Hey Guys! I realize this is a day late and a dollar short for Fathers Day, so I'm hoping you spotted it on the October Afternoon Blog earlier in the month ;)
I just wanted to share it here today though!
I used supplies from the adorable Travel Girl line, and some alpha's from Daily Flash (coming soon!). I am in big, huge love with those alphabet stickers! The font is amazing, seriously! I have another card that will go live on Thursday here with a video using them too :) So please check back in on Thurs!
Hey guys! So glad you've stopped by today for the Travel Girl blog hop! This is my first hop with the October Afternoon girls, and I'm as excited as can be :)
If you are following the hop you should have arrived from the talented Danni Reid's blog.
I just adore this collection, and even though I never really travel myself I have found so many fun ways to use the collection in other ways. The colours are just stunning, I adore the green, blue and grey combo I used on this card, and the pop of red from the heart is the perfect tiny addition.
I added the world sticker with foam adhesive for a bit of dimension. The "always" tab up top was the perfect colour for the card, but the saying didn't match so I covered it up with letter stickers, which are one of my fav' ever colour wise. The green and blue are adorable together.
And of course we need a prize for a blog hop! One lucky winner will walk away with a pack of Travel Girl Doo-dads! I've always been a big fan of these, and one of my favourite cards everwas made with the library card from one :) You have one week to comment below for your chance to win!
It's my favourite Friday of the month! Because of course I have another Seeing Double video up at Two Peas in a Bucket. This time I chose to focus on incorporating Metallics on my projects. There are so many awesome Metallic products these days! :)
I think this page is a bit outside my normal style, but I just went with the flow and my first instincts as I created it. Regardless I had a ton of fun, and the card is definitely a fav. one I've made in awhile.
The theme this week over at the Pebbles Blog is a fun one, it's flowers! I decided to pull out my Silhouette and a single sheet of paper from the Basics line and die cut a bunch of flower pieces. Because the paper is double sided I was able to mix up the flowers for 3 different looks, one for each card. I used the LakeSide 6x6 pad for all the other papers on the cards. I kinda love them!! :)
Thanks for popping by today, I hope you are having a great Tuesday!
I had a bit of time to putter in my craft room the other day. (I just can't bring myself to say "studio" as cool as it sounds, nope.. I have a plain old craft room. lol ;) And found myself making this cute little card duo. I kept things really simple and used the same design for them just swapping out the products for a different feel. The sentiments are older Hero Arts stamps.
I used the Trend Setter line by Fancy Pants which just calls me name every time. The colours are just so ME, and that I can use it for both girly, and boyish things make it even more versatile. Love it! :)
I couldn't help myself yesterday and I made this cute card just for fun. I actually have a ton of things I *have* to do, and when I need to get into a good crafting groove I always make something "just for fun". Because I have no rules with it, it helps get my creative juices going and makes working on the have-tos that much easier :)
It's been awhile since I pulled out my cuttlebug and did some embossing. The polka dot folder is my fav. It just added such a fun texture to the text paper. I cut out the cork hearts with some sheets of cork from Michaels and my heart die from Lawn Fawn. All the other supplies I used were from the October Afternoon 9 to 5 line. The "friend" is an older Hero Arts clear stamp.
I was asked to join the October Afternoon Design Team! I'm so very excited and happy about that. I have been a huge fan since day one of their awesome products and I've been all but helpless to buy it all each release.
I made this card a few days ago using the Woodland Park line which is one of my all time fav's!
I thought for fun I'd share some projects I did way back in 2009 when I was a guest designer for October afternoon. Four years later and I still love them, which is unusual for me and goes to show how timeless I think their products are :)
Also makes me want to pull out that Ducks in a Row line, which, yes I'm still hoarding lots of. ;)
I hope your day is going as happy as mine, and thanks for stopping by!! xoxo
I have been on such a navy blue/teal kick lately and I just can't get enough of it! I actually scrapped this photo a long time ago, but it was work I did for a CHA show, and I've been meaning to scrap it since.
I used lots of goodies from the TrendSetter line by Fancy Pants Designs. I just love love love it.
And here are the supplies I used to make this page!
Hey guys :) Happy Friday to you all! It's my turn for a Seeing Double video and I chose to make a two page layout with a matching card. I mixed up supplies from two different lines, Simple Stories Vintage Bliss, and Pebbles Lakeside. I really enjoyed making this page and getting a little girlier that I normally do in my scrapbooking. Which works because this page is more about me as a mother, than it is specifically about my little man.
National Scrapbook day, which was May 4th is obviously one of my favourite holiday's ;) We had company over and I didn't get to really celebrate it like I wanted to, but I did have to fun project go live that I want to share.
This first page I made for Two Peas in a Bucket, and I chose to focus on the amazing washi tapes by My Minds Eye, specifically the ones I used on my page that are 50% off!! Seriously, they are such a steal and some of my all time favourite patterns and colours. If you want to see them and the 0ther supplies I used, click here for the link :)
Well I thought this had posted much earlier in the month, but apparently blogger skipped it! Ah well. I'm posting it now, better late than never! :)
This month the theme in the Garden was Colour, and we were all assigned a specific colour, or colour palette. The results were stunning! I have yellow as you can see, and it was so much fun to pull out all my yellow supplies and get to work. I chose to mix in some grey as a nice neutral too.