I was definitely busy in my craftroom last month! In March, I participated in the #MarchMeetTheMaker challenge hosted by Joanne Hawker, and it brought about many exciting things to my crafting - pushing myself to try new techniques, seeking out Canadian made plantable paper, and a collaboration with a local maker!

MountainTots is based out of Invermere, BC, and makes kids apparel designed for the outdoors, adventure, and exploration (and to fit over cloth diapers - yay!). With their spring launch this month, they will be offering a gift wrap option featuring my tags! I was so honoured to be involved in this collaboration and really love how Kyla's vision came together for these sweet tags. You can also read about MountainTots and other Kootenay clothing makers in the upcoming Kootenay Living magazine Summer 2019 issue.

Paper - Kraft (Lawn Fawn); Charcoal, White Daisy, Watercolour paper (CTMH)
Ink - Archival Black, New England Ivy, Clover (CTMH)
Stamps - Waterfront (SU); Jump For Joy, Cheery Christmas (Lawn Fawn)
Dies - Stitched Mountain Borders, Cheery Christmas, Jump For Joy (Lawn Fawn); Stitched Dress Up Tags (SSS)

The wood slices were cut and sanded by my Dad from branches that had fallen in his forest. I used my Cricut Air 2 to print the custom sentiment, "Handmade and Gifted with Love" and then used second generation stamping to add some subtle trees behind it.

This sweet sentiment from Papertrey Ink seemed to only need some stitched mountains at the bottom. I thought the stitched theme of the dies fit in well for a sewing company!

I used my Cricut for this custom sentiment, as well, that embodies the MountainTots brand - clothing made for adventurers! I love colouring up this sweet little Lawn Fawn fox.

Be sure to check out the latest launch this month from MountainTots!

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