My turn to share a project on the Chattering Robin's Blog. I found an old and grungie clipboard and repurposed it into something beautiful. Please check out the Blog for my tutorial on how to create this. It takes a little time and effort but oh so worth it.
Thank you for stopping and have a very Merry Christmas.
Time for a new card challenge at ScraPerfect. This is the card I made for the challenge so please check it out at ScraPerfect.blogspot.com The card does not need to be a Christmas card so jump right in and take the challenge.
There is a prize, which is a small bag of goodies from the Design Team plus FREE SHIPPING for one order at ScrapPerfect.com (Sorry, free shipping is to the US mailing address only; $5 discout to international addresses.)
Can you believe we are in the 12th month of the year? This year has just flown by. Time for a new challenge at ScraPerfect Blog. You need to hop over to the blog to see what the challenge is and to jump in as there is a RAK that will be given to one person at the end of the month.
Here is my layout but you need to go to the Blog to see what the challenge is.
I am sharing how to make this beautiful, fun and easy pinecone ornament on Chattering Robin's Blog
today. This takes a little time to create but oh so worth it. Please check out the Blog
to see how to make one or multiple ones to give as gifts.
Good day to everyone. My turn to share a project over on the Chattering Robin's Blog. Last summer we met my son and family in the Upper Peninsula to explore the beauty up there. At one of the stops we came across this moose just standing there waiting for his picture to be taken so our grandsons helped him out. Please hop over to Chattering Robin's Blog to see what gorgeous papers from the Robin's store I used. Be sure to check out the store to see other fabulous items in the store.
This page went together so easy and quickly and I love the woodys feel of it.
I have been doing some of the card challenges over at Creative Inspiration and here are a few of the quick and easy cards I creates. The first one was so easy and I will put a verse when I am ready to mail it out.
My second card involved one of the things I love to do which is fussy cutting, I cut all the flowers.
I love using my inks and stipple brush to create a different look on the cards. Fast and easy and oh so much to play with inks.
This last card involved using a mask and the mask I used was to create snowbanks around the trees.
I had so much fun creating this page for a challenge at Kitchen Keepsake (KK) and Creative Inspiration (CI). Not always I can use one page for two challenges and this time it worked out great. KK was a sketch challenge and CI was for something on an image that struck our eye. For me what struck my eye were all the trees.
This went together to so quick and easy and I love the end result. All that needed to be done was to add some layers behind the photo, cut out a frame and angle it and then I used a Creative Embellishment die cut which I embossed and then used a MS punch to create the pine flower, cut out the bear with my Cameo and used sticker alphas for the title.
Time for a new challenge at ScraPerfect and I sure you are going to want to participate in it. Please run over to the blog to check out what the challenge is. I hope to see some of your creations posted in the comment section, I will be checking it daily.
It was my turn to share a challenge over at Creative Inspiration so I challenge you to make a Halloween Gift Tag. These are so easy, fun and quick to make and so much better than just handing out candy. So make some tags and share them with us over at Creative Inspiration forum.
We are starting something new at ScraPerfect and I hope you take some time to check out the new monthly challenge. I will be hosting two challenges each month, on the 1st and 15th so please share your projects with us. Please join us at the ScraPerfect Blog.
The first challenge is a layout challenge and would love to see you page using fall colors.
My turn to share a project on Chattering Robin's Blog and today I am sharing a little Halloween dresser I made. Please check out the Chattering Robin's Blog to see how to make this. It is really pretty easy and will look cute setting out on a tabletop or given as a gift filled with little treasurers.
This shows you that the drawers open up to hide little treasurers inside.
The side view.
Thank you for visiting my blog today and have a wonderful day.
My turn to share something girly on Chattering Robin blog so I decided to do a little different shape for this layout page. Please check out the blog to see the products I used and how I made it. Thanks for looking.
The theme this month on Chattering Robin's Blog is a girl theme. I had a very special niece with a birthday so I made this card for her. Please check out the blog to see the paper I used and how I made the card. Thank you for looking and have a great day.
It is my turn to share on Chattering Robin's blog and since the theme for July was "boys", I couldn't resist doing a page featuring two of our handsome grandsons. Check out the blog if you want to see how I created the page using products from the Robin's Nest store.
The new sketches have been all posted to the Stick it Down blog and today they have posted all the cards made by the Design Team. This was a fun sketch to work with and I switched mine layout of the design a bit, so hop on over to the blog and see what the sketch looks like.