Thursday, December 1, 2011

PSA Essentials & CottageCutz Holiday Card Blog Hop

Welcome to the PSA Essentials and CottageCutz Holiday Card Blog Hop. The Design Teams from the Scrapping Cottage and PSA Essentials have teamed up to share some Holiday cards with you. We hope it inspires you to get going on your holiday card making.

I used the Santa's Clothesline CottageCutz die to make my Christmas card. I also used the Merry Christmas stamp from the Boxwood Vine Wreath die set.

Here's a little closer look - aren't these clothes so cute??

Prize Package Details: Readers who hop to each of the blogs, comment at each and are a follower of PSA Stamp Camp will be entered to win the "Holiday Card" prize. The GRAND prize contains 3 Peel & Stick stamp sets, 1 stamper, 1 black ink & 1-2 color ink from PSA Essentials and a $50 gift certificate to The Scrapping Cottage. There are also 9 opportunities to win a 3x3 die of your choice (in stock dies) from The Scrapping Cottage.
You have until 11:59 pm EST on December 4th.

Blog Hop Link List: - Kay Norman YOU ARE HERE :)

Next: hop on over to: - Angie Holden

· - Lorie Souther

· - Kim Schofield

· - Pearl Liu

· - Vera Yates

· - Janice Wilson

· - Jennifer Holmes

· - Lori Leng

· - Jeanne Streiff

· - Gini Cagle

· - Kim Moreno

· - Erika Taylor

· - Meylssa Connolley

· - Angelica Suarez

· - Cheryl Walker

· - Mae Armstrong

· - The Scrapping Cottage

· – PSA Essentials

Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy the HOP!

Monday, October 3, 2011

Some more cards...

I made a few cards this past weekend in honor of National Card Making Day

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Scrapbuggy Challenge #8

The Scrapbuggy Challenge this time was to make a card from the sketch provided and use one of their Buggy Designs. I just love this elephant and have made lots of baby cards with it.
I took some gray and pink twine and twisted it for an embellishment.

More Halloween

Friday, August 19, 2011

Halloween is just around the corner

My first Halloween card of the year. I used the CottageCutz die from MLS and some Doodlebug paper. The trim is made with pinking shears and the details on the raven are from the Gelly Roll pen called Stardust.

Friday, July 22, 2011

My Little Shoebox & The Dog Pound

I made this card with the CottageCutz die called Laundry Line. This is made to go with MLS line of paper Pretty Little Things.

Here is a scrapbook layout I made with a couple of pictures from my daughter & her husband's trip to Disneyland last month.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Lovin' Those Polka Dots

For the last year and half I've been participating in Project 12. Each month a sketch is given and you create a layout based on the activities you did in that month. I have loved doing this. June's project 12 was in conjuction with Scrapbuggy's Recipe Challenge where you had to use lots of polka dots, 2 flowers, 3 buttons and some ribbon. This made it super fun and I love the polka dot theme. Thanks Scrapbuggy!

I even took the same papers and created a card too!

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Wedding Cake and a Prom Dress

I used the Celebration Cake die from the Scrapping Cottage to make the wedding cake.
I did a fun little photo shoot before my daughters date picked her up for prom.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Recipes added to my recipe book

My most favorite release from The Scrapping Cottage has been the Kitchen Release. I have been adding a recipe to my book here and there for years now, but with this release I've gotten 4 done in the past couple of weeks.

Several of these dies also come with stamps like the flour and sugar above.

Also the measuring cup die. Aren't these just so cute???

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Sympathy Cards

I have thoroughly enjoyed making cards with my PaperTrey stamps and dies. I made up a batch of these Sympathy Cards and really like how they turned out.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

All White Challenge

I took the challenge over at Scrapbook Express to create an all white layout for their monthly contest. I would have never done this on my own but with it being a challenge I decided to give it a try. I am very happy with the way it turned out, I just wish it would photograph better, it's
much prettier in person.