Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Sunday, March 28, 2010
Visions of Summer projects are dancing around my head like sugar plums. Have you bought this line already? Send a photo of your layout, card, album or project to firstname.lastname@example.org and it could be featured on our blog! We look forward to seeing your art!!
Wowsers!! Isn't she gorgeous??!!?!
Do you ever feel like you need a few extra hands as you carry your stash around? This is a great solution... put your shoulder into it!! Just slip this stylish bag over your shoulder and you're ready to head to a crop or a friends' house. Love it!
This next bag is perfect for someone who likes to pack stuff up for a crop but keeps their tools/stash put away while they are at home. This tote can be stored, when not in use, in practically no space at all:
And here it is all folded flat (It comes in blue or pink). Wow. That's flat!!
This last tote is pretty amazing. It rolls up into this compact, portable, stylish buddy:
I hope that the totes we showed you today and the ones from a few posts ago will help you find something to spark your creativity and tame your stash!!
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Aren't they pretty, all lined up and ready to work?
Have you picked up any of these papers yet? Have finished projects to share? Email them to email@example.com with your contact info and your project could be featured on our blog!!
Sunday, March 7, 2010
(more details will be posted soon)
Ready for the sketch?? Here ya go:
Need some inspiration? Here is an example by Pam Bennett on the Page Maps website:
This is a fantastic example because you can see how Pam took the sketch and made it her own incorporating embelishments to fit her winter theme.
Are you ready to play? Grab your Scrappin' Time supplies and get going! Remember to email your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 1st for your chance to be Scrappin' Time's April Guest Designer!!
Rockin' Robots!!! there are also papers with guitars (like the one laying behind the guitar stamp) and radios/music notes (in the center). And whoever thought to create a robot singing karaoke
Isn't that FUN?!?!