Friday, June 17, 2011

Scrappy Mom's Sneak Peak!!!

Hey Everyone!!

Thank god its Friday!!! I'm so glad the weekend is here, I have so much house work, organizing, and couponing to do!! BUT today is the new release of not 1 but 2 new sets from Scrappy Mom's.....and as always, they are FANTASTIC.  

Take a peak for yourself: 

For Day#1 of Sneak Peaks I decided to use the Good Eats Set and here is what I created: 

Don't forget to check out the Scrappy Mom Sisters designs by clicking on their name in the right sidebar.

*Recollections cardstock
*Stampin UP! Designer Series Paper (Brights Stack)
*DCWV Mat stack (unfortunately I can't remember what the name of the stack was for the background paper)
*Scrappy Mom's Good Eats Set
*$1 Store Ribbon
*From My Kitchen Cricut Cartridge


  1. Love it!!!Super cute :) Hugs x

  2. Adorable card!! I love these stamps:)
    Sherrie K

  3. So So clever and adorable Trish. love the little bottle caps on those shakers!! Just perfect!


  4. So cute!!! I love the block pattern paper. Great card! :)

  5. I love the salt and pepper shakers. From My Kitchen is one of my favorite cartridges. Great card.

  6. Your Card is so Cute!!! Very Creative. :0)
    cindymarshall63 at hotmail dot com

  7. I love your take on this card!!! So cute!! XOXO, Julie. :0)

  8. Such a cute shaker card! :) ~Jen

  9. CUUUUUTE!!!! Love it!!!

    You had asked what cartridge I got the shape from on my Cherry On Top card....its from Just Because cards!

    Miss chatting with you =)

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