Tag Archives: Friendship

Friendship Is A Sheltering Tree

Whether you are new to scrapbooking or you’ve been scrapbooking for years, you are going to love this adorable layout designed by Arlene. Arlene hosts her own blog Butterfly Kisses and is also one of the very talented members of the Graphic 45 design team. Lots of layering and fun embellishments are what make this adorable layout […]


Friendship Card: I Laughed So Hard

Friends are certainly the joy of life!  Nothing feels better than laughing so hard that tears literally run down your face.  This adorable card really says it all.  Have you told your dear friend lately how much she means to you?  This darling card was created by Debby on the Simon Says Stamp blog.  Be sure to pop […]

Let’s Hang Out

I am happy to share this adorable card designed by the very talented Karin Åkesdotter, author of one of my favorite blogs Peppermint Patty’s Papercraft. Karin used Hero Arts adorable clothes stamps on some magazine paper & stamped the background with their sweet clouds background stamp.  The frame was embossed using kraft cardstock then cut out using dies from Spellbinders (rectangle) and Wplus9 (banner). What […]

Friendship Warms The Heart

With  all the recent snow fall hitting across the country, I thought this winter themed card was perfect for today’s inspiration piece. Who wouldn’t love to receive this heart warming friendship card that I discovered on the I Wanna Build A Memory Blog. Be sure to stop by for a visit. You are sure to […]

Best Friends Forever

Do you have left over alphabets such as Q’s and O’s that rarely get used?  Today’s inspiration shows you how you can cut them in half and create a whole new look.  Shellye McDaniel from Pink Paislee created this darling card using the alphabet letters as her border, and applying them to the edge of the […]

Photo Shoot

I discovered this adorable layout on The Scalloped Edge Blog. I highly recommend paying  Jackie a visit. You will truly be inspired.  It all begins with a single sketch… This is the whole page in its entirety.  Jackie did leave out the element from the sketch for the upper right corner so she didn’t cover any […]