Friday, May 13, 2011

Last new post for a bit...

I am going to be busy for the next couple of weeks, so no scrapping for me. But I will be back at the beginning of June with a Blog Hop. So keep a look out for it. Here are some new layouts to hold you over until I make it back. Enjoy!!

This is one of the layouts from the Material Girl class at the Portland CKC. I love the flowers and even the hand stitched leaves. These Thickers came with the kit but I love the ribbed fabric texture!

I started this layout with a Page Maps sketch from March 2011. The cardstock is from Bazzill. The patterned paper is from Echo Park’s Springtime line. I used a Martha Stewart border punch on the yellow paper. I hand stitched yellow circles using Bazzill templates and DMC floss. The flowers are from Imaginisce. The brads are from American Crafts and Imaginisce. The pearl bling is from Want 2 Scrap. Title are Thickers from American Crafts.

I started this layout with a September 2009 Page Maps sketch. The papers and stickers are all from Echo Park’s Wintertime line. I used my new Sew Easy from We R Memory Keepers to pierce the paper at the top of the page before hand sewing with DMC floss. I love the look that it gives the layout. I can see this tool becoming one of my favorites.

I made this for my mom for Mother’s Day. I started with a chipboard star. I covered it with paper from Fancy Pants Designs. The words are a design from Kerri Bradford that I cut on the Silhouette using kraft cardstock from Recollections and paper from Fancy Pants Designs. The flower is from Prima. The ribbon is from Technique Tuesday.

I started this layout with an Inspired Blueprints sketch. The kraft cardstock is from Recollections. The patterned paper is all from My Mind’s Eye. I cut the flowers, title & journaling shape on the Silhouette. The brads are from American Crafts and Pink Paisley. I used an EK Success border punch on the flower paper.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

A few more new layouts

I managed to finish a new layout last night and two more today. Talk about successful day! Enjoy!!
I started this layout with a Page Maps sketch. I used the Love Birds line by Fancy Pants. I added red stickles to the corners. The title is a design from Kerri Bradford that I cut on my Silhouette. Love it!! I love how quickly this layout came together.

For this layout I started with a Page Maps 2 sketch. I used the Echo Park For The Record collection. The title was cut on the Silhouette using Bazzill cardstock and a design from the Silhouette store.

This is a Page Maps sketch from January 2010. I used the Echo Park collection called Be Mine. The whole title was cut on the Silhouette using 2 designs from their store. The gems are from Queen & Company.

Some New Layouts & cards

I know...I have been a bad blogger. Life has gotten away from me. For a while there I was super productive, and lately it has been not quite the same. I have been busy trying to get everything taken care of since my husband will be home soon for a couple of weeks. So you won't hear from me for the last half of May. So until I am able to get more done enjoy what I have been working on...

I made this birthday card using my Silhouette (butterfly and flower) and Fancy Pants paper. The stamp is from Basic Grey. The button is from Making Memories and the twine is from The Twinery. I am really happy with this card.

Here is another Birthday card. For this one I used some Echo Park paper. The bingo card I made using the print & cut feature of the Silhouette. The buttons are from Oriental Trading and the yellow twine is from The Twinery. The title was also cut on the Silhouette.

Yet another Birthday card. For this one I used lots of cardstock from Recollections, DCWV, Bazzill and American Crafts. The patterned paper is from My Mind's Eye. The title and cake were cut on the Silhouette. I think this card came out very cute.

I started this layout with a January 2011 Page Maps sketch. The papers are from Basic Grey. The flower behind the title was cut on the Silhouette out of Recollections kraft cardstock and then put through my paper crimper and then inked with white ink. I used my Bazzill stitching templates to add the circles on the right and the flower around my journaling. I love the detail that the stitching adds.

For this layout I started with a Page Maps sketch. The cardstock is from Bazzill. The papers & embellishments are from Imaginisce. I created the title using my Silhouette and used Bazzill and American Crafts cardstock. The border punch is from EK Success.

Here I started with a Jana Eubank sketch. The papers are from My Mind's Eye. The title was cut on the Silhouette using Bazzill cardstock. The buttons are from My Mind's Eye with twine from The Twinery.

This is another Jana Eubank sketch. The patterned paper and journaling cards are from Echo Park. The Cardstock is from Bazzill. The stitching was done with a Bazzill template. The flowers are from Basic Grey. The title and subtitle were cut on the Silhouette using Bazzill cardstock. The lasercut paper is from Creative Imaginations.

I started this with a Page Maps sketch. The cardstock is from Bazzill. The patterned paper is from My Mind's Eye. I created the title using my Silhouette. I also cut the journaling shape on the Silhouette. I hand-stitched the circles using my Bazzill templates. I used a Martha Stewart border punch.

I made this for my Mother-in-law for Mother's Day. The tray is from 7 Gypsies. I bought a kit from Kerri Bradford that she designed to fit this tray. I love how it turned out!!

I made this card using Recollections kraft cardstock. The patterned papers are from October Afternoon. I created the title and the Olivia using the Silhouette and the print & cut feature. The inside reads "ask for salt & tequila and have a party with friends!"

For the one hour challenge on 4/29/11. I started with a February 2010 Page Maps sketch. I used buttons from my stash. Twine is from The Twinery. The metal trim is from Jo-Ann's. The cardstock is Bazzill. I used the Silhouette for the title. The paper is Crush from Bo-Bunny.
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