Saturday, December 19, 2009

Pink Paislee blog post!

Good morning! I wanted to share a blog post I did for Pink Paislee this morning:

I always try to get the most out of my supplies. Doing so requires a little ‘out of the box’ thinking, which isn’t always an easy thing!

One of my favorite sheets of paper from the Pink Paislee line is the Postcards paper. I often times use it for obvious reasons; using one of the rectangles in my title, using a piece to write down my journaling, or just using the pattern on the opposite side to aid in my design. Well I love it so much that I wanted to use nearly ALL of it to create a layout. The Cupid Postcards paper, along with Cupids Bullseye paper, and Cupids Eternal Love, were the only 3 sheets of paper I used from the Cupid line.

Six sections from the Postcards paper, along with three (4 x 6) photos cut down to size, make up a good portion of the layout. I made sure to use contrasting pieces from the paper; Three “title” sections and three “journaling” sections. To break up the title, I hand cut a flower from one of the sheets of paper and added it to the side of the title along with a Cupid Bella Brad for the flower center. I combined the Cherry Expressions Glitter Alphabet chipboard, Berry Expressions Glitter Alphabet chipboard, and the Expression Whimsies Alphabet in Chocolate for my title.

The “love” stamp comes from the Cupid Impressions Stamps. I’m always looking for a place or two to throw a stamp ;)

I would love to hear of interesting ways all of you use papers from the Pink Paislee lines!

Happy Creating!

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Happy December!!

Has it really been over 2 months since I've updated this thing????! WOW. Seriously embarassing, LOL!

Life has been great here, really. School, PTA, soccer, vacation, kids, husband...everything has just been keeping me busy lately! How about I share a couple of snippets from the past couple of months??

Here are some pictures from Soccer 09 and our Myrtle Beach Vacation:

I've gotten some assignments completed for Pink Paislee:

I've made several cards, but I can't share those yet ;)

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