Painted embroidery hoop for Helmar

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Hello crafty friends, I am up on the Helmar blog today with thie colourful painted embroidery hoop using many of the Helmar products, including the Fray stoppa (great for stockings also) and the Fabric Stiffner and Draping Glue.

Check out the step by step tutorial of how this was created at http://helmarusa.typepad.com/blog/.  Be sure to leave me a comment and keep an eye out for the ever talented Helmar creative team!

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August inspiration for Scrapper’s Delights

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Isn’t this guy just adorable!  Meet Robot Chip 2 from the online store at Scrapper’s Delights.  Chip 2 is a digital images that comes either as an outline or as a coloured image.  In favour of time this month, I wanted to try out what a coloured image looked like when printed. I must say I was very pleased with the colour from my printer and the over professional finish of Chip 2!

The robot collection from Scrapper’s Delights can be viewed in store at   http://scrappersdelights.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=89_178.  Here is what you get for only $2….$2…what a bargain!

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For this planner layout, I used patterned paper as the base.  Coloured the edges of the base pages and the planner pages using Distress Crayons.  Stamped the days of the week (for this one I have not included the dates yet as I am not sure where this will slot in to my planner).  The wooden veneer cogs are from D-lish Scraps and compliment Chip 2 very nicely.

This is the horizontal planner from Scrapper’s Delights which can be purchased in store at http://scrappersdelights.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=213  Lets take a look at the planner page….

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A few sparkly silver enamel dots and it’s a simply done planner page layout!  Thanks for joining me and be sure to check out the amazing design team work at the Scrapper’s Delights challenge blog at https://scrappers-delights-challenge-blog.blogspot.com.au/

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Coloured Crossiant filler cards for Little Blue Button Stamps

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Hello crafty friends, I am here with my last post for the Little Blue Button Stamps design team. A big thank you to Olga for having me on this amazing team with amazing products released month after month.

For today’s project, I wanted to demonstrate the versatility and ease in which pre-coloured digital images can be used.  The range of coloured images can be purchased in store at http://lbbstamps.com/product-category/colored-images/

What a great way to add a quick and professional touch to your projects.  These pocket page filler cards reflect my love of the crossiant and are simple and easy to make.  The base cards are from Stampin Up and I have just added some pen work to the larger one and done!  The images are easy to download, manipulate the size you want and print!  LOVE them!

Thanks again for your support during my time as a design team member for LBBS, happy stamping!

sarah

Little Blue Button Stamps August new release

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Hello crafty friends, I am here with the August new release for Little Blue Button Stamps.  Dont they just look delicious – donuts!!  Not only one of my favorite sweet treats, this is one of my fav digital stamps.

I created this pocket card that is 4×4 inches.  The card is from Stampin Up! and I just love that watercolour splashed background.  I have simply coloured the donuts with Zig Clean Colour real brush markers.  I add some Mod Podge dimensional magic to the ‘icing’ area to make it shine like real icing.

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Kellie Stamps ‘Nuts About Food’ stamp set was just ideal for this card – the reference to donuts and all the feels that go with them was perfect!

Check out the Little Blue Button Stamp blog for all the magnificent design team creations using this new release at https://lbbstamps.blogspot.com.au/

This new release and the array of other fabulous and fantastic digital staps by LBBS can be purchased online at http://lbbstamps.com/

sarah

Once Upon a Time for Shop and Crop Scrapbooking

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Hello crafty friends, this week I am rushing from here to there and everywhere!  I have two layouts for you from Shop and Crop Scrapbooking using the delightful Echo Park Paper Co ‘Once Upon a Time’ Prince collection.

The first layout is above and here is the second….I will refer you to the Shop and Crop blog to check out the further details and to read about what inspired these layouts.  Please be sure to leave me a comment and show your love!  The blog can be found at https://shopancrop.blogspot.com.au/

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Thankyou for stopping by! Until next time….

 

Scrapping Fun July Kit – Mixed Media Canvas

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Hello crafty friends!  Welcome to my first project created for the Scrapping Fun Kits design team. This is using the July kit – Christmas in July is the theme, however as ou can see, the kit is so versatile, it can be used for any of your favorite Wintery layouts or cards.

The step by step overview of how I created this mixed media canvas can be viewed at the Scrapping Fun blog – address below.

For now, here are some close up shots, but I’d really love if you could pop over and leave me some love at the blog site.

The fantastic design team projects can be seen at the Scrapping Fun blog – https://scrappingfunkits.blogspot.com.au/  Here you can subscribe and see the latest kit on offer!

 

Scrappers Delights July new release

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Hello crafty friends, I am here today for Scrappers Delights Planner team, showcasing their amazing July new release.  This recipe cards set and associated digital images is just adorable!  You will also love what the design team have done with this…check their projects out at https://scrappers-delights-challenge-blog.blogspot.com.au/

Lets take a look at this new release….here are just some of the images I have used, keeping in mind you get 41 images in total with this set!  Amazeballs!

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For my project, I have created a recipe card that I can easily include in to my planner.  Scones is a recipe I have recently perfected (well….maybe not perfected but it’s pretty darn good as I am not a baker, cook or chef by any means!).  What a great way to capture the recipe and have it easily at hand next time I go to make them.

I often wish that that I had just one recipe of my grandmother’s with her hand writing on it, so I included my handwriting on the back side of this card.

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Whilst I dont like my handwriting on projects, I braved this one to include it.

I inked the edges of the card using distress ink and added some patterned paper to the front.  The digital image ‘Charlie’ was coloured with coloured pencils and Stampin Up blendabilities markers. I also include a small photograph of my scones on the recipe card.

If you would like to purchase this fantastic digital set, you can do so at http://scrappersdelights.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=89. Just think of all the projects you could complete with the 14 designs and 41 digital images included!!! From building your own kitchen scene to simply printing out the recipe cards to document your favorite dishes….just awesome!  Janice at Scrappers Delights really has outdone herself this month!

Thanks for joining me and I cant wait to see your creations with this new release.

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