Hope you had a fabulous week! Here is to another week of fun projects for you to enjoy! I hope this weekend you will find time to create and be uplifted by your wonderful creations.
“Everyday Hero” has such an amazing and touching story. I am sure everyone has a hero in their life. This beautiful layout is a perfect design that can be adapted to fit any photo. Scrapbooking is such a wonderful way to preserve important memories and honor those special people in our life.
What a beautiful masterpiece created by Susan Smit. Susan used Heartfelt Creations products to create this this exquisite layout. Don’t you just love the vintage tones? Susan added elements to add color to her layout. She captured the perfect moment in this photo and was able to translate that perfect feeling by using the right paper and embellishments. Let’s visit Susan’s blog at SussiPoppins to see how she created this wonderful layout and to find details about all of the supplies needed.
This garden scene card is made completely by using dies. Don’t you just love the white on white with a touch of color? Regina added color and texture by adding purple felt flowers and green vines. The white on white is such a clean look and I love the way that Regina added a lot of dimension. Just imagine how happy it would make a friend or a family member to receive such a beautiful card in the mail.
Make sure you visit The Stampin’ Bean blog. Regina always has a lot of fun things to share – great projects, challenges, and ideas.
Have you crafted with watercolor paper? I just love this card created by Heather Telford. Heather is amazing and does such a beautiful job with everything she creates. This beautiful design was created using three different stamps from Penny Black.
Heather inked her flowers with memento markers, spritzed the stamp with water, then stamped on watercolor paper. Believe it or not, Heather stamped the brick background after stamping the flowers and she did it in two steps. What a realistic masterpiece Heather has created. Come with me over to Bits & Pieces for Heather’s instructions, and I promise you will be inspired by her talent and enjoy many more of her wonderful projects.
Are you ready to work up some magic of your own? Do you have some lost treasures that are floating around in your scrap supplies? Dig down deep and see what you can come up with to create your own stunning shadow box design.
Use your favorite items – anything from fun papers to metal corners to your favorite three dimensional flowers. Adding your favorite saying will personalize your shadow box. I just love the texture and dimension that Lynn gave to this beautiful project. She created various floral shapes using bright and cheery papers that are sure to bring a bit of sunshine into your home. Lynn always has a ton of fun things to share – great projects, challenges, and ideas. Be sure to visit The Next Best Thing for more fun projects and inspiration. Have fun creating your own shadow box!
I can honestly say that these are no doubt the best Shortbread Tartlets I have ever had. I made these for our Mother’s Day dinner and no one could keep their hands off of them. They were gone before I knew it. I have to say my family was pretty impressed with my tartlets! They didn’t know mom could make something so tasty!
I found this wonderful recipe on The Kitchen McCabe. Kayley will give you all of the ingredients you’ll need, along with great instructions how to make these. Give it a try and impress your family. One hint for you before you start…be sure to make a double batch! 🙂
Hope you enjoyed today’s projects. Have a wonderful weekend!