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November 2012 CTMH Use Your Stash Blog Hop – All Scraps

WELCOME!  I’m so glad you are joining us for our “Use Your Stash Blog Hop”.  If you have already started, you should be coming from Joy’s Blog.  If this is your first stop, continue through until you make your way back here.  This month we are focusing on our scraps.  This is one of my favorite challenges because I love using things up.

Supplies used: Die Cuts with a View paper, Close to My Heart ribbons, Close to My Heart Just Blooms Flutter Paper Shapes, American Crafts Thickers, and Close to My Heart Opaque Mocha Adhesive Gems.

When I first think of “use up scraps” I think of paper.  But for this hop I decided to do something different and use up some embellishments, specifically scraps of ribbon.  I really like using paper like this that already has a pattern on it.  It makes for a quick and easy layout.  I also like adding embellishments to the base like the pearls I added to the flower centers along the bottom.

I used the sketch below from The Scrapbook Room.  This would also work great to use up scraps of paper.

Now hop on over to Judy’s Blog for more ideas on using up your stash.

Here is a list of participants:

  1. Debi Barber
  2. Rachel Ventura
  3. Joy McHargue
  4. Wendy Kessler
  5. Judy Faye Garner

Stamp Sunday #45: Posterboard Alphabet

E1014 Posterboard Alphabet stamp set $29.95 (You can purchase this for half-price when you qualify and order the November Stamp of the Month!)

Supplies used are all retired products by Close to My Heart, with the exception of the Indian Corn Blue ink and the Posterboard Alphabet stamp set.

Sorry for the crappy photo…having camera issues today.  I’m not sure I should admit that I have had this layout sitting around for <gasp> years!  I’ve cleaned my scrapbook room this week and found it has made it’s way to the next step of having pictures with it.  Really, all I needed to do is add the photos…  At least it was an easy one for today when I am short on time!  I will use flip flaps for to include all the individual family photos under the one on the right page of everyone.  I used 3D Foam Tape to pop up the photos as needed around the dimensional element pieces.  The Posterboard Alphabet stamp set that I used is great for many different techniques.  I stamped it on my patterned paper, then cut out the letters for my title.

Laugh It Up Layout

Supplies used: DieCuts with a View paper, K & Company chipboard stickers, Close to My Heart cardstock (retired colors), CTMH Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge and Kaisercraft rhinestones.

I used this sketch from Even More Scrapping:

CTMH Clearly the Best Video: Coordinate with Cricut Cuts

Clearly the Best, Stamping with Close To My Heart: “Coordinate with Cricut® Cuts” highlights the unique ways to stamp coordinating Cricut® shapes and add them to your artwork.

Products used in this video:
Z1790 Artiste Cricut Collection (includes the Kudos stamp set) 
1385 White Daisy Cardstock
Z2128 Hollyhock Ink
Z2195 Lagoon Ink
Z1792 Dimensional Elements Awards (included in the Artiste Collection but also available separately)
Z1686 Art Philosophy Cricut Collection
Z1685 Dimensional Elements Banners (included in the Art Philosophy Collection but also available separately)
Z1683 Dimensional Elements Mixed Shapes (included in the Art Philosophy Collection but also available separately)
X5762 Lagoon Cardstock

A Girl is a Pearl Layout

Supplies used: DCWV paper, American Crafts Thickers Chipboard Alphabet Stickers, Baby Blue Stickles by Ranger, unknown brads.

This layout is for the September Challenge at Scrap Our Stash.  It’s Back To School but not the theme as it implies.  Instead, you choose your own B, T, and S.  For example, my challenge was B =Brads, T = Thickers, and S = Stickles.  I just love the colors of this layout!  And this DCWV paper is so easy to create a quick layout.  I use the Stickles to add some sparkle to the paper in the flower centers.  The brads are added to the flower centers on the middle right of the page, and I had to add a bit more Stickles to this area as well.  Last, the Thickers are used for the title.  I have such a hard time coming up with titles.  I found this one at The Perfect Title, my favorite place for ideas!  Here’s a closeup of the Stickles: