Sunday, November 25, 2012
Monday, May 7, 2012
Could these cards be any cuter?! And the price couldn't be better! Make 8 of these cards (2 of each of the 4 designs) for $15. These cards come to gether quickly with the use of the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge and coordinating stamp sets! Mona is donating all the money from this workshop for my mission trip... thank you, Mona!!!
These cute gift boxes are a snap to make using the CTMH "Art Philosophy" Cricut cartridge and the coordinating stamp set called "Thoughtful Tidings". Use them to fill with treats for a special dad this Father's Day, or better yet, give them to someone "just because"! You can create both boxes for $5, and they will only take about 1/2 to make. I'll have 4 "Thoughtful Tidings" stamp sets to sell that day!
Saturday, April 21, 2012
If you are attending the fundraising crop you can make this card for only $2! All supplies will be provided at a make-and-take table. Copy it as is, or change it up a bit... whichever you prefer!
(Thank you to Vicki Wizniuk for the inspiration for this card!)
Posted by Your Scraptopia Team! at 7:54 PM
Saturday, March 31, 2012
What a perfect gift for Father's Day! An album made by his family that celebrates him! This album was fun to make and I imagine it will be valued more as the years go by. I used the retired "It's a Guy Thing" paper pack, but it was also made by a friend with the "Lucky" paper pack and it looks great, too! You can get the whole album done with one pack (plus additional solid cardstock pages) with some leftovers! I still have to gather photos for the last layout!
Thursday, November 10, 2011
If you want to make your own Christmas cards this year, but don't want to get a brain cramp thinking up your own design, colours and supplies, sign up for this workshop! Susanne will lead you in making these three great cards and you get to keep the stamp set! You will go home with the samples and stamp set ready to mass produce at your convenience! These cards range from very quick to very fun. Perhaps the highlight will be using the ink resist technique (using versa mark and embossing powder) for the blue sled and snowflake card. Fun, fun, fun!
Friday, August 5, 2011
Wow, I never would have guessed it, but how perfect! Now you can cut cricut shapes to match/coordinate with many CTMH stamp sets! To check out how to use the cricut cartridge to enhance some of our Workshops on the Go patterns, click here for a youtube video.
Thursday, January 6, 2011
It's not too early to start thinking about your Valentine! January is well underway and before we know it Valentine's Day will be upon us! Why not come to our crop on Jan. 22nd to join me in making these adorable 3x3" minis?! They're the perfect size for on top of a box of chocolates, or as a surprise in a lunch box or on a desk. With 5 cards, you'll be able to express to several people how much they mean to you. Sentiments can easily be changed to suit the person who's receiving it. These are versatile enough that you could even use them for a different occasion!
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Saturday, September 18, 2010
I just love these CTMH boxes! They are sturdy, made out of stampable chipboard, and have magnetic flaps. They fit 4x6 cards, photos or recipe cards (exact dimensions are: 6 3/8' x 4 3/4" x 3 3/4"). This photo is of the one I'm offering as a workshop on Oct. 2 at our all day crop. The photo shows you different options for decorating it. The patterned paper is from the "Bella"' paper pack and is reversible so you can use chocolate or hollyhock for your main colour. The flower embellishment can be customized as well. The inside flap is also covered with the floral paper so it looks cute open or closed!
The greeting card is made with a technique called ink resist which uses heat embossing. This card is easy to customize for any occasion by just changing up the saying. Don't forget you can click on the photo to see the items in closer detail.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
We're ending the club year with a bang! I was inspired by a PageMaps layout, and I love how it turned out! This will be the first page in a whole album dedicated to me. When I (or my kids) look back over it in the years ahead, I think it will be interesting to see how life changes. Wouldn't you love to see an album dedicated to your mom when she was your age and compare your lives?
This layout uses the Veranda "Creative Basics" paper and ribbon. I thought it was perfectly suited for my Mom and her twin brother's 75 birthday pictures. You can't see it well (or at all!) but there are lines stamped between the brackets for journaling. this spot could also be used to add more images like a cake etc.
Monday, April 26, 2010
We used Veranda paper and the Felicity stamp set to make our layout this month. A snap to put together, but shows off well! I may add a title or some journaling to the page... will decide when I put together the other side.