Tuesday, January 27, 2015

A Valentine's Day Card

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Whew!-I have a second post for today-yay! :)  I was very inspired by the sketch over at Let's Scrap.  I love how it looks so different-but it's really an easy sketch.  I also bought some new paper (though I shouldn't but I did*sigh*).  It's My mind's Eye 6x6 paperpack and it was one sale.  Did I mention it was Valentine's paper?  LOL--Here's my card:


The sentiment and embossing powder are both Stampin Up.  It's the first time that I used Stampin Up Embossing Powder.  I used a static bag and versamark and after I poured the ep-it was fairly clean of radical ep particles.  That never happens.  So I can't wait to use this combo again.  Maybe it was just luck ;)

Here is a closeup of the diamonds.  I used Crystal Stickles around the diamonds.  


And here is the sketch that was my inspiration.  :)


Thank you for stopping by!  Until next time my friends...stay inspired! :)



Happy Birthday Card

Hello Everybody!

I wanted to stop by and show everybody a cute little card I made for a cute little girl.


The stamp is from Adam Pescott and Cardmaking and Paper craft magazine.  When you subscribe they send a little gift.  (Love that!)  I think the papers that I used are also from a gift from a different issue.  I used Copic Markers to color the kitty image.  

Thank you for stopping by!  Until next time my friends..stay warm! :)

Monday, January 5, 2015

Touch a Truck Layout

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At Stick It Down we are doing things a little differently in 2015.  On the First of the Month we are sharing all of the sketches for the month.  So if you go there now you will see the Single Page, Double Page, and the Card sketches for January.  And now you get the whole month to finish your projects!  That is so fun and exciting and I hope you will have more time to come over and play!

So here is my take on this month's sketch:


Every year we got to an event where the kids can sit in the trucks and blow the horns or get an upclose look at construction and fire trucks.  It's a lot of fun.

I am excited that I used some stickers (letters and the truck) that I have had for a loooong time.

And while I'm talking about supplies that I have had for awhile-there is a new for fun challenge called Crash Your Stash.  And it's a personal challenge to do a number of pages/projects before you buy more supplies.  My goal is 25.  (I hope to have that done by March--that's when the Scrapbook Expo is coming to town!) ;)  So for me this is 2/25.  :)

So at Stick It Down we can't wait to see what you create!  Until next time my friends...keep scrappin!

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Snowflakes and Fun!

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Happy 2015!  Are you ready for another year of fun and craftiness?  I am! :)

Over at Scrap It Girl the new challenge for January is Snowflakes!  So make sure there is one or more snowflakes on your paper crafting project.

I made a layout using the Tim Holtz mover and shaker snowflakes that my sister got for me for Christmas.  (awesome thank you!)


I also had some puffy stickers from MAMBI (the believe and swirls on the sides).  The paper is from DCWV.  Under the picture I used light modeling paste and a brick stencil.  The title is a font that I used on the silhouette.

Here are the snowflakes.  I used Cloud Nine Glitter from Sparkle N Sprinkle on sticky tape after I cut out the snowflakes.  


I would like to link this layout up to the following challenges:


Crash Your Stash!--My goal is to do 25 projects before buying more scrappy things-this is my first project toward that goal. :)

I can't wait to see your snowflakes!

Until next time my friends...stay warm! :)

Glitter Butterfly for the New Year

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Happy New Year!  2015!  So exciting!  Are you ready?  ;)

Well I hope one of your resolutions is to either be more crafty or to make more cards--LOL!  House of Cards is the right place for you!  Once a month there is a challenge for your card-and you just have to link up!  Check out the site for the rules then for this month get your glitter out--it's time to sprinkle! ;)

Here is my card.  This is the first time I made a gate fold card.  I embossed the "doors" and used my new Silouette (thank you hubby!) to cut the butterfly.  Then I used a thin glue and sprinkled a micro glitter on the butterfly.  The paper for the butterfly, stamp, and ink (eggplant envy) are from Stampin' Up.


Here's a closeup of the butterfly.


And here is the inside.


I was in a clean and simple mood-but you can use any style you like. 

Until next time my friends..,Happy New Year!  Let's make it a crafty one! :)




Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Mario Layout

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Since it's the 5th Tuesday at Stick It Down we are choosing a layout from the collection to create from.

I chose this sketch:


And here is what I created.  I know it's weird that I chose to do a Halloween layout-but I did.  Maybe I needed a little break from red and green. ;)  Some of the papers are Heidi Grace and DCWV and the rest are scraps.  I am gonna try to get better at using up scraps--but we'll see.  ;) 


I hope you come and join in on the fun!  You can do a single page, card, or 2 page layout.  The sketches are great!

Until next time my friends...the only thing really scary are my New Year's Resolutions  (LOL-and jk!)

Friday, December 26, 2014

Friday Fun with Great Impressions

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I hope that you had a wonderful Holiday!  It's my turn over at the Great Impressions Blog.  Since it's my last post for 2014 I thought I would share a couple of my favorite projects from this year.

My favorite project is the vintage Christmas ornament.  I love this this stamp G512 Winter Snowflake.  It works so nicely here with the gold embossing powder.  To see this post click here.


For my favorite card I chose the pop up card from Halloween.  I love Great Impressions Halloween stamps.  This was a lot of fun to make!  To see this post click here.


For this pop up card I used these Great Impressions Stamps:


Thank you for taking this walk down memory lane with me! :)  This is my last post for Great Impressions.  I have been blessed to work with this wonderful company and the wonderful ladies who make Great Impressions so special.  And thank you for stopping by!  Lots of hugs and love! :)

Happy 2015!!

For more inspiration join us on Facebook and Pinterest! :)  And be sure to submit your projects to our current challenge here--this month's theme is to use a Great Impressions Stamp!