Sunday, November 8, 2015

Give Thanks Cards

Hello Everyone. It's been awhile since I blogged! I have a Miss Kate Cuttables Design Team Project to share with you today.

I created these Give Thanks Cards perfect for Thanksgiving wishes.

When I'm creating a bunch of the same cards I like to do print and cuts as I did with this Turkey from Miss Kate Cuttables. It's also a lot quicker when trips to the craft room are limited.

 Here are a few other options. I had fun picking out fall themed patterned papers.

 I used the pen tool in the Cameo for the GIVE THANKS copy.
Font is called  Moon Flower Bold.

 I did a print and cut for the inside of the cards.

Stop by the Miss Kate Cuttable's Blog for great projects and challenges.

Happy Crafting!

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Halloween Shaker Card

Hello Everyone. Hope your weekend is going great!

I have a Halloween Shaker Card to share with you today. 
This was my first shaker card but will not be my last! It was so fun to make.

I used the Halloween Bat Frame from Miss Kate Cuttables for my card.

Stop by the MKC Blog to check out the other designer's great cards!

These cards are kicking off the Miss Kate Cuttables Challenge for the month.
Here are the details:

Runs from 10/12 thru 10/26

Visit the Miss Kate Cuttables Galleria to post your photo in the album

You could win a great MKC prize!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Back to School Layout

Hey Everyone - Just realized I never shared my Miss Kate Cuttable's Challenge Layout. The theme was Back to School.

Here is my layout I created at a recent Scrap Weekend Away:

Here's a look at the title. Love how easy it is to cut and assemble the titles for Miss Kate Cuttables files.

I used the Back to School Title. I also used this Worm in Apple file.

The Back to School Challenge ends tomorrow, 9/28. Make sure you follow along on the MKC Galleria Facebook Page to join in the next challenge. It is something I've never done before..need to find some YouTube videos!

MKC is having a HUGE SALE - Stop by the store and stock up before 9/30!

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Countdown to Halloween Chalkboard

Hello Everyone. I'm up on the Miss Kate Cuttables Blog today.
I have two Countdown to Halloween chalkboards to share with you today.
I used the Countdown to Halloween and cut from vinyl.
I added a paper piecing of the Witch
I also created another one featuring the Zombie SVG.

 Thanks for stopping by today. 

Friday, September 11, 2015

Love You To The Moon & Back Layout

Hello Everyone - thanks for stopping by my blog today.
I am packing up for a scrapbooking weekend away but before I load up my car I have a layout to share with you today.

This layout features Stamps from Fleurette Bloom.

Here is my layout:

First I did a print and cut of the moon from the Fleurette Bloom’s

Sun Moon & Stars Digi Die cuts & Digi Stamps

I then colored the moon using Copic Markers.
I cut the title on my Cameo. Font is called MoonLight (how appropriate is that?)

I cut the SVGs from the Digi Die Cuts and stamped with Fleurette Bloom’s

Sun Moon & Stars Clear Photopolymer Stamps

I added some gems and my photos on to the background patterned papers.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed my layout.

Don’t forget to stop by the Fleurette Bloom Store.

Stop back again - I'll have plenty to more to share after my crafty weekend away!

Friday, September 4, 2015

You Are My Sunshine Card

Hello Everyone! I have a fun project to share as we get ready for a long Labor Day Weekend!

Fleurette Bloom recently released AMAZING

Clear Photopolymer Stamps

While I was waiting for them to come in the mail I created a card with the

Digi Die Cuts & Digi Stamps

Here is the card I created:
The card base is from the 

Hooked On Fishing 3D SVG Kit

Thought I would share all the different techniques I did with with the digi die cuts & digi stamps:
If you are not following the Fleurette Bloom Blog - go check it out.

Have a fantastic weekend!

Monday, August 24, 2015

First Day of School Canvas

Hi Everyone - Today was our first day of school. Over the weekend I created some fun canvases for my boys to hold during their photo shoot. They are not big fans of getting photographed - you'd think they'd know better living with a Mom that's a scrapper.

I took some photos of the steps I took to create the canvases:

Step 1 : Paint canvases white

Step 2: Cut design from vinyl  weed out the background.
Add transfer tape to design (I use contact paper)

Step 3 : Apply vinyl to canvas.

Step 4 : Add another coat of white paint.

Step 5: Paint canvas - I matched their shoes/outfits for the day.

Step 6 : After it dries remove the vinyl to reveal the white behind it.

Here are my two handsome fellas posing with their signs.

Font is LePetitPerisien - It is part of a bundle from Hungry JPEG.