Sharing another layout today. I recently bought a package of cards from Simple Stories, from their Sn@p “Everyday” collection. The cards in this pack vary in size, from 4″x6″ to 4″x4″ and other small square shaped cards. I love all the colors and they coordinate with the original Sn@p collection nicely. I pieced together this layout with a grid of these cards arranged on the page. It turned out to be quite colorful…!
This part of the page was made using scraps of Sn@p paper, and stickers from the Sn@p collection. It’s sort of busy looking – but I do like it. Just a high level glimpse into our week right now – and what typically goes on each day:
I think this would be a great page to make once or twice a year, to get a glimpse into our daily life and routine. I also love this photo of the kids so so so much, that I knew I had to make a page about it. It was just a candid moment of them playing in their PJ’s that I caught one morning while drinking my coffee. But it’s totally our life right now – love it
Hi guys! Just wanted to let you know I have a new article up over on the Craftsy blog where I show you how to create this cute little Mini Album using Project Life style cards.
…any pocket-style scrapbooking stuff will do -if you’re like me, you’ve collected all kinds of brands. I’m always looking for ways to use up mine! I hope you find the tutorial helpful
You can find a full listing of all my Craftsy articles here if you’re interested. Thanks for looking!
I’ve been having some fun playing with Lawn Fawn stamps that I grabbed at the CKC convention a few weeks ago. Here are some cards that I’ve been making. They are simple, but fun! Love coloring these cute images. The stamps and dies used for these cards are from “The Best Pun Ever” stamp set.
I’m offering the above cards as a set of 3 in my Etsy shop. I think these cards would be great to have on hand when you need to send a card out to anyone. They are great for all occasions.
These next few I made with some “Get Well Soon” Lawn Fawn stamps. I do love the ease of using the coordinating dies, however I do think buying dies gets expensive! I try to only buy ones that I really know I will get a lot of use out of.
This is a set of 3″ x 3″ cards…these little stamps were a perfect fit for a set of tiny cards. Just love those little band-aids!
I recently bought the Envelope Punch Board from We R Memory Keepers and I couldn’t wait to try and make these super cute bows. There are a lot of tutorials out there, but I found this one helpful. On the ends of the bow, I used a square punch instead of the punch board. I like my ends more straight versus curvy. Just a matter of preference!
I made several cards – how fun is this for a wedding or anniversary?
I created these for Father’s day. I think these bow ties make perfect cards for guys…and even little boys!
This one is pretty elegant. I am trying to decide what it would be best for. I think maybe a card for Father’s Day, Birthday – or maybe for your son on his wedding day?
I know I keep saying this, but I am uploading these to my Etsy shop every few days. I totally appreciate any and all orders thus far. It totally helps keep my crafty habit going…so I don’t feel badly about buying new goodies Thank you all!!