriend during Valentines and I remember breaking up with this boyfriend because he did absolutely NOTHING for this special date meant for LOVE. I also remember working in an office environment feeling less love because everyone else in the office received a large bouquet of flowers and my desk sat blah with NO flowers, chocolate or love notes. Now that I’m older and wiser (wink, wink) I do not put so much emphases on receiving Valentines to make me feel important or loved. Now, I enjoy the hearts and all the pinks and reds for the fun and LOVE of it all. So in the midst of the season to spread love I wanted to share one of my girls “Love Letters” with you. Print on sticker sheet or cardstock and cut! ENJOY!! Happy February! Happy Hearts and Happy Valentines Day! ~ Rebecca Hoot