Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Hmmm its been a year since I have posted anything trying to get back in the groove.
This is a tutorial that I first saw on Deb Valder's blog http://stampladee.com/how-to-create-a-tile-label-card-with-deb-valder/st . This is so simple but gives a great result all you need are some Avery small labels (#8415). You can stamp any design you want randomly on the label sheet(once you have it cut to the size you want). After you have finished stamping remove the lines that run next to the squares. Theses should pull off as one easy piece. Viola!!!
This was so much fun I tried other techniques like just removing some tiles and sprinkling it with glitter. You can also use large labels for a different take.
Thanks for dropping by
Friday, August 21, 2015
Now that school is back in I'm sure you have some lunch bags around the house so why not make a easy card. You can make these any size you want my favorite size is 5x5. You can make the 5x5 size just by folding up the bottom and trimming the top off so that it is 5 inches tall. The rest is just embellishing and adhering the folded end to the bag. Here are a few paper bag cards for inspiration.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
I love mini albums and always say I am going to do more heck I have a whole Pinterest board dedicated to mini albums. Well I got the chance to do one for my sister to give at a upcoming baby shower. The mini album is done in the shape of a onesie and decorated in girly fashion. Each of the onsies has a front pocket to hold mats for photos each mat has a month up to 12months
This Birthday card was inspired by this invite http://ascrappersmusings.blogspot.com/2013/05/mini-monday-by-not-mamas-and-papas.html I loved the shape of that card and the use of the silverware as embellishments was so clever. I hope the recipient of my card is pleased with this case .
until next time Alicia
until next time Alicia
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Happy New Year and hopefully that means I will also keep up with my blog in 2015
Todays card is a simple print and cut from the silhouette site. The New Year sentiment was a free file and the New Year mouse was purchased. I printed two images of the mouse and one mouse outline as just a basic die cut. The basic cut was just a outline that I used for shadow layering instead of printing the image I just cut it like a regular die cut. My little mouse then has three layers two printed and one solid. I used foam dots to pop the images and some glitter boarder stickers to add a festive look.
Hope you all have a creative 2015.
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Hello all here is the second part of my onsie album. These are the last 6 months I used cereal weight chipboard for the front and back covers and heavy weight cardstock for the insides backing them back to back for more weight. I'm sorry I don't have a photo of the mats I used for the mother to be to put the photo's on but they slip right down the bottom part of the onsie. Thanks for stopping by.
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Imitation is suppose to be the highest form of flattery well I hope my friend Ann agrees. The bag above was made by my friend Ann for my last birthday. I just loved it so much I wanted to make one for another friend who I thought would love one too. Ann's bag had such lovely details and a great shabby chic look and one of my favorite Prima dolls. My bag did not have quite the same details but not bad for first try. I used a Prima doll also along with some lace and I also was able to use my portrait cutting machine to cut fabric letters for the back. The new 2014 dolls are now available be sure to take a look at them. Thanks for stopping by