I'm so happy to have you back here again! :)
I need some company (that's YOU!)
as my family from Japan (they were here for 3 weeks) are leaving today...
I'm really close to them, and enjoyed every moment that they were here.
I'm taking them to the airport midday... and it's back to craftin' for me!
(Thankfully - I have something to keep me occupied to distract me from being sad :( )
Anyway - you shall be arriving here from Shemaine's blog!
... and here's the whole list for your reference!
Andrea Murdock - http://www.mystampingheaven.blogspot.com/
Jen Erickson - http://shut-up-its-true.blogspot.com/
Karen Maldonado - http://reallifeinpictures.blogspot.com/
Laurel Seabrook - http://want2scrap.blogspot.com/
Lisa Henke - http://www.mylittlecreativeescape.blogspot.com/
Shemaine Smith - http://shemainesmith.blogspot.com/
Thienly Azim - You are here! HOORAY!
Stephanie Muzzulin - http://www.handmade75.blogspot.com/
Erin Schreiner - http://www.erinleecreative.com/
I've got fun 3 things to share today!
First up is a card using a stamp release last week
using the Echo Park Love Truly papers.
I found this perfect MARTINI glass cut file from here,
and the city silhouette is part of the paper collection.
Next up is a card using the current SMAK.
For this one, I just got myself summery papers that was perfect for this.
It's Crate Paper The Pier -
and so love the fact that
it has a matching washi tape sheet and various kraft patterned cardstock as a part of the collection.
Such fun stamps, isn't it?
and those 'cuttable' washi sheet is to die for!
Wish every paper collection had something like that!
At the bottom, I created a 'faux' pocket -
to hold tickets and such.
(Even a gift card would be fun!)
I just love the color combo in these papers :)
Lastly but not least,
(this is the one I'm most excited about!)
is a 3D anchor that I made...
using stamps from the current KOM.
Yep - I am a very loyal SVG Cuts fan,
so you won't see that from me very often!
But yeah - when I saw this file, I HAD to try making one.
This blue wave paper is also part of the Crate Paper The Pier.
I love the way this turned out...
I'm very into nautical look lately!
I mod podged the anchor to make it a bit sturdy
and before I sealed off the anchor -
I added in some stones inside to give it a nice weight to help stand.
Note that ship's wheel above...
that was my suggestion for what kind of stamps we'd like to have in our KOM
and yay - it became a part of the kit!
Hope you all like it as much as I do!
I love that little bottle filled with sand!
Anyway - that's it for today!
There's some fun sale going on over at Unity -
so I URGE you to go shop.
(well, at least go check it out!)
...and Mr. Unity's birthday is this Friday, so can't let a week pass without celebrating that! :)
Thanks for stopping by -
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