Having fun making the deer head Christmas pillows. Actually, it doesn't have to be just for Christmas for guys rooms, etc. You can choose any flannel plaid you like. Stonegableblog has a beautiful deer head template for your use. Please make sure you give them a thank you. This particular one looks much better on a lighter background pillow. I just happened to have a red pillow on hand to give it a try. It looks great on linen pillows. Thanks for the inspiration.
Making paper Christmas trees for vignettes all around the house. Using my stash that I already have. Good idea for buffets, party tables and small vignettes at Christmas time. Dollar tree deers and stars.
Getting a little head start and also getting ready for Spark Your Christmas with Margie Romney Aslett and Meg Aslett, always a great online class! Sign up for a little extra Spark!
Getting ready to make little Christmas gifts. Tag complete with tulle, ribbons and twine. Rhonna Designs, Sheila font, Creative Market(lol a must purchase)! Also, used the stencil font. Ali Edwards, handwriting embellishment. Will use for nail polish tags, gift toppers, gift bags, etc.
September Skies/Heidi Swapp has to be one of my most favorite papers to date. Card inspiration from Sarah Bargo. Creds to : Heidi Swapp, September Skies collection, Merry and Bright, Pink Paislee Collection, My Mind's Eye, Everyday Basics, Black and White, Leaves cut with Silhouette. I love the navy blue addition to the September Skies as well as the mix of color and black and white in the florals. Make something pretty is so easy when you have beautiful papers!
Celebrate good times! Scrapbooking at my fingertips, how awesome is that! Thanks to @devpitcher, @projectlifeapp, @beckyhigginsllc. 12 x 12 prints and 8 x 8 prints. And, of course, using my favorite printer, @ persnicketyprintsapp! Design in and out of the new RD magic app and Rhonna Designs and Becky Higgins Project Life. Be still my heart!
Working on projects using Color Shine. Sometimes we make a few mistakes in art and it can go in its own direction. I forgot I was using resist paper and when I stamped the butterfly on top, of course, it did not go on the resist. Rather than throw it away, I used distress inks and actually loved the way it turned out. This project is for my Project Life Album. Also, I am enjoying use the different techniques on the new Heidi Swapp Project Life.