Monday, March 28, 2011

This is only a test...

...of the emergency image upload system. ;)

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Creative Cuts and More Valentine's Blog Hop

If you got here from Noelle's blog, weren't her cards FABULOUS?! If you did not come from Noelle's blog, don't miss a thing today, be sure and start at The Die Cut Diva blog.If for some reason one of the links is broken along the Hop do not worry, HOP back over to Die Cut Diva where the complete list will be.

Here is my project:

First, let me say that the incredibly ADORABLE models are my 1 yo twin nieces. Are they cute or what?!?!!!

My project might not seem particularly Valentine-ish, but the rose is actually made from 18 hearts! Clever, eh? ;) I would have done a tutorial, but many have been done, so instead, HERE is one to check out.

You can use 7 of THESE MINI HEARTS, just use 4 as is and cut 3 of them slightly smaller. Then use 11 of THESE SMALL HEARTS, using 6 as is and 5 cut a bit smaller. :)

The base of my double frame are two of THESE frames. I painted them white and then spritzed with Maya mist in Red. I made picture slots on the back with scrap chipboard attached with Killer Red Tacky Tape. I then cut an additional piece of chipboard (as long as the frame... top to bottom... and about 1" wide), folded it in half and attached one half to each of the frames, to keep them together, again, using the Killer Red Tacky tape. Gotta love that stuff! and Creative Cuts and More has VERY large rolls at a VERY great price! So, check it out!

This month we will be doing something a bit differently! Post a comment to each of the DESIGN TEAM'S BLOG projects AND do the following challenge...

We want YOU to play along! Please make a project using any VALENTINE THEMED DIE CUT post it on any forum with the code CCANDM1 with a link to and post a comment here with a link to your project for your chance to win a Variety Pack (valued at $15) of products from Creative Cuts and More! Post your comment here by Monday, January 18 by noon Central time for your chance to win!

Now hop on over to check out Kayla's blog, because OH MY GOSH! She has the CUTEST project for you to see!!!

Enjoy! :)

Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Guest Design projects for Creative Cuts and More

Had a WONDERFUL time doing some projects with diecuts from Creative Cuts and More. They have so many wonderful diecuts that are SO fun! Here are the projects I did in addition to my snow banner for the blog hop.

There is a fall wall hanging that uses these Pumpkin diecuts and some lovely Maple leaves too!

Here is an angel made from this bell box.

I used pattern paper, corregated cardboard and Making Memories words from the I Am A ScrapaholicDecember kit.

I also did a very simple card from a Window card and a snowflake, which I covered with vintage music and glitter.

Thanks for stopping by and have a VERY MERRY AND BLESSED CHRISTMAS!!!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

CC&M Holiday Blog Hop! WELCOME! :)

Hi blog hoppers! Thanks so much for stopping by today! Aren't we having a great time? and weren't Holly's projects fabulous? (If you didn't arrive here from Holly's blog, you don't want to miss what our designers have in store for you! The CC&M Holiday blog Hop starts HERE
If for some reason one of the links is broken along the Hop do not
worry, HOP back over to Die Cut Diva where the complete list will be.

For the Holiday blog hop I made a "Let it Snow" banner! It WON'T snow here, so this is as close as we get to snow flakes for the holidays. ;) I used one Large snowflake and 4 medium snowflakes in chipboard. I covered them with vintage music and then clear Martha Stewart glitter. I decided to set them off with a backing of crepe paper medallions. :)

As part of our celebration, CC&M will be having a great sale. For the next four days, we will offer 15% off the entire store. But act quickly, this sale will end on November 15th! (Sunday) Make sure you enter this code ccholidaybloghop1109 during checkout.

As a continuing part of the celebration CC&M will be giving away a FUN
Christmas Card Kit! After you have finished the blog hop, return to
the Die Cut Diva blog and follow
these directions…

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Monday, November 2, 2009

Lovin' me some GRUNGEBOARD

This is the first time I've had the opportunity to try some Tim Holtz Grungeboard. SOOOOOO FUN! I want MORE, MORE, MORE!!! In addition to the butterfly on a layout on my previous post, I made this flower and also the butterflies on this layout.

I made this cute little box out of a 6x6" piece of cardstock. Couldn't be EASIER, and isn't it CUTE?!?!?!! I left it plain this time, but plan to make more and decorate the outside panels! You could make them to suit any theme! Add a few pieces of candy and it would be very SWEET! ;)

I took the 6x6" piece of cardstock and folded each edge at 2", then folded the corners in half diagonally. I then pulled the corners in towards the middle. I punched a small hole on each edge with my crop-a-dile and tied then loosely together with black cord from the IAAS Oct. kit. I adhered the grungeboard flower with Ranger Glossy accents.

Here's a top view:

and a close up of my flower:

You can find a tutorial for this flower here on the amazing Wendy Vecchi'sblog. Aren't they fab?

Here is one more layout from Oct's IAAS kit. It has 2 grungeboard butterflies on it. I'll tell you a secret... my punches didn't work on the grungeboard, but I wanted a little Martha Stewart butterfly, so I turned the punch upside down and traced it on the grungeboard, and then cut it out! :)I painted the bird with Ranger Perfect Pearls. This is my fav layout this month... if I do say so myself!

Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!

IAAS October

October'sI Am A Scrapaholickit was SUPER YUUUUUUMMY! Right up my alley! Here are my projects:

In this layout, I wanted to feature the Tim Holtz mini mask. It's spritzed with Maya mist.

I used the IAAS kit for my My Sketch World October card, so this is based on a Lucy Chesna sketch.

Here is a layout using a Tim Holtz game spinner as my butterfly body and antennae.

The flower is from a Jeni B video tutorial, and I have to say I'm going to be making more of these, for sure! Isn't it FAB???

Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!

Monday, September 28, 2009

Bad blogger!

I'm so sorry... didn't mean to disappear! I spent some time in August being sick and in Sept catching up! shew! I'm finally sort of back to... whatever normal is! ;) Here is a little of my Sept. catching up... from the AMAZINGLY GORGEOUS I Am a Scrapaholic September kit! Can a girl ever have enough Tiffany blue??? I don't THINK so!!!!!!! LOOOOOVED using the Bazzill Stitch'Z templates!

This next project utilizes supplies from the I am a Scrapaholic kit, and the My Sketch WorldSept. card sketch.