Thursday, September 18, 2014

Lawn Fawn Halloween Goodie Bags - Fall Series Day #3

Hello Everyone!  I'm back again with another project and video for my Fall 2014 Series, and this is my 3rd project in the series.


I've been thinking about what I'm going to create for Kirie's friends at her daycare for goodie bags for Halloween.  I know what your thinking....Its only mid-September BUT when mass producing something, I like to start super early because I start to get bored with creating the same thing over and over and I tend to get slower toward the end. LOL so I like to give myself plenty of time to create something.

When thinking about what I would create, I knew I had to use the new Lawn Fawn Goodie Bag Dies because they are just perfect for a few sweet treats for the kiddos.  I'm also using a few other Lawn Fawn products on this project because I simply could not resist!


Here's a video showing you guys step by step on how to assemble these goodies bags and how I created the rest of the treat bags.  Hope you guys enjoy! 


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Thursday, September 11, 2014

"Pick of the Patch" Teachers Gift - Fall Series Day #2

Hey Everyone!!  Hope you guys are having an awesome week.

On Saturday, I had a project featured over on the Butterfly Reflections, Ink Blog and I just loved it!  I got caught up in work that I totally forgot to post it here....so here it is!

This past week my daughter switched classrooms and teachers at her daycare.  I wanted to give the teachers from her previous class a little thank you gift for how much they have helped my daughter over the summer with just opening up and interacting.

When I needed some inspiration for my project, I headed on over to non other than Pinterest :) And I found this adorable project and decided to put my own spin on my project.


Onto my project, I created some super cute tags to go along with the goodies that I got for the teachers.  For the tags, I've used the Lawn Fawn Stitched Party Banner Dies and Lawn Fawn's Clarks ABCs Stamp Set.  To create my embossed wording, I'm using Versamark Ink and some Ranger Super Fine White Embossing Powder.





And now onto my video showcasing how I created these thank you teachers gifts.


Hope you guys enjoyed this project and it gives you some ideas for any future teachers gifts you may need to create!

See you back here soon!!

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Paper Smooches "Anything Goes" Challenge - Fall Series Day #1

Hello Everyone,

Today I've decided to join in on the Paper Smooches Anything Goes Challenge.


Anything Goes is my favorite because you can just create anything your heart desires :)  I've decided to start on my Fall 2014 Series and use some super cute Paper Smooches Stamps for my first card!

(I apologize for the lack of enthusiasm in voice, the cold that my daughter gave me last week is still lingering and I can't seem to get rid of a cough.  Thus I sound horrible and sometimes sound like I have no idea what I'm talking about LOL)




I just LOVE this bat....he is so stinkin' adorable!!  I like how he lost his balance and the only one thats upside-down :)






Hope you guys enjoyed this card!  I'm excited to be creating more fall/halloween projects soon... my goal is 13 projects before the end of October...fingers crossed I can make it.

I'll be see you guys back here real soon!


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Friday, August 29, 2014

Scrappy Moms Stamps August Release - Day #3


Happy Friday! Hope you guys are having a great day and are gearing up for the weekend.  

I'm here today to show you my last creation for this release.  Today, I'm showing you an envelope that I've 'snazed' up.  Normally my envelopes are just so incredibly drab and the card on the inside is so fun and cheery! So I'm using this envelope to send out the card I created yesterday :) 



As you can see, this project is so simply but makes SUCH a different on a plain ole envelope.  I first stamped the sentiment from "Filled with Love" with Versamark and head embossed it with Tim Holtz Detailed White embossing powder.  

Once I let that cool for a few seconds, I then went to town with ink :) Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry and a whole lot of Blending! 

And that completes the envelope.  Just think of what the recipient would say once they got this out of the mailbox!! Makes me so excited! 

Thanks for joining me on this release.  I'll be back soon and hopefully I'll be feeling 100%. 

See you soon!

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Scrappy Mom Stamps August Release - Day # 2

Hello Everyone and Good Evening!

This week has been quite a world wind of the baby bringing home a small cold from Day-care to me getting a HORRENDOUS chest cold from it.  I somehow got through work on Tuesday but crashed that night and spent all day Wednesday and this morning in bed.  Just this evening I got enough energy to get out of bed.

Anyways....onto the real reason y'all are here, Day #2 of the Scrappy Moms August Release.  Today, I'm creating a card with some watercoloring and the new "What can I say?" Stamp set by Scrappy Moms.



I used Tim Holtz Distress Markers to watercolor my The Greeting Farm Stamp from the Super Secret Stamp Club.

And thats its for my project today.  Its a fairly simple card with a lot of pattern paper, a few enamel dots and some time/patience coloring (i'm still really new at watercoloring).

I'll see you guys back here tomorrow to share my last creation for the release.

See you soon!

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Scrappy Moms Stamp August Release - Day #1

Hello Everyone!

Hope your Saturday is going awesomely and that your enjoying your weekend, no matter what you have planned :)

Today I'm here to showcase the brand new Scrappy Mom's Stamps that have just been released.   Here's a look at them again:




For today's card I'm keeping it Very simple and using the What Can I Say? Stamp set.  




I created the background of my card with Blending some Tim Holtz Distress Inks in Tumbled Glass, Salty Ocean, and Faded Jeans.  I then die cut the MFT Sun Rays from Yellow card stock and heat embossed it with some clear glitter embossing powder and topped that off with 2 coats of regular clear embossing powder.  All of the sun rays are popped up on Foam adhesive and white heat embossed my sentiment on a cloud cut to of vellum from the Lawn Fawn Spring Showers Die Set.  

Hope you guys enjoyed stopping by!  Be sure to check out the other design teams projects by clicking their name in the right side bar!

See you back here soon!

Friday, August 22, 2014

Scrappy Mom's August Release

Hello Everyone and Happy Friday!

Scrappy Mom's has released 2 new stamp sets.  Check them out below:



I'll be here tomorrow with a project showcasing these stamp sets!  

In the mean time, please head on over to the other design team members blogs by clicking on their name in the right side bar to see their amazing projects! 

See you back here soon!

 
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