Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Baby Invitation

OMG!  OMG! Third post, unbelieveable! Can you believe it? I can't.  Anyways, back in August I was I was asked to create an invitation for our nephew.  The theme was "Prince/Knight". So I search online to see what was out there and realized that I could create it myself. I downloaded all the fonts and this is what I came out.

The invitations was printed and this is how it came out! I loved how it came out!

Thank you for stopping by! Take care and see you soon!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Thankful Mini Album / Back to Basic Layout

Two post in one week, wow! You realize this mean I will not post until next year, because I am definitely not consistent, which is a fault of mind, that I plan on changing next year.  I am really organized at work and other areas, but blogging, and crafting are just really difficult for me.  I definitely want to be more consistent 2014.

Moving on, here is a project I pick up from mysisterscrapper on youtube.  I love it, so I decided to create it using the Echo Park line Reflections Harvest.  I think it came out pretty darn cute!  I had some leftover stickers so I decided to create a two-page layout. I went "back to basics" on my layout. I think it came out pretty good based on leftover items.  So don't ever toss the scraps you have!

The line used for this project was the Reflections (ep) Lori Whitlock Harvest.

Thank you again for stopping by! Take care and see you soon!

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Chit Chat / Family Memory Album

OMG!! It's been just a long time. Crazy busy schedule, work, family, and other projects, but for the next three months, life we definitely be even more hectic.  I am hosting my first "Thanksgiving Dinner" with family, and I have to admit I am terrified.  The pressure is definitely "on". 

I need to start on invitations for Thanksgiving and Cookie Exchange. Christmas gifts that I am making need to work their way into my schedule and other things as well.  OMG!! OMG!! How will I get everything done!

Okay, enough of that, you may not know this, but I was a Stampin Up Demonstrator about 2 years ago and I loved it.  It was very hard for me to keep the business going with a full time job and so many demonstrators in my area, that I could not compete.  So I gave it up, sadly!  I did on the other hand learned techniques and had the opportunity to do projects that other demonstrator shared thru the demonstrator website at Stampin Up. 

Below is one of the projects that I did a long time ago that I learned how to do from another demonstrator.  I changed it up a little bit, by adding three more flip pages so I can add more pictures.  This is such a versatile album you can do any theme you want (Baby, Christmas, Halloween, etc.).

The paper line used for this project is Teresa Collins Memorabilia. 
Thank you again for stopping by!  Take care everyone and see you soon.