Supplies used: Echo Park papers and stickers, Recollections Glitter Tape, and Kaiser Scrapbook Fozz Felt. Sketch from Sketch Savvy.
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Supplies used are all Close to My Heart: Frosted Paper Packet, Ruby Cardstock, Black Mini-Medley Accents Collection, Ruby Mini-Medley Accents Collection, Black Glitter Paper, Red Shimmer Trim, Scallop Border Punch, Swirls Around stamp set, and Black ink.
I used a sketch from Sketch Savvy.
Challenge: Kaboodle Doodles – Music and/or the Arts
This month the Sketch with Stash Challenge #3 at Scrap Our Stash is to use this sketch and at least 3+ pre-made flowers from our stash. This was an easy challenge for me because I LOVE both sketches and flowers!!
Supplies used: Stampin’ Up! Papers, American Crafts Elements Taffy Mini Jewel Brads, Making Memories Flower Metal Photo Corners, Studio 18 Gem Sticker, Prima Floral Embellishments, Bazzill Collection Cha Ching Brads, Recollections Boutique Fleur Floral Embellishments, Tattered Angels Pink Bubblegum Glimmer Mist, CTMH White Daisy Cardstock, and unknown felt flower ribbon.
This was one of those layouts that I didn’t like while I was doing it, not sure why. When I left and came back to it, it didn’t seem so bad. It won’t be a favorite but it passes for okay.
There is still time to submit your layout at Scrap Our Stash. You have until May 29th.
Welcome to this month’s Technique Blog Hop where we are focusing on FABRIC. If you are starting here just continue until you make your way back. If you have already started, you should be coming from Stephanie Chumbley.
I have to admit when Close to My Heart came out with these fabrics I really wasn’t sure what to do with them. It’s great that they coordinate with different papers but I have a feeling they will last me a very long time. For my layout I used the fabric to create the butterflies and flowers. The butterflies are roughly 2″ squares of fabric cut with pinking shears on the sides. To create the flowers I first cut a long strip (about 1/2″) of fabric. Then I twisted it so the pattern was mostly on the outside and from there I twisted it further into a circle. As I did the final twisting, I used 1″ glue dots to adhere it to my paper flower. The inside of the small flower is a strip of fabric tied in a loose knot with the ends cut off. At first, I planned to use knots with the ends but I didn’t like it so I used those (they look like little bows) in the upper corner of my layout. I used this sketch from Scrappy Sketches.
Your next stop is: Judy Faye !
This hop makes a circle so you can start and end where you like. If you have already started, you should be coming from Janet McCormick’s Blog.
There has been a lot going on at our house lately and I haven’t had much time to scrap. This is a project that has been sitting on my desk for a long time and I am happy to have it done.
Old: Parlor Velvet Rubons, My Creations Recipe/Photo Box, Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge, and Grey Wool cardstock.
New: Avonlea Paper Packet, My Creations Recipe/Photo Box, Cricut Craft Room, and Black/Grey Sparkles.
These My Creations Recipe/Photo Boxes now hold our 2012 vacation photos. We took a lot of pictures that I wanted to print but I didn’t want an entire album of pages.
I consider the My Creations Recipe/Photo Box both old and new because I have had one for a very long time. They are still available and I ordered a second one when I got my pictures and realized there were more than I thought. The Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge is also still available but I have used it so much I consider it and oldie. I used Cricut Craft Room to create the tabbed index cards. These separate the different places we went and I plan to journal on the front of each card.
Joy McHargue’s Blog is your next stop!
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