A special picture of my daughter and her great grandmother. Supplies used: CTMH Sonata papers and cardstock (Lilac Mist, Hollyhock, and Chocolate), flowers from a rummage sale, Karen Foster 3D butterfly sticker, Silver Glitter Alphabet Chipboard by K&Co, CTMH organdy ribbon, and Precious Finds adhesive gems by EK Success.
Archive for March, 2009
The Magic Kingdom at WDW is truly a magical place and I wanted to show that through my layout. Supplies used: double-sided Disney papers by EK Success, diecut from an online swap, CTMH Magic stamp set, liquid glass, and Martha Stewart florentine gold glitter.
Crazy Day at school means goofy hair, mismatched clothes, and anything else that you can think of that is out of the ordinary.
Supplies used: CTMH Let’s Get Together papers and cardstock, MM chipboard letters and paint, CTMH Colonial White ric rac, flower unknown, and Skittle/Pebble/Dew Drop for the center.
Paper by CTMH. Chipboard letters by Provo Craft.
This is a heavier 12×12 trimmer by Making Memories. It comes with a magnetic ruler that stores underneath. The best feature to this is that the blade is self-sharpening so there are no replacement parts. It has a rotary blade and cuts beautifully straight and sharp every time. This is the most exact cutting trimmer I have ever owned. Although it does take up a fair amount of space, I have made room for it on my desk because I love it so much. You can fold it in half to take to crops or so it fits in a smaller space. Down sides to this trimmer are that you cannot cut chipboard or more than 2 sheets of heavy cardstock at a time. You can also not cut small pieces of paper (ex. 1″ x 1″) because of the guard that the paper slides underneath. You can cut 1″ off a 12″ sheet of paper but once it is 2″, it is difficult to cut in half. This is my favorite cutter and I would not want to be without it, however if you are looking for an all-in-one tool this is not it. I use this cutter every time I scrapbook but I also use other trimmers to cut smaller pieces of paper.