If you're like me, then you've probably waited until the last minute to look for and finally find the "perfect" image or digi to use in a holiday or seasonal craft. Sometimes I get so caught up in looking around, I end up with a folder full of resources and nothing done by the end of the day.

Some of my favorite websites to browse are royalty-free clip art sites. I listed a few in my last post, and for this one I decided to share with you some of my favorite Easter and Spring images I found using those sites, so that (hopefully) you won't have to!

Please keep in mind - these images are totally free and you don't have to link back to anyone for them as they are public domain. Which usually means they aren't overly intricate or fancy, but they are certainly nice to have.

I am thinking of putting together another round-up post of free Easter digi's that are available, if anyone is interested please leave a comment! Especially if you would like your digi and website featured!

The images will be after the jump - they should appear as a smaller size, just click to open the full size image to save and print, or whatever you may do with them. Enjoy and happy crafting!

I'm always looking for new and creative ways to save money on my crafting supplies. From making my own distress ink sponges, to finding ways to use every bit of scrap paper. 

Not only do I look on other blogs, Pinterest, and other websites for ideas, but I also try to look at the things I have readily available that I may have not considered in the past. Some of the things I have come up with over time, I haven't seen others post about or mention, so I thought I would make a post with a short list of ideas.

Regardless of if you make paper crafts/cards as just a hobby, or if you sell your creations online, I hope these next few tips can help you keep your costs on supplies down and inspire some creative thinking in your future projects!

This is just a short post to let anyone who may be looking for my site, i'm back online. I apologize for any inconvenience my downtime may have had, unfortunately without my knowledge, blogger decided to stop hosting sites, and so it took a lot of time, a lot of research, and quite some effort to find a domain host I was happy and comfortable with. 

At this time, all of my old posts are still on my old, inaccessible blog. I will make the best effort I can to get any content back up on this site, specifically focusing on any freebies and printables I had offered. 

Lastly, before I close this post, I want you all to know that I do in fact plan on putting up some listings on my Etsy. I understand it is cutting it close for Christmas cards, and so I will be listing all Christmas themed items half off.  I will have other goodies such as bookmarks, stocking stuffers, and gift tags for the holidays. Be sure to check them out, a long with some New Years and winter themed items i'll have in stock very soon.

Thanks so much for visiting my new site, I can't wait to share some of my new ideas with you all! 

- Jacki



    My name is Jaclyn, but I usually go by Jacki. I launched Seasonably Cute as a way to express my love of crafts, and share my creations with others. Most importantly, I hope that visiting my site inspires you to make something creative of your own.


    December 2013