Saturday, February 27, 2010
Monday, February 15, 2010
I have always wanted to use Random.Org and here it is:
Comment 93 won my friendship pins! So Pam (prcusberg) please email me with your address! This is her comment:
Oh, your projects are so pretty. What am I doing for V-day? Going to my MIL's for dinner. Woo-hoo! Thanks, Pam
Thank you all again for the wonderful comments!
Friday, February 12, 2010
I had so many ideas but was only able to do a few of them. I wanted to make some favours so I took some old clothespins, covered with pattern paper, stamped Friends on it and then using some flowers and pearls made the magnet clips. ****Stay tuned to the end of this post for your chance to win these friends clips!*****
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Here is my 8th project of my 20 Use Your Stash Challenge! (#5,6,7) will be revealed next Saturday. This page is a scraplift of a digital layout I saw on Sweet Shoppe Designs that I just fell in love with! I was able to use more of the K&Company papers (I just love them!) and some elements from my A Million Memories kit I won from The Next Step in November. I also got to use some vintage text paper. Old picture of Parker but a cute one! I think the title is self-explanatory and I didn't need to journal on this one. I will be busy making some tags for an upcoming Creative Packaging class I am doing for a local Sew Resourceful program. So I will be MIA for projects - only tags. Bye for now.
Friday, February 5, 2010
Here's my take on the challenge. I decided since Valentine's Day is just around the corner I wanted to make a Vday card for my hubby from Parker and I. I used three envelopes to make the card/mini album. I have been wanting to do one of these ever since I saw the how-to's on Heather Nichols blog (click on link to see tutorial). I used mostly BG Bittersweet papers and some vintage papers. I used regular shipping tags and my Distress Inks. Lots of stiching as usual and I used some old stickers from my stash from many years ago (hearts and fabric tags). I also used some vintage buttons that I used on the front cover to keep the 'book' closed.
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