Wednesday, December 28, 2011



I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and are ready for the New Year. I had a faboulous Christmas weekend with the family and I'm getting ready for the new year.

I have attached some links in this post which feature some of the Christmas projects I created for some family members.

Thanks for stopping by

* Do something creative everyday*

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Christmas Project # 3

Hello and Happy Holidays, I hope everyone is done Christmas shopping. If you are still looking for a quick small gift, I have a great project to you.

I learned about this project from Scrapbook's Expo Facebook page and thought it would be a good gift for the ladies in the office.

So I created four lip gloss purses. There is a template online, but I created my own template by measuring the lip gloss I have bought for the ladies. I decided to make the purses simple.

Supplies : Pattern paper (recollections: sugar plum), different ribbon and embellishments. The lip gloss is from AVON.
(Pictures taking with IPhone)

Thanks for shopping by and have a great day.

* Do something creative everyday*


Friday, December 16, 2011

GDT YNS Challenge # 57 Winter/Christmas



Happy Holiday's

I'm here with my Guest Designer card for the YNS Challenge # 57 (Winter/Christmas)

Your Next Stamp is having an awesome challenge and my honored to be a Guest Designer for December.

The Challenge theme is Winter and or Christmas and you also have to use a YNS image. The PRIZE for this Challenge is a super cute stamp and $10 YNS certificate. They have super cute holiday items and great sales going on now.

Also go check out all the beautiful projects from their Design Team.

Here are my cards. I have created two different cards using the same stamp (Cozy Fireplace) and layout just different pattern paper.

Supplies: Cozy Fireplace stamp (YNS), Ranger Stickles(fire brick), Studio G (green), Pattern Paper (Me & My big ideas), twine (Anita Be Stampin), Embossing Powder (white: Martha Stewart), Ornament die cut (cricut:Noel), embellishments

Card Details: I embossed the image with white embossing power to showcase the details on this image and pop dot the ornament die-cut.

Thanks for stopping by and Have a Scrap Happy Day

* Do something creative everyday*


Saturday, December 10, 2011

First Mini Album (wish list)

I'd like to share with you my very 1st mini album. .
I created this wish list mini album for a friend and wanted to share it with you all. The purpose of this album is to help keep her on budget. Each page has a pocket with a pull out label and space to label all the pockets with the letter stickers I included in the package.
She posted a video on her your tube channel HERE showcasing this album.

Below are some pictures of the album.

A pocket for coupons
The back of the album

Supplies: Chipboard album (Michael's), Pattern paper (Making Memories: Sabrina), Die-cut letters and shapes (Slice: Basic Elements & shapes), Stickers: Colorbox, Other: Puffy paint, Stickles, embossed folders, ribbon, pearls

Thanks for watching and have a great day.

*Do something creative everyday*

Christmas project #2

I'm back with a simply Christmas card. I often find that at times people fall in love with the simple things.

Below is my Christmas Card
Supplies: A2 card base, cardstock paper, sentiment, die-cut image, pop dots.

Instructions: Layer the cardstock on your card base and with pop dots adhere your die-cut image. Add your sentiment and your all done.

Thanks for viewing

*Do something creative everyday*

Monday, December 5, 2011

Christmas gifts/projects #1

Hello and Happy December

I simply can't believe that Christmas is right around the corner?

I hope your not to behind on your Christmas shopping and crafting.

All this month I plan on bringing some quick, inexpensive, fun and easy holiday gift ideas. In each post I will include the supplies used for the project, simple instructions and how much the project cost me to make.

Today's project is an altered wreath I created for our door. This wreath was created during my lunch break. Check out the video on my You Tube Channel for more information.

Supplies: Wreath, trimings, emblishments, glue gun

Simple Direction: Adher your trimings and emblishments to your wreath in different areas. Create a focus point on the wreath.
Here is a close up of the focus point on my wreath. I feel all wreaths should have focus point.

All of these trimings and the wreath were bought at Michael's on Black Friday. I bought the wreath for $2.00 dollars and the triming were all 50% off so this wreath cost about $4.00 to make.

Thanks for stopping by, come by tomorrow and check out my Guest DT project for a super great company.

*Do something creative everyday*