Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Today I want to share a couple of tags that I created to celebrate someone’s birthday!.
To create my tags I used a really great die set from My Creative Time. I’ve wanted this die set for a long time so I was when I finally got it I had to make something!. I got the actual two different dies as well as the layers for the dies. Here’s a closeup.
The design paper is from Stampin Up. I love the cute little ric-rak trim piece along the bottom. This is also part of the die set. The word celebrate is actually from another word die set by Tim Holtz.
Here’s a closeup of the other tag.
For this cute tag I added another smaller little stamp and die set from My Creative Time layered on the top. I added some striped grosgrain ribbon through the hole at the top of each tag and some white bakers twine. I really like how they turned out! And I really love this new die set! Have a great weekend!
Stampin Up Cardstock – cucumber crush
Stampin Up Design Paper – Cherry On Top
Stampin Up Striped Ribbon – Crushed Curry
white bakers twine
mini chalkboard stamp and die set – My Creative Time
Tag Dies – My Creative Time
Tag Die Layers – My Creative Time
Celebrate Word Die – Tim Holtz
Hi everyone! Today I would like to share a project I created for a swap over at Mini Album Scraps. I created some altered paper bags using the Graphic 45 Twas the Night Before Christmas paper collection. Thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! Today I have another design team project to share with you for ButterBee Scraps. I created a file folder mini album using the gorgeous Graphic 45 Christmas Carol paper collection. I didn’t get to make a video so this post is photo heavy!
The mini album measures 6×8-1/2. I created the file folder pages using the envelope punch board.
I added two awesome corner filigrees to the cover as well as a bronze metal snowflake. I layered some elements from the design paper and doily. I created a small cluster of Petaloo flowers and added a bronze leaf. The spine is pretty simple with just a chipboard element. I did use some antique gold rub and buff around the edges of the front cover.
There are 6 file folders for this mini album. Here are the photos of the pages.
There you have it. Make sure you check out all of the awesome products over at ButterBee Scraps.
Hi everyone! Today I want to share a project I created with some new products that are now available in the Butterbee Scraps store. Monique sent me four new products and asked me to create a project. Here’s what I came up with.
My inspiration for this project came from seeing a great project that Danielle Copley of Scrapbook Maven had done. Here’s the link to her project.
I used the beautiful Graphic 45 Mon Amour Paper Collection. I love the colors in this collection. I used two of the new products I was sent on the outside of the box. The corners and the key hole worked really well on this project. I also used some other elements from the Butterbee Scraps as well.
I created a couple of cards and a tag to showcase the other two new products I was sent.
I love the gold butterflies and flowers. I paired them with the Simple Stories I Am papers. I really like how they turned out.
Make sure you check out all the fabulous products that Monique has in her shop. Here’s a list of the new products that I used.
Hello everyone! Today I have a project to share with you using a fun Miss Kate Cuttables file called Passport.
I used my awesome Cricut Explore Air to create this fun realistic passport. I welded the back layer to the front layer then scored it down the middle. I duplicated the white layer so I would have one for both sides of my booklet.
For the front of the booklet I wanted some gold leafing so the passport would look meow realistic. I punched out a white circle and used my Krylon gold leaf pen around the edges. I just wanted the gold to show up through the leaves.
On the inside I added a punched red stamp and a little photo frame.
Hello everyone! I have another envelope mini album to share. This mini album uses the Simple Stories I Am paper collection. I used 2 of the 6×6 paper pads as well as the 12×12 sheet of 3×4 journal cards. I also used some of the 12×12 coordinating basics.
Simple Stories I Am 6×6 paper pad – 2
Simple Stories I am 12×12 journaling card elements 3×4
Simple Stories I Am chipboard frames
Simple Stories I Am bits & pieces
Simple Stories I Am 12×12 Unique – 2
Simple Stories I Am 12×12 Creative – 2
Simple Stories I Am 12×12 Fabulous – 2
Paper Studio kraft cardstock
Paper Studio kraft cards/envelopes
Stampin” Up very vanilla cardstock
Distress Ink frayed burlap
Hello everyone! Well today I want to share a mini file folder album that I created using the 3×4 cut-a-parts from the Simple Stories Say Cheese collection. Whew! This is the last of the papers! This is a fun little project so make sure you watch until the end for the quick little tutorial!
Hello everyone! Today I have a project to share with you. This is a design team project for ButterBee Scraps Artistic Treasures. For my project I created a mini album using the Tim Holtz Correspondence Paper Stash. All of the metal embellishments that I used from ButterBee Scraps Artistic Treasures are listed below. Thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! I’m back with another Simple Stories Say Cheese easy mini album. This time I used the 4×6 cut a parts from the paper collection that are horizontal. It’s really easy and a great beginner project. I only have a few kits. They are $25.00 plus shipping. If interested send me an email. I take PayPal only and will send an invoice. Stay tuned to see what I do with the 3×4 cut a parts!