Saturday, November 26, 2016
I chose to make this layout this week's project for the challenge on Paper Crafter's Corner because of the the inspiration picture of women/friends working together. Supplies used were Echo Park This & That Graceful papers and chipboard with a Scrapbook Generation layout. Basically scrap lifted from Pinterest!
Paper Crafter's Corner Magazine Monday #165
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Monday, October 31, 2016
I die cut using my Cricut Explore and their Design Studio which made so many of the cuts you see. The cartridges used are Blackletter for the banner, and large cut behind the tag. Serenity is from the Cindy Loo cart. The ribbon flowers are from Hobby Lobby. The sequins are from Kennedy Grace Creations called Pink Champagne. Hope you enjoy it!!
DCWV October Stack-a-holic blog
Sunday, October 30, 2016
Using DCWV Winter in the Woods, Holiday Glitzy Glitter stacks and the October DCWV card sketch, I made this. Love how cute it turned out. The tag is tied with turquoise lace and white tulle. Added Ranger Crystal lacquer to the letters on the tag, and then added the chunky glitter. To finish it off I add a Little B red cardinal sticker. Just love how cute it turned out!!
Am entering in these challenges:
Paper Crafter's Corner Magazine Monday #164-Wintery Holiday card.
DCWV October Card Sketch
To make the layout, I cut apart the preset paper layout, and expanded the width to use 4x6 size of the photos. Added the paper with the stitched seams as the original piece had showed. Added a handmade flower from Maya Road scallop ribbon, gray burlap, and pearls. Added lace butterflies as well. The Dream metal word is an oldie but goodie, from the company Making Memories. All the last items have been in my scraproom for years. If you enjoy what you see I hope you will leave me a comment!!
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Graphic 45 Time to Celebrate Birthday card as well. Inked with green on the top part and brown on the bottom, all around all the edges. And a big Green silk ribbon from May Arts Ribbon. Love that yummy color, don't you!! So glad to get my hands on this collection and hoping they enjoy it too!
This bottom card reminds of the face on the inspiration photo of the woman staring start at the illustrator and with a demure, straight faced look. Funny how things hit me!!
Entering for Paper Crafter's Corner Magazine Monday challenge #163 Here
Saturday, October 1, 2016
When I was anticipating traveling to Rome, Italy, I wanted to see more than just the average tourist. It was apparent that there were many tours of the Colosseum in Rome, but only one Underground Tour and you must book it prior and by phone. This part is very important because other agencies will resell the tix and cost you over one hundred more! This tour features the dungeons, and other things as well as your tour of the Colosseum itself, and a pass to do the Forum on your own. I hope you will try and go if you ever travel to Rome. Here is a Tripadvisor advisory of how to book the Underground Tour. The large picture on the left page is of us next to those dungeons! Pretty cool, eh? This was a trip of a lifetime taken in 2014!
The layout: Authentique Devotion papers, Petaloo flowers sprayed darker to match papers, and various cardstocks. The title is cut from on Cricut Explore using the Destination cartridge. I then embossed it using a Versamark pad, and Bronze Zing embossing powder. I used my Score Pal to crease the cardstock to make it a perfect fold so I could include more pics. Also, I popped up a vintage sticker from my stash after mounting it to cardstock.
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Paper Crafter's Corner Magazine Monday #162-For the turquoise and peach/copper colors that lends itself to be vintage feel like the inspiration photo.