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Sep 26, 2016

Luke 2 with The Project Bin

Hey there...

Ok...this is just about the coolest thing ever.
I am probably late to the game on this one but I figured out how to print a picture and transfer it (color and all) to a Bible page.

If you already know how to do this...quit laughing!

I wanted to use this new stamp from The Project Bin in my Bible.
How adorable to use this particular verse with a Manger scene ?!?


I found the cute Manger scene in the Silhouette Online Store, printed it with my inkjet printer onto wax paper, placed it on my Bible page and rubbed it very gently with an old credit card.
It transferred beautifully!

I added a bit of shading with colored pencils, but the colors came out pretty vibrant, so you could totally skip that step.

I mean stinkin' cute is the Precious Moments Manger with the
stamped sentiment?!?

Imagine Crafts:  StazOn Jet Black & St. Valentine inks
Faber - Castell:  Polychromo Colored pencils
Wax paper
Silhouette Online Store:  Precious Moments Manger

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Sep 25, 2016

Fancy Poinsettias with Memory Box

Hello, hello...

Adorable new goodies from Memory Box on their blog today:

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Sep 22, 2016

Christmas is a State of Mind with The Project Bin


I just can not get enough of this holiday stamp set by The Project Bin:

My all time favorite holiday movie is Miracle on 34th Street, and this stamp set has a few quotes that are just irresistible.

I used a freebie pattern paper download, so what you are seeing as the main card is actually all one layer.'s true!

On the bottom half of the card, I inked the pattern paper with Peacock Feathers distress ink, then flicked some water onto it.
Die cut swirl and Poinsettia.

Sentiment from the Maybe Christmas stamp set was inked with VersaFine Onyx Black ink.

Memory Box:  Elegant Snowflake Flourish
Spellbinders:  Poinsettia
Imagine Crafts:  VersaFine Onyx Black ink
Ranger:  Peacock Feathers distress ink
Tonic Studios:  Glossy White & Apple Green Crystal Drops
Twinklets:  Diamond Dust

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Sep 21, 2016

It's a Washi


Found a couple of challenges to play in...woohoo!!!
Altenew has a photo inspiration this month:
I spy with my little eye... Stripes, Washi tape, Spritz bottle

This card is so simple to make, it probably won't even take you 10 minutes to recreate.

I took a large scrap of White cardstock and just started adding Washi tapes across the paper.
Die cut with Reverse Confetti All Framed Up.

Did the same application of Washi tape for the flowers.
Stamped with StazOn ink and trimmed.

Card base was spritzed with Pear Tart Fireworks in the bottom left 
corner before adding embellies.


Altenew:  Hennah Elements stamp, Persian Motif stamp
Reverse Confetti:  All Framed Up die
Imagine Crafts:  StazOn Jet Black ink, Pear Tart Fireworks
Washi Tapes

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