I'm continuing to use up all of my SEI paper. Here are two simple cards made from scraps. I love simple card layouts.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
I had some chipboard and rub on leftovers, so I threw them on this card. It's not my best work, but I didn't want to throw away these scraps. I think it a ribbon between the two words will help to make this a better card. I'm posting it because I think all work is art. It may not be our favorite piece, but it's still art none the less. So here's to my not to favorite piece of art. Cheers!
Saturday, January 26, 2013
Well...one of my co-workers went ahead and decided to take another job at a different company. Whaaaaat? Now I have to go make new friends. Oh well. I made this for her as a going away present and she was so thrilled. She said she wasn't going to write in it, but I made her promise that she would. The paper is from DCWV and the flower is a Lori Whitlock design that I cut out of my Sihlouette Cameo. I hope you like it!
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Monday, January 21, 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
I made this journal as a Christmas present for a friend at work. She's undergone quite a transformation with her weight and she's finally enjoying life. I thought this would be perfect for her!
The paper is from My Minds Eye. The flower is cut with my Silhouette. I believe the file is from Lori Whitlock, since most of the files I buy seem to be from her designs. I used dew dots for the brown flowers and pearl brads and embellishments. The key and lock were sitting in my drawer, and I can't remember who manufactures them. Oh well.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
I finally took the plunge and purchased some Joy's Life stamps. I love these stamps with the play on words. This set is called Wild Life Puns. You can see her entire selection here.
To a Fungi...perfect for a male birthday card.
Monday, January 14, 2013
Saturday, January 12, 2013
In this edition of "Using My Stash", I'm featuring a layout called Unique. I believe this paper is called Windsor. I love the ribbon in this line. I'm not very impressed with the stick-able embellishments as they seem to be a lot less sticky after two years of sitting in a drawer.
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
I'm trying to focus on using up my stash this year, instead of buying new supplies. I know...it's a lofty goal, but one that can be done! I'm not saying I won't buy ANY new supplies. I'm just trying to use my stash first. This layout is made with SEI paper. It's called Oasis. In fact, many of my next posts will feature SEI paper. Why? Well...about 2 years ago I put in a big order. When it came in, I put the paper and embellishments all together in kits so that it would be easy to take to crops. Well, crops never came and they sat on a shelf for two years. Now it's time to use them. Here goes...
Saturday, January 5, 2013
This month's challenge is Anything Goes at the Crafty Gals Blog Group. I thought I'd reign in the new year with a layout about priorities. My health, my husband, and my kids are my priority. I think this layout says it all. What are your priorities?
This layout is made with SEI papers and embellishments. I believe the paper is called Windsor, although I can't say for sure. It's been sitting in my craft room for about 2 years now!
Be sure to visit the other Crafty Gals blogs this month:
Melina ~ Crafty Scrapper
Carolina ~ Cardolina Scrapolina
Diane ~ Stampin Ldyglfr62
Lela ~ Lela's Crafty Corner
Heather ~ Lost in the Land of Stamping
Jeanette ~ Cre8tive Play: It's Cheaper than Therapy
Zella ~ Joyful Expressions
Sassy ~ Sassy Moments
Monica ~ Gardner's Basket