Thursday, March 30, 2017
New Summer Beach Scrapbook Album Kit, Carta Bella
Friday, March 17, 2017
Doodlebug Collectible Pin Wall Display
This is a 12x12 display. I started with a piece of white card stock and layered the following pieces on top: (some product links below)
Pistachio Gingham Prints 11 3/4" x 11 3/4" (product link below)
Spring-A-Ling double-sided card stock 11 1/2" x 11 1/2"
Bubblegum Gingham Prints (product link below) -- cut on my CAMEO machine. (This is an offset of the cutting file).
White card stock -- cut on my CAMEO machine. Link Square Lace Background 11" square
May Flowers Dot paper -- cut into 2" squares and adhered behind each square.
I adhered everything to a piece of 12x12 corrugated cardboard cut from a packing box.
Once I pushed each pin through the paper and card board, I attached the pin's original card with the pin backing. This is so I can remember the names, but also so that I don't lose the original card.
I added my display to a white 12x12 shadowbox frame (link below). I used this one because it has adjustable inserts to change depth as needed.
I went ahead and made two more frames for my room because I know I'll be adding more pins to my collection.
Thanks for checking out my project today! Be sure to check back next week, when the team will have more project ideas for these adorable collectible pins!
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Thursday, March 16, 2017
New York Travel Mini Album
Just hopping on the blog this morning to share a mini album I created for a client this week. She wanted a travel album for an upcoming trip to New York. I used a chipboard binder album and a combination of paper from PhotoPlay's Boarding Pass collection, and Kaisercraft's Wanderlust line.
Thanks for stopping by and checking out this fun travel album!
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Flower Box Card - March Blog Hop with Lori Whitlock
Hey there everyone! Today is Lori Whitlock's March Blog Hop and my blog is the first stop on the hop. But be sure to visit Lori's site because she has a sale, a giveaway and an awesome freebie for you!
For my project today, I created one of Lori's adorable box cards that's just perfect for spring! Take a look ...
I used her cutting file called A2 Box Card Flower Bee and the beautiful Echo Park Celebrate Spring collection (also designed by Lori). Isn't this so cute? I just love the flower and little bee sticking out the top!
The pattern papers in this collection are so colorful and filled with flowers, bees, and butterflies. Check out the little rain drops in the background! This card is a sweet way to send a little happiness to friends and family.
Like all of Lori's amazing cards, this folds flat for tucking into an envelope or storing as a sweet memento. Below are the product links for this project. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Doodlebug Magnetic Wall Calendar
Hi friends! Today, I'm sharing my Doodlebug Calendar Challenge project with you. I've been needing a visual reminder of due dates and to do lists on the wall near my desk. So, when I learned about this design team challenge, I was excited to create a large magnetic calendar for my room.
To make this, I adhered 5 sheets of 12x12 Daily Doodles calendar paper and 1 sheet of Lots of Love double-sided cardstock to the front of a 24"x36" magnetic board purchased from an office supply store. I started out with 6 calendar sheets, but then decided to add the cute print for lists. (Product links below.)
I added more magnetic tape to some die cuts and stickers from the Spring Things and Cream and Sugar collections but ... you could use ANY collection. They look so cute decorating the different spaces.
I used a black dry erase marker to add the dates, events, and all my notes and reminders in the bottom section. These can easily be wiped off and updated!
To finish it off, I added glitter sprinkles on top of the acetate to dress up my list labels. Then, I used some pretty blue washi tape around the edge of the frame.
Keep in mind ... you can use ANY collection for this project. Have fun with it and mix and match die cuts, prints, and stickers depending on the month or season.
I hope I've inspired you with some creative and wonderful Doodlebug products. Have a great day!
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Sunday, March 5, 2017
Disney Themed and Travel Kits, Album & Page Layouts
First, are ya headed to see Mickey? If so, you'll be taking lots of pictures. Our Disney scrapbook kits make saving and sharing those memories so easy!