If you are interested in signing up for the class, please contact me via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org. I will send you a PayPal invoice for the class. Once payment is received your spot will be secure.
The class is limited to 10 students.
Here are a few more photos of the class project. The mini album measures 5-1/2×7-1/2.
Hello everyone! The Valentine blog Hop this weekend was a big hit! Thank you to everyone who joined in the fun. Thank you for all of the wonderful comments! They are much appreciated! So the random winner of my Valentine Blog Hop prize is comment #84 Shirl Singletary!
Shirl said,”Love this mini album I watch your videos a lot while I travel and try many of your projects. This mini album is on my list for next project to try Thanks.”
Congratulations Shirl! Please send me your shipping information and I will get your mini album prize sent out!
Hi everyone! I have a few leftover card kits from my last class. Eight to be exact. If anyone is interested in purchasing just let me know. They are $28 plus shipping. The kit makes 5 cards using the G45 Place in Time collection.
If you would like to see the finished cards, just scroll down to the original post.
Just send me an email via the contact me form if you are interested.
Have a great day!
Hello everyone! It’s Friday so that means it’s time for another challenge over at PDE Linky Party! This will be the last challenge for 2016. The challenge this week is “Anything Goes!”. I decided to create a little cocoa pouch using some fun papers from Echo Park’s I Love Winter collection by Lori Whitlock.
I used some fun doily dies, scallop circle dies, and circle punches to create several layers to add to the center of the pouch. The pouch is a die cut also.
The cute little mittens were from a border strip off of the design paper that I cut out with a circle punch. I used snowflake punch to add some glittery snowflakes and added a little red bling to the centers. I decided the little mittens needed some sparkle as well!
There you have it! I added some yummy cocoa and a peppermint stick to the inside of the pouch and tied it off with some pretty ribbon. Make sure you join the fun at PDE Linky Party! Have a great New Year!
Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. It’s time for another challenge at PDE Linky Party! The challenge this week is “All Cards”. Here’s the card I created using the Prima Sweet Peppermint Collection by Frank Garcia.
I love the colors in this collection! I used the coordinating flowers and crystals to decorate the front of my card. That’s it! I hope you will join the fun over at PDE Linky Party! Have a great weekend!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun banner that I created using Graphic 45 St. Nicholas collection. I used a combination of the 12×12 and 6×6 papers to create my banner. I used the fun ATC alpha tags from Graphic 45 as well to spell out the word NOEL.
I wanted the banner to hold some little envelopes and other bits so I used a fun treat sleeve die from My Creative Time. I only had kraft ATC Alpha tags so I used my Copic wide marker and colored the tags black. I backed them with some gold glitter cardstock so the letters would be nice and sparkly!
I used some beautiful Prima flowers and leaves to decorate the front and tuck inside the sleeves. I die cut some doilies using my favorite go to doily dies from My Creative Time to layer behind the tags.
I used a fun little Prima postcard stamp and added a few little postcards as well. The fun little envelopes were die cut from an envelope die by My Favorite Things called You’ve Got Mail.
That’s my festive sparkly little Christmas banner. I hope you like it! Have a great day!
Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by!It’s time for another challenge over at PDE Linky Party. The challenge this week is Anything Goes. For my project I created some fun mini treat holders. These will hold a full size Ghiradelli chocolate.
I used some fun plaid paper from Lawn Fawn. The solid cardstock is from Stampin’ Up. I made three holders using traditional white,red, and green. I tied the little holders closed with some fun twine by Lawn Fawn. Here’s a closeup of the holders.
Here’s a picture showing the holder open.
I finished decorating the front of my holders using a fun little stamp set from My Creative Time. I also used a scallop circle die and circle punch to cut them out. These were super quick and easy to create. My inspiration of this project came from Angie at mychicnscratch.com
You could use this little holder for a piece of pretty jewelry and close it with a magnet. How fun would that be! Have a great weekend and I hope you join the fun at PDE Linky Party!