I just finished preparing my xmas card workshop for the weekend and thought I would share the results. Overall, I am pretty pleased. In this card making workshop you create 8 cards from one piece of colored cardstock and one random stamped cardstock. It is a pretty simple design, with lots of room for creativity. This is the first random stamped card set I have ever made. Hope you enjoy them!
Friday, November 20, 2009
I have been sick for the last week, so was very happy that I had some energy yesterday afternoon to do some laundry and play with a very cool stamp set by CTMH - Ms. Holiday Cheer. I can't wait to make more cards with her. Of course, me being the pink lover that I am, had to try a holiday card using non-traditional colors. Let me know what you think!
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Today I had an hour to make some long awaited thank you cards. I used card bases from a CTMH card kit and then embellished with ribbon, flowers, stamps and the my stickease that came with the bases. It is hard to tell in the photos, but there is glitter on the white flower and around the diamond shape on the second card. The color is a little off from what they really are, but sometimes my photography is not the best. Hope you enjoy them!
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Wow! A finished project (well almost) - I just need to add the recipes. I decided that I wanted to preserve recipes from my grandmothers' to pass on to my daughter some day. The album below is the project that I have created. It is a chipboard album kit from Bo Bunny, which of course I made changes to suit my own style.
Have a scrappy day,
Have a scrappy day,
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
I finished my scrapbook space this summer and many people have asked me to share pictures of it. Thank you to my sweetheart Dean for building this room for me. I truly love this space and find that it makes me instantly happy everytime I walk into it. For those of you that do not like pink, I am warning you to put on some sunshades as it is bright - but that is one of the reasons I love it! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
Labels: Scrapbook Room