I have been seeing a lot of handmade mini albums lately. So I went on a search for some tutorials on how to make them and tried my hand at them for a Christmas present for my Mom and Sister. After watching a couple of tutorials and enlisting a couple of my friends to make one too, I went to work.
Since they were going to be Christmas presents, I decided to use Graphic 45, A Christmas Carol.
I just love how they turned out. I will definitely be making more of these! I hope you have a wonderfully crafty day :)
I wanted to share a couple of projects I made using some SVG Cuts files. The Stocking card I created using More Christmas Box Cards. I just love the way the front of this card is designed to look like a cable knit.
Happy Friday crafting friends. Can you believe Christmas is one week away. As always I am hurrying to get my cards done. I decided to share with you today a couple of the cards from the amazing new kit JGW Poinsettia Passion. I just LOVE this kit. Everything is so beautiful.
I love the way this box card looks. I used the beautiful papers of Maja Design - A Gift For You for this project. I also used a tag on the front of the box card that I had from MME - Joyous.
I think it fit this card perfectly.
For the doily card I used a brad from MME - Joyous. I just love the Santa on the brad.
These cards really deliver the Wow factor. Thank you for stopping by today.
Happy Friday, I hope everyone enjoy the Magic of Christmas hop last weekend. I know I got lots of new ideas. I hope you were inspired to try one of the projects too. Today I want to share with you the December Countdown Sacks from JGW Christmas on the Docket. These are the little bags you would have seen on Jodi's blog.
A friend sent me a message and asked me to make some treat bags for him and I knew when I saw these that they would be perfect. They go together very quickly and you can make all look so different. I just love the paper in the DCWV Hand-Painted Christmas Stack.
I took elements from several different kits for the front of the bags.
Welcome to the SVG Attic-DCWV The Magic of Christmas blog hop! We are so excited to have you join us today!
At each stop of the hop we hope you will be inspired by the creativity of the design teams of SVG Attic and DCWV. You are sure to find many wonderful projects that will be at the top of your Christmas crafting lists!
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Hello crafters, hope you are all busy working on your holiday projects! I know I continue to be :) I wanted to share with you the AMAZING fold art Turkey Jodi created - it is in the JGW Turkey Trot kit. I just love this little guy!
He was a lot of work but definitely worth the time! I really like his head.
There is even a little detail for his back side so if you use him as your centerpiece
he looks good from every angel.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. Thank you for stopping by.
Happy Friday! Today for my post I wanted to share my Snowman canister. Some of my favorite files to work with are the canister characters! He is from the JGW Winter Friends Canister Kit. I love this guy, he is so cute.
I decided to use some tan paper with snowflakes I had for this project. I really like the way he came out. What I love most about these files is you can use traditional colors or try something different and still come out with a stunning finished product.
I love all his little details. His scarf, glove and snowflake to top off his hat.
Thank you for stopping by today, I hope you have a great weekend!
I wanted to pop by and share with you a very quick and cute project today. If you find that you need a quick and easy bag for giving some treats for Halloween this might be the project you are looking for.
Having a baby is such a joyous time for a family. I have had and continue to have a great deal of joy watching my children grow but I admit I love the "baby stage" the best. For me there is nothing better than rocking a baby while they sleep on your shoulder. Today I have a project to share that I made for very special members of our SVG Attic family, Mike and Kenzie.
I love the soft baby blues. I used some older Making Memories, Pitter Patter paper I had for the bunny and the stunning paper on the card is Maja Design, Vintage Baby.
I just love this JGW 3D Button Jointed Bunny. I wanted to soften his features so I used Brown for the eyes and nose. I would recommend this kit to anyone wanting to make an impression with paper crafting. He is worth the time. I have made two of these so far and I think I will make more!
If you want to try one with a pattern paper take your time to think through the direction of the pattern on each piece so you can configure it the right way on your cutting mat.
He even has a cute little tail! I hope you have enjoyed seeing my project as I had making it.
Congratulations Mike and Kenzie!
The count down is on, Halloween is three weeks away. It always amazes me how time continues to speed up as you get older! Halloween is definitely one of my favorite holidays. I love all the different directions you can go with your decor; spooky and scary, or colorful and cute. I choose the later for this project. I decided to make the Spooky Halloween Block Boxes from JGW Batwing Brew.
I pulled out some of my old stash of paper and finally found a use for some
We R Memory Keepers paper I have been holding on to.