I really want to thank all the gals that play along with Get Creative Challenges - linking up their beautiful and fun cards. Today begins Challenge #44 - Lots of Blue - sponsored by Karleigh Sue. Here's my design.
July 25, 2016
July 24, 2016
Using leftover stickers for your cards can be so convenient, especially when you are running out of room on your desk and need to clean out your stash. It's always fun if you play with leftovers from different projects to achieve new results. Today I am sharing a quick card using leftover Halloween stickers, along with borders left from other projects to make a FUN card - FUN being the theme for More Than Words Mini Challenge.
Kit and Clowder is one of my favorite Facebook groups - I can't help but be awed by the work on that page - from critters to vintage designs. I look forward every day to see the coloring styles. One of these days, I will have the time and money (at the same time) to join in on a Kit and Clowder class. I think I hold back a little because I just might be that one student they get who doesn't get it! LOL!
Kit and Clowder is celebrating 10,000 Facebook members - this card in celebration of that momentous occasion.
July 22, 2016
Hello! Welcome! Today I'm excited to share a layout FOR ME! I'm so often making layouts for others. My inspiration was Scrapbook Challenge's "Recyle It" challenge - themed Vacation - and using a mood board (July 2016).
July 21, 2016
July 20, 2016
July 19, 2016
Check out an "extended" layout you can easily achieve by using the Fuse Tool - using Sketch 486 from Scrapbook Challenges (turned sideways). Double - Triple - Quadruple the photos you can get on a layout. The base layout is here . . .
Watch this video to see how I added four additional photos AND a video . . . the QR code on the bottom photo can be scanned to show a video of my nephew enjoying a ball pit.
July 18, 2016
Welcome back to my blog. Next up is a look at my entry for the challenges at Cards in Envy and Polkadoodles - Summer Cards...in fact, I enjoyed this theme so much, I made two coordinating cards in fun summertime colors.
Hi, Scrappers! I'm five days away from a local card swap - and I've already completed my card (I generally do it the night before at about 10 p.m.). This one was total fun - the theme being Unplugged.
July 17, 2016
I'm happy to see you here for my entry to Another Freaking Scrappy Challenge - theme is butterflies. Today I'm sharing a clean and simple layout - I want the focus on my grandson...The Butterfly Garden Frames (SVG Cuts) is sure to highlight a nice large photo of my grandson.
July 16, 2016
July 15, 2016
I'm on a mission to use my stash - it's great to find portions of my desktop - puts a smile on my face. Old card kits are perfect for just that - quick cards.
The papers are from Paper Studio called Deck the Halls with Chalk. The flower embellishment is Recollections Printed Flowers - probably no longer available as I received these as a gift years ago. Just amazing how quickly a card can go together when you put your mind to it.
July 14, 2016
Viva La Verve's Sketch Challenge provides a quick and easy template to use for a card. It serves as a base for creating a simple card or those more elaborate.
I added to the fun by seeing if I can use this template using only ONE sheet of cardstock! I was personally blown away by the results. A while back I bought a Craft Smith paper pack (Gradients) on sale for next to nothing at Michael's. The gradient colors provide somewhat of a tone-on-tone look - which I love! This card was made using one sheet of cardstock (except for leaves). I think it would make a wonderful baby card or Mother's Day card...this paper pack is a winner in my book!
This little card was inspired by Stick It Down July Sketch Challenge. Supplies used include Polka Dots embossing folder (Cuttlebug), Daisy Patch and Delicate Asters dies (Heartfelt Creations, and Scandinavian Lace Chain border punch (EK Success).
I'm celebrating summer with a beachy treat box.I've been thinking of a small project to make for a cousin for a Craft-it-Forward thingy for a month now - I was thinking some kind of treat box. Yet I couldn't get motivated by any of my ideas. Then I finally remembered she is all about the beach - so I used Miss Kate Cuttables Flip Flop Set, added sides to the flip flop, and created a small treat box I will fill with M & Ms.
July 12, 2016
July 10, 2016
After completing four layouts using my Fuse Tool - the equivalent of 20 layouts (just like Charmin' Toilet Paper - 4=20!), my desk cannot be found - lost under tons of embellishments and stickers and ribbon and twine and yada and yada! So today's project is USE THESE THINGS! The first thing I touch - must go on a project - and the project must require that I only use what's on my desk (no additional printing or die cutting)! Inspired by the challenge at Polkadoodles - Ribbon/Twine (Week 26), I made a couple clean and simple Halloween cards. I especially like these because they have a feminine touch - for those little female ghouls in our lives.