Pictures from August 2010 at Walking with Dinosaurs
Spent the day with my sister yesterday on her birthday doing some crafting. This is the only layout I completed, but I had fun. The green cardstock is Coredinations and the Dinosaur paper and stickers are My Mind's Eye. I used distress inks from Ranger and Close to My Heart. Also, the paper distresser and corner rounder are Close to My Heart. Journaling was done with a Creative Memory Metallic Pen and twine (borrowed from my sister's stash) was used in the sticker tags.
On this layout I used the following products...Paper: Sandy Lion Garden Route and Time Out; Stickers: Cloud 9 "Cat" by Fiskars; Glitter Glue: Orange Peel Stickles by Ranger; Fastener: EK Success; Sander: Tim Holtz; Pen: Creative Memories Green Metallic Fine Tip; Corner Rounder: Creative Memories; Paper Trimmer: Fiskars Rotary; Adhesive: Herma; Stick Pins: Corsage Pin from Michael's and Little Yellow Bicycle? (I think, didn't save the package.)
I had fun today craft shopping with my sister Cheryl! We went to the new Hobby Lobby in our area and I discovered that they have a lot of Prima products there. I'm doomed! My sister and I do a lot of craft shopping and we feel like we don't do enough crafting, so we cut the shopping short today and went our separate ways to craft. I made some beaded corsage pins. It's addicting! The pins and beads are from Michael's. Some of the pins I colored with a Copic marker, Ultramarine Blue. The brown colored pins are colored with Adirondack alcohol inks. I mixed blue, red and green together. After trying to use a hot glue gun and failing, I used glossy accents for glue. I will use these pins for scrapbooking and card making. Thanks for visiting my blog! :)
This is the layout I've been trying to finish since last weekend. I completed the title during my Ustream show yesterday and finished embellishing after the show. The paper is Die Cuts with a View Linen Closet and some Kraft paper. The stickers are from Colorbök. For the title I used three different Cricut cartridges...Jasmine, Pooh Font and Accent Essentials. I used my Gypsy for the title mainly for the purpose of welding letters together. And of course I used my favorite tools and products: Fiskars rotary cutter, Creative Memories corner rounder, Stazon Timber Brown ink and a black Zig pen. If you're interested in my videos, I have the links for my Ustream show and YouTube vids in the right hand column. Also, I'm thinking I should do a product GIVEAWAY soon!!! I will pick winners from my blog followers. If interested in a chance to win scrapbooking products please follow my blog by clicking on "Follow" in the right hand column. I will pick winners in early February. International followers are welcome to participate for a chance to win. Thanks for visiting! :)
Filling my urge to blog is a picture of a very simple layout I did maybe...last year? The only things I used were paper and cardstock from Die Cuts with a View, my Cricut to cut out 'March 09' and a marker to write the title. I didn't even round the corners of the pictures with my beloved corner rounder-GASP! Will try to do a new layout over the weekend and post in the next few days. Thanks for visiting! :)
Hi Everybody! I found some time to scrap today-Yeah!!! I used to be a chronological scrapper, but now I like to go through the heaping piles of pictures and scrap the ones I'm inspired by. Today I chose pics from the summer with a pirate theme. I used paper from Die Cuts with a View. The big pirate ship is cut from a 12x12 Hambly ScreenPrint transparency. The stickers are Fiskars from 2008. I had fun doing this layout!