Monday, September 23, 2013

Birthday Cupcake Card Set

A few months ago a friend and I made a swap for our home business products. From Millan.Net I got a really great little bottle of Frankincense and I made her a big stack of birthday cards. Take a peek!

Inks: Hollyhock, Crystal Blue, Juniper, Spring Iris (retired), Crème Brulee, Chocolate, Cashmere
Papers: Hollyhock, Crystal Blue, Juniper, Spring Iris (retired), Crème Brulee, Chocolate, Cashmere, White Daisy, Black cardstock plus B&T papers from Bella, Notebook, Perfect Day, and Dreamin' Reflections Kits (all retired)
Tools: Artiste Cricut cartridge, paper crimper, Liquid Glass

I wanted her to be able to use them for any age, boy or girl.  And who doesn't like cake on their birthdays? From Millan.Net

Now if you'll excuse me, our school break has started and the boys will be home for 3 weeks!  That means we'll be hitting the pool as much as keep them from the video games as much as possible! From Millan.Net

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Fathers and Sons Campout

Happy Saturday everyone!  This is the first day in quite a while that I don't have some kind of activity scheduled...and it feels great to sit and think for a change.
 From Millan.Net

I have been able to get some more studio scrapping done in the meantime though.  I love that I can leave it and come back when I have some time...and it's all ready for me to pick up where I left off! 

This summer I took lots of photos...lots.  (With a trip to Disneyworld that's to be expected, right?)  But I wasn't the only one in the family to do so.  I think I've pretty much got my boys trained to take a camera where ever they go...and get lots of photos, too!  Back in May, our church had a Father/Son campout.  The boys look forward to it every do I!  I'm sad that I miss out on watching everyone have fun, but I really, really like having the house to myself for a night!  I took the photos Engineer shot and put together a nice layout for the boys to remember.

Studio J: Victory Reflections Kit

I love that every shot had the fire in it!  I don't think that was intentional on his part, but Engineer did me proud.
 From Millan.Net

Have you tried Studio J yet?  Head over to my website and see how easy it is to get started!

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Artbooking with an Attitude

Time for another blog hop from the Stampers with an Attitude team!  From Millan.Net

You may have just come from Melinda's Blog and seen her fantastic Artbooking project.  If not, then welcome to the hop and be sure to click the next blogger on the list after you take a moment and see my fun Halloween Mini-Album!

We made these at the Holiday Stamp Camp this year.  I used the Laughing Lola papers and threw in some Lagoon cardstock to brighten it up a bit.  Take a peek!

It's still some time before Halloween I know, but my 3 guys are always up for some scary photo shoots. From Millan.Net

And this new cartridge makes creating mini-albums so quick and easy!

Now be sure to head over to Vickie's Blog and see what she's created with the Artbooking cartridge!


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