Saturday, October 15, 2016

Wicked - Paper House Design Team

Hello everyone! With Halloween around the corner I have decided to do some Halloween decor for you all.

Wicked Supplies

I could not wait to use the the skull garland shimmer and what perfect way to play with using a photo tray frame. Here you see I draped the garland across the frame. and used the pattern paper to fill in the frame.

I used lots of the stickers, yardstick die cuts and sculpted stickers to get the look I wanted. I also added ribbon and fabric and mesh leaves to the top.
This would make a great piece for those of you that have Halloween parties are just those of you that are a Halloween fan..
Happy Haunting..

Be Sure to check out Paper House to get your supplies...

Spooky Layout - Clearscraps Designer

Hello everyone! Today I wanted to share a SPOOKY layout with you all. 

Clear Scraps Products used-
After choosing my background paper I played with some textured paste and the Window Web Stencil form Clear Scraps.

Then using the sprays and the texture spray I sprayed over the webs.

Once I got the effect I was looking for I then embossed all my chipboard pieces with the distress embossing powder black soot for the spiders and spiced marmalade for the spooky word.
Then I placed black roses and some die cut leaves to finish the look. This was done to the bottom and top of the layout.

Other Items used- Black and Purple Card Stock, Light Molding Paste, Recollection Collection Ravenead Manor, Dies- Prima Forest leaves, Lumberjack Days Branch out, Anna Griffin Frame Die, Adhesive Rhinestones, Black netting, floral, Tim Holtz Distress Power in Spice Marmalade and black soot, hot glue gun, Tim Holtz Distress ink in black soot and Adirondack purple twighlight, Heidi Swapp color shine Tinsel,  and Goosebumps Texture Spray.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

October Album Kit - My Creative Scrapbook!

This month the theme of the mini album was birthday! I loved the bright fun colors that this paper line had.

                                                   Here is what the kit looked like..

                        Such a fun collection to play with and make for any Birthday Collection..

Now for a peek on the inside of the Album..

Be sure to check out the gallery at My Creative Scrapbook!

I also Made a Layout Using the Leftovers from this Kit! 
 It was Perfect Timing as My Nephew just had a Birthday! Loved this paper Collection..

Friday, September 30, 2016

Blessed - Clear Scrap Design Team

I am back  here today showing you what I did using some stencils and a chipboard word. You can get these supplies at Clear Scraps.
I have many blessings in my life but one of them involves my adorable little niece Addy. So today I did a layout showcasing her. 

Clear Scraps Supplies- Blessed Chipboard Words
                                        6x6 Damask Mask/Stencil

I started out using a sheet of pattern paper form the Pink Paislee Harvest Hayride Collection. Sprayed the area I wanted with the color wash spray.  I then used the 6x6 stencil Damask along with textured paste. Once dried I then used distress ink in Fired Brick in the places you see in the photo. Using other colored inks I then added some stamping using a back ground stamp collection.
I also cut out the branches off one sheet of the pattern paper and popped them up on pop dots. I then added blossoms and fabric flowers to complete the look I was going for. I used a branch die and added more branches coming from the flowers to make a cluster. 

I also added a flourish and some rhinestones in different places.
I took the chipboard piece and did some heat embossing using distress embossing powder called fired brick.

 There you have it a keepsake to treasure forever.
Other Supplies Used-Deep red cherry blossoms, fabric flowers, zva crystal flourish, die branch out collection,rhinestones, distress powder fired brick, distress ink in black,walnut stain and fired brick, embossing pad , Gabrielle Polacco stamp set, Pink Paislee Harvest Hayride Collection, twine, adirondack color wash meadow, hot glue, atg tape, scissors, texture paste,Martha stewart branch punch.

Mini ABC Album -Clear Scraps Design Team

Today I come to you with a Mini Chipboard Album of my dad's school days. You can get this cute chipboard album at ClearScraps!
This mini album holds sweet memories for me. My dad has passed away 4 years ago to cancer. My grandmother had given me the school photos she had of him along with report cards. It was such a treasure to have these items so I decided to make this mini album as a tribute of his school days.

Clear Scraps Supplies - All Mixed up Chipboard Album
There is nothing hard in making a mini album. To cover the pieces all you need to do is trace and cut from your favorite pattern paper.
Here is a peek of the inside pages...

The first photo on the right I added a flip page so if you raise the flap you can add your personal information that is hidden for those who would like to read those tiny bits.

On this row the first photo on the right has a pocket in which you can add things too. I have added a tag to show you this as a example. I plan to try and shrink my dads report card and add to the pockets.

Again the same with the first photo. The square on the bottom corner is open at the top so you can tuck things in.
Such a great keepsake you can give to your family..
Other Supplies Used- rhinestones, prima flower and leaves, sheer baby blue ribbon, brown sheer ribbon, cream ribbon, black ric rack, Graphic 45 ABC Primer collection, black card stock, spellbinder oval and Lacey oval die, momenta tree die, pop dots, atg tape, hot glue, walnut stain, burlap bows, thickers, scissors, pencil.

NO PLACE LIKE HOME - Paper House Design Team

For my favorite product feature I chose the Wizard of Oz Collection. This classic movie has been a favorite in my family since I was a small child. Now my nieces and nephew have worn out my dvd.

Supplies Used:

I cut through this paper to give it the look I wanted. I layered the back ground and fussy cut the Tin man, Scarecrow, Dorothy and the Lion to add at the top along with the Great Oz and the yellow brick road. The layout would not be complete with the Yellow Brick Road!

For the bottom I fussy cut the poppies and added that as another layer.
The photos is of my niece who was obsessed with Dorothy for the longest time! My nephews are mixed in there too!

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

September Rossibelle Collection Details Within!

 Today I am going to give you close ups on the details of my Limited Edition Kit work from My Creative Scrapbook.

I ended up doing three layouts and two cards. Most of you already know I love to layer and pop things off the page to make them come alive.

My First layout is Your Cheating Heart!

Looking this layout its hard to tell that this is popped up. So Here is a closer picture of this layout.

I have used the Prima Collection Called Rossibelle. 
Papers I used:

I cut out several things from the paper line and I also used some of there chipboard pieces and stickers. 
I added pop dots underneath to give it a dimensional look.

Another layout is called Sweet

Here is a closeup of the details on this one..
This layout is a tribute to a sweet girl that has earned her wings too soon.. She was so Beautiful.
As you can see I layered this with some fussy cutting of the flowers on the paper called 
I adhered most flat and added a pop dot at some spots to make it come to life. Also Cut some blooms and rolled them up to make more flowers as you see in the closeup.

On this last layout called Unforgotten Memories. I did a little raising with pop dots and  alot of fussy cutting.. This layout is my grandmother who has recently passed away at age 87. She was a very sweet woman and will always be remembered.
Here is a close ups of the groups on this page. I loved the sequins that was added in the kit. It was truly fun to play with.

All cut outs was cut from the same paper line. I used some of the chipboard as well.

Last but not least I had created two cards with the beautiful flowers from Prima as well that you get in this kit                           
Just look at all those beautiful flowers that I have clustered together. Added beads and twine as well a a punched out butterfly. Cut the inside out of a doily and it just makes the perfect card.

This one has the bow tucked under the flower as well. I also fussy cut the heart out of the paper line and used the stickers, punched out butterflies and sequins. The Punch is a Martha Stewart punch.. 

The possibilities are endless with this kit. Lots of beautiful things to create with. Be sure to check out the September Limited Edition Kits! Hope you was inspired to make you creativity come to life!


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