Friday, January 21, 2011
Design by Miley Johnson
To make a personalized home decor accent, Miley adhered a couple of picture frames to a mat board covered in patterned paper. She treated the wall hanging like a large scrapbook page, embellishing with large flowers, brads, and bits of fabric and paper. Wood letters painted to match her color scheme finish the design.
Get the list of sources used in this layout.
SOURCES Patterned paper: Autumn Leaves. Fabric: Moda. Sticker: 7Gypsies. Rub-ons: Autumn Leaves (scrolls), Chatterbox (letters). Stamps, paint, tags, brads: Making Memories. Wood letters, frames, flowers: Michaels. Ribbon: May Arts.
Design by Rhonda Bonifay
Rhonda adhered photos and text to candles for a personalized home accent. She printed her designs by taping tissue paper to cardstock. Then she removed the printed tissue paper, secured it to the candle with straight pins, and warmed the design with a heat tool until the image sank into the wax, (be careful not to leave the heat tool on the candle too long, just long enough for the wax to melt slightly for the tissue paper to adhere to the candle).
Sunday, January 9, 2011
This cute Celebrate Card is showing the inside of the card as well as the outside, this Card is designed by Teresa Welch from Paper Wishes (aka "Hot Off The Press"), using the cup cake mini stamp set, Teresa stamped cupcake on pattern paper with a brown stay's on ink pad, then re-stamped cupcake on pink pattern paper and cut the top of cupcake out and sprinkled with glitter, and adhered to cupcake, candle was stamped on the same pattern paper as the bottom of the cup cake, cut out and placed on top of cup cake, hearts are from a new heart template, (25 differnt patterns available on this template), hearts were traced on pattern paper, then cute out and adhered to card as shown. This card is pattern idea is available with many more card ideas on Teresa New CD, called Teresa's Card Sketches. Cute Huh? :)
Hello all, I thought I would share a picture of the crochet baby blanket I just finished for my daughter Kim, she's expecting, she is due in September, too soon to know if it's a boy or girl so I avoided using pink, and stuck with cream, green, lavender colors, with a little bit of blue :), what do you think? :)
Saturday, January 1, 2011
I saw this layout in a scrapbook magazine and thought I would share it with you.
Design by Paula Murakami
The patterned paper Paula chose for this snowboarding scrapbook page immediately reminded her of snow and helped her pick a color scheme for the page. Converting photos to black-and-white allowed her to use any colors she wanted so she chose frosty hues that play up the winter theme.
Editor's Tip: Use seasonal shapes to further drive home your theme. Paula used snowflakes in several spots on her page, including the one that subs for the letter "o" in her title.
Glue stick, patterned papers, Chipboard birds, and scrolls Crafts knife, Sanding block, hole punch, Ink Glimmer … Using the glue stick, apply patterned paper to one side of each chipboard bird. Use the crafts knife to trim the excess paper from around chipboard bird, light stand edges, ink edges light with stamp pad, puch a hole, add ribbon to tie with, glue on flower (or any embellishment you would like) with glue stick or and glue dot, these are so cute, you will want to make lots, keep them or give them as gifts, these cute birds will look great on anyone's tree.