Sunday, March 25, 2012

Projects from a scrappy weekend

Had a great time scrapbooking with friends this weekend and really got quite a bit accomplished!  The tags are created with a very cool stamp set from CTMH, I plan to use those on knitted scarves I have been selling.

I love the bunny cards, I made several of each.  The top card was my design, I stamped bunnies from a mini We R Memory Keepers set and eggs from a Studio G Easter set and cut them out.  The grass I made with a Fiskar's grass punch and the clouds were made with a Quickutz die.  I really like it.  The second Easter card was made with the Peeps stamps from CTMH, and I was inspired by a card made by a CTMH consultant I saw somewhere on the internet.  The envelopes were made with paper from Hobby Lobby.

The Enjoy the Ride cards with the cars on them were created with stamps by Paper Trey Ink, by all time favorite stamps.

Finally, the layout which I love and it has pictures on it, woo hoo!  This was from a pattern I purchased from Monique Griffith Designs, I love her work.  Check her out at 

Spring bulletin board

Here is the bulletin board at work made over for spring, created by a group of us in the IT department using lots of fun Cricut cuts.  The answer to the question can be found along the border of the board with typed out words like "customer service, team work", etc...

Friday, March 9, 2012

More scrapbook room pictures

Scrapbook room is almost done and mostly moved into.  I love my new stamping station, Jackie's old desk, and Wayne built the white case that holds my CD  boxes, custom fit to the boxes.  He put in all the shelves, built the cubbies, and installed the island and counter top.  He is awesome.  I actually have 3 of the shoe organizers over 2 doors (1 on each side of the closet door).  2 have all punches and the 3rd I am going to use for misc. embellishments, brads, etc that are laying around.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

more scrap room pictures

Filling up my cubes.  My mom made me curtains with cute bird fabric I picked out at Joanne's in Nashville.  They are very "1970's" looking, I love them!  More pictures to come!