Friday, January 22, 2010

Reliving the Holidays...

...with my Merry and Bright kit!
For this page I used the left over part of the die cuts sheet in the kit as a mask and sprayed Maya mist to make my back ground. Then I cut a circle out of some of the red patterned paper and sewed a spiral stitch around it to make a flower, painted the edges with the Smooch and sprinkled clear glitter while it was still wet. Gave it great texture!

For the "Bad Santa?" page, I used a scrap of a clear overlay and glued some glass glitter along the edges to look like snow then painted some raw chipboard thickers with the smooch and stuck them on the overlay to create my title.
I also used the same glitter on my other Santa page as snow on top the houses.
I hope ya'll have been busy with your kits! The new Masters kit will be here before you know it!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Quick little mini

So I made a quick little mini with my Merry & Bright kit...
It's a mini to house all my iphone pics from the holidays. I thought they deserved their own little book.
They are great pics taken in the moment...not great quaility pics but great moments.

I made the cover with a thick clear hambly overlay and bound it with an old post from a post bound book so it fans out like a swatch book. Totally digging this style of mini.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Putting those Christmas memories on paper

Check out the work our Masters did with this wonderful holiday packed kit!





Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Merry & Bright!!

This kit is sure to get you scrappin' those holiday pics!
I know you have a stack of them...if you have gotten them printed yet! I'm so behind I haven't! But I can't wait to cut into this kit so I'll be printing pictures this week!

Not only does this kit have some killer papers but take a closer look...die cuts, rhinestone brads, a whole bottle of smooch AND a fabulous stamp! Yowza!

Sunday, January 3, 2010

New Year...

So I need a calendar for the new year...
And since I had lots of my Masters Kit left I whipped me one up! It as so easy too. Just print out a calendar page from a publishing program or find one online then create a card for each month to put it on. For this one I did them the size of a CD case and I used the CD case as the holder to display them and keep them in. Really quick and fun project!