Friday, December 9, 2011

Note pad holder....

Look what I made this afternoon!  It was so simple and perfect to keep in your purse to jot down all you Christmas notes and lists.  I used some left over Figgy Pudding paper that was in my stash from years ago.  The button and card stock is SU.  I printed the NOTES title on the computer and used an edge punch to decorate the edges.  The closure is magnetic snaps from Basic Grey.  Cute little ditty, huh?

Scraptabulous Crop.......

Our Scraptabulous Crop has been finalized.  I have wanted to do this for so long and now my dream is becoming a reality.   Our crops will be the first Saturday of each month at the Hampton Inn on the Katy Freeway, next to Popeye's fried chicken.  A very convenient location.  This first crop will be off the charts with fun make-n-takes and door prizes.  Meals will be provided but if you bring a snack to share, you will receive an extra raffle ticket for our drawing.

Mark your calendars for February 4th and come join us for a day filled with sharing, laughter and just plain old fashion fun!  Seating is limited so be sure to register early at   Any questions, don't hesitate to call either of us.

Until later, stay warm!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Recipe book.....

Finally  finished the recipe book I have been working on off and on this past week.  It was such a fun and interesting project.  Would you believe this little book took sixteen 12 x 12 pattern paper sheets?  This is a Laura Denison pattern from Following the Paper Trail.  You must take a look at her blog, she does the most amazing projects.  Several of her projects were featured in the Tim Holtz booth at CHA this year.  Her work is up there with the best crafters. 

It is amazing what a little chipboard, a Graphic 45 paper pack, black card stock and a bit of ribbon can turn out.  Next recipe book with be a Christmas theme.  Love this pattern!  It was a fun and easy project. 

Until next time, enjoy my recipe book and  this beautiful holiday season.  

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Antibac holders......

I made these antibacteria holders for my Bridge group Christmas party next week.  All products used are from SU.  The card stock is Cherry Cobbler, the DPS is a retired Christmas paper from last year, the sentiment is from the Bells & Boughs stamp set, stamped in Cherry Cobble ink and popped on the front using dimensionals.  I added Very Vanilla satin ribbon across the top with a small tag stamped with the Tiny Tags stamp set.  I used velcro enclosures to keep it closed.  I think they turned out so cute and the antibacteria gel is such a necessary item during this time of year.  I'm hoping the ladies of my Bridge group like their little treats.  Enjoy!

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