I think I may have to join one of these soon!! I can't seem to stop buying supplies! Yesterday I stopped by Scrapbook Nook. The temptation was too much, so I left and decided to go to Ross for awhile. Well, I didn't know Ross had a small scrapbook section filled with older kits for a very good price!! I just couldn't help myself!
The weather was AMAZING yesterday! I didn't do much since I had a Dr's appointment, so I just laid low and just made a couple of things. My friend and my scrapping mentor's little girl is celebrating her first birthday in a few weeks. So, I created this card for her.
I just took a basic piece of pastel cardstock and created a center step card fold. The design paper is from DCWV's Nana's Kids collection. I cut out some butterflies from a Cosmo Cricket cardstock and used some K and Company Embellishments. The Lady Bug is from Color Bok, with a couple more K and Company gems!
Half way through creating this, I found a blog that happened to have a Polka Dot challenge! I will be entering this in Cupcake Craftroom's July Challenge. This would also be for Birthday Sundae's #18 Challenge, Ginger Loft's Make It Sparkle Challenge, Pattie's Creations Glitter or Bling Challenge, Stamp Challenge's Favorite Embellishment Challenge (Gems and Pearls), Charisma Cardz' Sunshine Colors Challenge, Happi Challenge's Special Fold Challenge
Scrap our Stash was having a Red, White, and Blue challenge but I couldn't think of what to make! I had tons of paper, but was blanking out on a project! I wanted something unique and I wanted to make something other than a card or LO. I stumbled upon this Mini Hat from Craft Warehouse, and it was PERFECT!!! I also entered this to Just for Fun's Precious Metal Challenge.
I used DCWV's Summer Dream stack to create this. I didn't exactly follow the template that Craft Warehouse had. Didn't feel like plugging in my printer. :-/ The ribbon is once again from Target's $1 bins. The embellishment in front were just random buttons I had laying around connected with wires. The back had some tulle held by paper flowers.
Here is my throwback project for the day. I made this as an Dating Anniversary Card for my husband last year. Yes, we celebrate our dating and our wedding anniversary! :) I try to not just give him a card for our anniversaries because I make cards for everyone else, so I made him this mini book.
Well today is another gorgeous day! My husband's working, maybe the little peanut and I will go on an adventure. I still have a few things I need to do though. I will be expanding my crafting corner, to a bigger corner of the house! :) That should be fun. I still have to play around with the craft supplies I bought yesterday! Plus, I found some awesome paper organizers for $1 at Target! I will have pics of that once I have my corner situated! I also need to make a thank you card for my aunt. Maybe I can do all this before my hubby gets home and all three of us can go on an adventure!
Have a good day!!