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! I hope you all had a fabulous weekend. First of all I want to thank everyone for joining in the fun at the Fall Chills and Halloween Thrills Blog Hop! Weren’t all of the projects in the blog hop awesome? There were a total of 91 comments and the random winner of my blog candy goes to Rebecca!
Rebecca said, “Cute bags! inspires me to make some for my coworkers! What a wonderful idea! I’m a new follower!”
Thanks Rebecca, I will send your prize out right away!
Hi everyone welcome to the Fall Thrills & Halloween Chills Blog Hop.
This hop is all about the beauty of Fall and the haunting spookiness of Halloween all wrapped up in one. So grab a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy the thrills and chills along the way.
There are six stops and you won’t want to miss any of them!
If you are here from the awesome Miss Mary’s blog then you are in the right place. If you just happened onto my blog today and would like to join us, then start at the beginning here which is Melissa’s blog.
Each blog has a bit of Candy to be won and here is how. Make sure you comment and are a follower. If you are a follower, your comment could be randomly drawn to win some fantastic prizes!
Read each blog post carefully to see what is being offered at each stop along the way!
For my project I decided to create two different Halloween Treat Bags.
Here s a closeup of the first treat bag. It’s actually a cut little treat sack created from the Stampin Up Mini Treat Bag Thinlit Die. I love the little zig zag edge. The design paper is also from Stampin Up.
For the second little treat holder I created something a little smaller. I used the same Stampin Up design paper and a fun little stamp set. I punched out a couple of stars from black glimmer paper.
Now for why blog candy… I decided to give away a little kit so you can recreate these two treat holders just in time for Halloween. All you need to do is comment and follow my blog. That’s it. Next stop is Georgiana. Make sure you check out all of the blogs along the way for some amazing inspiration!
Hello everyone! Today is my day to post for the Miss Kate Cuttables blog. I have a little gift tag to share. I created this winter themed tag using a file from Miss Kate Cuttables.
Here is my tag.
As you can see I didn’t use all of the layers from the file. I wanted to add some texture and dimension so I added a fun wooden snowflake charm from ButterBee Scraps. I add some glittered ribbon trim from Stampin’ Up as well.
I used some mini brads from Stampin Up along the skate laces.
It needed a little more sparkle so I added a large silver sequin to the center of the snowflake and then used my clear Wink of Stella brush marker along the edge of the skate as well as the heel. I added a little twine bow to finish it off.
I like how it turned out. This tag would look really cute on a gift bag or present. Or you could just hang it up.