Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Growin & Crowin :: My new blog!

After a few requests from friends on Facebook, I have started a blog about happenings on our farm. 
Join me at the blog HERE and follow my page on FACEBOOK to stay up to date!

While I am still scrapbooking and creating in my Project Life album, I am doing most of my creative posts over at the Elle's Studio blog now but I'll do my best to keep things updated here as well!

Thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Happy National Scrapbook Day :: Celebrating with Elle's Studio

Happy National Scrapbook Day, everyone!



This weekend we have a FREE SHIPPING special for orders over $50 (USA and international addresses). Just use coupon code NSD2014 during checkout. If you are paying by Paypal, you’ll enter the code after you finish at the Paypal site and are redirected to our site to finalize your order.
And, then make sure you check out the sale section for some BIG savings, up to 50% off! There is also a limited number of full collection packs available for 30% off, while supplies last. The collection packs include everything from that collection (papers, tags, stamps, wood veneers, etc.). Make sure you read the item description to see everything that’s included. The collection packs available for NSD are: Everyday Moments, Love You More, Cameron, and Penelope.
Check back this afternoon for even more fun!

Plus there's a giveaway on the Elle's Studio blog! Be sure and check it out for your chance to win!

Monday, April 28, 2014

Mixed Media Monday :: Elle's Studio

We are introducing Mixed Media Monday over on the Elle's Studio blog today!
Check out some fun and inspiring techniques!

Here's what I came up with ::

Friday, April 18, 2014

Custom Ombree Letters :: A Tutorial

I recently created a tutorial for My Creative Scrapbook Kit Club. Here's a look into how I created custom ombre letters :: {Go HERE to see the finish project}
I choose 2 mists, a yellow & an orange which are really pretty similiar when watered down.

 I sprayed the mist in a plastic product container (this was actually from the wood veneers also in the Limited Edition kit).

 Using a paint brush I applied a bit of color to the left hand side. Just a small bit to start. I then used straight water and allowed the color to bleed to the left (just like you would with watercoloring).

 As needed I added more color to the left and again worked on fading towards the right until I got just the look I wanted.
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Again, something so simple yet a great way to extend your supplies and get a variation of results based on your color scheme.

 Here I have them all together on my page to create a bold unique title.

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