Welcome back to Weekly Scrapper, my friends! I hope you are having a great weekend so far and taking some time to relax. It is time again to enjoy today’s inspirational projects that I am very excited to share with you. Take some of the holiday pressure off by spending a bit of time for yourself! Happy crafting!
I don’t think there is anything more precious than baby photos. They are certainly one of my favorite things to scrapbook. Having three grandchildren (and one on the way) really brings joy in my life; I love to preserve those special memories of each one of them. This precious layout was created by Jinny Newlin and she always has such a creative and fun approach to her layouts.
Would you believe the background was created by rubbing Pumice Stone Distress Ink through a chevron stencil onto the wood grain star patterned paper? Never throw those fun tags away from your new clothing; you will be surprised what you can do with them on a layout. Jinny used her up-cycled clothing tag laced with Baker’s Twine and tucked it under the right side of the photo. Click here and I will take you over to her blog “Soaring” where you can follow the steps Jinny took in creating this darling layout.
Are you beginning to feel that Christmas magic in the air? Now is the time to start creating your handmade Christmas cards. Everyone loves a beautiful handmade card, and they are such a pleasure to make and a joy to receive. This adorable card was created by the very talented Ginny Nemchak. I highly recommend you to visit her blog at Polly’s Paper Studio.
There are so many fine details on this darling card yet it all comes together perfectly. I would like to give a big thank you to Ginny Nemchak for sharing her beautiful design with us today. Click here to get your list of products to create your own adorable card.
You can never create too many Thank You cards. I like to have several made up and on hand; when I need one quickly it is already done. I have a love for mason jars so this card really caught my eye along with the gorgeous coloring by Debbie Olson. I am always blown away by the talent in Debbie’s coloring; she is able to add such amazing dimension. Isn’t this card stunning?
This is definitely one of those times you will have fun creating with your copic markers. What a fabulous idea of air brushing and it gives the card such a wonderful effect. Whoever gets this card is going to feel an abundance of love. Be sure to visit Debbie’s blog “Thinking Inking” – you will be so inspired by her wonderful talent!
Applying decals on your wall can sometimes be such a headache, not to mention how they will sometimes be crooked, or bubble and not go on smoothly. Today Jocie will give you instructions on how to apply your fun decals with no fuss.
Decals add so much personality to your walls and also to your projects. Follow the steps to an easier and less stressful way of displaying your decals today by just clicking here. If you are wondering where you can find some decals for your holidays click here and I will take you over to Wallternatives. Enjoy your fun walls this holiday season!
It isn’t too late to get those last few peaches to create a shortcake for a holiday treat. Some of my family members are not too fond of pumpkin desserts, so I always try to make something a little different for them. I came across this recipe and can’t wait to serve it this Thanksgiving.
Not only will this dessert taste wonderful but the appearance will have your family and friend’s mouths watering. Lets pop on over to Lovely Little Kitchen where you will find your recipe. You will want to check out some of Julie’s other recipes. This will become one of your favorite blogs!
Thank you for taking some time out of your busy schedule to visit me today. I hope these projects will inspire you and help with some of your crafting needs. I hope you have a delightful Thanksgiving; enjoy all of your family and friends during this wonderful time of year.