Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Good Day! I am having fun this week playing with the Design Space program. There are many great Make It Now Mother's Day projects.
The card below is very similar to the example they provide on Design Space. I thought it would be a great "mailable" card for my grandmother who loves daisies.
Monday, April 27, 2015
Hello Folks! Last week I taught a teen scrapbooking class. This was the largest group I have taught so I decided to make kits. You know, like the "real scrapbooking teachers". It was tons of work but I think everything went smoothly. The kids had fun and so did I!
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Hi-dee-ho folks! I am embarrassed to admit that this card is from August. I uploaded photos today from our camera card and surprise there was the anniversary card I made the hubs for our 15th wedding anniversary. We decided to buy a fire table as a gift to each other this year and the card is a play on words about that.
Happy anniversary to us!
Thursday, January 1, 2015
I hope you have all had a wonderful holiday season! While I was on Facebook today, I was reminded of my scrappy New Year's resolutions from last January. I quickly checked my post as I couldn't even remember what I resolved to do. (not good) Imagine my surprise when I realized that I had almost fulfilled all my forgotten goals. Here they are:
This year, I hope to catch up with my layouts. I have gotten a bit behind. I will document 2012 and 2013.I guess that purchasing the Cricut Explore really did help me to fulfill these goals. I scrapbooked every day when I had the free subscription. I also joined an online crop with challenges. That forced me to create, be inspired and have fun! Anyhoo, wishing you a super scrappy year!
This year, I would like to journal on each and every layout.
This year, I will have more fun with all my scrappy toys and my fabulous and inspirational cropping and scrapping friends! (In person and afar)
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Monday, December 15, 2014
Is this not the cutest gift card holder? If you would like to make your own, the file is available at Let's learn Cricut Explore facebook group. The file was created by Debbie O'Neal. Here is her website. I am making them for all of my kids' teachers so that is eleven in total.
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