I am a stay at home mom and have two great kids and a great husband of 20+ years.
I like doing different types of paper crafts and upcycle projects.
I recently purchased a Cricut Expression Air2 and am creating different projects with using cardstock, vinyl, and iron-on.
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Good afternoon! Two posts in one day, oh my! I have another creation I am entering into the March 30 - April 5 Anything Goes (week 5) Challenge with Paper Smooches.
I upcycled an item for this entry. I am still working on the Teacher Appreciation gifts and made this little notebook.
I used double-stick tape to attach the cardstock to coasters I found in the dollar bin at Target. My daughter picked the Paper Smooches Bee Mine stamp set out last year for her Valentine's last year; isn't that bee cute?! I used the Cinch to bind together the covered coasters.
I hope you have time to hop on over to Paper Smooches and look at all the crafty creations!
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April 3, 2014
Good afternoon! I created another entry for the Paper Smooches SPARKS Anything Goes Challenge.
Here are the items I used to create the project: Marvy Uchida: round, scallop, and paw paper punch Clear plastic from an old container The Paper Studio: Daydream doodle 12 x 12 paper pack The Write Stock: translucent vellum Color box: pink pigment stamp pad Stampin Up: pretty pearl embossing powder Imaginisce: jewels Recollections: purple paper Recollections: pink ribbon Prismacolor: colored pencils Paper Smooches: Party Posse
Hope you like my tag. If you get a chance, please pop on by http://papersmoochessparks.blogspot.com/ to see all the other crafty creations. Have a great day!;0)
The crafts that went along with the bulletin board: traced & cut hands/arms for branches traced & cut hands for leaves (not in picture) painted paper plate apples cut, painted, and designed corn using bubble wrap, paint, and construction paper cut & designed turkeys
On The Right Track The crafts that went along with the bulletin board: paper plate geese cut & designed owls (from Lakeshore Learning)
Have you filled a bucket today?
" The top bulletin board was on the left side of the hall, it was used for students to write something nice to their follow classmates. The bottom board was on the right side of the hall, it was used for the student/parent to write something nice to their teacher and/or paraprofessional. The crafts that went along with the bulletin board: decorate bucket attached pictures and/or wrote a nice thank you letter to the teacher and/or paraprofessional
"BEE"ing a good citizen The crafts that went along with the bulleti…
Here is what I used to create the card: stamp: Swiss Pixie Lucy and Woodland Mushroom envelope size: 6x9 Recollections card base: 12x9 : Recollections Kraft pattered paper cut at 2 1/2x4 from K&Company Itsy Bitsy solid background paper is both from (old) SU Hope ya like it!:0)