Robin’s Nest: Merry

Hi everyone! I’m sharing a card over at the Chattering Robin’s blog today. I created this Christmas card using scraps of Robin’s Nest cardstock I had laying aroundChristmas is right around the corner…like eight weeks away…and for the next few weeks I will be sharing a quick Christmas project on the Robin’s Nest to inspire you all. 🙂
You can find more photos and info about this card here.

Thanks for stopping by, hope your Wednesday is awesome and enjoy creating!

Key to my Heart

Hi everyone! I here to share a quick rolodex I created using my Sizzix Card, Telephone and Address diecut to cut a rolodex card from one of the sheets of 6″x6″ Mad Tea Party papers from the Tea Time Nesting Components Mixed Media Kits. I used scraps of patterned red cardstock to hand cut and punch hearts. I inked around the edges of the hearts and along with two strips of patterned cardstock I adhered all to the rolodex front. I printed the “daisy girl”  and then fussy cut her out. I adhered her to the corner of the card and added Stickles and a mini flower gem to the daisy.

I used the key stamp from the Paper Wings Productions Vintage Elements stamp set  and stamped on textured cream colored cardstock, fussy cut, inked over with chalk ink to give the key an old and worn look. I printed the sentiment from the computer, cut out and inked also with chalk ink. I adhered to the card along with a sequin, dew drop and red twine to the smallest heart to finish off this rolodex card.

I am submitting this project for the following challenges: Paper Wings Productions and Word Art Wednesday #169If you have any questions about this project please let me know.

Thanks for stopping by, hope your Sunday is awesome and enjoy creating!

Happiness Junk Journal

Hi everyone! I wanted to share a few photos and a video of  a junk journal that I created for myself…which is a rare thing…most of the time I create things for swaps or design team projects. 

I used a lot of scraps of cardstock from previous projects, embellishments I had received in swaps and used a few digital images I had found on the internet.

The cover is out of a file folder and there are 12 papers per signature with a total of 5 signatures and in all there are 240 pages front and back in this journal.

I received the butterfly image from Debbie-Anne who has Ephemera’s Vintage Garden on etsy. I love the zipper and dress pins I added to it to give it that quirkiness.

I am submitting this journal for the following challenges: 
Eileen Hull’s Art with Heart Challenge 
Paper Wings Productions Monthly Challenge

Hope you enjoy the video!

If you have any questions please let me know. Thanks for stopping by, hope your day is awesome and enjoy creating!