Toothfairy Tin

I have made these several times before {HERE} and {HERE}.  This weekend we were babysitting my 6 yo twin niece and nephew and one of them had lost their first tooth this week – so of course we had to make toothfairy tins!  Carrie chose lots of girly pink things while Sam went with some October Afternoon alien paper.  They both picked out everything for their tins and I used stamps from Melanie Muenchinger’s What’s in Your Tin – a retired Gina K set.

The outsides:

And the insides:

I love making these – they are the perfect size to be used for the toothfairy and they are large enough to keep track of easily!

And be sure to check out my Stamps For Sale – I’m sure you need some of them!!  I recently added several new sets to the list, be sure to look for them!

Enjoy!

The Avett Brothers

A few word art lyrics I made for friends……

Bring Your Love to Me

Good to You

Die Then Grow

Happy Birthday!

Just a quick post to share the birthday card I made for Matthew this week.  Manly cards are always a little more difficult for me as they do not lend themselves to flowers and ribbon!  I went with the papers from My Mind’s Eye, sentiment and image from Unity Blossom Stackers, and some washi tape from Michaels.

And be sure to check out my Stamps For Sale – I’m sure you need some of them!!  I recently added several new sets to the list, be sure to look for them!

Enjoy!

Eat, Drink & Be Scary

I made up a few more cards using that Halloween washi tape I picked up and here is one of them!  Really simple layout – though I did get out the embossing powder.  Which is a huge deal for me cause hate all that mess and the little grains and such.  It’s all done on a shimmer cardstock just the make it a little more girly.  (image and sentiment from A Muse)

And be sure to check out my Stamps For Sale – I’m sure you need some of them!!  I recently added several new sets to the list, be sure to look for them!

Enjoy!

RCC86!

Hey everyone!  We are so excited to be starting a new term with most of our amazing designers returning to amaze you with their gorgeous creations!  This month we’re kicking off the beginning of the holiday seasons here in the United States. That being said, if you’re south of the equator, feel free to submit anything for your entry, but be sure to let us know where you live so you’re not disqualified! Now let’s get to this month’s challenge.

For October, let’s see your….

Fall and Halloween creations!

So what prize is up for grabs? How about a Ribbon Carousel?!

Each month we are giving away a Ribbon Carousel to one of our randomly chosen challenge participants! Just a reminder that our Ribbon Carouel Crewmates have divided up into FOUR teams. Each week you will see fresh projects for this months challenge!

There are only three (3) rules you must follow to be eligible for the prize:

  1. You MUST use ribbon, twine, thread, washi tape or anything that comes on a spool on your creation
  2. Your project must be based on the theme of the month.
  3. You must add a NEW project to the inlinkz below and link directly back to your project on your blog or online gallery. (Unfortunately, Trinh would have won last month’s challenge, but she didn’t do a direct link to her blog and I couldn’t find her card!)

Adam (my youngest son) and I picked up some cute Halloween washi tape on sale at Michael’s this past week.  So I was fiddling around it and came up with this.  Super easy, super fast card for one of my niece’s!  I like the flag look on cards – though I have a tough time actually working it out.  One of those situations where I am always my own worst critic!  Oh well – I think she will like it!

Adam wanted to make his own card as well – he added a bit of washi tape, but mostly went with some cute spider embellishments he found.

Stop by The Ribbon Carousel blog for more inspiration and enter your own creation to win a fabulous carousel of your own!!

And be sure to check out my Stamps For Sale – I’m sure you need some of them!!  I recently added several new sets to the list, be sure to look for them!

Enjoy!