Tuesday, June 14, 2011
I have been featured this week as a Guest Designer on The Crafty Scrappers Blog. You can find these layouts displayed at the store in Waxahachie, Texas. To get your hands on the fabulous paper & supplies, be sure to click on the link above...Happy Shopping!!
IRELYN - 12x12 layout, Imaginisce Berrylicious Just Peachy patterned paper, fancy ribbon, chipboard stars covered in patterned paper, chipboard border for journaling
Scalloped edge punch
Flowers made with scalloped punches, buttons & hemp cord
Banner made with LilyBeeDesign patterned paper, alphabet stencils & ink, Jillibean Soup twine and plenty of dimensions
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SIBLINGS - 12x12 layout, Imaginisce Animal Crackers Pixie Sticks patterned paper
Vellum, dimensionals, circle punches & edge distresser
Banner was stenciled with ink, ribbon, scalloped circle punch, buttons & twine
Scallop & fancy border punches, green gems
For inspiration & supplies check out The Crafty Scrapper site.
PHOTO by Stephanie, Eye Candy Photography
ENJOY EVERY MOMENT - Imaginisce Animal Crackers Pixie Sticks & Come One Come All patterned papers, Tim Holtz Alterations Movers & Shapers die cut, Maya Road Trinket Pin Antique gem
Chipboard, inks & stamps
CUTE - 12x12 layout, Imaginisce Berrylicious Berry Patch & Just Peachy patterned papers, ribbon, scalloped circle punches, stencils & white ink, green gems
Edge distresser & Tim Holtz Inks
This cute summertime patterned paper can be found at The Crafty Scrapper store in Waxahachie...check out their blog and store online by clicking on the link above.
PHOTO taken by: Stephanie
MONKEYING AROUND - 12x12 layout, Imaginisce Animal Crackers Come One Come All patterned paper, ribbon, edge distresser
Star stencil with Tim Holtz distressing ink, chipboard
Tim Holtz texture fades Bingo, twine, ticket corner punch, border punch, stamp
You can find the supplies and layout displayed at The Crafty Scrapper.
You can check out my layouts and the supplies to make them at The Crafty Scrapper in Waxahachie, Texas. Also, click on the link above to see their blog.
BUTTERFLY KISSES - 12x12 layout, Fancy Pants Beach Babe patterned paper, Tim Holtz Alterations On the Edge die cuts, ribbon
Prima Pebbles Cailloux butterflies, linen thread & dimensions
My scrapbook layouts have been featured on The Crafty Scrapper Blog, you can click on the link above to take a peek into their world.
PRINCESS OF THE POOL - 12x12 layout, using Fancy Pants Beach Babe patterned paper, Tim Holtz On the Edge & Crown die cuts, square scalloped punch, jewels, chipboard, flowers, trinket star pins, grosgrain ribbon
REFLECTION - 8x8 layout, Fancy Pants Beach Babe patterned paper, circle punch, scalloped edge punch, jewels
Glitter & regular chipboard letters and jillibean soup twine
Thursday, May 26, 2011
It's definitely time to celebrate! I have completed all my graduation orders for this year and I am ready to enjoy the Graduation Festivities for my oldest nephew. This one is for you, Zac!! We are so proud of you and your accomplishments and can't wait to see what the future holds for you. Enjoy every moment and Congratulations on your Graduation!! =)
Saturday, April 16, 2011
Baby Hope's Welcoming Shower was a huge success! She is such a good baby and I cannot get over how fast she is growing.
The cake was deliciously yummy and turned out really cute. It was Amaretto flavored cake with a raspberry filling. And I just love the ladybugs on top.
The food consisted of: Meat & cheese trays, vegetable & dip trays, chicken salad sandwich tray, pickles, olives, crackers, dips & chips and plenty of fruit, including strawberries, grapes, pineapple, apples & caramel dip
The name banner was hung on the beautiful mantel.
Friday, April 15, 2011
Card measures 4 x 4 inches, Tulip stamp is from A Flower for All Seasons from Stampin Up, along with the Designer Series Paper - Loves Me. Baby stamp is from Mega Mixed Messages from Papertrey Ink.
I used a 2 inch scalloped punch and dimensions to pop it up.
Thursday, April 14, 2011
I am very pleased with how my first diaper cake turned out. I wasn't sure how many diapers I was going to need to make the three tier cake, so I bought a box of 96 diapers and it was more than enough.
I did not want to use the standard rubber band method of rolling each diaper individually. Instead I staggered each diaper and fanned them out evenly to create my layers.
I used a 2 1/2 inch ribbon to keep the diapers together and tight, then followed up with an inch and a half of the sheer ribbon in an alternate color. The ladybugs were cut with my Cricut.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
As the Lady Bug Shower approaches, I wanted to share the banner I made for my sweet friend's new baby. I used the Mini Monograms Cricut cartridge for the scalloped squares and cut them at 5 1/2 inches using the shadow feature.
The letters were cut at 3 1/2 inches with the Elegant Cakes cartridge. I used white glitter paper from Die Cuts With a View.
Pink and white twine was threaded through each square and then finished off with miscellaneous ribbon.
I used eyelets to give the cardstock a more secure and professional look.
The patterned paper is Deja Views - The Sharon Ann Collection. The lady bugs were cut at 1 inch using Walk In My Garden cartridge.
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Sunday, April 3, 2011
Yeehaw!! I received great news and wanted to share the excitement. This awesome scrapbook store: The Crafty Scrapper ~ in Waxahachie, Texas chose me as a GUEST designer for an upcoming month. I am super excited to be featured next to these amazingly talented group of people and can't wait to get CRAFT'N!!
Be sure to check out the link above to get inspired or stop by their store if you are in the area. Their shipping is very reasonable if you are not local and they always have the "latest" products.
Sunday, March 20, 2011
I'm so excited to help host a shower for my dear friends who recently adopted a baby. She is their first child and what better way to introduce her than to have a "Welcoming Shower!" The ladybugs were cut using my cricut and the embossing was done with my cuttlebug.
I adhered a tiny poem under the wings, then attached the wings to the ladybug using a brad. The wings rotate completely around making the poem visible.
I also adhered the party details to the "belly" of the ladybug, which fit perfectly. These invitations fit well into a standard A-2 size envelope.
4 down and 26 more to make...
Monday, March 7, 2011
I just love the pink and green combo, especially with Spring just around the corner. The embossed background is "Damask" - one of Tim Holtz texture fades.
The stamps and inks are from Stampin Up along with the ribbon.
This is the inside of the card.