Sunday, November 29, 2009

My 2009 Holiday Planner Mini-Album

I made this on my cricut and thought I'd share the idea with you.  The idea was not my own, but some other very creative person I saw somewhere on the world wide web.  For the check lists go to this website: %20Great  Great idea!  There are photos of this project below.  Scroll down to see them.  Enjoy!

My Thanksgiving Day Weekend Project

Hi everybody,  I made this little puzzle book this weekend and had alot of fun playing with all the pieces and deciding what to do with it all.   I'm pleased as to how it turned out and wanted to share it with you all.  Thanks for coming to my blog, I hope you have a wonderfully creative day!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Blog Candy Update from 11/7!

After numerous attempts to try to contact Gina Stuart, the winner of my blog candy, with no luck, I drew another name on 11/24.  The winner is ScrappinSue.  Congratulations Sue!  Your stamp sets are in the mail today.

A note to Gina:  Gina leave me a comment so I can see about sending you something else.

Friday, November 20, 2009


Hi Everybody,

I saw this idea online somewhere and just loved it.  I dug out my Christmas Glitter Stack from DCWV.  And then I cut out various cardstock pieces of the "Bldg3" at 11 inches from my Winter Woodland Cricut Cartridge, including the roof, snow pieces, and door cut outs.  Then I cut from "cereal" box cardboard the house shape for the front and back cover.  I used the deep cut blade for that one.  I found the blank worksheets at %20I .     I really like how it turned out.  Maybe this year I'll be really organized and stress free for the Holidays. 

Please leave a comment if you have any questions. 

Thanks for coming to my blog. 

Have a great Thanksgiving!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

A Christmas Tag Tease

Here's a Christmas Tag I made last night, it was really simple, but I really like how it turned out.  I have some old books that I tear pages out of to use for papercrafting.  I stamped a poinsettia image on the page and cut it out and put it on the tag with dimensional adhesive.  The stamps were from Close To My Heart, The Gift of Love (poinsettia) and Christmas Scripts.   I cut the tags from my Cricut, I think it was on the Tags, Bags and Boxes cartridge.

4th and Last Album page challenge results.

This page was completed by A.M.  Great job everybody!  That was fun!  Now on to the next project.  We're all making a Vintage Christmas mini album page to swap with each other.  Can't wait to see those.  I'll post them when they are finished.  After that,  there is the Christmas/Anytime tag swap that is coming up.  I'll post those pics when I get them all in.  Happy Scrapping everybody! 

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Virtual Crop on Ustream, From the Beach!

I spent saturday night following the scrapbeach ustream virtual crop!  Hosted by Kathryn, it was 6 hours of challenges *(6 - one every hour) and lots of chatting.  What a great time!  I completed the challenges today and uploaded them.  There are prizes involved.  I hope I win.  Wouldn't that be fun!  I had an awesome time completing mine which follow this post, just scroll down and enjoy!  SYS

November 2009 Crop Challenge #1: {Page}Map to Treasure!

We had to follow this sketch for our first challenge!  Here's mine.

November 2009 Crop Challenge #2: Scrap Outside Your Box!

For this challenge we had to try something new.  I chose trying "the acrylic smash" I learned from SCS.  It was fun, messy, but fun!  I like how it looks.  This is a 6 x 6 size.

November 2009 Crop Challenge #3: Scraplifters Will Be Prosecuted!

For this challenge we had to choose a layout or project from the photo gallery on "the Scrapbeach"  to "scraplift"!  Here is mine!  This was made from a spice jar.

November 2009 Crop Challenge #4: No More Paper Trimmers Ever!

This challenge we were not allowed to use a paper trimmer, I used scissors and ripped, I like how it turned out.

November 2009 Crop Challenge #5: Delicious and Nutritious!

For the fifth challenge we had to use these items:
1 x Paperclip
2 x Flowers
3 x Shades of Ink
4 x Patterns of Paper
5 x Photographs
6 x Brads

November 2009 Crop Challenge #6: Animal Crackers!

This challenge was to create an animal/pet page.  And here's mine. 

Saturday, November 7, 2009

We have a Winner!!!!

The winner of the 5 CTMH stamp sets is Gina Stuart!!!! Congratulations Gina!

(Note:  that time isn't right, I posted this after 5:00PM, weird, I wonder whose time that is?)


There is still some time to follow and comment to get a chance to win these 5 stamp sets.  I will pick one winner from my blog giveaway at 4PM, today!  I was so encouraged by all your comments and willingness to follow my blog.  Thank you, Thank you, Thank you all very much!  If you commented under Blog giveaway,  and followed me you are entered twice in the drawing.   Good Luck, I can't wait to see who will win!  Stay tuned for the winner!

Thursday, November 5, 2009

3rd Challenge album page completed! Thanks JB

Here is JB's album.  I'm loving what everyone is coming up with.  This first pic is of the front, and then the inside of the front is next, and then again with the tags.  The last pic is the back of the album page.  Well done JB, "I love it"....

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

2nd Challenge album page is in, thanks CD!

This is the 2nd Challenge album page in.  It resembles a purse.  These ladies are very creative and loved this challenge! The top photo is the front of the page.  The following pics are of the inside of the purse and then the back cover.  Thanks CD for your page!

1st Challenge album page is in, thanks RJ!

This is the first challenge page that was finished.  Nice job!  It's so cool to see what others do with the same materials.  Thanks RJ for your contribution!  This firsts pic is the back of the page, with the flap open.  You can't tell but the wings of the fairy are glittered and it looks really cool.  The second pic is the back page closed. The 3rd pic is the front page, the 4th pic is the inside of the front page.  RJ used everything that was in the kit, EVERYTHING!  Well done.