Hi everyone! I’ve been one busy little bee crafting away. I have several projects in the works and will be sharing them this month as I finish them.
I’m not sure if I’m going to use this mini or add it in my shop to sell but I wanted to share. It is 4 1/2″x8 1/2″ in size and I created it using various sizes of leftover scrapbook paper, vintage sheet music, tags, doilies, envelope and a printout. I inked the edges in a red ink and then used my bind it all to bind all 35 pages together…that is front and back and I shared all of the pages for you to see. 🙂 There are many spaces to add photos and journaling about that special someone in your life.
If you have any questions please give me a holler and I will do my best to answer. Thanks for stopping by, hope your Sunday is wonderful and enjoy creating!!!
Hi everyone! Can you believe that there is only two more days until Valentine’s Day??? Have you bought or ordered that special someone candy or roses??? If not you better get out there and order something. 🙂
I’m here to share a 300 count matchbox I altered for a swap I was in for my friend, Norma. It was really easy to create. I used a variety of leftover embellishments I had on hand and the little vintage girl I printed on photograph paper and then fussy cut her out.
The pullout I painted with two coats of soft pink acrylic paint and once dry I Mod Podged and then added scrapbook paper to each end and to the inside bottom on the pullout.
The little mini paper sack album I created fit perfectly inside.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Wednesday is wonderful and enjoy creating!!!
Hi everyone!!! I have been sooooo busy creating cards, swaps and design team projects and I just haven’t got around to blogging but I’m now back to share one of my projects I created for a swap I was in on Facebook. We had to altered a 300 count matchbox into a Valentine’s Day theme and add handmade goodies inside of it. Well, I’m going to share the mini album I created using five 4″x6″ paper sacks. I did cut the tops down a little so the mini would fit into the matchbox. I used Baker’s twine to bind it together.
I used bits and pieces of leftover cardstock, scrapbook paper, lace, stickers and images to put this adorable mini together.
I also put together a package of die cuts, stickers, ribbon and dew drops so my swap partner, Norma, could add more to the pages if she wanted to.
Also I shared this mini and matchbox on Maya Roads Facebook page for a challenge they had going on…there is a chance to win a prize package. I have my fingers and toes crossed that I win something. 🙂
Come back Tuesday (treat holder) and Wednesday (matchbox) to see what I created.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Monday is awesome and enjoy creating!!!
Hi everyone! It’s me, Tonya and I’m here to share my project that I created for the Chattering Robin’s blog using the Wild About U Collection which is 20% off this month. Also we are cross promoting wonderful laser cut chipboard pieces and die cuts with Gina’s Designs. I came up with an adorable Valentine’s Day banner that I created using small 4″x6″ paper sacks, felt heart shape Christmas ornaments, red foil heart shape doilies and vintage children images some I found on the internet and one I got from a Crafty Secrets sheet of vintage images.
For more on how to create this adorable Love Banner hop on over to the Chattering Robin’s blog and check it out!
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Sunday is wonderful and enjoy creating!!!
The heart I used a small heart punch first on a piece of cardstock and then punched a larger heart around the smaller heart opening to create the outline of a heart.
A little bit of lace, buttons and a Dew Drop and you have a super cute matchbox to fill up with fun little goodies.