Posts Tagged ‘felt’

Wonderful You Layout

Supplies used: Sassafras Serendipity Sunshine Lollipop paper, Close to My Heart Live Your Style stamp set, CTMH Sunset/White Daisy cardstock,
CTMH Chocolate/Sunset/Cotton Candy inks, Heidi Swapp chipboard letters, Graphically Speaking Cricut cartridge, Colorbok Gems, and Kaisercraft Fozz Felt.

The September 2011 Challenge at Scrap Our Stash is GRIDS.  At first I was stumped but then remembered that I have been wanting to do some weaving and I came upon a sketch that got my mojo going.  This layout is loosely based on this Scrapbook Generation sketch.  I changed up the photos and turned it into a one-page layout.

I created my grid by simply weaving paper together.  I cheated and used the Sunset as my base, cutting it part of the way across and leaving together on one end.  I didn’t even measure because I knew the odd cuts would be hidden under my photo.  After loosely weaving in the white stripes, I lined them up with the outer edge and worked towards the inside.

Mischief Workshop

The Mischief Workshop on the Go Kit includes:

Mischief Level 2 Paper Packet
My Acrylix® Mischief Workshop (stamp set is exclusive to this workshop)
Midnight Felt Shapes
Colonial White Cardstock (2 sheets)
Workshop Guide

 

Here are my pages:

 

Bonus Project:

Add these items to your order to create the workshop bonus project:

My Creations Banner
Dimensional Elements Notable Alphabet

 

Would you like to attend my Mischief Workshop on September 30?

 by September 21.

Homemade Memories Layout

Supplies used: Close to My Heart Deck the Halls paper, Close to My Heart Cranberry cardstock, Making Memories Paperie Greenhouse alphabet stickers, Queen & Co. felt fusion, Jolee’s Boutique dimensional stickers – Gingerbread house value pack.  Sketch = Page Maps Oct 2009

CTMH December SOTM Blog Hop

Welcome to the Close to My Heart December 2010 Stamp of the Month Blog Hop featuring the stamp set Amore:

If you are coming from Kathy Lickenbrock’s Blog then you are on the right path.  The hop is a circle so if you are starting here that is fine too, just continue until you make it back to the blog you started at and you will have visited all of them.  If you get lost along the way there is a list of all participants in my previous post.

The Amore stamp set is available December 1-31, 2010 only and can be purchased for $22.95 OR:
If you spend $25 you will get it for $17.21
If you spend $50 you will get it for $11.48
If you spend $75 you will get it for 5.74
If you spend $100 you will get it for FREE!

Supplies used: Topstitch Paper Packet, Colonial White Ricrac, Dimensional Elements – Hearts, Amore stamp set, Chocolate and Baby Pink ink, Journaling Spots – Love Always, Opaques Pearl Adhesive Gems, Heartfelt Wonder Die-Cuts, and Magic.
Layout Challenge # 119 of 210.

I just LOVE this stamp set!  The first thing that came to mind was to use it for anniversary cards because I make quite a few of those each year but I haven’t made it that far yet.  Right now I am focusing on my layouts so that’s what I created.  I made a heart border along the bottom of my page.  My decorative hearts are dimensional elements sponged with pink ink and then I used the heart stamp on top in chocolate ink to create a pattern.  I stamped the title 3 times to make the image darker and stand out on the patterned paper.  I really struggled with the embellishments for this page, not sure why.  In the end, I’m not in love with it but satisfied.  I took that last picture as a closeup of the title area on my layout but after uploading it I can see that it would make a great card so there’s another idea for you!

Now hop on over to Wendy Fording’s Blog for your next stop!

Butterfly House Layout

Supplies used: DCWV Glitter Stack papers, Queen & Co. Felt Fusion border, and Making Memories Heidi Small Black alphabet rubons.

Layout Challenge: #66 of 210.