Today is the day!
I’ve moved to my new blog….
My husband has been working on to fix my blog and I am so excited starting today I will have everything on just one blog HERE.
Come on over and check it out my “new” blog and I would love to have you there. While you are there, you can sign up for newsletter and update by email too!
I hope you will like the new look! THANK YOU for visiting!
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY to join CTMH National Scrapbooking Month and my 1st Anniversary Party until 11:59 pm! To join this special, you only need to Join Online Gathering on my website and put an order of $50 or more and you will qualify to get:
- Free To be Me Paper Collection for only $5 (retail value $11.95)
- Stamp of the Month for only $5 (retail value $17.97)
- An entry to win a special prize value $20 from me (choose randomly with Random.org)
Visit my store today!
National Scrapbooking Month: Free To Be Me Paper Collections
When you buy this kit, I will send you a FREE Workshop Guide to create these beautiful projects:
Stamp of the Month: May 2014, You’ve Got A Friend
Rediscover CTMH: Free Printable Download May 2014
THANK YOU so much for stopping by today and have a fun crafty day!
Woohoo it is Friday and also it’s time for new Die Cut Challenges at Stuck On U Sketches!
This time we challenge you to use any CIRCLES die cuts on your projects. Need some inspirations? Check out the Die Cut Team members’ projects here for inspirations!
You can link up your projects here to win this month blog candy sponsored by Paper Bakery… Sarah, the owner, generously provide $15 gift voucher to the store where you can shop for all of your paper crafting needs. Check out their blog and inspiration here.
I created this banner for our friend’s baby shower:
Using Silhouette Studio Designer software, I created and cut those baseball shapes with my Silhouette Cameo. The size of each baseball is 5″. For the balls I used White Daisy Cardstock and the red stitching I used Ruby Cardstock. Then I punched the holes and I used jute twine I got from a craft store to make the banner.
Then I cut Black Cardstock for the letters them with Wink of Stella glitter brush. Then I added them on the balls using 3D foam tape.
We totally had a fun base ball themes baby shower for my friend’s baby boy!
Thanks for stopping by today! Don’t forget to check out SOUS challenges and play with us
My husband and I are working on merging my 2 blogs. So excited for this process! This blog merging and transfering this craft blog to my main blog. I have this blog for a while, designed by my awesome husband!
And….. It is almost done!!😀 You can visit my “new” blog and look around. And you can start sign up for newsletter and update by email while you are there
I hope you will like the new look! THANK YOU for visiting and singing up for my blog! See you there!
We had a wonderful long Memorial Day. My husband cook out tasty food for 3 days! He is the best cook ever😀 We also went driving on our Jeep at State Park close to us and love the wonderful days we had. Just love warmer days!!
Couple weeks ago, my husband got me an embossing machine (AWESOME husband!) and I have been playing a lot with it. I gathered all the courage I had to stretch the use of embossing folders I had with stamping. So… here’s what I did: stamped and embossed 3D paper flower.
I used them on 2 shaker cards I made for my friends:
I used this simple shaker card tutorial to make this cards. The sentiments I used are from The Happy Couple stamp set and Joyful Birthday stamp set. I stamped them with Black Pigment Ink Pad. First card, I stamped the anniversary sentiment on a piece of velum, added some glitter embossing powder, and heated it with my craft heater. The second card, I stamped the birthday sentiment on the base card, centered the position that would show in the frame. I got the metallic multicolor sequins and beads at Walmart only
I love those flowers on the cards, and I thought they would make my scrapbook layouts pretty, too… so I made more of them with different colors and pattern. And I took some pictures how to make them:
- First stamp the petals from Hello Bloom stamp set on a piece of White Daisy Cardstock. I used Sorbet, Juniper and Pear Exclusive Inks Stamp Pads.
- Run it through embossing machine. For these flowers, I used Chevron Embossing Folder and WRMK Evolution Advance machine.
- Then cut them and curl each petal gently using Quilling tool.
- Use Liquid Glass to put them together. You only need a small dot in the middle of each petal.
- Made a little bow with Baker’s Twine Neutral Metallic, Cashmere.
- Add it in the middle of the flower using Liquid Glass.
- Then add button (or gems) to finis the flower.
I hope you enjoy today’s cards and tutorial! Thanks for stopping by and have a fun crafting day!
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