Showing posts from February, 2016

Happy Easter-February 16

I know Easter is still more than a month away, but it will be here before we know it. I had a small piece of water color painted paper left and decided the colors were perfect to create an Easter card using the Penelope paper pack.

The Spring Critter stamp set is perfect for Easter this year. The sentiments I used are from the Close to My Heart Artfully Sent cartridge.

All supplies for this card can be ordered here.

Valentines Day Treats

Spring Critters was the perfect stamp set to make these cute Valentine's Treat tubes. I colored some of the animals in the CTMH watercolor pencils and some of the animals are colored with the ShinHan markers. The treat tubes are from a Close To My Heart special a couple of years ago.

ABC Blog Hop-D is for Daisy

Welcome to the Everything ABC's Blog Hop!
For this hop we will be featuring the letter D. This may be the name of a paper, a stamp set or an embellishment. Whatever the crafter has chosen as their # element will be featured in their post.
If you came from Cat's blog then you're on the right track!
For the letter "D" I chose to highlight Daisy Duck from last year's trip to Disney World. I used the Paper Fundamentals  Enchantment paper pack, Kraft cardstock along with scraps of black and pink. I also used some retired embellishments on the page.  

Your next stop on our Everything ABC'S blog Hop is Wendy Kessler of My Scrapbooking Blog.
In case you get lost along the way go to Catherine Nowak's blog for a complete list of participants!
I have been having fun scrapbooking our trip to Florida last March. The February Stamp Campaign "Share the Love" stamp set was perfect for the pictures with Stich from Lilo & Stitch. I used the Urban paper pack and complements along with the camera and speech bubble from the February Stamp to create this one-page layout.

Here is a close up of the stamps I used and cut. 

Throwback Thursday Laughing Lola "Space Mountain" Layout

I never thought I would find the perfect paper for the Space Mountain ride in Laughing Lola. However, the paper was perfect for the picture we received from Disney and our Disney shirts. I used the Cricut Artiste cartridge for the space ships and planets. I created the background using the Cricut Artbooking cartridge.