Hello everyone! I hope everyone had an amazing holiday and is ready for a fabulous 2019. For my first project of 2019 I thought I would break out the amazing Graphics 45 Proper Gentlemen DCE. I was super thrilled that Graphic 45 brought this back as a DCE.
I used quite a few of the G45 Staples in this project. I’ve had several people ask about keeping the lid on the box up so at the end of the walk through I will share how I do that.
Enjoy! Thanks for watching!
Today I have a couple of projects to share with you that I created for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts. The first project is a fun little autograph style mini album. I used some fun papers from Echo Park and some really cute elements from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts.
Front inside cover
Inside page with flap open
Back inside cover
To alter the chipboard postage frames I just used some black craft paint to keep it simple. For the flowers I used white craft paint and added some red bling to the centers. The postage frames and doodle frames went really well with this Disney themed mini album.
Postage Frames D79C
5 Petal Flowers w/Flourish D12P
Doodle Frame Square BB44A
Doodles Set 1 BB46A
For the second project I created a fun fold out card. I used the Frontier paper collection by Authentique and some really cute barbed wire frames from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts. My aunt owns a ranch and is turning 90 and I thought this would make a really great birthday card for her.
Here’s the front of the card.
A closer look at the cute barbed wire frame.
Here’s the inside of the fold out card. I used some more of the fun barbed wire frames around the vintage images.
Here’s the last foldout and a place for me to write my birthday greeting.
To alter the barbed wire frames I used Distress Stain in walnut stain and vintage photo. Then I applied a dab of Antique Bronze Distress paint around the edges.
Barbed Wire Frame Circle
Barbed Wire Frame Rectangle
Here’s a quick video showing a little more detail. Thanks for watching! Thanks to Gina of Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts for the opportunity to design with her fabulous chipboard elements!
Hello everyone! Today I have a fun chipboard mini album to share with you using the Photoplay We Bought a Zoo collection. All of the products for this fun project can be purchased at Button Farm Club.
Thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! Today I have a mini album to share with you. I used Photoplay’s Moments in Time Collection for this project. The base of this mini album is one of the chipboard albums from Prima by Frank Garcia. I used the tall version.
Here’s the link to the Button Farm Club to purchase a kit.
You can check out all of the details in my video below! Have a great weekend!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fast little project created with EchoParks’s Imagine That 6×6 paper pad. You can pick up this fun collection at a Country Craft Creations.
Hello everyone! Today I am really excited to share with you a project that I created using Photoplay’s new Paper Crane collection. This collection is super adorable. I used the collection kit along with the chipboard elements, enamel dots, and layered stickers.
You can get all of these amazing items and an instruction sheet from the Button Farm Club.
Thanks for watching!
Happy Monday everyone! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Just wanted to share a gift that I made for a friend. The title was cut from the Boys Will Be Boys cartridge as were the trucks. This 5×7 chipboard album contains lots of space for photos, as well as having a few interactive photo mats. (see photo gallery below, click photos to enlarge)
This album is also my entry for the Cricut Circle Monthly Challenge. It was made before Christmas but I didn’t want to spoil the surprise, so waited until after Christmas to post!
Thanks for stopping by. Have a fabulous last-week of 2010.
Hey everyone. Happy Monday! Here’s a mini album I made for a Silent Auction.
My niece’s daughter is a gymnast and they’re having a silent auction as a fund raiser for their team, so my niece asked me if I would be willing to donate one of my creations to be auctioned off. This is what I came up with.
The Mary Englebreit chipboard house was purchased at my local Michaels store. The paper is a Michaels exclusive DCWV “Tis the Season” paper stack, which has lots of glitter and uses the traditional green and red colors, as well as some non-traditional pink and blue. (click photos to enlarge)
Thanks for stopping by. Please leave a comment.