Hello, everyone. Today a have another Easter project to share. This time featuring the new Bunnyville collection. I found this little train set, in the kids craft section at Joanne's and decided to turn it into an Easter, treat holder.
Each of the larger cars had a roof, so I carefully removed them. Then I covered over the windows with chipboard before I started covering them with patterned paper.
The majority of this project used patterned papers from the 6x6 paper pad. The smaller prints worked perfectly for the scale of this project.
For more details on this project check out my post on the Doodlebug blog.
Hello everyone. With Easter just around the corner I decided to create a project that would get everyone in a Spring mood. The project features Doodlebug's new Swiss Dot Petite Prints, which come in a array of bright, fun colors.
Hello everyone! Today I'm sharing a Valentines project I made with Doodlebug's Sweet Things collection. This piece uses a mixture of materials including paper mache, felt, wood and wire. But what brings the whole thing together are the adorable patterned papers and fun embellishments from the collection.
For more details on this project you can visit the DB blog here. ;)
Hello everyone! Today I have a couple of sport themed layouts to share with you. The first one features Doodlebug's new Touchdown collection. The handsome model is Corbin again (featured in the shadow box below). All the details, including cutting files for this layout can be found HERE.
My next layout features my "little lady" and the Home Run collection. All the details for this are HERE.
Hello everyone. Today I am sharing shadowbox that was made using the new Goal collection by Doodlebug. The little "soccer star" is a relative of mine and his mom LaTonya, kindly gave me the photo to use for this project.
The original Maya Road shadow box was a little small for my needs, so I used thick chipboard to add on the section for the stats and Corbin's name.
You can find more details on this shadowbox and other "Goal" projects HERE, on the Doodlebug blog.