Our new class is filled with ways to show the people around you how much they mean to you. From your spouse to your Children to your neighbors there is something in this class for everyone. We will be making a photo frame, a gift card holder, cards and more.
Class will be:
Saturday, February 4th, 2012
Time: 7-10 pm
Where: Flagship room, Ladner, BC
You can head over to our Facebook page or email me for more information.
When I have time I love to do the "Create" blog challenges on Thursday with Paige Evans. Her cards are always so beautiful and she has some pretty cool challenges. This week the challenge was to use squares on a card. My first idea to do a heart from squares didn't work so I did some surfing and saw a pinwheel pattern. I loved the way it turned out - here is the backround before I added my sentiment...
And here is the finished card. I just added a Crate Paper journaling card and some twine.
The card is a little thicker than a normal card with the added dimensional background so keep that in mind if you plan to mail it.
and everything nice that's what little girls are made of. Sunshine and rainbows and ribbons for hair bows, that's what little girls are made of. Tea parties, laces and baby doll faces, that's what little girls are made of.
I love the words in this poem but having two boys I don't get to scrap girls very often. Luckily I have friends and family that have girls and don't mind me borrowing photos to scrap with.
I loved the blue jean look of this paper from the Crate Paper Random Collection and the flower paper was perfect for cutting out and turning into a cute border complete with buttons of course.
It's so fun to be able to make girl layouts every once in a while. Thanks for stopping by :)
I decided to try my hand at making some tutorial videos this year and after finishing this layout I thought this would be a great way to start off so I hope you enjoy it.
I made this layout using the Crate Paper Peppermint collection which I loved and wanted to use up my scraps so I thought I would try and make some snowflakes for my layout. I made them using a scallop circle puch and I love how they turned out.
Here is the video on how I made the snowflakes. I would love to hear what you think of the video!
I fell in love with this little guy when we visited Prince George last year. This paper collection from Amy Tangerine was perfect for these fall photos.
I was so inspired by Kelly Purkey's layout with leaves across the bottom of her photo that I did the sam thing here but covered the entire layout. I handcut the leaves from paper, punched a small hole in the top then threaded them onto twine. I love how it turned out.
I always find I am rushing around a few days before Christmas making extra cards for family and friends and this year was no exception. I know Christmas is over and everyone is moving on to CHA news (I can't wait to see some sneak peeks) but I wanted to share them here on my blog.
The first three were made with the Crate Paper Peppermint Collection and the last one was made with the Echo Park Paper Holly Jolly Christmas Collection.