Monday, March 30, 2015


Happy Monday!
Since there are 5 Mondays this month, LGS has an extra challenge today!
I used Dear Lizzy Lucky Charms for this layout of Sierra and I last October:

A few close ups:
I love the mason jars in this cute line!

I added a Heidi Swapp precut title:

Here is the sketch and mood board for todays challenge:

Hope you will join in on the fun!

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Scraplift Saturday

Happy Saturday!
It's my day to post the challenge at My Scraps & More.
For today's scrap lift, I lifted a layout by Michelle. I am a huge fan of her work!
Here is what I came up with using Fancy Pants True Friend:

Here are a few close ups:

Hope you have a wonderful day!

Friday, March 27, 2015

Twistback Thursday

Hello there! Happy Friday!
Spring break starts NOW! YAY!
I have been working on a layout pretty much all week, here and there, when I had time. It's not one of my favorite layouts, but the challenge was so fun, I just had to play along!
Here is the Twistback Thursday challenge I played along with at Sketch-N-Scrap:

#1. The BACK. We have dragged out a sketch from the past. This particular one is from Sept. 1, 2013:

#2. The TWIST! You can only use WHITE CARDSTOCK/PAPER/TAGS. That's right folks, you need to create your own designs here. Make your decorative papers, embellishments, title, sentiments, using inks, paints, stamping, sprays, pens etc. Now no cheating!
I loved the sketch and yes, I was up for a challenge and this was challenge for me!
I used my Cameo and used 2 cut files from the Silhouette Store and cut them out on white cardstock. I used watercolors and Gelatos to color them. I then added lots of stitching.
I also cut the title on my Cameo:

The green is the negative part from the rectangle cut file:

Here are a few more close ups:

Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

May All Your Dreams Come True

Hello! Happy hump day!
Just want to share a card I created last weekend using a sketch at Sketch-N-Scrap and Joan's tape challenge at Turtle Soup.

I used a stencil from The Crafters Workshop along with texture paste. Here is a close up:

                                                               Here is the sketch:

Hope you have a wonderful Wednesday!

Tuesday, March 24, 2015


Hey there!
I just want to share my layout: Yolo (You only live once), it's a popular thing my teenagers say:)
I used a Keren Gerber sketch over at Scrap Our Stash, I love her sketches! Besides the sketch, the twist was to use gold. I also  am entering this layout for the March challenge at Creative Embellishments (a photo and a CE flourish) and Toni's Mix It Up challenge at Turtle Soup (use a mix of different 6x6 paper pads)
I used Fancy Pants Be Loved, Carta Bella Merry & Bright & a few other 6x6 papers I received in a RAK for this layout of Sierra all decked out for prom last year:

It's kind of hard to see in this picture, but I used a CE flourish, added gold embossing powder and then some Stickles to make it bling: 

Here you can see my layers. I cut some arrows and a heart from a My Minds Washi Tape and added them along with a chipboard piece from Be Loved. What do you think of that gold May Arts ribbon? I love it! I cut it jagged to give more texture.

Here you can see some of my background work. I used a Tim Holtz stencil and texture paste for the diamonds. I also used a TCW stencil and some distress ink for the coffee stains. The mini Polaroid frame I cut by hand. I added some washi tape, mists and a punched border:

Here you can see some mist drips (I spray mist and then spritz with water), some more of that yummy May Arts gold ribbon, washi tapes and a fun gold heart from Studio Calico:

and how about that gold YOLO word banner? That's from Studio Calico also:

Here is the sketch I used over at Scrap Our Stash:
Here is the picture for Creative Embellishments challenge. For inspiration, I used the green, gold, Polaroid frame and flourish.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing your day with me!

Monday, March 23, 2015

My Day

It's my day to share a layout up on the Robin's Nest Blog today.
I just wanted to pop in real quick and share a sneak peek here:

I would love if you would pop on over the their blog and check out my full layout.

Just a reminder Robin's Nest is having a blog hop on March 31st. There will be lots of inspiration and a few prizes! Hope you will mark your calendar and join us!
                                                         Hope you have a wonderful day!



Sunday, March 22, 2015

Create Happiness!

Happy Sunday!
Hope you are enjoying your weekend!
I just want to share a layout I created using Echo Park Creative Agenda along with a Stuck?! sketch.
I used a photo of the kids coloring while we were at the Henry Ford Museum a few years ago:

I used watercolors on my background papers to give more color. I cut my scribble circle on the Cameo and stitched with navy thread.

I popped the paintbrushes sticker up on pop dots to give more dimension and also added a few arrow enamels.

I fussy cut the camera from one of the papers and popped that up as well.

The "fun filled day" journaling card was perfect for this page!
Here is the sketch I used:
Hope you enjoy the rest of your day!

Friday, March 20, 2015


I am so excited that I was asked to be on the Feeling Sketchy Design Team! My first reveal will be April 1st! Hope you will check out their blog and play along!


Happy Friday!
There is a new sketch up over on the My Scraps & More Sketch Blog today.
I used a variety of manufacturers on my page:
Background & embellies- Dear Lizzy Serendipity. I also fussy cut the mason jar from this line
Amy Tangerine Stitched for circles
Pink Paislee Solstice- light grey circle

I used my Cameo to cut the circles from my background paper and then added papers behind it:

Here are a few close ups:

Can you see my booboo? I originally cut out another circle and didn't like it, so I tried putting it back as best as I could, LOL

Here is the fun sketch:
Hope you have a wonderful day!

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

So Pretty

Happy St. Patrick's Day Scrappy Friends!
I started a layout this weekend and finally got it done this morning. I just want to shre it with you real quick.
I used a Sketchabilities sketch along with Elle's Studio alphas and Cloud 9 papers.

I used a  Hero Arts stencil and light modeling paste to create the triangles on my background. Then I used a Stampendous stamp along with some ink to add more texture, I topped it off with a Tim Holtz stencil, some more ink and Gelatos.

I cut the leaves using a Silhouette file and my Cameo. I also cut the word "Pretty" on my Cameo:

I added a Recollection wood arrow,

Bella Blvd. washi tape and some thread.

I love using Sketchabilities sketches, they bring out my creative messy side:)
Here is the sketch:
Happy Scrapping!