My resolution in 2016 is to take control of the photos I take! In my head, that means I better start scrapbooking more! Most of my 1000’s of photos are taken on my iPhone and I wasn’t real sure how to get them from my phone to my computer to print them without a lengthy process until now! I learned of a FREE app called FreePrints – there is a catch, they only print 4X6 photos free and only a total of 85 each month and there is a charge for shipping (which still works out less than what I’d pay for my photo processing at Costco) and it saves me a trip to the store!
So, here’s my first layout from our first activity in 2016!
Along with trying to scrapbook more photos means using up my extensive paper stash. This retired Snowhaven paired with a pattern from the current La Vie En Rose made quick work of a pattern from the Cherish How To book. I couldn’t resist including the “frustrated face” of my friend’s husband…she’s not a scrapbooker (gasp) and I seem to ALWAYS be sticking a camera in his face! Now I need to add the journalling and get these pages into page protectors and into an album.
Thanks for stopping by – I hope I’ve inspired you to start getting your pictures scrapped. If you’d like to get started join me on Tuesday from 10 – noon for two hours on uninterrupted scrapbooking at my BRING YOUR OWN PROJECT CLASS. You MUST RSVP as space is limited.
This card base can be found on the While Supplies Last of my webpage, it is a card that gives a little extra wow! You can’t see it well in this picture, but the circle spins in the window…it’s much easier to see in my finished card so let’s get started!
I’ve been playing with some retired papers and this Snowhaven packet is almost new – I think I hoarded it!
I started by cutting strips in different widths at 2 1/2 inches long and then pieced the front of the card. The silver and black shimmer trim added just a tiny bit of glitz! I layered an Art Philosophy cut scalloped circle on the circle in the window and then mounted the sentiment from Double Merry (a new M size stamp) and a couple of banners at the bottom with clear sparkles finishes off the front, but wait there’s more…
The scalloped circle has a back side – it’s like two cards in one. On this side I mounted an Art Philosophy cut snowflake. The awesome part of this card is if you “wind it up” before putting it in the envelope when your recipient gets it they get a little surprise!
These cards are available While Supplies Last in a package of 10 for just $8.95. Get yours before it’s too late!
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I love the Card Workshops on the Go offered by Close to My Heart. Not for the typical reasons, a full color instructional brochure, exclusive stamp set and the assorted embellishments, I get excited for the leftovers!
After cutting the pieces for the 15 card Workshop shown below – once assembled I had so many pieces left over that I’m pretty sure I’ll still have enough by adding some additional white cardstock to come up with at least one layout for Christmas morning (I think I saw some pj’s that are going to match the B & T) and maybe even some extra cards.
Stay tuned to see what I do with the Snowhaven scraps!