Monday, August 1, 2016

Happy Fall, Y'all!

Hello, everyone. Today I have a fun, Fall project upon the Doodlebug blog.

For all the details check out this post.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Dog Days

Hello, everyone!  Here's a mini album I created with Doodlebug's new Puppy Love collection.

I started out with a chipboard, 3 ring binder for the main part of the album.  Then I added the chipboard puppy to the front, which was cut using my Silhouette.  The file for the dog can be found here.  I did distort the puppy slightly to accommodate the narrowness of the album. For all the details and more pictures on this album, go HERE.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Sweet Life

Hello, everyone. Today my project will feature one of Doodlebug's newest collections Fun in the Sun. This fabulous Summer collection was such fun to work with. Here's what I made with it.

For more details on my project and more Fun In The Sun projects check out the Doodlebug blog.

Thursday, May 26, 2016


Hello, everyone.  Over on the Doodlebug blog for the next week or so,  the team and I will be sharing our take on the  "chunky twine" challenge.  After finding this fun image in the Silhouette store, I decided to use the twine to make colorful pom-poms drops for some cloud wall art.  Here are the finished results.

Here's the finished piece  hanging in my daughter's room.

Come over to the DB blog for more details on this project.

Monday, April 4, 2016


Hello again, today I am sharing a Doodlebug project, that features the new Anchors Aweigh collection. This centerpiece could work for a baby shower, a welcome home gift or first birthday.

More details on this project can be found HERE.

Silhouett Cutting files used on this, Scroll Banner, Funky Swirl Border and Retro Coral.

Friday, March 11, 2016

Easter Express

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.

Thanks for stopping by. :)

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