Today is the last day of sneak peeks. Today we are showcasing two more fun products. Coffin Treat Box Die and Spooky Tags. I used both of the products in my project today.
I used a fun patterned paper from Authentique for the bottom of the treat box and a solid black cardstock for the top of the treat box. I did add some glitter paper behind the spider web so it would stand out. I also die cut the cute little spider from glitter cardstock as well.
Here’s a closer look.
The sentiment that I used on the little Spooky Tag comes from the Happy Witchin set which we showcased on day one.
I used some fun halloween trim to tie the cute little treat box closed.
There you have it!! Don’t forget…
***Sneak Peek giveaway!***
We will be giving away the sets we are showcasing each day to ONE lucky winner! For example, the set we are showcasing on Wednesday, Emma will announce the winner of that on Thursday & the sets we are showcasing on Thursday, Emma will announce that winner on Friday on my blog! ALL you have to do is leave a comment on each of our blogs! You are NOT required to comment on EVERY SINGLE blog, but the more you comment on, the more chances you have for winning! VERY IMPORTANT, PLEASE leave a way for us to contact you w/your comment just in case “YOU” are the lucky winner! For EXTRA entries, you can spread the word about this release on Facebook, tweet about it OR even instagram it! #mycreativetime! GOOD LUCK EVERYONE & let’s start spreading the word!;)
Hey everyone! Today I have a mini album to share with you using Authentiques’ Voyage paper pad and the 3×4 journal cards.
I love all of the nautical images and the colors in this collection. This is a project that was created for Country Craft Creations. A big thank you to Tamra for sending me this amazing paper pad! Thanks for watching!
Hi everyone!! Today’s post is all about giving! My friend Mel from MelB’sCreations on YouTube is having her annual Operation Valentine 2020. I donate a prize each year for this wonderful event. Check out my video for details!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a mini album that I created using Authentique’s Romance Collection. I love all of the pinks, reds and creams in this collection. Thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a card that I created with the Authentique Solitude Collection. This is a very vintage inspired winter collection.
My card measures 5-1/2×5-1/2 square. I layered one of the design papers onto some ivory cardstock then added another layer of dark grayish green cardstock. I then added this to the frontof my card.
I die cut a doily using a BoBunny Mandala die from the same ivory cardstock. I trimmed out one of the 3×4 cut aparts and layered it onto the same red cardstock as the card base.
I added some flowers from Graphic 45 and Little Birdie crafts to the bottom left corner, along with a bow from some fabulous silk ribbon by May Arts. I had these cute little acorn charms in my stash so I tied them together with some jute string and attached them to the upper left hand corner. I trimmed out the quote from the company branding strip and added it to the bottom of the card front.
I finished off the inside of the card with some more of the design paper.
That’s my card. Have a fabulous week!
Hello everyone! I am super excited to announce that I am coming back to Scraps of Love in Peoria Arizona to teach three fabulous workshops. Here’s a quick video of the class projects. You can contact the store directly to get all the information and to sign up.
Hello everyone! Today I have a trifold folio to share with you using the Authentique Jingle collection. This is a project that I taught at a retreat in Ohio for Country Craft Creations. 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 another project to share with you. A few years back I created a mini album using envelopes. I still get lots of comments on that project so I decided to create a similar style project using the Authentique Frontier Collection.
I received the sample papers from Authentique at Creativation in January. The sticker sheet was just a printed version onto cardstock so I needed to fussy cut those images out. I absolutely love this collection so I ordered the collection kit.
I have an aunt who is having a milestone birthday next year so this collection will be perfect to celebrate with. She also happens to own a ranch.
Hello everyone! I have a few projects to share today using Authentique Sea Maiden. This collection is really fun. The colors are very vintage and there are some great images.
Have a great weekend!