Monthly Archives: November 2012

Sizzix Gingerbread Man Pop-Up!

Here’s a sneak!

Hello Everyone!!!!

Here’s a fun way to alter that Sizzix Bigz circle platform pop-up 3-D die you may have laying around!!! This is such a versatile die and I’ve used mine to create a pop-up Gingerbread Man!!!!

Just click on the picture to see the step-by-step tutorial!

Design Memory Craft, Xyron, and Creative Imaginations: Ómbre Card

Happy Thanksgiving you all!!!

I have an awesome tutorial up on the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft blog showing some cool ómbre coloring techniques!!!! Just click on the picture!

Gobble gobble,

Splitcoaststampers Tutorial: Christmas Tree Treat Holder

Click to view tutorial on Splitcoaststampers.com

Good Morning everyone!

I have a cool tutorial up on Splitcoaststampers.com! Just click on the pic 🙂

Deployment Diaries

The day before he left…

Hello Everyone!

First of all, I want to say thank you for dropping in on me from time to time! I am thankful for all your comments and support!

Right now, my life is in transition. My husband recently deployed to Afghanistan where he will be for the next 9 months! I’ve decided to keep track of my day-to-day ramblings here on my blog under the tab labeled “Deployment Diaries“. Feel free to follow along!

I promise to be nothing short of entertaining 😉 sorta-

Pop ‘N Cuts Hostess Gift Set

Hello There!

The Sizzix Design team is showing everyone how to dress up those Sizzix Pop ‘N Cuts Dies!!! You MUST see everyone’s creations on the blog! It’s amazing to see so much diversity with a single product! Visit the blog HERE!

Today, I have another fun video tutorial for you! In this tutorial I’ll show you how to jazz up those Sizzix Pop ‘N Cuts Die-Cuts using stamping, fun coloring, and unique techniques! All in about 5 minutes too 🙂

Here’s the video:

Here’s the little memo holder I created using the Sizzix Memo Holder Scoreboards XL Die:

To personalize the memo holder, gift caddy, and candle I cut a monogrammed vinyl “H” using my Sizzix eClips and the Ballpark font!

Here’s the card front, which I show you how to design in the video tutorial as well:

I used the following Sizzix Products: Sizzix Pop ‘N Cuts A2 Card Die, Pop ‘N Cuts Thanks Insert, Thanks Sizzlits, Vagabond, eClips & eCAL software

Lawn Fawn Products: Harvest Season Stamp Set, Retro Triple Pack Hemp, Dewey Decimal Paper, Bright Side Paper

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Products: Stampers Big Brush Pen (Nougat), Art Grip Colored Pencils

Thanks for visiting,

Lawn Fawn & Scrapbook Adhesives

Woo-hoo!!!

It’s Lawn Fawn with Scrapbook Adhesives week in the land of the fawn! All week, the design team is sharing creations they made using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.

My creation is a Thank You gift for my Father-in-Law! If you have family stay with you over the holidays, this is a perfect handmade gift for them! It’s compact enough to fit in their carry-on, but large enough to include thank you notes from the kids, photos, and a treat for the road! It could pretty much fit a pack of playing cards. I used the Sizzix Suitcase Scoreboards XL Die with a Sizzix Mini Sizzles Mat Board. I used Copic Markers to color the pumpkins stamped on the kraft cardstock with accents colored in with Faber-Castell Art Grip Pencils.

I used the following Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L-

3D Foam Squares, small: I love how these are pre-cut and SUPER tacky & strong!

DODZ, small: The dispenser for these is PERFECT! It’s not at all messy like other glue dots!

-MyStik Dispenser: The adhesive is SUPER strong, even for my 3D suit-case die! I love how compact it is! Perfect for crafting on-the-go.

I used the following Lawn Fawn products:

Dewey Decimal Collection (the library cards fit perfect in the suitcase die)

So Thankful stamp set

Retro Cord

Bright Side Collection (kraft chevron)

Be sure to check-in at the Lawn Fawn Blog for some other awesome projects!

Thanks for visiting,