rad plaid

Introducing: Rad plaid bow ties and bows. The perfect accessory for your holiday parties and church. These also make a great stocking stuffer with many prints to choose from. 

Bows and Bow ties: $6 each or 3 for $15

TO ORDER: e-mail me at with your selcection and sizes and I will then send you an invoice through paypal (even if you don't have a paypal account). You will receive an invoice by e-mail, and can securely make a payment. Bows will then be made and shipped within 3-5 days. 

Shipping is $2 in the USA. Buy 3 or more and shipping is FREE.

 the Radley: approx 4 1/2 inches (child)
the Greyson: approx 4 inches (toddler)
the Crew: approx 3 1/2 inches (baby)

The back of the bows and bow ties have a hair clip which slides right into a button up shirt for a boy or into a girls hair.

YES, the bow ties and bows are made EXACTLY the same way. So if you like a fabric from the bow tie collection for a girl, that works just fine!  You can also mix and match from both collections for one order. :)

Let me know if you have any questions.

about me reel

The Cocoa Daisy team members each made an "about me" layout for a fun Instagram hop. Here is the layout I made featuring pictures from my life, starting with my baby picture. I created the view master “reel” by tracing an 8 inch plate and cutting it out, then I punched the windows in the reel with a square shaped punch. I used cocoa daisy stamps to number each picture. I attached the reel with a brad so it turns. This is definitely one of the funnest pages I’ve made. I loved making it.

Here is a process video of how to make one:

Thanks for checking it out! 

hello holidays

The November Cocoa Daisy kit was full of cute holiday themed products. It was so fun to make these projects:  

First I made an interactive advent layout. I will leave it out as decor for the month of December and add a little something under the flap each day. When I am done, it will slide into a sheet protector in my album.

Here is a process video on how to make one:

Here is a layout featuring a recent visit to the family cabin. 

I made a some frayed cards and tags. I used regular scissors and just cut lots of slits. 

For this one, I used one of my kids' pokemon card holders to make 9 pockets. Those gold stars made the cutest shaker pocket. 

Project life storage

I found this old metal file box at a thrift store. It's perfect for storing my Project Life cards. 

I love it and am really glad I spent the 3 dollars. :)


guess what?

Meet the 2018 Cocoa Daisy team. I am SO excited to get to design with these talented ladies. This last year has been a dream, and I am so happy I get to do it for another year.