Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Scrappy Moms Stamps - September Release!

Hi everyone!  Today I have my second card for the Scrappy Moms Stamps September Release.  The 
two new stamp sets are so cute.  Here they are....

Here's my card.  I found this cute little lizard in the Silhouette Store. 


Head on over to Scrappy Moms Stamps to pick up these two new sets!  

Monday, September 29, 2014

Paper Issues - You're Sew Cute - You Keep me in Stitches!

Hi everyone!  We have a new issue starting today at Paper Issues - You're Sew Cute - You Keep me in Stitches!   Our sponsor for this link party is May Arts.....I love their ribbon and am obsessed with their burlap string.   I use it on everything.

I'm linking up this cute card.


This adorable paper is from the Fancy Pants Designs - True Friend collection.  You can find it in the Paper Issues shop now.  You can save 20 percent with the code "CORRI". 

Head on over to Paper Issues to link up for a chance to win four rolls of ribbon from May Arts!

Friday, September 26, 2014

Scrappy Moms Stamps - September Release

Hi everyone!  Scrappy Moms is releasing two new stamps sets today....All about Fall and See You Later Alligator.  They are both great sets.  Here they are. 

I couldn't wait to make a Fall card.  I just got the True Friend Collection from Fancy Pants designs. It's so adorable and perfect for Fall.  You can get it at the Paper Issues Shop.  (use the code CORRI to save 20%)


I used my Cameo to create this acorn shaped card.  The adorable little squirrel is part of the the paper collection and the leaves are a Designer Die from Echo Park. 

Head on over to Scrappy Moms Stamps to get these adorable new stamps and be sure to visit the rest of the design team for more inspiration. 

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Toni From Designs

Hi everyone!  My friend Toni From just opened a new shop with her fabulous flair buttons.   I got to work with  the Trick or Treat set. I just love these!

For my card, I used paper from the Arsenic and Lace Collection by Echo Park.


I used an Designer Die from Echo Park for the spider web.  It makes a great focal point for the flair. 

You can see more fabulous project over on Toni From Designs to see some more projects.  You can pick up some of fun designs in her shop.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Scrappy Moms Stamps - Orange and Brown

Happy Fall, everyone!  I'm so excited that it's finally here (even though the temps don't say so).  I love Fall decor and crafting.  

The new Terrific Tuesday challenge is Orange and Brown.  Here's my card. 


I used the Echo Park - I Heart Fall mini theme.  I've been dying to use this adorable fox journing card since I received my box.  

Head on over to Scrappy Moms Stamps to play along.  

Monday, September 22, 2014

Lori Whitlock Creative Team

Hi everyone!  I'm up today at Lori Whitlock's blog sharing my version of  Lori's new snowflake easel card.  When I saw this pop up in the Silhouette Store this week, I thought what a great way to get started on my Christmas cards.


 This card goes together very easily and could easily be made in multiples.  Pick four fun card styles and make five of each and you'll have 20 cards in no time!   You can also pick one card base that you love and mix up the die cut in the center.  The beautiful paper on my card is from Lori's new Christmas Cheer Collection from Echo Park.

Head on over to the SVG Shop to check out all the latest files.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Lori Whitlock Creative Team - Chalkboard Tutorial

Hi everyone!  I am up over on Lori Whitlock's blog today.   Chalkboard art is everywhere right now so  I thought it would be fun to try and make one.


Here's what you need.

I picked up this simple chalkboard and chalk marker at my local Wal-mart in the craft section.  You can find these at almost any store....I've seen them at all my local craft stores. 

Now all you need to do is cut the "Happy Haunting" title from vinyl (resize to fit your chalkboard).  Next, weed out the letter portion of the vinyl and apply the stencil to your chalkboard.  Color in the letters with the chalk marker.  Allow a few minutes for the marker to dry, then peel away the vinyl leaving your chalk design.   Super easy and you can reuse the chalkboard for any season!  The possibilities are endless.  You could make a sign for a birthday or a menu board for a party.

I hope you enjoy this fun technique.  Be sure to stop by Lori's shop to see the latest files.

Thanks so much for stopping by!