Hi. Today I'm sharing my layout for the July 15th challenge at Stuck Sketches.
Saturday, July 15, 2017
Friday, July 7, 2017
Sunday, July 2, 2017
Hi everyone. Today I'm sharing my first design team project for The ScrapRoom Kit Club.
It's my layout for their monthly sketch challenge.
Check out the ScrapRoom blog for all the details.
Here is the July Kit
Here is the July Kit
Saturday, July 1, 2017
It's time for July 1st challenge over at Stuck Sketches.
There are two sponsors offering prizes this month from Creative Embellishments and Charms Creations. If you play along with the sketch make sure you link your layout on the Stuck Sketches blog. Good Luck!
Friday, June 16, 2017
It's time for June 15th challenge over at Stuck Sketches.
There are two sponsors offering prizes this month from Lindy's Stamp Gang and ScrapMatts.
If you play along with the sketch make sure you link your layout on the Stuck Sketches blog.
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Monday, April 10, 2017
Today I'm sharing my last design team projects for My Creative Scrapbook. I have really enjoyed being a guest designer for the last few months. Here are some Spring layouts made from the April Creative at My Creative Scrapbook.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Monday, March 20, 2017
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Hello. Today I'm showing a quick way to make embellishments from your scraps.
Epoxy embellishments are popular right now, and they are very easy to make.
To make these cute embellishments you will need:
1. Paper Scraps
2. Paper Punches
3. Glossy Accents Glue
Use your paper punches to cut shapes from your scrap paper.
You can also use stickers, cardstock pieces from the embellishment pack, or designs cut from the patterned paper.
I even used one of the rub-ons. First, I put it on plain white cardstock and then cut it out.
Add Glossy Accents to your paper pieces.
The glue will be a bit cloudy until it dries.
Tip: I used a small amount of temporary adhesive underneath each piece before adding the glossy accents on top. This helps to keep in place as you are adding the glue on top.
Let dry for several hours or overnight depending on the thickness of the glue. These took about 4 hours to dry.
They will dry clear and shiny and be ready to use on your pages and cards.