I’m so proud to be part of the Shabby Art Boutique Handmade Club’s team! The October 2020 kit has so many fabulous shabby chic Christmas printables, and I incorporated them into my 12×12 scrapbook layouts this week.
This Vintage style is so much fun to work with. I added lots of Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress Ink and Diamond Stickles throughout to really bring all the fussy cut images to life.
I also made a couple darling retro Christmas cards. What a fun week!
Hope these pretty projects have inspired you today. You can find these and lots more handmade goodies in my eBay shop too, so please stop by and say “hi!”
I wanted to create an old, gothic feeling journal, so I decided to tear all my pages (including the main book pages that I bound together with seam binding) instead of cutting them with a paper trimmer.
I loved the illustrations so much that it was easy to let them be the star, so I added only a few embellishments here and there. I did make my own resin pieces for this book, however, and I think they really added a nice touch. I have a YouTube video all about that process too, if you’d like to see just how easy they are to make:
Hope you enjoyed this flip-through blog journey with me today. May it inspire your creativity this week. Please let me know what you think and follow me on Facebook and Instagram for daily crafty goodness!
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This week, I worked with the Pretty Mosaic collection. What an absolute pleasure!
The paper reminds me of those old historic mansions, with crumbling tiles and high ceilings. I felt like I should be wearing an organza gown of some sort and be posing on ancient stairs. It’s so very romantic and cozy.
All my premade layouts are available in my eBay shop too! See something here that speaks to the old castle-lover in you? Stop by my shop and I can send it to you!
Thanks for taking this charming tour with me today. Happy crafting, my friend! xoxo
Using a 6×6 chipboard album from Bo Bunny and a little Mod Podge, I was able to create this darling, nostalgic mini album!
Full tutorial here:
I’m also having a giveaway for this darling album this week. Winner will be selected from my Bella Stitchery Facebook page on Friday, May 1, 2020. To enter, simply comment and tag a friend on the post:
The only thing more fun than making bee-themed scrapbook pages, is being able to use about a billion bee puns. You’ve been warned.
I was buzzin’this week, making cards and layouts using these adorable printables I purchased from Dots Inspiration Shop on Etsy.
I couldn’t BEE-lieve how adorable they were when I printed everything out (seriously, you should have seen my craft table. It was like a field of honeybees in the first warm day of summer, far as the eye could see).
I love this color combo so much too! I can’t BEE-lieve how well it translated from spring to fall with just a change of flowers and background paper.
This last one is probably one of my favorites. I feel like I say that a lot, but honestly I just love working with paper and flowers so much!
I list all my newest scrapbook layouts and greeting cards on eBay and Etsy each Sunday too, so please stop by my shop and check out what’s available. I’m always so happy to give my creations a good home. 🙂
Hope you’ve enjoyed this quick look at my week in paper. Thanks for buzzin’over. I’m going to flutterback to work on some new goodies for next week!
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