Sunday, July 29, 2012
Thursday, July 26, 2012
So does anyone else bring scrapbooking stuff camping? My family thinks I am nuts but I can not think of anything I would rather do on my down time. This is a picture of the very smal space I work in while camping. It can be quite a challange to find everything and to know what to bring!
This is one of the things I did last week on vacation. the paper is Miracle. The stamp set is You Are (April SOTM) and I also used some color ready craft borders. Scrap Happy! Brenda
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
This layout is done using the Heart 2 Heart sketch http://heart2heartchallenges.blogspot.com/h2h-scrapbooking.htm/ . I love this one. It is easy to add your photos because they all go right down the middle. The paper I used is Serendipity which is an older CTMH paper. I received the paper pack in a mystery box and was "saving " it for something special. I need to stop doing that. I end up with a bunch of great paper packs in my paper stack and no pages. I used my Art Philosophy cartridge to cut out the snowflakes and I used Stickles to add glitter. As a side note Rob almost killed my Cricut today at dinner! I scrapbook at the kitchen table because I have no other room and my Cricut was sitting at the back of it. Rob bumped it off on to the floor! Luckily the only thing that was wrong is that the blade was broken. I think he is a little jealous of my machine because I spend so much time with it. LOL Thanks for stopping by. Scrap Happy to you all.
P.S. I almost forgot! Special thanks to my sister-in-law for some of the pictures. Amanda took some of these pictures and I loved them so I borrowed them for my layout.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Saturday, July 21, 2012
http://cutterscreekdesignteam.blogspot.com by Deanna M.and loved it. It is called a stair step design. The best part is that it fits in a regular card envelope when it is all done. You start with a piece of paper that is 5 1/2 inches by 8 1/2 inches. You line the edge of your paper at the one inch line on your cutter. Then you cut a strip STARTING one inch from the bottom and cut it to the 5 1/4 inches mark. Flip your paper over and cut another one on the other side. Then SCORE your paper at 1 inch 2 inches and 5 1/4 inches from the cut to the outside edge of the paper. Next SCORE your paper at 4 1/4 inches across the middle between the cuts. Fold. First a mountain fold, them a valley fold, and last a mountain fold. .
Here is a side view. The paper I used is lucky. The stamps are Star Power, A Little Of Everything, and the Type set workshop on the go. I also used corrugated stars.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you are staying cool. I have been enjoying my vacation ( today is my last day :-( ) and doing a little crafting. Brenda
Friday, July 20, 2012
I decided I should use up the scraps from krista and I's banner we made for Carlee so I made this little Banner for my friend kathy's birthday. It is going to be hung up at work for a surprise. I hope she likes it. The paper is sweetheart and most everything was cut using my Art Philosophy Cartridge. The bling is from Hobby Lobby. The stamp set is A Little Of Everything. Happy Birthday Kathy!!
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Saturday, July 14, 2012
I just got this stamp in the buy 2 get 1 free sale and I was really excited to use it. Someone I know who likes motorcycles had a birthday. The paper is cruisin, the stamp set is born to ride and the set that comes with the Art Philosophy cartridge. I also used a scrap of victory. I stold the idea for the 2nd and 3rd generation stamping from Suzanne Davis. What a fun stamp set1