Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Sneak peeks, framelits storage, this and that, MDS journal....BLOG CANDY Winner


ALL CLASS INSTRUCTIONS and TEMPLATES - instant download :)

Hi all,

This is yet another post.  (THIS and THAT winner is listed towards the bottom of this post)

First of all, here's a video that I made last week, but never got around posting it. It's a video how I store my framelist and edgelits. 

Now onto some projects and little bit down the Blog Candy winner.
Here's a journal that Kristin, my roommate during the SLC Regional and side line had made for me. She used MDS for it. I just love it.



Now, here's my This and That journal I made, I used the stickers, dsp and washi tape to decorate it.
And  while we are here....it's time to announce the winner:

The winner is:

thestampinglady said...
Congrats on your accomplishment. I saw the Paper Crafts Announcement and was excited to at least recognize your name. Love the sneak peek card, using the new in colors. They have delicious names. Thanks also for the chance to win. djstamper2003at yahoo.com 






And now it's time for some sneak peeks :) The following two cards are CASE from the new catalog. I used the Wildflower Meadow background stamp and the matching embossing folder, as well some very vintage buttons.
The first card uses the following color combination: coastal cabana, crisp cantaloupe, baked brown sugar and very vanilla. The image is stamped in versamark then embossed with clear embossing powder, and then dry embossed with the Wildflower Meadow embossing folder. Then I stamped and cut out just one flower.

The second card is : coastal cabana, so saffron and pear pizzazz.


3 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing how you store your framelits! I love your solution!

    ReplyDelete
  2. thanks for sharing the video on your framelit storage system...I had NO idea that Staples carried the 5.5x8.5 album pages and binder, that is good to know! So far I have been using magnetic sheets and leaving them in the original packet but I can see how having a sturdy binder for storage and easy viewing would be very helpful. One more thing on my list of what I should be doing? ;-) Also I enjoyed your video..I have not made any YET but you have inspired me to give it a whirl.
    Thanks for sharing your ideas!
    Jan Hoyt O'Fallon, IL
    inkerzaway@aol.com

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Places I have been to