I can’t even remember the last time I did a layout with the dogs. I think it is when I first started scrapping, the early years. So I had to re-purpose the photos from an early layout that I just didn’t like to make for this one.
Our challenge at Use Your Stuff this week is Pets/Animals. It’s ok if you don’t have any pets, you can create a project that is pet related.
Take a look at my pound puppies…Tonka (the bijon) is 14 and Pickles (the pug) is 12 but you would never guess it. These two, who are the best of friends are as frisky as you can imagine. They run around the house all the time and are just as loud as they ever were. :)
Join us this week on the blog and play along in our challenge.
All of my DP is from my stash (oh I had to dig for my animal themed paper let me tell you!) but I based the layout on Sue Sykes’ October sketchy challenge over at Canadian Scrapbooker!
Here is the sketch!
And then my layout!
Thanks for stopping by!
It was a sad day when Robin Williams left this earth. My comedic hero and the only person who could really make me laugh so hard I could pee and cry at the same time! I was so sad to hear that he had died. I honestly think we will never see a comedic genius like his again and the world has lost such a tender soul. We could all use more laughter in our lives and to see such a candle extinguished makes my heart sad.
At Red Carpet Studio this week we are paying tribute to Robin, by challenging you to be inspired by the man or his movies/television career.
We want to see you projects that had a Robin influence on you. He had such a full career that there are so many to draw your inspiration from.
I chose Happy Feet for my inspiration. A wonderful film that I enjoy watching with my son and always puts a song in my heart and a smile on my face.
I always thought that this penguin from the Creative Critters cartridge was kinda cute. After I cut him out, I just outlined him a bit with some broken lines to make him stand out more. The DP is just from my stash and I added some crackle accents to the balloons for a little added texture. The sentiment is from Stampin Up. I hope you like it and I do hope you will play along with us this week.
Hello all! We have another wonderful challenge for you at 4 Crafty Chicks. Our theme is FOOD AND DRINK! Something I am sure a lot of us will be partaking of over the holidays.
I decided to do a bit of a shaped card. I just used one of my spellbinders through my cuttlebug to cut it out. The paper is from my stash box. I cut out the cherries using my Hello Kitty cartridge. I really don’t use this one enough. I added a little sentiment with a small stamp in my miscellaneous box and just a bit of twine to finish it off. I am sending this one out for a swap on swap-bot so I decided to stick with layers and not a lot of embellishments for easy mailing.
Make sure you stop by the blog today and see what fabulous projects the DT has for you this week. Please play along. We cannot wait to see what you create this week.
Ahh another Tuesday has crept up already. We are having more rain here in Calgary…nothing like the levels of flooding we’ve had but still enough to put a bit of a damper on the Stampede this year. My thoughts and prayers go out to Toronto right now as they experience what we have been going through.. and NO! You cannot have Mayor Nenshi! :)
Use it Tuesday introduced you to our new DT for the term and today we are debuting their first DT projects. Some of the faces are familiar, others are brand new so make sure you stop by and welcome them. While you are there, you should enter this week’s birthday challenge! Everyone is always creating a birthday something…tag, layout, card, present….it’s a great challenge to enter!
I have a layout for you this week. Another one of my favorite subject ..Riley of course. It’s crazy that I am still working on his first birthday since he turned 4 last week!! Yikes!
The DP is from my stash. I think it came in a swag bag for a crop I did years ago. I cut out the 1st and birthday using my cricut cartridges that don’t seem to see enough play time these days. Should really work on that! The charms are from my stash as well as the chipboard letters for PRESENTS….even the photos are old as they are from Riley’s first birthday!
I hope you will play along with us this week, and don’t forget to welcome the new DT :)
Happy Friday! So glad for the weekend. It’s a long weekend here in Canada but since I’m working and DH is on call, it’s not really a celebration for us.
It does mean that we are celebrating a new challenge at Creative Corner Challenges this week. Our challenge for you~ Inspired by a Song~. This is one of my favorite challenges…..I chose a song that is also one of my favorite movies as well PRETTY IN PINK
I’m such a sucker for 80’s flicks!
Here is the card that I created for the challenge this week.
DP-stash (no idea who it is by as I’ve been trying to use up stray pieces)
Image: our wonderful sponsor Bugaboo!
Ink & Stickles: Tim Holtz (both are spun sugar)
Ribbon: from my stash
Eyelets: from my stash
Make sure you stop by the blog and play along as well as check out the other great creations this week.
entered into these challenges:
Sparkles Forum Challenge: monochromatic
The Craft Garden (recipe: use 4 of the suggestions…I used ribbon, patterned paper, the color pink and white background)
The Stamp Spot: monthly challenge is Feminine Creations
Crafting for all Seasons: Think Pink
Crafts & Me: use a digi
Hi Everyone! Another quick post today for our challenge at Creative Corner Challenges.
It’s been so busy with work and my son ill again (an infection in his finger this time and some visits to the doctor and chiropracter to help with a gait issue) that it’s amazing I’ve had time to craft this week!
Our challenge is Clean and Simple also known as CAS. This is a challenge to use less and less embellishments and papers on your project. The least amount the better. This is always a challenge for me because I love to embellish. However, I am thrilled with how this card turned out. I used a sketch in the March/April issue of Papercrafts magazine and its just a fabulous one.
I just used a couple of scraps of paper in my basket and the butterflies were sent to me in a swap. They were regular corrugated cardboard and I misted them with my smooch spritzes! The pearls are from my stash and the sentiment is K Andrew Designs
I hope you like it. Please stop by the blog to see the other DT creations and also to join in on the challenge this week.
Happy Crafting and Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
Happy Tuesday everyone! It has been a long week in my house as my son has been sick again. He just got over his ear infection and then he got hand/foot/mouth disease. He’s been cooped up inside for awhile now and he’s going stir crazy and so is his mama! :)
We have a great new challenge for you at Use It Tuesday this week. It’s a Sticky situation when we want you to use the sticky parts of your stash…those rub-ons (oh do I have a lot of those), embossing powders and stickers (everyone has some in their stash, I know it!)..or anything else that sticks….
I created this card using some Glubbers…I bought them 2 years ago when they first came out and never once used them! I also used a couple of different rub ons for this card in the sentiment and the little stitches. I also broke out my glue gun and used it to adhere the bling to the flower! I’m now using my glue gun for EVERYTHING! LOL
The DP is the last of my MME All Spice 6×6 pack. Another one bites the dust…I am so happy I am finally using them up! The ribbon and the bling flower are from my stash as well. I got the sketch for this card from Andrea Walford’s blog . Every week she comes out with a great sketch that is easy to do and has step by step instruction. Love them! Thanks Andrea!
Make sure you stop by the UIT blog to see the wicked inspiration we have for you this week. There are some great sticky bits in our stashes this week. :)
Entered into these challenges:
Card Mania Challenge: Punches and/or die cuts
Crafty Catz: anything goes (and a GDT call)
Clear it out: spring & flowers (must use stash items)
Papertake Weekly: anything goes (bonus use kraft)
That unfortunately does not seem to be something that we are going to have here in Calgary today. It’s still a bit cloudy and cool today. The last vestiges of winter are still lingering around. I wish they would just go already.
Today’s challenge at Use it Tuesday is All About Spring. It’s time to break out the flowers, the bright colors, the sunshine, all the good stuff. As always you need to use up some of your stash so make sure you let us know in your post what you used.
I finally have used up all of the Lil Sprout collection by Crate Paper so here is my final project. The stamp set is one from my stash that I don’t use enough by My Favorite Things. It comes with its own sentiment as well. I just used my spellbinders and inked it up with some Tim Holtz ink. The bling is from my stash as well. I hope you like it.
Please stop by the blog to enter this week’s challenge and to see all the rest of the great DT projects we have for you this week.
entered into these challenges:
365 Cards: Time’s up…create a card in 20 mins. Mine took 13.
Oozak: anything goes with spring
3 scrappy gals: spring
One stop craft: recipie 1 image, 2 embellishments (pearls and paper piercing) and 3 pcs of designer paper
2 sisters challenges: spring/easter
Fussy and Fancy: spring days