September 30th, 2012
Sharmaine here again, with another My Mind’s Eye layout.
This time using Jen’s gorgeous “Bluebird” range
I truly love it when the product takes all the hard work out of scrapping
The ”Happines Is” sticker was perfect for the title of my layout
(Aren’t those chipboard buttons just GORGEOUS! LOVE LOVE LOVE THOSE!)
Even the packaging said the right words!
and the “Tall Tales” sticker was perfect for my journaling
Bluebell 6×6 Designer Paper Pad
Bluebell “Smile” Enamel Dots
Bluebell “Remember” decorative buttons
Bluebell “Bright” Chipboard elements
Bluebell “smile” stickers
Bluebell “Bright” Tiny Word stickers
Bluebell “Playful” Journal Card
Bluebell “Playful” Label stickers.
April 12th, 2012
So Sophie, how many projects can we make from a 10×10 stack?
Project # 1 Baby Bib
This simple patchwork baby bib used only a few 2.5 squares. I cut one strip of 2.5×10 of each of the prints and then sub cut those strips into 2.5×2.5 inch squares. I then sewed those squares together in a simple patchwork pattern, added some linen and lace. I backed the bib in absorbent terry cloth and used my favorite baby bib pattern from the book One Yard Wonders.
You can see that there are still many pieces and scraps to play with. Next week I will share more projects made with the 10×10 left overs.
April 10th, 2012
Do you ever fall in love with a single stamp and want to use it everywhere? The starburst image from My Mind’s Eye’s Lost & Found Two Sunshine “Lovely” stamps by Jen Allyson had me at hello. All the images in this set are so unique and beautiful, but that starburst image is spectacular. I’m going to show you a quick way to use a single stamp to make a big impact on a card. I call it Repetition Stamping.
Start by stamping your favorite image onto a piece of scrap paper and measure both the width and height. This particular image was simple since it is a circle. Then, onto your cardstock, measure out in a grid format the dimensions of the stamp across the entire cardstock (make sure you have a light hand with your pencil!)
Now you can stamp! Lining up your stamp is a breeze because you’ve done all the measuring and have guidelines. Allow your ink to dry thoroughly and then erase your guidelines.
Finish your creation with a few fun embellishments. For mine, I inked the edges of the cardstock and added a wooden button from the Lost & Found Two: Sunshine Memories Collection and a sentiment tag.
I hope you try out Repetition Stamping! I feature it quite often on my blog, The Bald Dragonfly! Stop on over sometime.