Hello everyone! This fun little banner was created for the Doodlebug Alphabet Challenge, an assignment the team and myself were given. Here's the link to my post and don't forget to check out the rest of the team's projects too.
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Hello everyone! The doodlebug design team has been working on masculine projects featuring, or for the men in our life's. My little man loves robots and since I love to make them, I thought why not create one that was fun, as well as functional.
You can see more details on this project HERE.
Thanks for dropping by. :)
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Hello everyone! For the next week or so, Doodlebug Designs will be hosting a fun contest. All the details can be found on the blog, but basically all you have to do is create a project using doilies and share it with us. The rest of the team and I have created our own projects to give you all some inspiration over the next few days. Here's mine.
For more details on how I created this owl, check out my post here.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Hi everyone! Today I'm up on the Doodlebug blog sharing a project from the Back to School collection. The desk organizer started out as a photo cube and on the blog I show you how I altered it.
Here are some more pictures of the finished project.
Thanks for stopping by! :)
Monday, April 20, 2015
Hello everyone. Today I'm sharing my Patriotic Picnic project on the Doodlebug blog.
Here's a peek of my Uncle Sam decor. More details for this project can be found HERE. :)
Chipboard circle and star - Maya Road
Feather - Hobby Lobby
Monday, April 6, 2015
Hello everyone! Today I am up on the Doodlebug blog sharing a project using the new SunKissed collection.
The watermelon was cut out on my Silhouette. Then it was embellished with stickers and die cuts from the Sunkissed collection.
For the inside of the watermelon, a small pocket was made to hold the gift card, along with a vellum pinwheel. An ice cream die-cut was reinforced with cardboard, then a little crab was cut on the Silhouette and attached. The cone was then attached to a wood dowel, as shown. To hold everything in place in the box I added some Easter grass, but you could also use some shredded paper, wrapped chocolate or candy in your watermelon.
Here are a few more pictures of the finished project.
Thanks for stopping by!