I'm getting excited!
This is potentially the last post you'll see from me before my big trip!
My family is going on a big driving trip down into the States -
passing through 7? states!
I'll hope to have some posts scheduled during that time,
but in case, I get quiet around here -
You should be arriving from Shemaine's blog,
and once again, here's the 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!
Renee Aslette - http://www.reneeaslette.blogspot.com/
Angie Blom - http://www.angieblomdesigns.blogspot.com/
Today, I've got some fun projects to share with ya!
The first up is a stamped card using the new Phyllis Harris image:
Thanks for Being Fun!
Thanks for Being Fun!
Isn't it so cute?
I've got two little ones - a boy and a girl -
and this is something that I often see!
(Except, they get so excited, they start jumping on top of him and he's usually squished!)
The next up is a card which I made using the current Kit of the Month!
It's a fun one -
it's a SURF card!
This happens to be a file from SVG Cuts (surprise, surprise!) -
and thought that it would be perfect with that sentiment!
The papers are from Echo Park Paradise Beach.
I love how the card opens -
it's different and fun!
I love that wooden veneer anchor!
Comes from the Studio Calico Atlantic collection.
The KOM has some fun images this month,
and you can see it all right HERE.
The last one is a goodie bag doorhanger
that would make a great little surprise gift for the teacher!
The bottom part is a box and there's a flap that opens at the top,
and the file comes from HERE.
All the stamps that you see -
the apple, the chalkboard, the badge
and the lovely sentiment are all from
the new AngiGirl Jen stamp set.
For this project -
I mixed in the Jenni Bowlin papers with the Echo Park For the Record papers.
Works nicely, I think!
The side image of a girl was adorable
and used Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio to make epoxy stickers.
I hope that you liked my projects today,
and don't forget about the sale!
Oh, and there's a lot happening at Unity!
It's a CHA week, so follow us on the Facebook page!
There's contests, voting, impromptu sales and so much more!
Thanks for stopping by,
and I'm sending you off to talented Renee!