This is the newest project I created for Perfect Paper Crafting. It's also my first time using ink and a stencil to create a background. I can see where I need to improve my skills on creating more depth the different shades of ink, but all in all, I love how it turned out!
I am sharing another project I created for my GDT month for Trendy Twine.
Keeping with the back to school theme, I created this comp book and felt pencil pouch set with one of the August Spotlight Colors, Berries Jubilee Trendy Twine.
Instead of using floss, I stitched the felt die cut pencil pouch with the Berries Jubilee Trendy Twine. It's not as "neat" as it might have been using the floss, but it looks cool and works just the same. :)
I also added a twine bow and accent piece along seam.
It's time for another fantastic sketch from The Memory Nest! Make it Monday No. 69 is full of fun layers and possibilities.
I kept direct to the sketch minus one center panel/photo. I just adore these sweet photos of my granddaughter playing peek-a-boo with a clear plastic lid. Oh, the precious innocence of a 15 month old. Anything is fair game when they think they are outsmarting you. lol
pp, brads, enamel dots, and stickers: Simple Stories
twine: The Twinery
spray mists: Shimmerz
To check out the newest sketch (as well as the older ones) click here. I hope you'll play along!
The newest challenge on the Picture This ! blog is live. This time we want you to use your not so perfect photo/s.
I had several photos of Emily that were dark, taken far away which created a small, unclear subject, and fuzzy. This was the perfect challenge to use them, and grouped together they work well.
Head on over to the Picture This ! challenge blog to see what the team came up with and don't be shy- share your layout with your not so great photo! We'd love to see how you creatively used it/them! :)
Hi! I am up on the Trendy Twine blog sharing my first project as the August Guest Designer. I am so excited to have this opportunity. :)
My assigned theme is back to school so for my first project I created a study card and snack set featuring the beautiful Berries Jubilee Trendy Twine.
I added the Berries Jubilee Trendy Twine to the edges of the alphabet print patterned paper. There are three strips glued to one side where the tag is also tied with double piece. The other side has two strips glued down.
The candy snacks have been wrapped in patterned paper and then a double length of twine has been wrapped around them. The tag also featured a double strand of the Berries Jubilee Trendy Twine like the card.
Thanks for stopping by! I hope I have inspired you to create a little study snack.