Hey everyone!I hope everyone had a fabulous holiday! I wanted to post the winner of the giveaway I did after the file folder tutorial series. There were a total of 138 comments. The winner was comment 52.
Mary Hoobler….Mary said,”Thanks for the final review. This is awesome and you inspired me to create a book using some paper I’ve had for several years and didn’t know what to do with. It doesn’t have the chipboard and other goodies that Graphic 45 produces, but I made some larger booklets from the paper and now seeing what you’ve done will add some flowers from the leftover paper. Thanks for the inspiration and terrific videos!”
Congratulations Mary! Please send me your shipping address and I will get your prize out to you!
Here is the final review of the file folder mini album. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial series as much I did. Have a fabulous weekend! And don’t forget to leave a comment on this blog post for a chance to win a little prize! Everyone is welcome to enter! I will leave the comments open until midnight PST on December 24.
Hi everyone! Thanks for stopping by! I have had several requests to do a tutorial on the file folder mini album. I created this style of mini album using the Graphic 45 Rare Oddities collection and most recently the Graphic 45 Christmas Carol collection. This tutorial will be another “series” set of videos. In order to give everyone an opportunity to create this project along with me I created a quick video showing the supplies you will need.
Hi everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Today I want to share a card that I created for the Miss Kate Cuttables blog. I used one of the cute snow globe files to make a shaker card.
Here’s the front of my card.
My card measures 5-1/2×7-1/4. I didn’t use all of the cuts from the snow globe file because I wanted to make a shaker card. I used my Cricut Explore Air to do this. I love how you can manipulate files to create just exactly what you want. I added some chunky snow filler in my shaker card.
The background paper is from Stampin Up’s Merry Moments paper pack. The sentiment is from the stamp set Christmas Cuties which is also from Stampin Up. I left the inside blank so I can add my own personal greeting.
There you have it! That’s my card. I think I’m going to send it to the grandkids! Make sure you check out all of the cute files over at Miss Kate.
Hello everyone! Welcome to the Over the Moon Baby Blog Hop! You will be inspired by all of the Baby gifts and ideas on this hop. Our friend Jen is expecting a little one soon and we thought it would be fun to have a little blog hop in her honor. There are only 7 stops along the way so get ready for some amazing baby gift idea inspiration! For my project I created a little mini album using the Simple Stories Hello Baby paper collection. Enjoy!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a set of 4 Christmas cards that I created using the beautiful Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 12×12 December Cut-A-Part page. This is one of my all time favorite collections from Graphic 45. Here’s the first card.
This card measures 4-1/4 x 4-1/14 square. I added one of the cute stamps from the page to the inside of the card to finish it off.
Here is the second card. This card measures 4-1/2×4-1/2.
Here’s the inside of the card.
The next card in the series measures 4-1/4×5-1/2. I used the triple banner punch from Stampin’ Up to create the layered banner on the front of the card. I also used papers from the 6×6 paper pad. I left the inside blank.
For the last card I used the Snow Flurry embossing folder from Anna Griffin for the background. I fussy cut the poinsettia images and added some clear Wink of Stella to the petals. I add a couple of red jingle bells to the center of one of the tag cut outs. Again, I left the inside blank. The card measures
4-1/4x 5-1/2 and is a landscape style card.