November 28, 2014

Katniss Everdeen Scrapbook Layout

I'm up on the Love My Tapes blog today sharing this layout I created featuring a photo of myself in my Halloween Costume- Katniss Everdeen.

I wanted to make this page inspired more by The Hunger Games than Halloween, so I included the mocking jay pin I made for my costume and diecut some feather to hang off of it. Both the mocking jay and the feathers were cut on my Silhouette Portrait machine.

You can hop over to the LMT blog to read more about my layout if you want, or scroll down to the previous post to see more of my recent layouts.

May the odds be ever in your favor!
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Recent Scrapbook Layouts and Cards

It's been a little while since I've shared some of my scrapbook layouts and with all of the traveling I've done the past Summer and also Fall I have had plenty of photos to scrapbook!

These use photos from my most recent trip to Arizona, and a Halloween layout.


I make a lot of cards to send out as well (I send out thank you cards with all of my shop orders), here are a few recent cards:

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November 27, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for reading my blog and supporting me!

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November 26, 2014

DIY Masked Metallic Christmas Jars

Hey guys, Happy Early Thanksgiving! Christmas is less than a month away- I'm so excited!

Today I am up on the Hazel and Ruby blog sharing these restyled mason jars. If you want to see how I made them, hop on over there.

I used Krylon's Looking Glass paint  with my Hazel and Ruby stencil masks on these jars. The paint turns clear glass into a mirror! Cool, huh?

If you get a chance, go to the Hazel and Ruby blog!
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November 25, 2014

DIY Christmas Garland Candle

It's official- Just1 month until Christmas! I may be a little bit excited...

Today I have a simple Christmas inspired project for you guys! A Christmas candle! I think this would be awesome for Christmas centerpieces, or you could make a bunch of these and put them in the fireplace instead of a real fire.

You could make this in other colors and give them as Christmas gifts as well.

Supplies: Candle, Quick Drying Glue or Hot Glue (I used 450 Quick Dry Glue), Christmas Garland.

1. Start by securing the end of your garland at the bottom back edge of your candle, as pictured below. I just used a dot of 450 Quick Dry glue.

2. Begin wrapping your garland around your candle. You want it pretty snug, and you can add some glue in between it and the candle if you need to.

3. When you get to the end of your garland, or when you feel you've got enough of the candle covered, Glue the remaining end down on the backside of the candle.

Looking for another easy-peasy candle project? Check out these Rhinestone Candles.

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November 24, 2014

Make it Monday

Create a Marbled Clay Dish using this tutorial.

Line your own Envelopes following this DIY.

Learn how make this cute Diary Cover using this tutorial.

Create an English Paper Pieced Hexie Turkey Towel with this tutorial.

Learn how to make a Paper Profile Silhouette with this DIY. I think this is a neat technique!

Create a Wooden Scrapbook following this tutorial.

Crochet a Fox Ear Headband with this crochet pattern.

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