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Cooking Utensil Organization by Billie St Clair
Thanks for stopping by today! Billie here with my final DT project for Scrapbook Pal. It’s a bittersweet moment, for sure! I’ve really enjoyed working with this DT and must say that it’s been my favorite so far! Okay, enough sappiness!
I need some organization for my cooking utensils, so when I bought this giant can of tomatoes (to make & freeze homemade pasta sauce), I knew I was going to save it for this exact project! It’s been sitting in my scraproom for months waiting for me to get around to making it. Well, today is the day…………. :-)
Because this is going in my kitchen and because of it’s round shape, I kept it super simple! For the blue, scalloped pieces at the top and bottom, I used Elegant Edges. I cut three pieces for the top and three pieces for the bottom, glued them together, inked them and adhered them.
For the sentiment, I cut the shape using From My Kitchen. I cut one on the red paper and one on the white paper and layered them on top of one another. I printed the “You cook it…You clean it!” text on my printer. My people are HORRIBLE about saying they want to cook something and then leaving the mess for me to clean up. I doubt this will help, but it’s worth a try, right? ;-)
I hope you’re inspired to use some of your soup, tomato, veggie cans, etc for a project! Help keep those cans out of the landfill, organize your space and have fun with them!
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Christmas Cutie by Heather Peterson
Hi everyone!! I hope you are having a festive holiday season! This is Heather and I am back today with another Christmas themed layout! You might be aware of a very popular trend in paper crafting right now, and that is chevrons. I love this look, and have seen so many fun ways to reproduce it on projects. This is my version of a chevron look using the Teresa Collins Sophisticated cartridge! If you use the 'border' function on the cartridge there are both a zig zag and what looks like a rik rak shape border cuts. I chose the zig zag and then used my gypsy to weld two of the shapes together.
Here is the end result:
To begin I took a basic white piece of cardstock and sprayed it with some red and green glimmer mist. I tried to depress the spray nozzle a little slower in order to get the bigger splatters as opposed to a finer mist look.
I cut the zig zag shape 5 times using different coordinating patterned papers, and then laid them out on my background page. Because the zig zags were on the thinner side, I used my zig glue pen to easily apply adhesive.
I created a little cluster in the lower left corner using coordinating stickers and embellishments.
I also used coordinating stickers to create my title. I like to use sticker letters for my title to finish my layout quickly and easily.
Lastly, I fussy cut some cute phrases from one of the patterned papers using myCutter Bee fine tip scissors, and then layered them in a cluster in the upper left corner over some fun washi tape and stickers. I adhered some of the phrases with foam dots to add some more dimension.
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Merry Christmas Card by Jamie Cripps I printed then cut the ornament shape as well as the background shape then stamped the image on the ornament. I love that the Imagine provides the shading, it just makes creating projects so much faster!
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Holiday Tags by Penny Ward
Patterned Paper: For The Record 6x6 Paper Pad, Echo Park
Ribbon: Light Green #387536, Celebrate It
Thanks so much for stopping by today!-Jamie
Hello paper crafting friends, Penny here today with some holiday tags that you can make in no time. With just a few more days until Christmas, your holiday cards are probably finished and the shopping is done.
Now all that is left is wrapping and tagging the gifts.
These cute little tags are super easy and fast to make.
Grab your Card stock, embossing machine and ….
….Let’s Make some Tags.
From left to right for the tags pictured above:
1) Die cut white card stock with Spellbinders Labels Eleven. Stamp and heat emboss in white Stampendous Christmas Background. Ink the tag using Mementos Lady Bug & Pistachio. Fold in half lengthwise, punch hole at top and thread with twine. Die cut a small snowflake from Spellbinders, cover with Stickles and add Rouge Liquid Pearls to center.
2) Cut white card stock 3 x 6 inches, fold in half. Cut another square of white card stock just a bit smaller than tag, using Stampendous Holy Basket, stamp with Memento Black Onyx and heat set with clear embossing powder. Color with Copic markers. Ink edges with Memento Lady Bug. Attach to note card, punch hole in corner and tie cords/ribbons as desired.
3) Die cut white card stock with Spellbinders Labels Twenty-five. Ink with Mementos Danube Blue and Nautical Blue. Flick water onto tag to make water spots in ink. Let dry. Stamp sentiment Tinsel Tangle by Stampendous and heat set white embossing powder. Hole punch top, tie ribbons/cording. Die cut small snowflake by Spellbinders, color with Silver Liquid Pearls, attach to tag and finish with a dollop of Royal Blue Liquid Pearls in the center.
Gift Card Holder by Billie St Clair
Wishing you a very Happy Holiday !!!
Love & Liquid Pearls,
Billie here with a gift card holder for our Scrapbook Pal DT. I created this for my son’s birthday. He loves the outdoors and loves to hunt, so………a Bambi and outdoorsy card it was!
This photo is what the front of the gift card envelope looks like.
This photo is of the inside of the gift card holder. No! I didn’t *really* give him a gift card to HEB (that’s a grocery store in Texas!!)! He got a gift card to Game Stop…along with a couple of other things...all of which he really liked!
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Fall Gift Bag and Tags Steph Ackerman
Good morning, Steph here.
Have you played around with the Tim Holtz Distress Stains yet? These Stains are water based dyes with a dauber on top which allows you to add a little or a lot of color, depending on your project. They are so easy to use and create some fun water color effects on your paper. In addition to the Stains, I pulled some items I already had in the house - luggage tags, rope/twine and a brown lunch bag.
With the lunch bag laying flat on your table, ink the edges of the bag lightly with Rusty Hinge Distress Ink.
Cut a piece of white or cream cardstock a little smaller than the front of the bag.
Using several colors of Distress Stains, apply the Stains directly to the cardstock until the cardstock is completely covered.
Using a Mini Mister, spritz the cardstock and move the cardstock so that the colors move around.
Continue spritzing and moving the paper until you like the effect.
Once dry, ink a large background stamp with Rusty Hinge Distress Ink and apply to the cardstock.
Using an inking tool, add Rusty Hinge Distress Ink around the cardstock.
Using Black Soot Distress Ink, stamp a pattern in both corners and stamp a sentiment in the middle.
Stamp the pumpkin with Memento Black Ink, add black embossing powder and then heat set.
Once cooled, cut out the image and apply it to bag with dimensional adhesives.
Tie a string around the top of the bag and then adhere this piece to the bag.
To create the tags:
Using several colors of Distress Stains, apply the Stains directly to the tags until the tags are fully covered.
Using a Mini Mister, spritz the tags and move the tags so that the colors move around.
Continue spritzing until you like the effect.
Using Black Soot Distress Ink, stamp assorted patterns and sentiments on the tags.
To change the color of the ribbon, I inked the ribbon with Aged Mahogany and Spiced Marmalade Distress Stains, squashed the ribbon, spritzed it with water and let it dry. Once dry, the ribbon took on a crinkled look which mirrored the look of the bag and tags.
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Christmas Cousins by Heather Peterson
Hello it's Heather and I am back with a Christmas Layout to share with you today using the popular Teresa Collins December 25th cartridge. Be sure to grab a copy before the season is over- only $22.99!! Here is my layout:
This is a 12x12 layout, using patterned paper from Basic Grey and inspired by a sketch from Creative Scrappers.
I love how well this sleigh cut fit into my layout. It is a really fun and versatile cut that could be used for all sorts of projects. I layered a few different strips of washi tape underneath the cut, and then added some coordinating little stickers on top. Because of the delicate filigree design on the bottom of the sleigh, I like to use my Zig glue pen- it makes it easy to place a coat of adhesive on those delicate cuts without damaging it.
For my title I used a phrase cut from the cartridge that said 'Merry Christmas' but used just the 'Christmas' portion, then I added some letter stickers for the second word. I like to mix up fonts, colors and styles on my titles- it makes it more visually interesting. Also, when I have a vey intricate cut like the "Christmas" I like to run it through my Xyron Sticker maker. Makes getting an even coat of adhesive very quick and easy.
To finish off I added some more coordinating stickers. Overall a very quick and easy layout!
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