Wednesday, October 30, 2013

A few fun goodies today:

This is the October 11th sketch from My Scraps and More.

I flipped the sketch to make it vertical and created this: FROSTED DESIGNS our current challenge is to use a "tag" on your I made my own and create this using MME Cut & Paste:

I also did a couple other layouts for challenges at My Scraps and More:

Monday, October 14, 2013

Frosted Designs challenge & a few other things

Sorry I'm a little late posting this...I've been very sick this past week/weekend.

Our current challenge over at FROSTED DESIGNS is "Kraft, Chipboard and Flair...oh my!"

So I made this layout for friends (this is a photo of them)...and framed it for them.
I attached the flair to the outside (top) of the glass.
I used UmWow Studios Chipboard Arrows & Hearts (and the flair) all available at the FROSTED DESIGNS store!!

I've also done a couple projects for challenges at Memorable Seasons and My Scraps and More...
(It's National Card Month, so a lot of cards this month)

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Journal cards make great titles...

Today is my day to post over at Frosted is my layout using the October kit...full of wonderful goodies!!

I'm going to share a quick and easy layout that I completed using the October Frosted Designs Scrapbooking Kit.

I layered several of the papers and used the large MME title as a prompt to "tell my son" something!
It's perfect since it says "HEY YOU....(I've got something to say)"
Notice the light tan chevron patterned paper just to the left of my photo?'s the packaging from the Webster's Pages twine...(love that!).  And I used the twine itself to ground the bottom of my photo.

I used the My Mind's Eye word stickers (I had to add an A from my stash)...and I changed the color of the Thickers with some paint to make them match my layout.  I love the texture of these after I painted them!
I added my journaling and 3 of the My Mind's Eye pins as accents.
I also added a few of the sequin stars in random spots.

I love how easy this all came together and the papers and embellishments were really easy to work with since they coordinate so nicely.

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