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Hi everyone and welcome to my final 2014 reveal for Southern Girls Challenge. Don’t worry…I’ll be back with more great inspiration for them in 2015. We were asked to inspire you with projects that had a Christmas theme. I am here today sharing my December Daily cover!
I started with the layout sketch over at Stuck?Sketches. Since they do layouts I’m not sure I can enter it into their challenge, but I’ll take inspiration where-ever I can get it and my mojo has been laking lately. I flipped the sketch on it’s side and went from there.
Except for the red ribbon, bling and possibly the snowman (can’t remember which pack he was in) all the products are part of the Simple stories DIY collection. I can’t get enough of this collection. I think it’s one of my favorite Christmas ones of all time. I inked all the paper edges with my prima inkers in green to make them pop off the craft cover.
So tell me…what is your favorite Christmas paper collection past or present?
Until next time…Keep Scrappin!
Happy Thanksgiving! It’s time for another reveal at Southern Girls Challenge. It’s their 100th challenge so the theme is Celebration.
I chose to make a card inviting friends and family to an outdoor celebration. All the patterned paper and stickers are from the Doodlebug Happy Camper collection. The letters and washi are from the general Doodlebug line. I’ll tell you I’m in LOVE with these letter stickers. The font and size are just perfect for cards and accent titles on scrapbook pages. I thought the paper with the place setting was just perfect for a barbecue invitation card.
When you’re having a gathering do you make invitations or purchase? Until next time…Keep Scrapping!
Welcome to another reveal at Southern Girls Challenge. This time we are challenging you to use lots of words on your project.
For my project I started with an older DCWV paper stack called Linen Closet. I loved this, but have only ever been able to find the mat stack so I used it mainly for cards and hoard it like there’s no tomorrow. Anyone else do that with your favorite papers?
I then pulled out one of the Stamps of Life sets I purchased the Somerset, NJ Scrapbook Expo. I am absolutely in love with this set, and it’s matching dies. Having the dies makes the cup, and label, so easy to use. Click Here to see everything I purchased at the expo.
I used chocolate ink from Color Box for my stamping…a freebie I got at the expo To give a little interest I just added three My Minds Eye wooden dots.
I’m going to make a whole set of matching cards to give to my coffee obsessed sister. Anyone she sends them too will certainly know it’s from her. Would love to see what you come up with for the words challenge. Until next time…Keep Scrapping!
I’m been really busy scrapping lately as I have another reveal up. This time for Southern Girls Challenge with the theme of Winter Blues.
I used Echo Park’s Keeping Cozy collection from the 6×6 pad, and a sketch I found through google images. I looked it up on my phone though, and haven’t been able to find it since so I can’t direct you to who created it 🙁
I also used my Epiphany Crafts epoxy machines to create my embellishments. The star on the right and the deer on the left of the photos are both from the paper pack.
I hope you’ll come join us from the Winter Blues challenge, and create something chilly as we have the last hot days of summer here. Until next time…Keep scrapping!