Sunday, September 28, 2014

Happy Fall

Hi everyone, it's been a while since I've actually posted a project.  Last week I took each day to share with you some of our different kits that you can play and create with.  Thank you for allowing me to do that,  Going forward it is my intent to soft sell once a week or so.

Last weekend I was able to take several days and go back home to say goodbye to my grandmother. I think of her a hundred times a day, yet I know she's in a better place. Well, I'm back home now and in the swing of things again!

Here is my card today to start of the Fall season.  Happy Fall to each of you.  

Cardstock - early espresso, tangelo twist, whisper white
Ink - early espresso
Stamps - occasions alphabet, paper bootiful
Tools -   Crimper, petite label punch,  autumn accents Bigz die
Accessories - stampin write marker, linen thread, gold basic metal buttons


I can finally show you the projects I made for our Stampin retreat!  I had so much fun making them but I was unable to attend because my grandmother passed away.   They received lots of nice compliments.  

When I was deciding what product or products to use, the Flashback DSP started calling my name.  In one design there are old style cameras which led me to thinking about scrapbooking.  I already had the Snapshot stamp and the On Film Framelits dies and that's how my projects were born.  

I hope you enjoy them!

This project is a photo frame that spins around so I actually have four different photos on there.  The lid comes off and I was going to put in a little base of fall flowers but just didn't have the time.

I am so happy with the way this turned out, it is a scrapbook and it looks like a camera.   Cool, right?

I love creating ensembles for birthday parties or any other type of party and one of the must-haves our banners!  I thought this would be a cool way to add photos of my friends, it really adds a personal touch to the ensemble

These are cute little tense that Lisa gave me.  They contain after dinner mints & were to be for our Friday night dinner at the bed-and-breakfast.

The black diecut image on top of the tins is actually a little camera but you can't really tell what it is so I kinda wish that I would've stamped it and then die cut it.

Instead of a picture from my frame, I found a quote on Pinterest about friends that I really like so I printed that off from my computer decoupaged some paper to it and added a pretty ribbon and bow.