Friday, March 26, 2010

Cards, Kit and more...

Wow I can't believe today is Friday. The week just zipped on by. Earlier this week I was looking for something in my scraproom and couldn't find it so I of course tore it apart and well it looked like a bomb went off. So after taking a look around at my mess I decided to arrange it since we moved the boys room up stairs the entire req room is now mine once again, but we want a little part to store some items so I moved the 1/2 wall back about 4 feet and WOW is my scrap room so much bigger and I just love it. I am not entirely done putting everything back in it's place as I have been so busy this week but it's coming along nicely. Anyway tonight I took a few minutes to get creative and made a couple cards.

Up first is a card I made using the amazing March card kit from "The little shabby box" I just adore Prima and this kit is full of it.



Wedding Wishes:
Couture Cardstock
Prima pattern paper
Karen Foster pattern paper
Prima flower
Prima chipboard
Vintage lace


Up next is a card I made using this weeks card sketch from 2 sketches 4 you. I just adore there sketches and I'm so glad that I got a chance to play this week.


Thank you:
Couture Cardstock
Kaiser Crafts pattern paper
Stamp
Rub-on
Water color pencils
Martha Stewart ribbon
Stamping up Ink

Thanks for looking and I'll be back soon with a few new layouts, photos and hopefully photos of my scraproom.. lol

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

We have a winner.... woot woot

So yesterday we had a blog hop.... Not just any blog hop but a Purple Cows blog hop... I just love seeing all the fun and amazing projects the designers come up with. I hope you got some fun ideas for Tomorrow... Don't forget to wear green. hehe Anyway I said I was going to give out a "GREEN" RAK... Green is my favorite color and I tend to gravitate to that color. So I have a lot of green goodies. .. Check out this fun GREEN RAK....
My favorite American crafts thickers, some green flowers from Creative Cafe and Making Memories, buttons from chatterbox and Making memories (I mixed them up in the package), Jenni Bowlin Green journaling note book, Some green ribbon, green ric rac, vintage ribbon and lace and yes that amazing vintage fabric that I used on my coffee cozy...

So if you left me a comment yesterday either on my blog hop post or my coffee cozy post (because I was almost an hour late on the hop) your name got put into our handy dandy top hat.

So Joshua whom is feeling much better got the honors of pulling out a name...

That lucky person is none other then JINGLE.... I hopped on over to Jingles blog to learn a little bit about her. I have to say I couldn't help but smile when I went to her blog and read about the things she is creating... Jingle please send me a email (elisak12 at Gmail dot com) with your snail mail addy so I can send you out my green RAK oh and that's not all.... I am sending you this flower broach that I made just for you.... I hope you like it.
Hugs and I'll be back tomorrow with a card and more...

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Monday, March 15, 2010

Purple Cows St. Patty's Blog Hop...

Today is the day for the Purple Cows St. Patty's celebration blog hop... Are you looking for some fun, easy and creative ideas to add some more green to your St. Patty's day fun??? Then join in on the fun and hop along... If you are following along the Purple Cows blog hop, you were just at the amazing and talented Jing-Jing's Blog.

If you would like to start at the beginning of the hop, you can click HERE.

Today I am showing off my simple but cute little coaster set that I made to go along with my coffee cozy.

Simple steps...

Cut chipboard to 3x3 and pattern paper to 3.5x3.5 using the amazing Purple Cows Freestyle Trimmer with wavy click blade. Glue chipboard to pattern paper. Slip inside a Purple Cows lamination sheet and laminate in the NEW Hot/Cold Laminator (found in your local Jo Anns, Hobby Lobby). Trim and laminate again to seal up the cut edges once again...

Be sure to leave a comment on my blog for a chance to win a special green RAK... hehe

Now hop on over to Samantha's blog...

Thanks for looking and enjoy the hop...

For step by step direction on how to make my Coffee Cozy please view my previous post HERE.

P.S. Sorry for being 45 min late. I have a little one home sick today and wrote down the wrong start time. So if you were here earlier and left me a msg on my post for yesterday I will put your name in the drawing for my RAK...

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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Get your Irish on in style....

I love coffee Cozies... Even though I always order a CHAI... Making them out of felt is my favorite.. This one featuring some yummy vintage fabric I have... To learn how to make this you can hop on over to the Purple Cows Blog or as featured on Scribd...



Full Product list etc are all listed on scribd. Print it out and keep it for future use for any occasion.

Be sure to leave a comment on my blog tomorrow for a chance to win you a yummy St. Patty's day RAK full of my favorite Green colored items... If you like the fabric then be sure to leave a comment as there will be a nice size piece of it in my RAK... hehe

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Friday, March 05, 2010

Coffee Cozie...

Wow I can't believe it has been since the middle of Feb since I last posted. I have been super busy with kids, schools, hubby and being sick... I'm finally getting caught up with things and am back to my regular scheduled program so to speak. lol

Here is a simple but fun project I recently made and you can find the step by step instructions etc on the Clear Scraps Blog...

I love making coffee cozies out of any materials like fabric, felt chipboard etc. This week I made one using Clear Scraps 12x12 acrylic sheets. What an easy project this was and it would be great for any kind of gift... I used my Purple Cows Freestyle Mouse with a #2803 designer click blade to cut the acrylic with a scalloped effect.


I ran this through my Big Shot with a Sizzix embossing folder that had flowers all over it. I just love it.

I used the rose stem stamp from Inkadinkado and stamped the image with black staz-on and used water color pencils to get my desired colors and effects that I wanted.

Since this is a gift I decided to take my left over acrylic and make a simple card to go with it.

The thinking of you is on front of the acrylic and the rose stem is done the same way as the one on the coffee cozie but it is placed on the inside of the card.

Thanks for looking and I will be back soon.. I promise.. hehe

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