Still making fresh samples for our sections in the store. I had some of the flowers left over from the other days page and they matched the colors in this paper perfectly so a wintery page it is. I showed step-by-step over on our Picture This Facebook page on the 27th so be sure to hop on over there and 'like' our page too to keep up with all the happenings. We throw FB specials our there every now and then too. A lot of our gals from further away see the new posted and then call to have us ship product out. I am over to Festival mailing orders almost daily. So if you see something you like and are not near Eau Claire...just give us a holler. (715)830-9555
The flowers and flourishes are Cheery Lynn dies. I inked the center with Tim Holtz Spun sugar ink.
Just a super quick sample for the baby section. We have soooo many beautiful papers that do all the work for you so all you have to do really is just add your photos. So I only added the matting for the photos, a few pearls and a banner for journaling. Poof! A page.
Another fresh sample for the store. the diecut is made right here at the store. We have over 1000 custom made diecuts available throughout the store. My talented staff can even do custom ones usually while you shop depending on how busy we are and what we have going on. But we also mail orders out all the time as well.
I used the heart border punch and the MS 3-in-1 butterfly punch.
It is raining here today so a perfect day to scrapbook gals!!
I needed to get some more take-n-makes on the floor and I have been wanting to work with this pretty paper. We just used the Cheery Lynn rose die in last weeks make-n-take. So now you have more ideas with the same die. I am doing a page right now with the paper so I will share that when I am done.
Page made from left over papers. I am on a mission to get odds and ends made into projects. I think I'm on a teal streak....everything I am working on lately is teal.
The pretty little bow is a Cheery Lynn die. We use dies all the time on our pages and cards at Picture This. And I hear all the time from scrapbookers that they wouldn't have enough use to justifying buying a Cuttlebug. Oh do I disagree. All of my accents are diecuts and over time.....it can save a lot of money!!
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have been a scrapper forever and started cards in '87. Now I can't imagine doing one without the other or not having this creative outlet in my world. I live in Wisconsin, have 2 boys and 4 cats and have an obsession with tigers. In '04 I was diagnosed with Chiari and had to make a career change. So I turned my hobby into a business and opened a store in my hometown in '04 and eventually bought a larger store in '06 and combined the two. I love sharing my creative passion with others.