Hi there, check out this vintage album I made up using the K & Co Paper line. I inked all the edges using Vintage photo from Tim Holtz's distress inks. I love the colours in this paper line. I added a lot of Tim Holtz stamps, flowers, brads, pull outs, ribbons, and so much more in this album. It is made from paper bags. I love the binding as I used fibre trim to close up the album. For the cover I made an envelope and filled it full of flowers, stickers, buttons, feathers, and a few other things.
I will be giving this album as a gift to someone very special who has helped raise my child's service dog!
Check out the size of this pull out mat. Each page has a pull out mat from the right side of the album. Lots of room for photos!
Hi everyone. I made this card quick quite quickly. I first took an embossing folder from Sizzix and embossed the blue paper. I then inked the embossed part using some faded jeans ink. I then took this wonderful digi image and used some copics on top in the center of the flower to help it stand out a bit. I layered it up using some spellbinders circle dies. I added some word stickers to the bottom corner and some blue bling in both top left and bottom right corners. I think these simple cards and quite a joy to make and look good too.
Hey everyone. It is funny how we keep so much paper and sometimes forget to use it! Also for the Belli Challenge, I have also forgotten I had the bling that went on the butterfly. I made his this card using spellbinders dies and layered up the butterfly, from the butterfly garden collection. I then cut some strips of co-ordinating paper from that paper line and just made some arrowed edges. I used a rub on "thank you" to the bottom strip. Lastly I added some bling to the side of the card as well as on the butterfly.
Hey, today I made this card for the Compendium of Curiosities challenge 29. I started out by embossing the black paper with the spellbinders M-bossibilities EL-017. I love that look it gives. It totally fits with Tim Holtz!!! Then I Embossed the "Enjoy the journey" and on the screws around the sentiment. (where the screws go from the embossing folder) I then die cut 2 gears suing Tim Holtz's die and then embossed them. I added this great brad from Bo Bunny and then attached it to the card using Tim's tiny attacher! I wanted to black out the staples, so I used my copic black and coloured the staples. For the inside I wanted to keep the flow to the card, so I placed black card stock inside and then layered it with the kraft card stock on top. I stamped the birds on one, inked around the edges and placed another piece of kraft near the bottom for the writer to write to their recipient. Lastly I embossed the "it's all perspective" and then this one was done!
Hi all! It has been a busy few weeks and sick kids! Finally I am back able to do my thing! Today I made this wonderful card using a lot of spellbinders. I used the M_Bossabilities ES-004 to creative this embossed card. I used some pink glitter paper to add some sparkle and I used an edge die from spellbinders to create the design. I took a 1/2 inch piece of the glitter paper and scored it all the way down at 1/4 inch. I then folded it over and then stitched it down. I like this look! For the flower I layered 2 flowers and then used the spellbinders set (ironworks) and made the die cuts that are behind the flower. Lastly I did my sentiment and adhered it all to the card! For the inside, I wanted to keep it simple. I used more of the same paper from the front and put it inside to keep the flow going.
Hey everyone! I made this chipboard album in the vintage style. For the cover I used some vintage style paper and added this wooden "traditions" element. I painted it brown. I took this brown piece of paper, and put gold paint all around the edges for a mat. I added some ribbon/flowers/lace and brads to finish up the front. Throughout the rest of the album, I have added stickers, flowers, brads, gens, metal elements, buttons and flowers. I sewed some of the mats to the pages for interest. To bind this album, all I did was take my we r memory punch and make holes for the top and then bind it together using a binder clip. It is a very easy way to get an album together!
Hey, I took this fairy digi image and then used some stickles to add some glitz to this fairy. I used spellbinders to mat up the die cuts. For the background, I made this using the ranger colour sprays. It is a product they sold a couple years back, it gives some nice rich colour. Then I added some paper from the K & Co paper line sweet nectar. I used some twine to criss-cross around the mat. Then I added three flowers/brads over top of the main image mat. I added a tag I made with my We R Memory Chompers (purple set) and stamped the "You're so sweet" sentiment on to it. I used my copics to match the colours from teh cards in the words. I lastly added this great cupcake embellishment that I'm not quite sure what company it is, but it worked perfectly! Then I adhered it to the card front and it was done!
I won this digital image awhile back and just had to use this sweet puppy. I added some stickles to his collar and then matted him up using spellbinders. I used some Authentique paper and layered up a tag using my own sentiment using MS Word. I then used copics to add some red to the "Life" in the sentiment.I attached this beautiful red ribbon and made a nice bow! I'm still working on my bows, but this one is great! I then adhered it first to some red cardstock, and then that to the black card front. I added some red bling to the side and she was done!
Hey! Check over at Birdie Browns and grab this cute digi. It is there challenge for the month. I printed this guy off and then used watercolour pencils on him. It worked alright, but I think I prefer my copics...but I wanted to do something a bit different. After he was dry, I had to spice him up with some stickles. I layered him onto a spellbinders oval scalloped die cut. I used some random paper for the back and some layered the border and matching sticker onto the mat. I added some leaves...one big one in behind and 2 little guys in front. Lastly I added some buttons/twine to finish this up. I think I will try this little guy again and use copics, hopefully sometime soon!
Here is a quick way to make a mini-album. I made this matchbook style girl album. To add some decoration, I sewed all my mats onto the pages. It was a very easy to put together mini. I added a few flowers and brads along the way and a few stickers of course. I put this one together very quick and it will make a nice present! I also thought that this could turn into a card...in fact a few pockets and it could be a gift card holder/card/mini!