Monday, October 24, 2016

Heart Shaped Candy Tins

 Hello everyone,
Today's Heart shaped candy tins were made for a Doll Conference & for Really Reasonable Ribbon. I made these last month to take to Montana to give to the peeps at our table, and used all the Beautiful supplies from Really Reasonable Ribbon. LOVE all the new embellishments, and you can find those here. I also used Sweetheart Blossoms, and Ribbons :)

I made 8 Pink tins -
using the Delicate Stitched Pearl Pink Satin Ribbon I also used some tulle, and then 3 different colors of Seam binding. All can be found here at RRR . I also used some of the sweetheart Blossoms and those can be found here. I also used some of Really Reasonable Ribbons NEW Embellishments- Flower Shaped Flatback Pearls , 11mm Pearl Daisy Flower Beads , Resin Flowers with Rhinestones. . I also used some of the new Leaves :)

Blue Tin-
I used the same flowers, and embellishments as listed above, the only difference is, I used blue and white. Now for the Ribbon I chose the Shimmer Satin in Blue Topaz, for my bow.

I really had so much fun making these, and they are all a little different in layout. The Heart shaped tins I have had for years! I picked up a bunch of these at Big Lots and knew one day they would come in handy!

Thank you for looking an have a lovely day!
hugs to all,

Friday, October 21, 2016

Poinsettia Christmas wishes

 Hello everyone and Happy Friday to you all!
Today I have a card created for Really Reasonable Ribbon's "Orange You glad its Autumn Challenge" & The Project Bin using the beautiful Luke 2 sentiment.
 On my card I used the Beautiful sentiment from The Project Bin, it was stamped in a distress inke on white card stock and then distressed.

The Ribbon I used is the beautiful Shimmer satin rust from Really Reasonable Ribbon and it makes a beautiful bow. The flower is the Poinsettia from Cheery Lynn and LOVE this die, its so pretty and easy to use! The center piece is a cabachon from RRR, these are absolutely gorgeous!!! Branches are Martha stewart and cut using graphic45 design paper from the same collection.
Thank you for looking and have a wonderful weekend!!
hugs to all

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Club Scrap October Artist Team Challenge

 Hello everyone, and welcome to Club Scraps October Artist Team Challenge! This month our challenge was to create something to give as a gift. I chose to do one of my Post-it Easel Notepads, these are so fun to give, and the recipient always seems to LOVE these.

Now you should have arrived from Lilian's Blog , however if you did not come from there, you might want to start at the beginning with Karen's Club Scrap blog that way you wont miss anything. All design paper, card stock, Stamps, and Ribbon used are from The Club Scrap Literature Kit.
 So for my Post -it notepad, I used the cricut to cut out the 2 card bases, then made an easel card out of both of them. Next I decorated the top part using the card stock, and design papers from the kit. They are popped up using foam tabs. I did distressing with Tim Holtz Distress inks.

Sentiments- I stamped them in distress ink, these are also the Literature Greeting stamps

Flowers were cut using the beautiful card stock shimmer that is in the kit. I LOVE all the design papers and colors in this months collection, they are absolutely Gorgeous!! I did use Cheery Lynn Medium Rose die to cut the flowers, and the centers are glitter brads

Ribbons- I chose to use the beautiful Plaid brown print, and the cream and red ribbons that came in the Literature Kit. LOVE them.

Leaves- these are moss green leave trim from RRR, I just hot glued it around the flowers.

Post - It is from my stash, as I keep plenty of these on hand :)
Thank you so much for joining us and stopping by!!!
Your NEXT stop is Kelly's Blog!

Hope you enjoyed todays hop!
Hugs to all,

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

My Heart is and Always will be , YOURS

Good morning crafty friends!
Today's card was created for Club Scrap & Really Reasonable Ribbon. This months Literature Club Scrap Kit is absolutely Beautiful!!! To see this months kit, please visit Club Scrap here
My card was created using the cricut machine and Club scrap design papers, stamps , and card stock. For the card base I cut it out using the kraft card stock that comes in the kit(12 x 12). The next layer is the beautiful Bronze colored card stock(12 x 12) cut with the cricut. The scalloped layer(cut with spellbinders) is one of the 12 x 12 prints. I left the flower for you to see, as I LOVE this design paper its so sweet!!!
My sentiment was stamped using the Club Scrap Literature UM stamp. I stamped it in black soo and on the same dp as the flower dp I used. I then layered it on the Bronze card stock and cut it out. The corners were cut using the circle punch. Everything was distressed using the Vintage Photo distress ink.
Flowers were cut using Cheery Lynn Tea Rose Small. I all of them out using Red card stock from the Club Kit, and then the Bronze.

Leaves, and embellishments are from Really Reasonable Ribbon

Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!
hugs to all,

Monday, October 17, 2016


 Hello everyone,
Today's card is for The Project Bin using another Beautiful Sentiment from the "Luke 2" stamp set.
I am loving creating all my Christmas cards this year. Its so much fun to think of some different color schemes and layouts. Of course I always have my go to sketch :) hehehe but sometimes I do try to think of some others :)

So for my card today, I chose to use the Sentiment from Luke 2, and stamped it in Tim Holtz Black Soot, using the Mini Misti tool. Love the results from using this tool. Next I chose to use Cheery Lynn's Poinsettia Strip, and wow how these flowers just POP! For the centers I used brads from AC, and  I also used Really Reasonable Ribbons Wild Orchid Craft Bead Berry Spray Clusters. for layering. The branches are Martha Stewart Punch. I used also Graphic45 Christmas Past Collection. I also used American Crafts Black card stock, and added some white gel dots around each layer.
Card Base Measures 5 1/2" x 5 1/2"
Layer 1- black card stock cut at 5 1/4" x 5 1/4", then stripes cut at 5" x 5"
Layer 2- black cut at 4 1/4"  4 1/4", then leaf design cut at4" x 4"
Layer 3 - black cut at 4 1/2" x 3 1/4" , then the snowflake design cut at 4 1/4" x 3"
Layer 4- is spellbinders oval dies, cut black card stock, and then for the oval I used the graphic45 coordinating design paper. I did stamp on it in Black Soot ink.
Layer 5- consist of Cheery Lyn Poinsettia's, Martha Stewart Branches, RRR Berry clusters, and red glitter brads.
 Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!
hugs to all,

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Glory to God

 Hello everyone, and Happy Saturday to you all!
Today's card was created for Club Scraps October Technique Challenge(Embossing Challenge )that started this past week over at the Club Scrap Blog. Hope you will join us for some FUN and Inspiration!!! To Join in on the fun, here is the link to the Linky Party! 

 Ok so for my card I did do dry embossing using a plate to emboss each panel on my card. Its hard to see in photo's, so I tried to take an couple of extra's to post. I used the 12 x 12 printed sheet in the Literature Kit(LOVE this kit) , and then backed it with the Brown Card stock in the kit as well. I cant tell you how much I LOVE this card stock and design paper, its the thickest I have ever seen!

Card Measurements 5 1/2" x 5 1/2"
All Card stock and design paper is from the Club Scrap Literature October Kit
Layer 1- Club kit brown cut at 5 1/4" x 5 1/4", then the design paper (literature kit 12 x 12 design paper)cut at 5" x 5"
Layer 2- Brown cut at 4 1/4" x 4 1/4" then the design paper cut at 4" x 4".
Layer 3- Brown cut at 3 1/4" x 3 1/4" , then card stock 3" x 3"
Layer 4-  3 3/4" x 2 1/4" then card stock(Ivory) cut at 3 1/2" x 2" this is the sentiment tag the sentiment was stamped using The Project Bin Stamp set "Luke 2"
*All layers are embossed using a embossing plate ,except the brown layers.
 Flowers - Were done using Cheery Lynn Dies , I just cut out the design paper from the ki, and then did the glass flower technique on them. Love the way they look here. They are so beautiful in person , not sure the photos show all the beauty of the paper.

Centers were done using Vintage Glass Gold, then red glitz brads. I added some Punched out Martha stewart branches in gold, brown. Ribbon is Really Reasonable Ribbons Shimmer Satin in Red!
 Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!
hugs to all,

Friday, October 14, 2016

'Tis the Season

Hello everyone, today I have a Christmas card I created for Really Reasonable Ribbon using the Plaid Ribbon Red Bold Checked from this months Ribbon Club Assortment. Love all the beautiful ribbons in this months kit!! I also designed my card for The Project Bin using the Beautiful sentiment from the "Luke 2" Stamp set

So for my card I decided to make 2 big bows using the Plaid ribbon, and then for the centers I used Really Reasonable Ribbons NEW 12mm Silver Glitter Stardust Rhinestones Embellishments, I am absolutely LOVING all the new embellishments that RRR now carries. You can find all these beauties here on the RRR Store.

My card base is as follows:
6" x 12" white , scored at 6" to make a 6" x 6" card base
Layer 1- Blue colored card stock is 51/2" x 5 1/2" , then the red is 5 1/4" x 5 1/4", next the dots design paper is 5"x 5"
Layer 2- blue card stock 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" , then red is 4 1/4" x 4 1/4", then design paper is 4" x 4"
Layer 3- 3 3/4" x 2 3/4" for the red card stock, then the blue is 3 1/2" x 2 1/2", then the dots are 3 1/4" x 2 1/4"
Layer 4- is a JustRite Classy frame & tag die, and stamped on using The Project Bins new Luke 2 stamp set stamped in soot black.

Embellished with 2 big bows, and 2 of the 12mm silver glitter stardust Rhinestones.

 The design paper I used is from DCWV Big "Tis The Season" Stack. I LOVE all the design papers in this stack :)
I hope you enjoyed my post for today! Please let me know what you think, and thank you for stopping by!
Hope you all have a lovely day!
hugs to all,