Thursday, October 28, 2010
This is a pictures of my daughter's 3-D Virginia Map that she had to do showing the five different regions. Materials used included "funny foam" for the regions, yarn for the mountains and floss to highlight the fall line. She used stars to label Virginia and the nation's Capital. We used the cricut for the title and the compass! Do they really expect kids to complete these projects by themselves and you're suppose to use materials that you have at home!
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
I haven't had the opportunity to scrap much lately but I have done a few pages in my gratitude journal. This was a project that I started as part of a challenge over at Scraps of Color in June. I'm half way done so I'm sharing a few of my recently completed pages! I'm completing and sharing the pages in random order! These two LOs I scrapped being thankful for my laptop and my friends.
Monday, October 25, 2010
Recently I was suppose to attend a crop with some of my scrappin' sistas and a few of us decided to design something to wear. We couldn't decide whether it would be a t-shirt or an apron so I opted to try both. I have yet to come up with a design for the apron that I like so for now I'm rockin' this t-shirt using Wordle to hightlight my papercrafting.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Monday, October 18, 2010
I haven't really had the opportunity to get alot of scrappin' done but I did want to share some of what I have been doing. Over at Mocha Scrappers we did a fall swap and I received some really nice goodies from Keya in Winston Salem, NC. I received some paper, stamps, hand lotion, scrapbooking bling and some peanut M&Ms. She also sent me a beautiful handmade card and the items were wrapped in some creative packaging which was one of the suggested ideas! Thanks again Keya for my goodies.
Saturday, October 2, 2010
The following cards were made today as part of my participation in National Card Making Day and an attempt to use my scraps! Christina over at Creations with Christina, hosted challenges and giveaways on her blog and I made some of my cards from her posted challenges. I completed cards for challenge numbers: 1, 2, 4, 6 and 7.