Monday, May 25, 2009

My Acrylic Album Wonky Circle Album

This cute little album is the MAA Wonky Circle album. It was so much fun to work with and perfect for using up some of those leftover wallet sized pictures of my daughter. As you can see from the 2nd photo the very first page of this album is a circle. While the others have a wonky scalloped shape to them. Thanks so much for looking. Leave me a comment and let me know what you think about my album!

supplies used
acrylic album: MAA's Wonky Circle
papers: We R Memory Keepers
flowers: Petaloo, Sandylion
rub-ons: Daisy Bucket
ribbons: unknown
name sticker: It Takes Two
glitter foam letters: Creative Imaginations
ink: Color Box
pen: Slick Writer

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Petaloo Flowers!

Have you seen all the awesome new flowers from Petaloo? OMG! I had so much fun working with so many different kinds of Petaloo flowers for my CT Reveal. Check out my reveal and I explain all the different kinds of Petaloo flowers! Here are my 6 layouts that I created for my reveal.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Blog Giveaway WINNER!!!

I am so excited how great my very first blog giveaway went! So excited I plan on having more giveaways so check back. Thank you all for entering! Everyone's name went into the hat (okay really it was a bowl), and my son Erik drew out the lucky name. And the winner is Cropaddict!!!! Please send me your address so I can get your Scrapbook Trends magazine in the mail to you.

Monday, May 11, 2009


Enter for a chance to win this May 2009 issue of Scrapbook Trends magazine! All you have to do is spread the word about my blog give-away! Post on your blog about my give-away and be sure to link back to my blog. After you do that then simply comment here so I can enter your name in the drawing. Become a follower to my blog and your name will be entered twice! And if you don't have a blog you can still get your name in the drawing by becoming a follower to my blog. Deadline for this drawing is May 18th and I will announce the random winner on May 19th!

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Mother Daughter

This is a fun layout I did to show just how alike yet different my daughter and I are. I used the new Delight papers from Fancy Pants, some of the new Prima bling and Prima flowers! Thanks for looking!

supplies used
papers: Fancy Pants
flowers: Prima
journaling die cut: Prima
glitter foam letters & numbers: Creative Imaginations
mini alpha stickers: Adorn It
bling: Prima
ink: Color Box
pen: Zig

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

KaiserCraft Sakura Park

For my Scrapadilly design team we worked with the Sakura Park line from KaiserCraft! I love the color combo of this, white and red. My layouts feature the Hana, Ukon and Hanami pattern papers. Thanks for looking!

supplies used
papers: KaiserCraft (Sakura Park)
cardstock: Hobby Lobby
ink: Color Box
velvet brads: Doodlebug
flowers: Awesome Blossoms
journaling die-cut: Jillibean Soup
pen: Zig
tiny alpha stickers: Making Memories
glitter letter Stickers: Doodlebug

supplies used
papers: KaiserCraft (Sakara Park)
cardstock: Die Cuts With A View
ink: Color Box
fabric letters: American Crafts Thickers
tiny alpha stickers: Making Memories
bling: Prima
journaling die cut: Jillibean Soup
pen: Sharpie, Slicke Writer

Monday, May 4, 2009

ACOT's May Card Challenge

Every month at ACOT the Creative Team comes up with tons of awesome challenges to inspire you. I am in charge of the monthly card challenge. is May's card challenge:
What's that old saying? "April showers bring May flower." So with the month of May here let's see all of those beautiful flowers! Your card can be any theme you want but you must you at least 3 different "types" of flowers while creating it. On my sample card I used flower pattern paper, silk flowers and flower shaped brads.

supplies used
pattern papers: My Mind's Eye
flowers: Imaginisce
brads: Making Memories
rub-on sentiment: The Paper Studio

Friday, May 1, 2009

My Sketch World - May 1st Card Sketch

We all know that Lucy Chesna rocks out the sketches monthly and this month is no different. I love the May 1st card sketch that she did for the My Sketch World card design team.

And here's my card based off of Lucy's awesome sketch!

supplies used
papers: My Mind's Eye
sticker sentiment: unknown
ink: Color Box
pen: Zig, Sharpie