HAPPY St. Patrick's Day!!!!! Are you wearing green today? When I was little the thing to do in school was pinch the person NOT wearing green. Good thing I have green eyes cause sometimes I'd just forget!!! OUCH, lol!
I hope you've enjoyed my examples of how I use one of those 12 X 12 cut apart papers and I hope you won't pass up one again because you have no clue what to do with it ;)
Friday, March 13, 2015
One of the things I love about my local paper crafty store that the big box guys don't do is she buys the "whole collection" when getting patterned paper into the store. Weather you like My Mind's Eye, Bo-Bunny, Authintique or Graphic 45...etc.,when these manufactures make a paper there's ALWAYS several in that particular line that all match perfectly together. With that being said, it makes it super easy to use these cut a parts. Even the reverse side of the cut a part page can have a fun or pretty pattern.
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Hi everyone!! Top of the Mornin' to ya (hehehe)! I just HAD to say it what with St. Patrick’s day being here and all. ;) I have a couple of cute St. Patty Day cards that I made as store samples for The Stamp Pad to share with you over the next few days.
We've all seen the 12 X 12 paper that has several panels that you can cut apart, right? Do you normally pass them up because you aren't sure what to do with them? My 3 St. Patrick's day cards came from one of those cut apart type pages....
They are fairly easy to work with, just let them be your focal point and use a rather minimal layout like I've done here. I dressed it up with a little "bling" and a twine/button treatment, that's all it really needed.
Monday, March 9, 2015
It's just down right tough being me some days, lol!! My time management lately has been seriously lacking and in need of an overhaul but honestly, I'm just to darn lazy and tired to even think about it!! This post should have been written up last night (or even before) so that it could post first thing this morning. Yesterday I was soooo tired and felt lethargic and could hardly move after I got off work. Got to work this morning and had lots to do so couldn't get to my post right away like I'd hoped...sigh. What's a gal to do, right??
Are you ready for St. Patty's Day?? I thought I'd show this quick and easy card that I came up with.
I started off by pulling out some white cardstock and made my own patterned paper using images from the Lucky Irish and the Southwest petit four stamp sets. I "google images" a horse shoe to use as a template and cut it out. I adhered all my layers together and after tying some twine onto my horse shoe added it then blinged it out a bit. I made the little sentiment panel and popped it up using foam tape. I thought it needed an anchor to I punched 3 hearts and cut a little sliver of paper to make the clover. Easy peasy, right??
Happy St. Partick's Day
Lucky Irish Stamp Set
Southwest Stamp Set
Monday, March 2, 2015
The Shabby Tea Room
Hello shabby friends and welcome to another fun week of inspiration and creativity here in the Tea Room! This week our challenge is called Pop of Pink! Please create a card/project INSPIRED BY THE PHOTO!
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Hi everyone, isn't that inspiration picture just too sweet? I wanted to keep with the "country feel" so I pulled out one of my favorite Paper Smooches sets called "Crystal Clear". It also has several matching die sets to cut out a lot of the images.
I stamped and die cut a little mason jar then "dry fit" it to a white panel and stamped my flowers (from DeNami - Elegant Spring Flowers) then colored them in. I removed the jar and stamped my sentiment (also by DeNami - sending you love). I then took my panel and ran it through a swiss dot dry embossing folder and adhered it to my card base with foam tape. I wanted the jar to have dimension too so I attached it with foam tape also after adding a piece of twine around the "rim" of the jar. I thought it needed just a touch of something else so I tilted the lid up against the jar and added a sprinkle of sequins in the upper corner to balance to the whole card.
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Please link your creations to The Shabby Tea Room by Sunday, March 15th to play along. Winner and Tea Time Terrific Top Three will be announced Monday, March 16th. We will have an all-new challenge for you to play along with on the 16th as well, so please come back and visit with us again for another chance to win!