Welcome to another wonderful Saturday here on our Weekly Scrapper blog. I have some real treasures to share with you today. I hope that these will inspire you to jump out of your chair and get started making some fun projects on this fabulous weekend! Enjoy the inspiration, my friends!
For the last few months I have been showing you some great pocket page layouts. Today I want to share the varieties of page protectors. This will give you an idea on how many different types of page protectors are available for you, along with the info on them, all in one spot. A variety of pocket page protectors will give you lots of choices when creating these types of pages; you definitely do not have to stick with just one design.
Come with me over to Scrapmaster’s Paradise where Sami will show you many different styles of pocket page protectors. You will not only learn the different types of pocket pages, but you’ll be inspired by Sami and the information she shares. As you will see, there are tons of different options and configurations when it comes to Project Life® style pocket page protectors. The possibilities for your albums are endless! I hope this will help you when you are creating your pocket page layouts. Have fun scrapping, my friends!
I just love the look of rolled flowers and the way they highlight projects to give beauty, dimension, and character. They create such fabulous embellishments for your cards or layouts. I fell in love with every little detail about this card – the soft colors, the stunning flowers, and the wonderful dimension. This inspiring card was created by Julia Stainton. I can only imagine how this beautiful card will bring a ray of sunshine to brighten anyone’s day!
I would love to have you come with me over to Belle Papier to see more of Julia Stainton’s outstanding and inspiring projects. A big thank you to Julia for sharing her sweet card with us. What a great inspiration!
Don’t you just love the technique of watercoloring? This is a technique that is classic, and yet new at the same time. It never gets old! This is such a fabulous way to add color to your project. Today I would like to share a beautiful card created by the very (very!) talented Melissa Phillips. She will show you how to create your own watercolor shapes to use as backgrounds and focal points on your cards.
I love the fact that this card has such a versatile design. Give it a personal touch by adding a sentiment for the occasion you are using it for. It is so pretty! I can never throw away a handmade card. Can’t you just see this being recycled into a cover of a cute mini album, or even put into a picture frame and then using it as a home décor piece? Click here and you will find step-by-step instructions by Melissa. Be sure and check out Melissa’s other projects – I promise you will be so happy you stopped by her blog at LilyBean Paperie.
After stumbling onto this wonderful blog Confessions Of A Serial Do It Yourselfer I have totally fallen in love with the projects featured! Christy James is one amazing and creative lady who shares such a great variety of outstanding projects. I have to say this is one blog you will want to check out very often, especially if you love to do makeover projects!
Serving trays are quite the rage right now. In addition to using them to serve with, they look wonderful as a décor piece on your table, ottoman, or even your counter top. Make one of your own using the design and color of your choice. Click here and you will find directions from Christy, along with many more of her outstanding projects.
This is one of the easiest treats to make! These ice cream brownie cookies are so delicious you might not be willing to share! Make them for your next party and everyone will beg for the recipe. They taste amazing and are easy to prepare; you will leave everyone wanting more!
Every special occasion needs a special treat. To give them a festive look, you can add chocolate sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, or crushed peanuts to the ice cream. Come with me over to the Lovely Little Kitchen where you will find Julie’s recipe and directions. You are going to love these! 🙂
I hope you have been inspired to give these fun projects a try. I am sure you will have so much fun creating them! Thank you for sharing some of your weekend with me. I am looking forward to having you return next Saturday. Enjoy the rest of your weekend, and have a fabulous week ahead!