It is Fab Friday over at Frosted Designs and the challenge this week is circles. For this challenge, I created a Cricut Cover. I created jean roses and dryer sheet circle flowers to decorate and fit the challenge. I also cut the material for the ends from the back pockets. I thought the pockets added a nice storage space for the Gypsy and the Cricut tools. I also added a little pocket on the front for decoration. If you notice
Hey, guys! Today I am sharing with you a super cute purse I created for my oldest daughter. The purse was made from a pair of her old jeans. I purchased some material and appliques from Joann Fabrics. I love this material because it is so adorable and full of color! I simply removed the legs of the jeans. I then cut the bottom out of one of the legs.
Hey, guys. I have a cute little 4th of July mini album to share with you today. It’s made using an old pair of jeans, cardboard and paint. I attached the button top from one of the pairs of jeans for a closure piece. I added ribbon and cute star buckles. Each pocket holds a tag with a photo on one side and journaling on the other side. Thanks for stopping by!
While I was part of the design team for Frosted Designs I created this chipboard album provided by My Monster Creations. The albums were really nice to work with and I was so thrilled to receive one. Flower Album Items used…My Monster Creations Flower Album, 100 Days of Summer Kit from Simple Stories, Distressed Inks by Ranger, various rick rack. Thank you, My Monster Creations for allowing us to play
Oh, My Goodness! Can you believe it’s almost March? I sure can’t. Lots of fun events coming in March. For those of you near or in Ohio, the Memories Scrapbooking Expo in Columbus is March 25-26. So save the date! I know I am excited and looking forward to some girl time and shopping! Introducing… Hugs & Kisses My Hugs & Kisses Album features a Valentines Day Kit from Creative Memories. I
Today’s tutorial was requested by a few readers. I love receiving feedback from readers. I’ll do my best to post a tutorial for any project you wish to see. So grab a cup of coffee and let’s get started. First, you’ll need to collect a few cans. I use the food service size cans for their size. Second, you need a can opener that releases the seal that holds the top
While browsing Pinterest, I found this really cool tutorial online at Scrap Shoppe, How to Make a Snowman out of a Sweater. So off to the thrift store I went to pick up a white sweater. I lucked out and found this really cool top hat toy and a really nice off-white sweater. I was so stoked! Step One: Turn the sweater inside out. Remove both sleeves by cutting along