Monday, December 20, 2010

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year...

Just a few more days left and still more shopping to do! I was swamped with the closing of my Childcare and Craft Fairs, that I decided to do all my shopping this week. I hope that there are still some good finds out there!
Anywho, I thought I would share this Mini Scrapbook Album with you all. I made a few of these for craft fairs and decided to keep one for myself. My also gave one to a fellow friend who's birthday is on Christmas Eve, Jacky. She has been with me through my scrappy journey this year and I really do enjoy sharing with her all of my ideas and dreams. She is definitely a wonderful crafty friend. I hope she likes her Mini Album and her prima goodies for her birthday!
Here are photo's of my Christmas mini Albums. I used Shipping envelopes to make the pages with pockets.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Cards Galore!

Happy Holidays!
Sympathy Card Designs.... these cards are being reviewed by a Local Hospital. I hope that they like them. Wish me luck!

Friday, December 10, 2010

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!

I created these cards for a Christmas Card Swap that I hosted in the "Milpitas Scrapbooking Group." I used DCWV's, "La Creme matstack." This card has 2 layers including the card. I used a golden trim and added the green velvet ribbon on top of the trim. I then added the Prima Christmas flower and leaf. I added the pearl center to give it a more elegant look. I printed "Happy Holidays," on my computer and punched it out and added dimensional glue to make it pop. The image of the snowman and the little boy was from the Graphic 45's, Christmas line from last year. Hope that the ladies liked my card as I love theirs! It was a fun swap with great ladies to boot!
These cards were a special order and was made with DCWV's, "The Homemade Christmas Stack." This card has 3 layers total including the card itself. I adhered green velvet ribbong and attached a 3D sticker to it. I also added some tear drop bling on the ribbon. I printed the "Merry Christmas" wording on my printer and distressed the edges with the Vintage Photo Distress Ink. Very simple and fun to make! The customer was wonderful to work with and was so pleased with the results! Thank you so much for allowing me to do this for you!