Mother’s Day | DIY cards & WHCC accordion albums

My little girlie is becoming quite the queen of helping. Every single time I get busy in the kitchen I hear one of two things: either her working in her own kitchen OR the sound of that wooden chair getting dragged across the tile & little squeals of:


It’s so FUN! I love having her help. & being interested in helping. Whether cooking, crafting, baking or sewing…she’s right there. eager to get her hands dirty. My kind of girl.

[side note: despite how much I thought I’d miss those fuzzibunz…nope! not so much! a potty trained babe is GOOOOOOD!!]

But…to Mother’s Day! Or any holiday. Or any day, really…if you are feeling adventurous! I was inspired by pinterest yet again & made some sweet little hand print cards for the Grandmas. Verdict was: love. Thus, I highly recommend!


(see why I love that font I always use?! …it looks a lot like my own handwriting!)

p.s. I am totally addicted to white pens right now


& last year I started a tradition. Both grandmas & the great grandma loooooove showing off their girl. What better way than to have a pocket album? I made these in photoshop & used WHCC to print. Unfortunately, this is likely only a project for the photoshop literate & those with access to a professional printer. BUT, I know a lot of you are photogs, so I thought you’d enjoy them. :)


The first template is Melissa Davis Designs. Below is the book from last year; template by Pinkletoes PT4P, which I have been a member of from the start!


I just love personalized gifts!! :)

Hi! Hello! I am Shawna, the founder of Styleberry Blog. This creative corner of the internet has become a learning haven for moms and creatives, offering a warm and encouraging nudge to those who wish to be better and do better, but often don't know where to start. From Decorating to DIY to Diapers and Paleo-ish Dishes, I strive to make the complicated simple and empower women to take action beyond their personal comfort zone. I subscribe to the Shine Theory & so strongly believe that we shine when the women around us shine and mutual support—lifting up instead of tearing down--will always be the culture here. Are you in? I hope so! Beyond the computer, I run Styleberry Creative where I work with clients to create low fuss, high function spaces that are pretty and practical in San Antonio, Texas and beyond. I LOVE making a house a home. My own studs out renovation is now complete and I am now back to working with clients. Please don't hesitate to drop me a line if you'd like to work together! I hope you’ll join me on this fun new adventure! Xo.