Monday, August 31, 2009

Gauche Alchemy Circle Journal

Another last minute completion for me tonight! I just finished the outer back cover for my vintage circle journal I am doing over at Gauche Alchemy. We put them in the mail tomorrow and I am so excited about this fun little adventure!

I posted the front cover previously on my blog and have now finished altering the vintage book of my grandmother's. I bound the covers using some of the antique rings from Making Memories Vintage Inspiration line. I used some of my fav ribbon in my stash such as several types of crushed velvet from Basic Grey, as well as some grey sheer organza type ribbon, Making Memories and some from Michael's.

On the inside front cover I used a Seven Gypsies library pocket and tag, paper by K&Co., the pearl ribbon is by Offray, the birds are a Studio G stamp that I inked with Staz On and then glazed with Aileen's Tacky Glue. I used coffee ink by StampCraft for distressing and the smaller stamps such as the clock, wings, hand, etc. are all by Making Memories. On the inside back cover I used some Basic Grey ribbon, buttons from my stash, paper by The Paper Studio, SU stamps, and made the flower by hand using an old page from the book, a stamp, an adhesive pearl and again glazing it.

The back cover is a collage of some various postage labels from some mail I received from a pal in England. The paper is by K&Co. and I just love it. The cameo is a printable from The Graphics Fairy that I colored with my watercolor pencils.

I have just loved stepping outside of my comfort zone by creating this project! And, the best part is that all the product came from my stash - a challenge unto itself! I absolutely love Gauche Alchemy and so glad I found the site! If you get a chance, stop on by over there for some terrific inspiration and fabulous mixed media projects. I am so excited to start on this little adventure and look forward to doing a different page in everyone's journal for the rest of the year! My little journal will see more places in its lifetime than I have! Which is why I have the pocket on the inside of the back cover...for everyone to sign, date, and include a little something if they wish to do so! The inside front cover pocket and card are for me to journal on later about the year of adventures my little journal encountered! Can't wait to share all the pages as they are created! Happy Scrapping!

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Creative Twist Book Inspiration Challenge

The challenge created by the awesome Christina for Creative Twist this week was a using a book as inspiration.! She told us DT members to create a project using a favorite book - its title, a quote or passage, or anything else we wanted to draw from the book. I decided to use The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett.

I first read The Secret Garden when I was about seven or eight and just loved it. I read it several times, but only remembered it the other day when I started re-reading the Chronicles of Narnia series. I think I am trying to recapture the books of my childhood right now! LoL!

I really stepped out my comfort zone for this project. I have been wanting to do something like it for awhile but hadn't ever got around to it. I am glad I waited because for once I really like what I created! The vintage looking frame my friend Annette gave me before she left for Virginia last week. The majority of the products I used were SU, with the exception of the flowers, which are Making Memories; the buttons and thread from my stash; and the bling which is Autumn Leaves. I also used my Cricut and Home Accents for the butterflies. The ink is Staz On and I distressed with StampCraft.

I hope you like my little project and that you take the time to hop on over to Creative Twist to see all the other challenges the DT came up with! They are very talented and Christina is a fantastic hostess too! I would love to see what you come up with for this inspirational challenge! Happy Scrapping!

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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Cards for Soldiers

I am completely loving being on The Lime Light DT! Having the opportunity to do so much for others with my hobby is so rewarding and I feel so blessed to have this chance.

Task 10 for DT members was to create at least 15 cards for soldiers that are going to be mailed off by the fabulous Leah, who will then see the cards are sent off to a particular group. I really enjoyed making the cards for all the men and women that are serving our country proudly! It is really an honor to be able to know that I contributed somehow!

I made a variety of cards that included a 5 card happy birthday set to love, thanks, & thinking of you sentiments. I also used a TON of products for the cards! I used mostly SU & Studio G for the sentiments. The paper included Bazzill, The Paper Studio, DCWV, American Crafts, Daisy D's, K&Co., and Autumn Leaves. I used my watercolor pencils on the some of the images and the ink for the stamps was Staz On, SU, or Studio G. I used my Cuttlebug Swiss Dots & Birds and Swirls folders. I used my Mini Monograms cart for all the scalloped & regular circles. I also used George some for the flower, diamond, and ovals on the monkey card. All the embellies on the birthday set are stickers from my stash that I put on chipboard and then cut out. The ribbon is mostly Target, American Craft, and Michael's. Flowers are Prima and the bling is by Studio G I believe.

My absolute fav card is the yellow butterfly! I just loved how it turned out & almost kept it for myself! hehe! And, the card was also inspired by the terrific Leanne! She did a similar card awhile back and I absolutely loved it! She is inspirational! I also loved the cherry cards too and I really liked how the fall card turned out as well! For our next task, we are again doing the cards for soldiers. If you would like to contribute in some way, we would love for you to do so! This is such worthy cause and so rewarding!

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Friday, August 28, 2009

WSB Design Team Call!

Hey everyone! Hop on over to the Whimsical Scraps & Bugs Challenge Blog! It is that time again and Cindy is having a DT call. As a DT member I can honestly say that the challenges are a blast and Cindy has lots of fun in store for the upcoming DT term! Make sure you check out the info in the post and take the time to apply! It would be a blast to be on the DT with YOU! Also, WSB is looking for Guest Designers too! Even more scrappy fun! Happy Scrapping!

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

More Blog Awards!

I am so blessed to have made so many fabulous friends through my scrapping! That is probably my fav thing about this awesome hobby! There are so many sweet and talented people out there willing to share their love with others!

This particular blog award came from a super sweetie I met through us being together on The Lime Light DT! Sammye Jo is an amazing crafter, has the cutest stuff in her store and is super sweet too! I just think she rocks! For this award I am too name five things I love and give it away to five others too. So here goes....
I love...God, my family, making wonderful scrappy friends, crafting, and Mt. Dew (hehe)!

Now to give this to five people I adore:
This cute little award is one that my dear friend (love ya girl!) Leanne gave to me! She is just so amazingly creative and such a great person too! We have so much in common and if I don't watch myself, could totally run up one heck of a cell bill talking to her! I get to share this award with 12 other people which is just so much fun! So here goes!

1. Sammye Jo
2. Stephanie
3. Callista
4. Cindy
5. Jenny
6. Christina
7. Alicia
8. Amanda
9. Brenda
10. Jenny B.
11. Katie
12. Melissa

Thanks so much for the awesome awards Sammye Jo & Leanne! I enjoy spreading the love and am glad to have you as friends! Happy Scrapping!

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Monday, August 24, 2009

Circle of Friends....

I have totally got behind in posting my blog awards lately. I have not meant to and hope no one is offended! Whenever I receive a blog award it just warms my little heart! It really, really means a lot and this particular award was super sweet!
I actually received the Circle of Friends award from three different people! I am so blessed to have such super crafty buddies! Leanne, Steph, & Callista all gave me the Circle of Friends award and I was soooo tickled! They are such sweet people and I hope you check out their blogs!

Here are the rules:
To pick up the Circle of Friends Blog Award:Cut and paste the award logo and use it on your own blog.Nominate at least 5 other bloggers you feel have become part of your circle of friends. Link to your nominees within your blog post. Include these instructions on how to pick up the award in your blog post. Link back to the person who gave you the award in your blog post, to show your appreciation. Comment on their blogs to let them know they've received the award.

I would love to give this out to......

1. Sammye Jo
2. Christina
3. Beth
4. Cindy
5. Diane

I think I have one more that I need to post, but I have to come up with 12 people to give it to! I am happy to give it away to so many others, but it is always so hard choosing when I know soooo many wonderful, crafty people! Happy Scrapping!

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Creative Twist Upside Down/Inside Out Challenge

The challenge Christina at Creative Twist gave us DT members this week was to create something upside down or inside out. As soon as I heard the challenge I knew what I wanted to do!I got this cute little monkey online - just found him through Google and thought he was adorable! I colored him using my watercolor pencils before I cut him out, and placed him on some blue background, which I cut again. I pop dotted the balloon to give it extra dimension. The paper used in this project is DCWV and Bazzill cardstock. The ribbon is American Crafts and the sentiment is Studio G. I also used George to cut the diamond shapes which I also pop dotted, as well as to cut the flower and oval shapes.

Making this card was so much fun and I hope you take the time to pop on over to Creative Twist and see all the other DT creations! They are all a very talented group of people. I also hope you take the plunge and join us in this week's challenge - it would be so much fun to see your take on it too! Happy Scrapping!

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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Just Payin' It Forward....

The first five people to respond to this post will get something made by me, especially for you.

This offer does have some restrictions and limitations:

1- I make no guarantees that you will like what I make but I hope you will.

2- What I create will be just for you.

3-They say I have a year to get it to you. But I promise it will NOT take that long.

4- You have no clue what it's going to be. It’s a surprise to both of us at this point.

The catch? You must re-post this on your blog and offer the same to the first 5 people who do the same on your blog.So the first five people who post, and are willing to pass it along,will get a handmade gift in the mail from me. When you get it, make sure you post a pic on your blog!

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Circle Journal Cover - Altered Vintage Book

This was a project I completed over the weekend. I am still in the middle of my scrapblock but hoping to get my mojo going again soon! This is the cover of a circle journal I am doing over at Gauche Alchemy. I altered one of my grandmother's antique books as I am really getting into the vintage stuff right now. There are so many projects that it is perfect for and I love the look, too!

I got the idea for the altered book from Beth over at Dirty Laundry. She is amazing and I love her style! Girl totally works it out! I still have quite a bit I want to do for it and am hoping to get my mojo going soon so I can finish it before we start shipping our journals out to each other. Most of the products on the cover are from Making Memories Vintage Inspirations line. It is absolutely fantastic and if you haven't seen it yet, you have got to check it out. Awesome, awesome product! The paper is Daisy D's & I distressed the edges, and the sheet music paper is from The Paper Studio. The envie stack and stamp are diecuts from my stash, and the buttons and cameo are actually stickers from my stash too. I just put them on some chipboard, cut them out, and inked them for better dimension. The handwriting in the upper right corner that I framed is actually my grandmother's; it is her initials that she wrote inside the book. I just had to have that little piece of her on the cover. The title of my altered vintage journal is "the random musings of an imperfect feminist."
As I get it bound and the rest of it done, I will get that posted as well. In the meantime, hop on over to Gauche Alchemy and Dirty Laundry if you get a chance. You will definitely be inspired!

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Mental Block

okay, y'all, i am totally having a mental block! i cannot for the life of me get inspired to finish my WSB challenge that i should have had done sunday! i mentioned earlier that i had the paper and everything picked out, but nothing will come together. it is still the case. i sat down to work on it last night and just got stuck again. so i switched photos thinking that might inspire me some more. but to no avail - i still got nada, zilch, nothing done. i think i may have been working too much with my vintage stuff lately and now i can't stop wanting to play with that! LoL! who knows! i just love the colors for this challenge and really want to rock it out. hoping to get it finished tonight. if i feel okay that is. that's another thing too - been feeling kinda icky too. that sure doesn't help stuff either. i think it may have to do with feeling a little overwhelmed right now. who knows. but here is to hoping that i am up and running again tonight!

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Gauche Alchemy RULES!

Okay, another shout out to Callista because I found Gauche Alchemy through her several weeks ago. It is one of the coolest sites I have ever found and I love their offbeat attitude! They also have some amazing talent and inspiration galore! And to top it off, they are giving away some product lines from Graphic 45, which I am loving lately due to their vintage items. So, check them out if you can and you totally won't regret it!

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Pay It Forward with a Twist!

I was reading Callista's blog a little bit ago and wandered over to Tonia's blog from there. Only to find the coolest post! You have to check it out and if I end up being one of the five, obviously I will be doing my own kind of cool pay it forward thing too! Happy Scrapping!

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Monday, August 17, 2009

Creative Twist Fold Challenge - A Vintage Card

The challenge for this week that is up over at Creative Twist is to incorporate folds into your project somehow. The other DT members really rocked it out and came up with some awesome projects & I am so honored to be a part of this team! Thanks again Christina!

For my card, I decided to do a vintage theme as I have been inspired lately by so many vintage products and projects. I am even working on a vintage circle journal & promise to post a peek later since I was able to finish the cover over the weekend. The vintage patterned paper for the card is Daisy D's, the music paper is The Paper Studio, and the folded paper is Miss Elizabeth. I just used a SU rolling leaf stamp on it. The tag is from my stash, as are the button and the keys, which are actually stickers that I put on chipboard and cut out before inking them with Stazon. The paper is distressed with coffee color ink from StampCraft. The sentiment is from SU. I was kinda overwhelmed by how much vintage inspired products I had, most from a kit a friend had given me for my birthday. Oh, and that vintage table I used for a background is also an upcoming project! My MIL gave it to me & I desperately need to re-finish it!

I hope you like my first challenge for Creative Twist & hope you check out the site too! I will try to post again later today with my WSB challenge. What I thought would be an easy challenge has got me against a wall! I love color challenges, and I already have the photo & paper & everything picked out for the layout, I am just having a horrible time putting it together! Total block! So after work, dinner, and open house at our son's school tonight, I am hoping to lock myself in my scrap room and finish up! Happy Scrapping!

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

3's Company

I am on a roll today with my posting! Woo-hoo! This is another layout with our pics from the Wichita Mtns. These are a few photos we took at Holy City, which was gorgeous. All I have left to scrap from the trip are the scenic photos from Holy City. Hoping to get that done in the next few days and then move on to some more photos that desperately need scrapped!

The paper I used for this layout I picked up in Target's $1 spot - and the best part is I got it for 50% off! Love me some cute cheap stuff! The blue ribbon is also from Target and, yep, you guessed it, it was 50% off in the $1 bin too! Got a pack of three actually! The red ribbon is from Michael's and the chipboard stars are Basic Grey that I covered in Stickles. The letters are stickers by Making Memories. I attached them to some chipboard, cut them out, and then distressed the edges with a file. I love how they turned out & am definitely going to start doing this more with my vast abundance of stickers. The 3 and the apostrophe are Thickers and the s is just a little sticker I had left over - think it is Miss Elizabeth's. The red paper I cut for a journal tag is by The Paper Studio.
Oh, and I also need to note that this layout was inspired by Stephanie over at Scrapsketch. If you check out sketch #137 HERE you can see the similarities. Guess it would be my interpretation of the sketch since I did a few things differently but kept the basic concept. Please make sure you check her site out if you get a chance as there are some amazing sketches and awesome inspirations on the blog! Happy Scrapping!

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Cartridge Give Away!

Click HERE for your chance to win a Cricut cartridge! How cool is that!

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Yummy cuppies & a layout

Mmmm....cupcakes! I was in a mood the other day and decided to whip some up for my hubby to take to work for the guys. I love baking and made some red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting that I topped with walnuts. Except the ones for hubby, he doesn't like nuts except in his brownies. A little odd but that is okay because I am plenty odd! They were so yummy and turned out kinda pretty too, dontcha think?

I also got another layout done from our Memorial weekend trip to the Wichita Mtns. These were some shots from the wildlife refuge - it was so cool just seeing the longhorns and buffalo roam. We also seen some adorable little prairie dogs, but the photo didn't come out too well. I just love the scenery though and all the tall prairie grass and gorgeous wildflowers!

For this layout I again used one of Stephanie's layouts from Scrapsketch! It was the Friday Scrapsketch Challenge. I am tellin' ya to go over there right now for great inspiration and ideas to make your scrappin' life easier! The paper for this layout is from the DCWV Green Stack, except for the paper pieces at the bottom which are K&Co. and The Paper Studio. The chipboard is also by K&Co. and ribbon is Basic Grey. The orange rik rak is from my stash (can't remember what brand is but I do remember buying it at Felicia's Scrapbooks in Austin, Texas), along with the little paper flowers I hand cut from some old paper scraps. I also used George to cut the word TALES. The jornaling spot is Heidi Swapp. Oh, and I used an SU scallop punch and inked the edges of the photos with coffee ink by StampCraft.

I am still way super excited to be on the DT over at Creative Twist! If you get a chance hop on over to see what is going on & meet all the new DT members! I am also hoping to do another post later today if I can get something I am working on completed - and I desperately need to catch up on my blog awards! Happy Scrapping!

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Yay Me!!

I am so super excited because Christina just made me a part of her Design Team for Creative Twist! I found out first thing this morning and that was a wonderful way to start the day! Creative Twist is an awesome new challenge site that will get you thinking outside of the box, while using up some your stash at the same time! I just love her concept and am so happy to be working with such a talented group of scrappers! Make sure you take the time to check out Creative Twist!

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Saturday, August 8, 2009

Just Returned....

I just got home from the float trip my sis n law invited me on. We had a flippin' blast and I have some amazing photos to show off too! I will post some tomorrow or Monday hopefully after I get some much needed rest. It was a six mile float down the Illinois River and was just what I needed. An all day trip with just the girls! Just glad we didn't do the twelve mile trip! LoL! Will post again soon!!!

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Thursday, August 6, 2009

The Hawk - Creative Twist Challenge

One of the neatest new challenge sites that just began is Creative Twist. It is going to be a fun blog that challenges you to use your products (or a technique) in a brand new way. I like the fact that it gets me to not only use my stash, but to think outside the box while doing it! Make sure you check out Christina's site!

As I have seem to be doing lately, I used sketch #131 by Stephanie from Scrapsketch for the basis of the Creative Twist challenge. Have I ever mentioned I love Stephanie's sketches?! hehehe! The challenge at Creative Twist was to use eyelets and ribbon on your layout somehow as a border. Now, I will say that I probably stayed really simple with my ribbon and eyelet near my photo, but I liked the simplicity of it so that is why I didn't get a bit more crazy with it! The photo is one of our son in third grade. He was rockin' the hawk back then and we lovingly called it the frohawk! He looked so cute in it and I was just so proud of him for not being afraid of being different. At that time, the hawks hadn't quite come back yet, so I guess he was ahead of the curve! I am also not quite sure why I decided to do a Christmas layout, but it just felt right. I have been getting a little excited about the upcoming holiday, which is rare for me. Those who know me, know Halloween is my fav holiday. But I am trying to get in the spirit because I will have to start my cards and gifts soon if I will ever get finished before December!

On this layout I used American Traditional Designs paper and rub-ons. The title is Thickers (love them!) and the paper for the journaling spots are DCWV, Ms. Elizabeth, & some recycled packaging. I used some funky magenta ink by Studio G to distress the edges of the paper and journaling spots. The buttons and eyelets are from my stash, and the ribbon is from Michaels. I also used Mini Monograms to cut the scalloped circle and regular circle. Oh, and the photo corners and brads are by Special Moments.

I hope you like my funky little Christmas layout! Make sure to check out both Creative Twist and Scrapsketch if you get a chance! They are both fab sites you are sure to love!

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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

The Perfect Spot - WSB Challenge 22

The latest Whimsical Scraps & Bugs challenge was a vintage ad inspiration. The challenge was definitely...well, a challenge! I loved the ad and the inspiration, but it wasn't easy deciding what I wanted to do! In the end I decided to focus on the colors in the ad. If you want to check out the ad for yourself, which is quite cool, head on over to the WSB site now! While you are there you can also check out all the amazing projects the DT came up with - I must say I was impressed with the amazing quality the team produced. Some very gorgeous projects were definitely created for this challenge!

As I have been lately (because they are soooo awesome!) I used sketch #133 from Scrapsketch & flipped it on its side. I love Stephanie's sketches as they are so contemporary and inspire me to create. Please check out both her private blog and Scrapsketch for some awesome inspiration!

These particular photos are from our trip to the Wichita Mtns. over Memorial Day weekend. We took a picnic lunch and was driving around to find a spot to eat when we seen this place. It was absolutely perfect! The prairie grass, lake, mtns., flowers, the cool breeze blowing in...we couldn't have asked for more. It was so wonderful to just throw our blanket down and enjoy some lunch while admiring God's gorgeous scenery. And, we got to watch quite a show as a thunderstorm moved across the wildlife refuge and we could see it rolling in...lightening and all.

For this layout the majority of the papers are from the DCWV Green Stack. However, the journaling tag I made is Bazzill, & the flowers are from K&Co. & Autumn Leaves paper. The "perfect" is Thickers and the rest of the title I used the Opposites Attract and Mini Mongrams carts for. Oh, and that paper is The Paper Studio. The brads are by Special Moments & I used a white Sakura jelly roll pen for the journaling.

Make sure to hop on over to WSB if you get a chance and check out the DT's work. And leave us a comment as well - we would love to hear what you think! The new challenge, based on some rockin' colors, is posted and we would love to have you play along. If you would like to be a guest designer for the site, just complete the current challenge and email it to the addy listed on WSB. If you are chosen as a guest designer, you will get some yummy candy! Happy Scrapping!

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Monday, August 3, 2009

Farewell My Friend & Lovely Anniversary

I am blessed enough to work in a small office with people I like. One of those people, Annette, is moving to Virginia for two years as her husband is in the Air Force. She is one of my very best friends and our children are also friends. Actually, our son just left on a church mission trip with her three children today and will be gone a week. I know they are going to have such a good time while doing God's work!

Anyway, Friday night after work, the boss took us out to Bossa Nova At The Top, a little rooftop restaurant and bar in downtown Oklahoma City. Annette chose it because Duke Ellington's neice was performing that night and there is nothing like good jazz music, drinks, conversation, & friends! We had such a great time & I am going to miss Annette dearly. They will leave for a few weeks and she is still going to handle some accounts for us via telephone & web cam, but it won't be the same. My partner in crime will be 20 hours away & if I think about it too much I will cry. But, I am so happy for her and her family and it will be such an adventure for them. We are already planning a family vacation to visit them during spring break and I can't wait until it gets here! I love you so much Annette! She is such a beautiful person, both inside & out!!!

Hubby and I also went and stayed at a hotel Saturday for our anniversary & it was so great just to get away for awhile! But completely unlike me, I didn't take any photos! Can you believe it! I got so wrapped up in what we were doing and had so much fun I didn't even think about it! We had a wonderful meal, with a round of drinks on the house for our anniversary, and then went swimming and had great conversation. The hotel room was absolutely fabulous and very elegant - wish I had taken photos! Breakfast the next morning was terrific but then it was back home for life as we know it! My mom was super nice enough to stay with both the kid and the fur baby while we were gone so everything was in one piece when we returned! LoL! My hubby loved the card btw and got me a small something anyway - a graphic novel I had eyed at a local comic book store awhile back. He remembered and I read it yesterday when we got home from the hotel. It was such a great weekend & I wish it had never ended!

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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Lime Light Task 9

This was my first task for The Lime Light since becoming a DT member and it was a very special one. A team member's sister in law is a breast cancer survivor so this particular task benefitted the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition (DBCC.) For this task, I made a set of five cards that could either be kept together or separated for individual cards. I also made little tea bag holders. The cards were for a variety of events including birthday, thank you, thinking of you, friendship and an any occassion card.

I used a variety of products on the cards and tea envies including Bazzill, DCWV & The Paper Studio cardstock, Primas, skittles, buttons, ribbon, stickles, digital stamps, & my watercolor pencils. I also used my Cricut - mostly Mini Mongrams & All Mixed Up for the cards & Beyond Birthdays for the cups on the tea envies. The patterned paper for the envies was mostly Autumn Leaves. Here are closeups of my two fav cards too! I wish the stickles on the cherry & sprinkles had shown up better in the photo.

If you get a moment, please check out The Lime Light and see all the amazing projects the DT is making. As well, you can see what task we are working on and decide if you would like to donate to a fabulous cause too!

Happy Scrapping!

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Gotta Love Leanne!

How awesome is Leanne?! She is such an amazing papercrafter and I am blessed to enough not only to be on the WSB DT with her, but also to call her friend! Leanne just reached 100 followers on her blog and is giving away some AMAZING blog candy by My Mind's Eye, one of my fav brands! Their collections are always so awesome so you totally have to check it out. Also, if she reaches 200 followers by next Saturday, there is extra blog candy from MME for that lucky somebody! Make sure to go check her out HERE! BTW, love ya Leanne - you are so sweet!!!

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