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Stampin' Up! 2018 Color Revamp

It is sad that we are losing some lovely colors but all things must adapt to the new. Here is the colors that are going away, the new co...

Saturday, November 20, 2010

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Thanks to all of you who are following me. I would love to check out your blog if I have not already done so. So please leave a comment and your blog address and I will chek it out.

Have a great and Happy Thanksgiving~

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Hope Card

Where I work we have a young lady that has cancer and it is aggressive. She has gone through much. I and the woman I work with wanted to do something special for her, so I made the card and she bought a small basket with a yellow rose and some greenry and gave it to her. She is fighting all she can. She said to us " I have cancer but it does not feel like it is there." She is putting up a brave battle, I pray she will win. She comes to work everyday with a positve attitude and a smile on her face.

Even though she is going through this, she does sometimes feel like she is not whole, I thought this quote might help her that even though she is going through a lot she is still beautiful no matter what.
She thanked us, she needed that. She made us cry.

Altered Stampin Up tin

I found a couple of these tins at a yard sale over the summmer.

So I decided to alter it to be used for a Christmas gift. I used GBS for this. It took several tries, but I thought it turned out pretty nice.

Inside of tin.

I used Tim Holtz alcohol inks silver and gold to put on the edge. Sorry pic is not very good. As soon as I can I will have the cut file uploaded to my account on mediafire.

Before Cricut






Yes....Before I found Cricut, I did scrapbooking differently. Here is some pics of some I had done. I used the tearing method, some embellies, 3-D stickers and such. I had even did one after the song, "When you wish upon a star". Thanks for looking~

Scrapbook Jingle song swap on Cricut MB

I recently joined a swap where you choose a fav. Christmas song and design a scrapbook page out of it. You sent in only the recipe items for it. You needed 4 blocks for pics.,1 Jornaling block, 4 die cut images and at least 3 other items to be added, such as brads, ribbon and etc., a title piece on sturdy cardstock.
I chose the song Silver Bells. I printed out the song and put it on cardstock. I then did 4 blocks for pics. I found a pic of Santa and children from a postcard (I think) put it in an editing software, added lines to be used as a jb. With my Cricut, I cut a city scene at 3 inces from PSB. The bells at 3 inch from Wedding cart. Silver Bells from Jasmine and the shodow using DS. The two women shopping I found on the internet. I converted it to an SVG and useing my Cricut and SCAL, I cut them out also at 3 inches. The street light is cut at 3 inches with the lights hidden in DS. I shortened and then used a 1 inch circle punch to punch the red and green for the lights.