A House of Cards

Thursday, April 17, 2014

A Stamping Challenge

Hey everyone! Lea Lawson and I have a challenge for you up on the Scraptastic Club blog today: Create a Miss You card using stamps from one of the April Scraptastic Club kits.

I don't consider myself a stamper, so it really was a challenge for me. ;) I kept the stamping simple and added a sentiment from the Let Me Go stamp set to one of the Evalicious Snip Labels in the Worth Wondering Add-on, and then layered it onto products from the Worth Wondering Kit and Add-on.



Don't you just love that sentiment?!

You can check out Lea's take on the challenge HERE.

Hope you get a chance to play along. Thanks so much for stopping by!

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Banner Love

Hey, everyone! I thought I would stop by and share some recent projects with you.

This month, Scraptastic Club has put together some truly amazing kits. I received the Worth Wondering kit and add-on to work with, and I have to say I am in love! The kits are filled with some amazing product, and I was instantly inspired by the pennants and banners in the kit. With them, I created two cards.

First up, Forever and Always:


I stitched across the top a few of the Teresa Collins Daily Stories pennant stickers and a one of the October Afternoon Girl Talk Snap Caps to create a banner as an accent along the top of my card.


I finished the card by adding a couple of Cork Butterflies and enamel hearts, a die cut, and a sentiment sticker along the bottom.


Next, Crazy in Love:


For this card, I made the banner the focal point of my card. I strung together a couple of the Cork Banners, the "Crazy in Love" die cut, a Teresa Collins Daily Stories ticket sticker and an Evalicious Puffy Sticker on a length of navy baker's twine, then added a few embellishments to the banners.


I love the fact that the pieces of the banner are different sizes and shapes. It gives a unique, one-of-a-kind look.

You can see my cards HERE on the Scraptastic Club blog and while you're there, make sure to check out what the rest of the design is up to using this month's kits.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Scraptastic Club: two more Lost in My Mind cards and April sneaks!

Hey everyone! Just stopping by to share two more cards using Scraptastic Club's Lost in My Mind Kit and Add-on.

First up, a fun little card using one of the exclusive wood veneer pieces in the kit:


The colors in this kit are just so amazing and it is filled with such fun embellishments.


For the second card, I immediately saw balloons when I pulled out the American Crafts DIY Shop Chalkboard Speech Bubbles in the add-on. So of course, I went in a birthday direction:



These kits are so jam-packed with product that I still have embellishments I haven't gotten to yet. (I need to get working!)

Now, it is time for the April sneaks. You are going to LOVE these kits!!!

 This Life Noted:


Let Me Go:


Worth Wondering:


Don't they look amazing? I can't wait to start working with mine!

These kits tend to go pretty quickly so ensure getting one, you can subscribe HERE.

But if you prefer not to subscribe, you can take your chances and try and snag one (or all of them!) when they go on sale to the public April 1st. So mark your calendars because you don't want to miss them!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Monday, March 17, 2014

Pinterest Inspiration

Hey everyone! Just stopping by today to share another project.

Today is my day on the Scraptastic Club blog and it is Pinterest Monday. Pinterest is the best place to search for inspiration and while searching for some, I found this fun print:


I love the mix of colors and shapes in this print, and it inspired me to create this card:


You know I love to make flowers, so I created a pie chart for the center of one. The colors and patterns in the Lost in My Mind Kit and Add-on really work well together, so it was so easy to put together.


The perfect use for your leftover paper scraps, don't you think?

You can check out my original post on the Scraptastic Club blog HERE and if you're not too busy, check out stick what the rest of the design team is creating with this month's kits.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Friday, March 14, 2014

Webster's Pages Guest Designer

Hi everyone! I have something fun and exciting to share today.

I was recently asked to do some guest design work for Webster's Pages. They are an amazing company with some of the most gorgeous products available on the market. If you don't believe me, just take a look for yourself. I was sent the new Sweet Routine collection by Adrienne Looman, and it is just GORGEOUS!!! The colors, patterns, and embellishments are pure perfection, and I had such a great time working with them.

I created a layout and four cards using this fabulous new line:






Isn't the collection just beautiful?! I hope my projects show just how much I enjoyed working with these products. 

You can see these all of these projects HERE on the Webster's Pages blog, along with detail shots of each project and a little bio about me. If you get a chance, please stop by and check it out. :)

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Thanks so much for stopping by!