Friday, November 21, 2008

Karen Foster Countdown Calendar from Scrappy Jo's

As part of my November DT supplies I received the Karen Foster Countdown Calendar to decorate. I used Imaginisce paper which you can't see very well but there are adorable glittering snowmen on it. One the other side I decorated so it could simply be a keepsake box for my mom which explains the butterlfy on the top. She loves butterflies and pink so I had to incorporate them into the Christmas theme on the other side. If you want to make an adorable countdown calendar for any holiday then head over to Scrappy Jo's where she is having a huge sale this weekend. You'll recieve an additoinal 25% off all order including sale items and there are free gifts with purchase.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

CPS #89

I created this card for the Scrappy Jo's Design Team using CPS #89. The sketch was so simple and I was able to make this card quite quickly which was good considering my current schedule. I once again got to use the adorable Cosmo Cricket Hello Sunshine line. If you are loving this line as much as me head over to the Scrappy Jo store where everything is 10% off currently and you can also use the first order bonus featured on the side of my blog. So if you have a little bit of time and need some scrapping therapy then check out this week's sketch.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Joke's Bonus Sketch

I created this card for Scrappy Jo's Design Team using Joke's bonus sketch from 2S4Y. Jo sent me some adorable Cosmo Cricket papers from the Hello Sunshine Line including Hopscotch and Clover. I really love the stitched owl on Joke's card and was inspired to use some of my fibers for stitching. I love stitching but embroidery floss is getting a little old. The fiber was much harder to deal with though I must admit. Also today my DBF took me to the LSS to spend some of my birthday money. It was great to get to see some of the new products I've only seen online so far. I bought some materials for flocking and my first pack of Thickers. I can't wait to get working on some more projects.