Tuesday, August 29, 2006

baby boy lunch box

I finally made it. I love how it turned out. I used Basic Grey papers, Bazzill cardstock, rubons, paint, stamps, ribbons, fibers, tags, die cuts, charms, brads, chipboard, metal accents, and alphabet stickers. The lunchbox has been sealed with mod podge.

Each divider has a place to write information on the back for things that happened that month. The back of the "birth" and "first birthday" cards are the only two that are different.

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

First Day of School

Here are my boys on the first day of school - August 8, 2006

Monday, August 14, 2006

Sun 7/13 Quickutz Club Meeting

Here are some of the recipe layouts that the other talented ladies in the group made:

Here is the recipe layout that I made:

Here is the layout we made at the meeting:

Here is the prize that I one in the drawing for those that participated in the swap, I can't wait to make some cards:

Friday, August 11, 2006

A couple of FH2S Challenges

Both layouts use Rhonna Farrera digital papers and elements. For the first one I changed the colors to work for the challenge. I got both kits at 2 peas.

Here is Wacky Wed. colors - purple and pink

This layout is a sketch and photo challenge:

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

latest creations

Life has been a bit busy and I have FINALLY been able to get some stuff done for ebay. Make sure to come check them out along with the other items that I have in my store. I also lowered the price on all my die cuts.

This album turned out so cute. I used a self addressed kit (I believe it was the June kit) to make this along with my quickutz. I used my new abigal and sunshine fonts along with some great shapes. I also used ribbons, staples, ink, brads, flowers, snaps, and a whole lot more.

I found this kit at Target and gave it a try. It turned out really cute. It is a Colorbok kit. I used ribbons, stamping, stickers, die cuts, and metal embellishments on this project.