Saturday, February 28, 2015

Come Join Us At LCOM.

It's time to play with another wonderful sketch from LCOM. When I saw this sketch, I envisioned a spring themed card. Going through my stash. I found the perfect collection that totally screamed spring from BasicGray. This collection has an awesome color palette. I created each square to represent springtime....birds nesting, butterflies flying, flowers blooming and don't forget about the sweet Easter bunny, 

Here is my reveal:

Here is the card sketch that was provided from Becky Fleck over at PageMaps. You have until March 31 to upload your cards. I can't wait to see what your interpretation on this great sketch will be.

I am also going to enter my card in the Paper Issues Hip to be Square challenge.

Product List:
LCOM Challenge: 113
Paper Issue: Hip to be Square challenge
BasicGray: printed cardstock and handmade embellishments
Stampin' Up!: punches and twine
Martha Stewart: punch and pink cardstock

Thanks for looking!

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

A Fun Magnetic Box Tutorial

I don't know about you, but I just love decorating for the holidays and seasons. With that being said, I came up with creating a changeable magnetic box. The fact that I change the look completely by using different photos, papers and embellishment makes this project a winner in my book.

First, you need to measure your box and cut the steel to fit. You need to be careful with the steel because the edges can be sharp and you can cut yourself. I embossed the top just for fun just to see what my steel would look like. 

The next step is to glue your steel into place. I used some hot glue and it worked just fine.

I then cut my cardstock to fit the box, made my embellishments and glued magnets to the back. 

I also added some magnets to the sides of my box to hold some of my embellishments in place. 

I can't wait for next month to show you what I have planned for my box.

I am entering my project in S.W.A.T. Drill #50 Love Mood Board. My inspiration was the color red,  the hearts and flowers.

Supply List:
Wooden Box
Steel and Magnets
Stampin' Up!: embossing folder and twine
MME: cardstock and homemade embellishments 

Thanks for Looking!

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Simple and Sweet!

Sketch-N-Scrap Card Sketch #44 has a great card sketch to play with. Wanting to keep it simple and to keep the focus on the center design, I just skipped all the paper background layering and replaced it with some line art. I really liked how this card turned out. 

Here is what the sketch looks like:

Product List:
Stampin'Up!: punches, bling, inks, stamp and plain cardstock 
DCWV: printed cardstock
Recollections: flowers
Misc: vintage lace

Thanks for looking!

Friday, February 20, 2015

That Boy can SING!

Being in a scrappy mood, I decided to take on a Feb. double pager sketch challenge at ScrapMuch?

Here is my take:

and here is a closer view of each page. 
I decided to get a little messy with this one. My papers and stickers are from Echo Park. My ink, stamp and punches are from Stampin' Up! My bling is from Daiso. I had such a blast playing with this sketch that I ended up with blue inky fingers.

Here is Laura's sketch if you would like to join in the fun!

Thanks for looking!

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Made With Love.

I can not believe that this is my first layout of the month. I found this sweet photo of my son sitting between these handmade dolls that his Great Grandmother made for him. That was an amazing amount of work.....and it was all made with love. My printed cardstock along with all of the embellishments are from Echo Park. The little bling red hearts came for Michael's dollar bin

Here is the My Scraps & More Sketch #99 that I played with.

Thanks for looking!

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Happy Heart Day!

Hi Everyone! Let's Capture our Memories has a new sketch today. We were asked to create a project using a Love theme.
 I used these gorgeous papers by Recollections to create my Love card. I made my own embellishments by cutting out some of the images that were printed on the cardstock. I added some pop-up dots to the backs of the embellishments and some bling to the fronts to give the card more dimension. I just love this great color combo. It's one of my favorites to scrap with. My only wish is that the color black would an easier color to photograph. 

Here is the Emma Stafrace sketch if you would like to play along:

I am going to enter this card into two different challenges.

Product List:
Recollections: printed and red cardstock
Stampin' Up!: heart die, white cardstock, ink and clear bling
Misc: vintage heart doily and red heart bling

I can't wait to see what you will create!
Thanks for looking!