Tuesday, February 23, 2010

3 Bugs In A Rug The Great Outdoors and Animal Stackers

It's my reveal time once again at A Cherry On Top and this CT reveal features two new lines from 3 Bugs In A Rug........The Great Outdoors and Animal Stackers!

3 Bugs In A Rug has been a long time favorite company of mine. I love their bold colorful pattern papers and cute designs. I picked the Animal Stackers and The Great Outdoors lines to work with for my reveal. The colors and patterns in these two new lines are totally cute! You can buy the 3 Bugs In A Rug lines two different ways.....pick out all the papers and stickers individually or you can buy the Caboodle Kits. In the Caboodle Kits you get all 9 double-sided pattern papers, alphabet sticker sheet, Chit Chat sticker sheet, and a die cut tags sheet. To view the rest of my reveal click here.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Basic Grey Origins

It's time for my February CT Reveal at A Cherry On Top. I have to admit that I have a really hard time scrapbooking with the color yellow. So why did I pick a line for my CT reveal that has lots of yellow in it? Because it's good to face your fears and challenge yourself. But with the Basic Grey Origins line everything came together so easily for me even when I used yellow as the main color. I finished all six of my reveal layouts in just a couple of days! After placing my CT order I immediately went through my photos pulling out ones that I thought would go with the Origins line. I had enough photos picked out for more then 20 layouts! LOL!....... Check out the rest of my CT Reveal Article for more details. Thanks for stopping by. :)

Monday, February 1, 2010

ACOT's February Card Challenge

Wow I can't believe it's February already! It's a new month and that means a new set of monthly challenges at A Cherry On Top. Be sure and check out all the February challenges!
This is my card challenge: Create a Valentine's Day card with a decorative edge. You can use a border punch, trace a template, or even freehand your decorative edge. I used a piece of Bazzill scallop-edged cardstock to trace my edge. Can't wait to see what you do!