Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Sunday, December 26, 2010
Friday, December 24, 2010
A day late but I hope everyone had a wonderful and magical Christmas. This christmas was by far the best one yet, my son(age almost 3) is at the age that he could finally take it all in and enjoy what was going on. He was soooo cute when he saw the gifts magically appear from Santa, he even scratched his head, he didn't understand how they got there lol, it was PRICELESS!
Above is a picture of the wreath that I made for our front door. It's MY VERY FIRST WREATH that I made. =) I must admit, I love how it turned out. All it took was a few poinsettias, ornaments and $3.00 wreath from Michaels. I bought a Bowdabra (hahaha! It's a little machine that helps you make gorgeous bows) like the one you see on this wreath...
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Here's a sneak to the January Scrap That! Kit, which is nothing shy of amazing! Stay tuned for the full reveal on the 26th!! This is one you WON'T WANT TO MISS!..I think this is my new fave kit to date.=)
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Here it is:
Here is my take on it, surprisingly enough, I refrained from piling on the embellies lol...being it was a more simple sketch.
To check out the other gals and what they did with this sketch, click HERE.
Monday, December 13, 2010
I said I would be back to share something else with you.
Here's a design team layout I made for IOD, using the "Loolah" collection.
I made my own flowers, sprinkling them with Diamond Dust. =) I used some of the Loolah rhinestone brads as the centers for the 2 smaller flowers.
Here's are a couple of closeups on the cardstock stickers.
*For my title, I used one of the alpha sticker sheets, which if you look closely, you're really suppose to peel off just the letters and use them for your title, but I LOVED the small print that completed the title so I just cut out the whole square from the sheet, making it my title.=)
Products used: Paper: Loolah Collection (25559),(25576),(25558),(25560),(25555); Pearls & Brads (26501),(26500); Cardstock stickers (26503),(25567),(25568),(26504); Die Cut Journaling Pad(26505)
Ok ladies That is all! Now off to bed and hopefully fall asleep soon!
Thanks for visiting!
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Monday, December 6, 2010
What you will need:
-patterned paper(preferrably double sided)
-center such a brad, pearl, button, etc.
STEP 1...Cut 2 SAME SIZE squares. I chose mine to be 3x3. Cut each corner almost to the center. Be careful to not cut all the way to the center or else ur square will fall apart.
Here are both pinwheels done.
Step 3...Take either(which will be the one that goes on top when u layer them) and add your center. For mine, I added a pearl brad. =)
STEP 4...Take both your pinwheels, the one with the center being the top one, and layer them. I adhered mine together with hot glue, any fast drying heavy duty glue will due. Here is your finished pinwheel! Ready to add to any of your projects.
Here is a layout I made, using pinwheels. All papers are from My Minds Eye. These "Little Boy Blue" papers were perfect for this summer picture of my son, eating his first ever snow cone, he loved it to say the least.
I hope you have enjoyed this quick and easy tutorial, as well as the layout. Hope you all have a great night.