I’m back today with more pictures from our Munich honeymoon using a sketch from ScrapMuch!? These photos are from a Beer Garden we stumbled upon not far from our hotel that was so good we ended up there most nights. I couldn’t get over the size of the beers they served. My favorite drink ended up being Radler…a mix of light beer and lemonade. It sounds gross, but was so refreshing at it was beyond hot the week we were there.
The beer paper has been in my stash since we got back from the trip…ten years ago. The brown accents are from Close To My Heart and I received them during my stay on the Paper Crafter Anonymous design team. The title was cut from my Silhouette with a free font I had on my computer. And before you ask…yes that is a coaster from the restaurant.
Short and sweet today. Until next time…Keep Scrapping!
This is actually one of eight cards I created. I gave a one sheet wonder template a try and was completely stoked with my results. The paper is a from a Hampton Arts collection called Playlist…the exact paper is called Volume. I used this paper not only for the dots/spots, but because with all the different colors the cards can now be used for a male or female recipient.
The stamp is from a old CTMH collection stamped with Memento ink in Tuxedo Black. The punch is a standard scalloped circle, but I believe mine is from Stampin Up.
I hope you come join our dots and spots challenge, and I’d love to hear if you ever used a one sheet wonder template and what you thought of the results. Until Next time…Keep Scrapping!
Happy Black Friday everyone. Whether you went shopping this morning, and are home now, or slept in…grab a cup of your favorite beverage and join me for some spinner inspiration today for the Paper Crafter Anonymous website.
I started off with a spinner base and the chalk it up paper. This came together in no time. Some matching pink paper, washi and a stamped sentiment and it was done.
The stamp set I used was Holiday Tags Occasions. The circle fit perfectly layered in the spinner. This set really is wonderful though. It has five different sentiment tags and fifteen different sayings. I used another one of the tags on my Christmas criss cross card seen here.
I included a video of the spinner portion so you could see how adorable it is.
Hope you’re inspired to sit and create something today. Until next time…Keep Scrapping!