And a double page with all the same elements. and the teeny roses added to centers again. I did a video on our FB page on how easy it is to make them. Be sure to check it out. We carry the dies to make these flowers yourself for your pages and cards.
We got in these cute little burlap flowers and I was waiting to use them. I was using the patterned paper for an upcoming class and noticed they also matched the paper perfectly. This is a page for sale.
There were only 4 sheets of the peach patterned paper left on the floor. Connie and I have been on a mission to make pages for sale out of the ones with very few left so we can make room for all the new product arriving.
I spent the entire past weekend in my craft room working on projects for the store but took time out to do a couple pages for myself for a change. The photos are from a year ago and I haven't even dressed them for a photo op this year at all! Not even at Halloween time. Sad when I don't even have time for that. See how tolerant they are of me?
This is a double bow made by the Bow-It-All and I have a video on the stores FB page showing how easy it is to use. It's my new toy to play with. You'll be seeing more bows from it in future posts and classes and Page Kits and make-n-takes.
I had made a 2 foot flower for our Annual Cancer Crop and someone requested a class on it. I made one out of patterned papers for the class so they can see a solid and a pattern design. And I'll just hang it in my craft room at home when it's done. I went to Iowa to the Taylored Expressions Stamp Joy in October and got a tour of the warehouse and craft room. They had several sized paper flowers decorating the craft room and I thought it was a perfect thing!
Time for a personal page. If I try to do one every now and then I may get all my photos done....by 2099!! I am so far behind since the store comes first and mine come last. This is my sweet grandma who I still miss dearly. she truly was my gma, mom and friend all in one.
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.