Thursday, January 25, 2007
Tuesday, January 23, 2007
Pink is the new pink!
I have more than my share of pink craft supplies: buttons, paper, flowers, brads, eyelets and ribbon. The ribbon is plentiful, like more than 20 spools ranging from gingham to grossgain to satin to ric rac; there's polka dot satin and polka dot sheer; then there's thick and then. I love that pink ribbon.
Then I stopped by the local LLS, Expression Connection. Just when I was about to leave empty handed, I saw some cardstock. Not the usual kind either. It was the new bling line from Bazzill. Oooooh, so good lookin. I got some in every flavor they had - and it happened to be in the pink scheme. The cards here are made with bling, though it may truly visible how cute this paper is - take my word for it. Here are some of the other products used:
cardstock: Bazzill; patterned paper: KI Memories; embossing folders: ProvoCraft's Cuttlebug; flowers: Prima; brads: Bazzill; beads: craft supply ; sequin: Hero Arts; ribbon: Joanns and Michaels; rub-ons: Amercian Crafts.
Thanks for viewing my passion for crafts.
Saturday, January 20, 2007
$1 Target Mailbox-Decorated
This project was so fun! I saw on SplitCoastStampers.com that some crafters were altering these cuties. So when I saw them at Target, I scooped up about 10! I have an order for three already. I'll get to work on those in the next few days.
For this one, I used lots and lots of embellishments - I think that's what gives it character. The paper is Paper Salon. Enjoy!
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Say bye bye ...
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Seeing red ...
Saturday, January 13, 2007
I took some time away from work to craft these cuties! The design is based on one I saw in an idea book called Card Fashion.
Here is what I used:
Pattern paper: Crate Paper New Garden Collection
Ribbon: American Crafts and craft supply
Circle punches: EK Success and Quickutz
Stamps: Hero Arts
Bazzill brad and chipboard
Quickutz embossing and flower die cut
Thursday, January 04, 2007
Here's another one!
I like this, but it seems too busy. As I was making it, I noticed that I have lots of brown and blue ribbon. Expect more from this color scheme.
This was too meticulous - putting the presents together. I like the circle concept - I read about it on the Two Peas in a Bucket board.
I used the Quickutz shape dies for the presents and some circles too; EK Success circle punches; Making Memories and Gin X pattern paper; American Crafts ribbon; Die Cuts with a View cardstock and craft supply; Hero Arts stamp; VersaMagic ink.