Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Digital Layout | Donald Duck

Shannon McNab (Scotty Girl Designs) has a passion for all things Disney and she has created some fabulous Disney kits lately. She released Hollywood Magic last week, and I created a layout using a photo from our 2011 Disney trip.

I used one of her Singled Out templates, plus the Hollywood Magic alphas, papers, and elements. 

This photo brings back so many memories from our trip. I can't believe how little the boys are! Jack wasn't even 2, and Evan had just turned 5. We haven't been back to Disney in almost 3 years. I think a family trip needs to be scheduled for next year; I know the boys would love it.  

(Supplies - Papers, stars, label, alphabet: (Scotty Girl Designs) Hollywood Magic. Template: (Scotty Girl Designs) Singled Out. Stitching: (Mommyish) Basically. Font: Rough Typewriter.)

One layout down, dozens and dozens to go! I took so many pictures during our week in Orlando, but I haven't done anything with them yet. I think it's time to create a Disney album. :)

Thanks for stopping by! 

Sunday, April 13, 2014

RetroSketches | Challenge #110

Hi there! Last summer I was a guest designer for RetroSketches. They have a weekly sketch challenge that I have participated in for a couple of years now. And starting this week, I am permanently on their team! 

This week's sketch is based on one of my previous cards. How fun is that?!? You can check out the original card here, and this is the sketch:



Here is my take. I used papers from an American Crafts paper pad that I picked up a few months ago. I really like the bright, bold colors and sweet hearts. I used silver sequins, hot pink twine, and yellow enamel dots to embellish my card.

 (Supplies- Stamps: (Papertrey Ink) Keep it Simple: Birthday. Cardstock: (Papertrey Ink) White. Patterned Paper: American Crafts 6x6 pad. Sequins: unknown. Enamel Dots: My Mind's Eye. Twine: (Papertrey Ink) Raspberry Fizz. Ink: (Papertrey Ink) Tropical Teal.)

Thanks for stopping by and have a great week! 

Saturday, April 12, 2014

(CAS)E this Sketch | Challenge #72

I received Papertrey Ink's new Button Stacks dies last week and I've been itching to play with them. Specifically, I wanted to try covering them with clear embossing powder for a shiny look. This week's CAS(E) this Sketch challenge had me pulling out these dies to create three shiny buttons. Here is the sketch:


And here is my take. I die cut the layered buttons from Papertrey Ink's Limeade Ice, Melon Berry, and Harvest Gold cardstock. After I adhered the layers together, I covered the button with VersaMark, then coated it with clear embossing powder. After I heat set the button, I repeated the embossing process for extra shine. I love, love, love this look! Aren't the buttons adorable? I already have the Bitty Button Stacks dies on my wish list... I'm just waiting for them to be restocked! I also used green and pink buttons from Studio Calico, enamel dots from My Mind's Eye, and puffy hearts from Twine & Ink to embellish the rest of my circles.



That's it for me today! Have a wonderful weekend. :)

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Papertrey Ink | Make It Monday #159

This week's Papertrey Ink Make It Monday video features a no sew quilted card front. Super cute! 

I used four different papers from various Papertrey Ink collections, and followed the same pattern as the sample Dawn provided. After assembling the quilted blocks, I used my quatrefoil die to impress the pattern into the front of the card. 

The flower cluster and sentiment are from this year's anniversary set: Bold Bouquet. Aren't the flowers gorgeous? I used Papertrey Ink's Winter Wisteria, Basic Black, and Soft Stone inks for the flower cluster. The leaves were stamped with my Memento Luxe Olive Grove ink. 

(Supplies - Stamps: (Papertrey Ink) Bold Bouquet. Cardstock: (Papertrey Ink) White, Stoft Stone. Patterned Paper: (Papertrey Ink) Winter Wisteria, Spring Moss, Soft Stone patterns packs. Dotty Biscotti patterned paper pack. Ink: (Papertrey Ink) Basic Black, Soft Stone, Winter Wisteria. (Memento Luxe) Olive Grove. Dies: (Papertrey Ink) Bold Bouquet. (Reverse Confetti) Tag Me. Impression Plate: Quatrefoil. Enamel Dots: My Mind's Eye. Other: Wink of Stella glitter markers.)

Thanks for stopping by and have a great week! 

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Paper Smooches Sparks | Anything Goes

Hi there! This week's Paper Smooches Sparks challenge is Anything Goes.


I colored the butterflies, from Flap Happy, with Copic markers, then used my clear Wink of Stella marker on top of each butterfly. I also used Talk Bubbles stamps and dies and the Mini Monograms alphabet for the sentiment.


That's it for me today! And make sure to check out the rest of the DT for more Paper Smooches inspiration:

Savannah

Have a great week!

Friday, April 4, 2014

Cure for the Monday Blues | Challenge #11

Hi there! I have a card for a challenge I just discovered: Cure for the Monday Blues.


I was drawn to the color combo and large word art on the wall. I used Papertrey Ink's Wonderful Words: Hello as the focal point for my card. The vellum banners were die cut from PTI's Banner Builders dies, and the flowers are from Mini Blooms.


I hope everyone has a fantastic Friday! I can't wait for the weekend. :)

Thanks for stopping by! 

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Digital Layout | Us

When we had our professional photos done in November, I really wanted a few pictures of just Mark and me. And I am so pleased with the results! This photo is especially sweet, and the Pillow Talk collection from Creashens was perfect for it. I also used a digital template from Scotty Girl Designs called Singled Out.


The next time I'm at Ikea I am going to pick up a frame for this layout... I love it. I love the photo (Katie Rosado Photography), the journaling, and the beautiful elements from Creashens' kit.

This layout, plus two more, are featured on the Scrapaneers blog today. Here is the link if you want to check it out!

Have a great week! 

CAS(E) This Sketch | Challenge #70

Hi there! I have a super simple card to share for this week's CAS(E) This Sketch challenge


I am loving last month's Studio Calico Sugar Rush kits... both the scrapbooking and the card kit have been pulled out a lot lately! I especially love the colored plastic hearts. So, so awesome. The letter stickers are from October Afternoon and the enamel dots are from Twine + Ink.


Do you have a kit that you reach for over and over again? I am so going to be so sad when Sugar Rush is gone... it's been a lot of fun to work with.

Thanks for stopping by!

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Paper Smooches Sparks | Anything Goes

Good morning!

I have a card for this week's Paper Smooches Sparks Anything Goes challenge. 


I used Flap Happy and Chit Chat for my card.  I stamped the butterflies on vellum then embossed them with Blush Zing embossing powder. I stamped the "thanks" with with gray ink and added gems below each of the butterflies.



 That's it for me today! And check out the other design team members and their awesome cards. :)

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Papertrey Ink | March Blog Hop

Good morning! Today I have a card for this month's Papertrey Ink Blog Hop. The challenge is to create something with a glossy finish... embossing powder, clear cardstock, or Glossy Accents.


I really like the look of clear embossing powder over plain cardstock, which is what I did on my card. I die cut the star border with Papertrey Ink's Super Star Border die from Raspberry Ink cardstock. I applied VersaMark ink, then covered the die cut with embossing powder and heat set it. For extra shine, I added another layer of clear embossing powder.

(Supplies - Stamps: (Papertrey Ink) Big Ticket Basics, Get to the Point Sentiments. Ink: (Papertrey Ink) Raspberry Fizz, Orange Zest, Hawaiian Shores. Cardstock: (Papertrey Ink) Orange Zest, White, Raspberry Fizz. Dies: (Papertrey Ink) Super Star Borders, Big Ticket Basics, Seeing Stars. Felt: (Papertrey Ink) Hawaiian Shores. Patterned Paper: (Papertrey Ink) Aqua Mist patterns pack.)

 That's it for me today! Thanks for stopping by. :)
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