Friday, October 29, 2010
Stacey decided to reveal the Nov/Dec kit "Glittered Wonderland" a little earlier than promised and I am so glad because it is just so gorgeous!! It is chock full of beautiful paper and goodies and even includes a full bottle of Maya mist!! And the price is only $26!! That is such a fabulous deal!! Here are a few layouts that I created for the reveal!
I really love that fact that you this kit is so versatile and can be used for any subject, not just holiday pictures - even though you can make some gorgeous holidays layouts with it!! You can go here to order this fabulous kit, but hurry before they sell out because I know these are going to go quickly!!
Friday, October 22, 2010
I don't make very many mini albums - but I had so much fun making this one with the new Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante line of scrappy goodness! The black envelope mini album was so unusual and the paper is just stunning! I used lots of Tim Holtz embellishments as well as 7 Gypsies and Graphic 45 pretties! TFL!
Thursday, October 21, 2010
I was so very thrilled when I got my design team box from yourscrapbookstash.com and found it full of the complete line of Elementary by Studio Calico with a bunch of the cutest embellishments and a Mister Huey too!! I just love the colors and the design of this line and the mists are color coordinated with the line so that you know exactly which mists to get that will go with your paper!! Yourscrapbookstash.com has the complete Studio Calico line as well as all the Mister Huey mists (they've had to reorder 4 times to keep it in stock!!) so go on over there now and check it out! And don't forget that you will receive 15% off your complete order when you put OCTOBER2010 in the coupon code throughout the month of October! Love this pic of dd and me - we were at an antique mall trying on the vintage hats and having lots of fun!! :) TFL!!
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
These are a few of the layouts that I worked on this past weekend for design team work at my local scrapbook store - she's been keeping me very busy!! LOL! The top layout is line by Kaisercraft called Lush. The Halloween layout is a line from Pink Paislee. My Cabotfest layout is another line by Kaisercraft called up up and away and the last layout is also Christmas line by Kaisercraft. TFL
Friday, October 8, 2010
When my lss boss gave me some October Afternoon to work with for some design team work I was ecstatic! I just love everything October Afternoon and I really love their Thrift Shop line! I've had a vintage dress pattern sitting on my desk forever - circa 1939!! - that I've been waiting to use and I thought it would look perfect on this layout! I wrapped strips of it up for the centers of the flowers and then I used a little strip that I had leftover as the bow attached to the top of the banner!
I think this is my favorite layout that I've done so far! It turned out just like I pictured it in my head - love when that happens because it just flies together and no agonizing about the design! :) Everything on this is from October Afternoon (accept for the vintage pattern pieces ;) and the pearl brads!) TFL!
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
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Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Beat the holiday frenzy and create beautiful cards to send to your family and friends. We will provide card sketches, samples and encouragement to complete as many cards as you need. Class will take place in a private area of the message board. Join us for a holiday card inspired weekend.
Hey ladies, the Weekend Warrior Card Inspiration Class is this weekend!! You do not have to be available to take the class. You will get a pdf afterward with all of the lessons, tutorials and samples!! But if you are available, you will have access to a private forum on this board where we will post classes, share ideas, member creations and chat.
It is only $5 and we will provide you with card sketches, cutting sizes, tips and tutorials, and of course lots of inspiration to get cards completed (assembly line or individual cards…up to you!!). I am creating holiday cards, but you can use the instructions for any type of card…birthday, thank you, holiday, even halloween!! I hope to see you in class. Go to the store page to purchase it. www.inspiredtoscrap.net/store
Friday, October 1, 2010
I did this layout for a challenge that I issued over at Inspired to Scrap! We are have a weekend crop and everyone is invited! Stacey is giving away some awesome prizes!! Go check it out! For this layout I used the new Pink Paislee line "Parisian Anthology". The pp is white and you have to use inks (or paints or mists) to bring out the resist areas! I used some Ranger distess inks in old paper and wild honey really lightly for the background pp. It's another layout of my niece on her wedding day! TFL!