Remember hanging clothes outside with your mother or grandmother with wooden clothes pin. How wonderful everything looked outside, on the line, as the breeze blew? Why not capture that feeling all year around with an altered clothes pin. Here I used the DCWV Mariposa paper collection to cover the clothes pin. I cut out and Ultra Embossed some butterflies from the collection and the Monarch Butterfly Martha Stewart Punch. Prima Pearls were adhered on various part for an elegant look. And of course, I had to use my "I am roses" flowers as much as possible.
Metal charms were purchased on ebay for no more than $1.00 + 3.99 shipping and handling. Lace was placed in between the clothes pin to create a touch of whimsy.
This is a place card I created to insert inside the clothes pin. I used the Tim Holt Tabs on the Edge Die, a grunge ticket, remnant lace, and some pearls by the yard.
Inside I used my Tim Holtz stamps to stamp and created a day record using my Autumn Leaves For the Record stamp.
Hello everyone. Why stick a note in a flower arrangement when you can make art? This is a super quick and cute Valentine Day card. I completely made this card out of DCWV Latte Stack paper. And...you know I used my Gypsy and Cricut machine. Cartridges used were: Wild Cards, Create A Critter, and Alphalicious. The phrase "We Crab You" is highlighted by some Michael's Reflection mini roses (totally 50% off this week). I tore the right side of the card and highlighted the rough edge with Studio G Glitter Glue in Bronze. The recipient will embrace a one-of-a-kind card long after the leaves have wilted.
A gift for a dear friend. This mini would be great to share with your husband, daughter, sister, or friend. Simple and easy to make, I used toilet paper rolls and painted them with Amethyst Folk Art paint. My Minds Eye "Totally Girl" paper was used to cover the surface of each page. The mini was bind with my Zutter. Embossed images came from my Cindy Look Cricut Cartridge or my Imagine More Cartridge. Tags inside were cut out using my Cricut.
This was my very first mini album. I mostly used My Minds Eye Home Collection. It is packed with everything. I used a Michael's $1.00 bin chipboard top-note, K&Company stickers, Prima, acetate, tags, flowers, buttons, ribbon, etc. I even used the mat to make rugs and pieces from a quilt I made.