Sunday, July 31, 2016

CTMH Water color cardsCloe To My Heart paper also

    Well Hello,
I am a little over a week out after my knee surgery (torn meniscus and bone spurs) I am just feeling up to doing a little more. I did do a bunch of coloring with my Copics and Touch Twin markers while I sat on the couch with ice on my knee, I also watched a ton of YouTube videos and maybe a little bit of online shopping.
    I used my CTMH water colors for these cards. The stamp are: Pair-a-Phrase, A Bow-wow ( CTMH), and Funny bones. The paper is Creative Basics-Emporium and Super Hero. I think there is a scrap from another Cloes To My Heart paper thrown in there also. Thanks for stopping by and Scrap Happy!

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Today Is The Day!

   I have been working seven days a week so to get my craft fix I started this little project. I took some older paper ( that I have been hoarding) and cut it up to make some embellishments. That way I can do a little when I have some time and easily pick back up latter. I think this was a week long project. Then I packaged them up and sent some in the mail to my crafty friends. I used a paper punch for the little silverware and added Liquid Glass to some.
    So today is the day I have my knee surgery and that should give me some extra crafty time. I am not looking forward to the surgery, but I am to some time off. Lets just get this over with!! Okay here are some more pictures and hopefully a video if it works.
       I made a couple of cards using some older CTMH Paper and Ribbon and a Tim Holtz bow die. The burlap is from my stash.

Thanks for stopping by!

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Hooray For Summer Camping.

    Ahh Summer! I finally got a little time off from work and we went camping this weekend. Hooray!,These pictures are from a few years ago camping but I am still in vacation mode so I thought  they would be fun ones to post. I got the paper from a small scrapbook store last year while we were camping but I am not sure who they are made by. So real soon, latter this week, I am going to have knee surgery and then I will be off of work for a bit. I am hoping to get some crafting done since I can do that from my chair! I am not looking forward to the surgery but I am to the time off! Scrap Happy!

Monday, July 11, 2016

Shake It Up!

  Shaker cards and sequins are my thing lately. These were made with my cousin in mind who was recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer. I used a Sizzix die to cut out the ribbon. The felt hearts and purse brad were in my stash. The pink Ric-Rack is from Close To My Heart. The sequins I recently ordered from Cartwright Sequins.The Sentiment is a stamp from CTMH. I tried two different ways to make the shaker. One is with a acetate sheet and foam tape and the other was a clear bag from a local craft store.  The bag was easier but I think I like the look of the other one better and the sequins seem to move better. Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, July 8, 2016


  This paper is really old from CTMH. It is a Level One if that tells you how old it is. I used the stickers that came with the paper. I just love how all these pictures turned out! Once I got Mandy and her friends involved in taking photos everyone played along. Those girls were all about taking the pictures. Scrap Happy! Brenda

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Sew Sweet cards

   I used a Sizzix die from Tim Holtz to make these cards. I cut everything out a  bunch of times so I could make the sewing things in different colors. The red paper is an older CTMH Christmas set. The lace is from Maya Road and I had it in my stash. The sentiment was from a CTMH set. These cards were really fun to make. Thanks for stopping by and Scrap Happy!

Saturday, July 2, 2016

Missing Summer!

   Well guess who is working all weekend again! Yup you guessed it, me. I get Sunday night off for the holiday. So I have been working a little craft time in when I can to keep sane. I made these jars right after we got back from our trip for spring break. The letters were cut out using my Cricut. The paper is CTMH. The shell stickers were from my stash. I painted the lids with crackle paint by Tim Holtz and the sand and shells are from Myrtle Beach! Thanks for stopping by and enjoy some sun for me!