Thursday, August 19, 2010

Popcorn Invites

Aren't these the cutest things you have ever seen?! My daughter is having a movie birthday and I wanted to make the invites. I patterned these after the flower pot cards with a few changes.
Here is a single invite. The top of the popcorn holder is 4 3/8" and the bottom is 3 1/4". The red stripes are 1/2" each. I used the ticket corner punch for the sentiment because I wanted to give it a "ticket" feel.Here is the invite with the center pulled out. For the popcorn, I used the scallop circle punch and punched different sizes. I sponged them with More Mustard to give them some definition and to make them look like they had butter on them.

My daughter is turning 7 and absolutely loves these invites. She said she wants a cake that looks exactly like the invites. I have to think about that.

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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

My first scrapbook progression!

Here it is! My first scrapbook page progression! I am so happy with how it turned out. I am going to have my customers at a workshop make the 6x6 page and then so them how to make the 8.5x11 and then the 12x12 page. I have fallen in love with the Play Date DSP from Stampin' Up! I think it is the perfect paper for a Summer birthday!

Here is the 6x6 page.I used a strip of the flower DSP for this one. The cupcake is from the Crazy for Cupcakes stamp set. I stamped it on Whisper White and colored it with the coordinating colors from the DSP.
Up next is the 8.5x11 page.
I used the Cupcakes wheel and Versamark for the cupcakes on the top of the page. The balloons are stamped on card stock, cut out and layered on the page (some have dimensionals). The So Saffron in the middle is from the Play Date DSP. The rectangle layer is where I will put some journaling and the square is for another photo.

Here is the 6x6 layered with the 8.5x11.An last but not least, the 12x12 page.
This one was super easy. I cut a strip of the Chocolate Chip numbers from the Play Date DSP and layered the number "4" from the colored sheet over top. I used a wire clip from the Clips Assortment to give it some definition. The sentiment is from the On Your Birthday stamp set. The final two squares are for two more photos. I don't have any photos to put in them because I plan on using this page for my son's birthday in a couple months.

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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Greeting Card Back to School

How cute is this stamp set?! This set is called Greeting Card Kids and it is my new favorite! These little kids are so cute and versatile. I am going to give this card to my daughter's second grade teacher for back to school. You could also give this card to any parent whose child is going off to college or your own child going off to college as a "miss you" card.

This layout is for Mojo Monday. I decided to use different patterns from the Play Date Designer Paper Pack. I got this pack for FREE at Convention in July!

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