Good morning thank you for stopping by. Today I am sharing a project with you from My Scrap Chick. This cute little 3d Paper Train is just adorable and can be made to look cute or more sophisticated by the paper you choose.
I used Classique Beauty by Authentique. Isn't it beautiful. I love how I got the paper lined up!
My mother will be using this train in a center piece for an event she is doing so I cut mine at 60%. Even at this reduced size the train wasn't too hard to put together. Thank you for stopping by.
Hello everyone. Thank you for stopping by. This week is National Volunteer Week. If you work with some amazing Volunteers - take a moment to say Thank You! If you are a volunteer - thank you for all you do! I happen to work for a organization that has a great many volunteers.
Today we took some time out of our day today to honor our volunteer and say thank you. Since tape won't stick to our office walls I decided to use the Big 3D Pop Up Letters to create a banner on the table.
Since the lunch was for our Master Gardeners, I used the adorable Garden Gnomes to accent the sign. The paper is Graphic 45 - Enchanted Forest.
Hello today I'm on the SVG Attic blog. I've got a wonderful card to share with you from JGW Poinsettia Passion. It is the Poinsettia Doilly Frame Card and no I'm not starting my Christmas cards yet, even though I think I would have to in order for me to have enough time to actually get them done :)
I've turned it into a pretty spring card by using bright colors.
Happy Friday - thank you for stopping by. Today I am sharing with you a darling little chick box. He is so cute and pretty easy to put together. He can be found in the SDS Hop To It kit. I also made some carrot boxes from JGW 3D Button Jointed Bunny.
Isn't this chick just the cutest! There are slits in the front of the box that you can thread your ribbon through, it is very handy. However, if you don't to add a ribbon - it comes with an option without the slit. The box is a nice size. You could fit several small pieces of candy in it.
The carrot boxes are super easy and you could make a lot of these in a small amount of time. You can fit two boxes on one sheet of paper or shrink them down to fit more.
I used some Doodlebug Design paper I had in my stash.
Hello, thank you for stopping by. Today I am sharing with you a darling little bunny house box I created using files from My Scrap Chick. I used the Carrot Box and Bunny Town. The paper is Doodlebug Design - Easter Parade from last year. I still had some left over in my stash.
I just love this box. It stands about 7.5 inches tall not including the greens on top,
so you can fit a bunch of candy in these :)
I used the pieces from the Carrot townhouse to turn my carrot into a house and
added the sweet Egg-spress bunny to the front porch.
Hello, thank you for stopping by. I would like to share with you a cute little box card I made using Box in a Card A2 and Easter Chicks. I think these are the cutest paper piecing! I got to take advantage of our garden for the photo. I just love when the flowers are in bloom.
I cut a few extra grass pieces and used foam tape to give it a little more depth.
The paper I used is Doodlebug - Easter Express. Isn't it cute :)
I also used some Trendy Twine - Watermelon Taffy for the bow on her head.
Hello friends. Thank you for stopping by. Today I am sharing with you a card from the new kit JGW Leprechaun Kisses. This card is so cute and easy to put together. If you need a quick card for St. Patrick's Day, this is the one.
I used Doodlebug, Happy Go Lucky. The paper fit this perfectly.
I also used some Watermelon Taffy Trendy Twine to add a pop of pink.
I could see this card being used for many different occasions just by changing out "leprechaun".
Hello crafty friends. Today I am sharing with you some versatile planning files from My Scrap Chick. I use a planner for work, so I was happy to see planners make it into the crafty world. Its nice to have a planner made with my favorite papers!
Happy Friday, thank you for stopping by. Today I am sharing with you the wonderful JGW 3d Button Jointed Bunny. I just love the 3d figures. I decided to shrink my bunny, I cut her at 70%. She is about 9" tall (top of head). I also used the garden hat from JGW Gaby's Garden and glued her ears to it.
I used Trendy Twine, Twisted Blue Berry around the brim of the hat and to tie her joints together. The paper is Graphic 45, Robin's Egg from Botanical Tea.
I also used some flower buttons I had in my stash. I just love how everything came together. Thank you again for stopping. Have a crafty weekend.
Hello thank you for stopping by today. Today I am a guest designer for Bird's Cards. I have been a long time fan of her creations. I just love her cards. Today I decided to make the Snowflake Photo Frame Triptych from the Home for Christmas kit. As soon as I saw it I knew it was going to be perfect for our photo of Elsa.
We are having an Elsa themed birthday and I thought this would make a beautiful centerpiece. I just love it!
The center frame holds a 5x7 and the two sides hold 4x6.
I centered a 4x6 on a 5x7 sheet of cardstock for my center picture.
I wanted a solid background for the snowflake so that it would stand out more. To achieve this I ungrouped the snowflake frame and deleted the cut outs. I added some gemstones to the centers of the snowflakes and some Stickles to the main snowflake to add a little dimension.
Today I am sharing some cute little Frozen purses and card. They are for my daughter's birthday. When I asked what paper would you like me to use this year she happily proclaimed Frozen. Another Frozen birthday - I think Frozen will live forever in our home :)
Happy Friday everyone. I hope some of you are starting to thaw out. Here in the South we are back to unseasonably warm weather. Today will be 70 degrees! I love living in the South. You just get a taste of winter and then it is gone.
Today I am sharing with you the 3d Model Rocket from SVG Outta This World. I am using it as a favor at my son's birthday party. I scaled it down to 70% and it turned out so cute! It is about 5" tall.
Since I made it small I used the panels that did not have the little holes in them - I would of been weeding those little holes out all week if I had cut them. I added tiny pearls to give it a little more character and dimension. My son just loves them. Thank you for stopping by today.