Hi there! It's time for another challenge over at Cut It Up! This week's challenge is to create an altered notebook. For my project I made skinny notepads for my son and daughter I also made them pens to match their notepads. I hope to see you link up at Cut It Up! Thanks for looking and have a great day! :)
Hi everyone! Today I'm sharing a beach-themed scrapbook layout. It is 12x12 and has two 4x4 photo mats. The cute little crab was a freebie from Miss Kate Cuttables. The seashells and sandcastle are from the Create a Critter Cricut Cartridge. The photo corners and Here Comes the Sun Title are from the Silhouette Store. I will be entering this into a few challenges. Thanks for looking and have a great day! :)
Hi everyone! It's time for another challenge over at Cut It Up! The challenge this time is to create a project that has a bug on it and to use a die cut. For my project I made a birthday card! The cute bee cut is from Stinkin' Cute Paper Piercings. The face stamp is from Treasure Box Designs. The sentiment stamp is from CARDZ TV. I hope to see you link up your project at Cut It Up! Thanks for looking and have a great day! :)
Hi there! I hope everyone had a great weekend! I am very excited to be a Guest Designer at Craftin' Desert Diva's Linky Party! This Linky Party theme is Back To School. The prizes are the Stampin' Up Wildflower Bundle and a $10 gift certificate to My Scrap Chick. For my project I made a back to school layout. I got the cuts from the Silhouette Store (even the cute paper clips). For the red border I used the Fiskars Apron Lace punch. I can't wait to see everybody's Back to School project! Thanks for looking and have a great week!
CARDZ TV Go-To Galz Challenge #32- Back To School
Hi there! I just wanted to stop in and let everyone know that the Cut It Up challenge blog is having a design team call! Submissions will be taken until August 16. All of the information for the design team call can be found HERE. I hope you have a great day and make sure to stop by my blog tomorrow for a fun project! :)