July 22, 2008

Carolees 4th Of July

I had a lot of fun with the Carolees 4th of July papers at the Moscow store! It is a very fun and festive line; lots of fun to create with.
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July 16, 2008

Beach time...

The perfect combination...."beach themed" papers from Karen Foster and Carolees, and an adorable layout from my niece, Jamie, to scraplift!! :0) You can get these fun papers at the Moscow store!!
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July 15, 2008


Check out these cool little pieces of art from London. She used Hambly chandelier overlays and rub-ons, bling, beads, and more! This card is made from Kraft cardstock, red paint, two rhinestones, a Hambly chandelier rub-on, and real necklace chain.

This layout features paint, rub-ons, chipboard buttons, and more. I love that this layout is 6x12 in size.
London's final project is this super cool pair of chandelier earrings. She cut the chandeliers from the overlay sheet and paired them with some chain and beads to make a fabulous fashion accessory.
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Creative Imagination - Bloom

This page uses the new Die-Cut papers and rub-ons from Creative Imaginations - Bloom line. I love how she incorporated puzzle pieces right onto her layout!
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July 1, 2008

October Afternoon - in the summer? Yes!

The new October Afternoon paper is in both stores and it is amazing. You saw what Judy did with the line in the Moscow store, now I had the chance to play with the line in the Pullman store. I love it! The shades of blue and orange; the deer, bunnies, dots and flowers...wow! I love it all. I'm sure you will too!!

When you use patterned papers you have to think outside the box. This flower print is fun and spunky...just like the cute kids in the photos...I'm sure you have excellent subjects for such paper too!
I love using quotes on my pages. I don't do it often enough...but Yoda just spoke to me here. I also used some fun chipboard arrows to draw the eye to the semi-blurry "action-shot" of Harrison without his training wheels. My favorite way to treat chipboard is to paint it and after the paint dries apply a thick layer of Diamond Glaze (and in this case some Stickles for some extra pizzazz)!
Really, do you have a photo of a deer...probably not (and don't head to your D.H.'s "office" for a photo of one of his trophies...
this paper is much to whimsical for that type of deer.
Again, outside the box...get creative!
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