Hello my crafty friends! Welcome back to Weekly Scrapper on this beautiful Saturday. I just got back from another wonderful Stamp & Scrapbook Expo show in Marlborough, MA. It was such a fun time for everyone. I was very inspired by so many wonderful ideas and projects, and I’m really excited to share some of those wonderful ideas with you. Since you are here visiting our blog that means that you are ready for some wonderful inspiration and creative therapy. Grab your favorite drink and/or treat, and sit back, relax, and enjoy the inspiring projects I have to share with you today!
This adorable layout was created by Mary Ann Jenkins. Shaker cards are all the rage right now in the world of card making. They are not only interactive and adorable, but they are also so much fun to make. And they are easier to create than you think! Why not take it to the next level and add them onto your scrapbook pages?
Queen & Company have adorable Fruit Basket Shaker kits. You will totally fall in love with these shaker filling pieces. What a perfect way to bring your favorite fruits alive! You will have so much fun creating with these that you won’t know when to stop. Everything coordinates perfectly and their shaker cards and elements are very easy to use. Your imagination will run wild! Let me escort you over to I Rock Paper & Scissors where Mary Ann will show you her techniques to create this adorable layout. Be sure and visit Queen & Company as well so you can check out all the amazing treasures they have to offer. I am sure your mind is spinning with all the fun and different ways you will be using shaker elements! Have fun creating, my sweet friends!
You will love the contrast of the detailed elements and layers on top of these adorable cards created by a Elena Olinevich. Elena used the Cafe Parisian Collection from Graphic 45. There are so many stunning floral papers found in this collection. The best part about these pages is that they are great to fussy cut to create your own embellishments. Flowers add the perfect finishing touch to any beautiful project; you can see how adding a few paper flowers made each card more dimensional.
Paper piecing is such a fun way to combine the paper layers with fussy cut elements. I hope you’ve been inspired to give this technique a try; you will be so glad you did. Take your cards up a level and add some chipboard, stamps, and even some dies to create an absolutely stunning card. Who wouldn’t be smiling from ear to ear when they opened up the mailbox to find this beautiful treasure? So pull out your scissors and start having fun today!
Before we know it, we will start feeling fall in the air, and those summer nights will turn into golden autumn evenings. Why not add a beautiful touch of autumn to your home by adding accents of sunflowers in a beautiful autumn vase. Sunflowers are at their peak in September so now is a great time to bring some into your home.
This unique handmade sunflower vase was created by adhering some thick yarn and a flower-like embellishment to a tin pot. Riikka added some different mediums to her vase to achieve this look. You are probably dying to know exactly how she created such a masterpiece, so please follow me on over to Paperiliitin for step-by-step instructions. Bring beauty to someone special with this handmade sunflower vase. It will make the perfect gift!
This build-your-own pie milkshake can be made with any kind of pie! This is the best way to use up any leftover pie. I know what you’re thinking….leftover pie? Is that such a thing? Maybe not always, hahaha! These are the best way to beat the heat or to just enjoy a yummy Pie Shake. Keep this recipe on hand for when you have an extra pie during the holidays!
Please come with me over to The Gunny Sack where you will find a variety of recipes for different flavors, along with a video with step-by-step directions in making the best pie shakes ever! A big shout out to Tonia Larson for sharing this fun treat with us.
Thank you for stopping by! I always love our creative time together. Enjoy your upcoming week, and I will see you all back here next Saturday and I will have many more fun projects to share.
Hugs to all!