Showing posts from October, 2015

Scents of Home room sprays!

I was recently asked by Pea, who makes these wonderful room scents, to review them for her. I was happy to do so and I'd like to report that they are a hit! I received Vanilla Velvet, Grandma's Kitchen and Candy Cane. I've tried all of them and really love how fragrant they are, and the scent does last quite a long time, in my opinion. I have all of the information below if you'd like to check them out for yourself. And by the way...they are REALLY AFFORDABLE!

Room sprays and tarts are handmade. Using quality ingredients.
Set of 10 tarts $5.00*** kitchen spice scent only***
each room spray is $5.00
Shipping is $6.00 US Priority only
Bundle deal and save 5 sprays and 1 set of tarts $32.00 shipped
or 6 room sprays $32.00 shipped. EACH ARE MADE TO ORDER AFTER PAYMENT IS MADE.

Candy Corn
Spiced Cranberry- Limited
Candy cane
Caramel apple
Grandma's Kitchen
Jack frost- a vanilla mint
Spiced pear

Shake it!

Hello!  I finally got on the bandwagon and started making shaker cards! If you want to see a video about me telling you basically what I'm about to tell you, then head over to my channel.
I picked up these Shake It accessories from Art Attack Supplies, they made my life much easier. Once I figured out how to use them....this required a lot of chit chat with my two besties. For some reason I was trying to make it a LOT harder than it actually was. 

 I also used the new Dear Lizzy paper called "Documentary" which is the cutest paper!

I had a die cut prepared to go, I cut them ahead of time for my convenience, and this one was the correct color so I scored there...a nice little thank you on top with some hemp twine from Lawn Fawn that I picked up at Not2shabbyshop.

Inside the shaker bubble is home made enamel dots and Heidi Swapp acetate stars. I like how this card turned out but I have some pretty fun ideas for more cards. R…

So I started making holiday cards already....

....but those of you that watch my You Tube channel know that I've been prepping for Christmas the ENTIRE year. It's not sneaking up on me again!

I have a range of cards here for the upcoming holiday season that I made using stamps from The Greeting Farm, which has been one of my all time favorite stamp companies for  YEARS. The first cards are more simple. Card bases, strip of paper down the middle, a Spellbinders die cut and Greeting Farm images (Cuddly Thanks and Let it Snow) and some Lawn Fawn stitched snowflakes with glitter paper.

I made a few of these but they were all the same so I just photographed one. I spray painted a corrugated cardboard base and added a layer of die cut snowflake paper. A few layers of paper on the front, more of the Lawn Fawn stitched snowflakes with bling in the center, a variety of flowers that were glitter blasted, and of course the Greeting Farm polar bear image. BAM! Done.

 That polar bear make…

Sharing two layouts and how I make them represent me with silly touches.

Hello everyone!

Today I'm sharing some layouts that I made this week using the Pink Paislee paper stack called "Atlas", along with goodies from my stash. Really random goodies. Lots of them. In this first layout I was documenting my son's football injury. I have lots of layers of that yummy Pink Paislee paper as a base and to back up my photo. From there I just started layering on wood veneer, puffy stickers, My Style Stamps enamel dots, Simple Stories frames and random chipboard pieces and stickers. It's super random but I like it.

In this second layout I was documenting my husband's out of town job last month. Again I used the same Pink Paislee "Atlas" paper that I am obsessing over. I purchased it at Michael's last week and I just can't stop using it. It's going to be one of those stacks that doesn't hang around in my stash for's going to be used up before the end of the year. I'll bet you.

In addition to the P…