Sunday, December 27, 2009

Not a Fan of Winter

Though I am not a fan of winter at all...I still wanted my blog to reflect the new season! I hope you like the new design and come back often to see the new digital layouts I have planned! For custom scrapbook information please click the contact me link in my profile!

Friday, December 18, 2009

Photo Gift Tags

I have designed some holiday gift tags and am offering the download for sale. All of these tags created are meant to be downloaded, then you add your own photo to each tag (my photo won't be in your download of course, and tags #3 and #4 are photo free tags) and then save your image as a JPEG and upload it to any photo website and have them be printed out on a 5 X 7 photo. Then you simply cut them out and attach to your gifts! Quick, cute and unique! Pictures start at number #1 and move down to #5 for ordering purposes. Cost listed is price for you to add your own photos and print out as many times as you would like. If you would like me to add your photo to the tags and print them there is an additional $5.00 fee. File will be sent within 24 hours of paypal payment received. Enjoy!





These are no longer available for sale through my blog, if you are interested in this type of item please be sure to visit my Etsy store, you can always request a custom item if you don't see what you are looking for!

Monday, December 14, 2009

Digital Photo Cards

Once I got the hang of this digital scrapping I went a little nuts designing 5 X 7 photo cards for Christmas! I designed 17 different ones! I am sure you have your holiday cards finished and mailed out already, but for next year consider ordering them from me! I am sure I will have many more designs by then ( I am hoping another 50 by next year! and possibly my own store front!) My cost is a $5.00 design fee, you send me your photo(s) and what you want the card to say and I will crop and fit and design the card. Then cost is .50 per card you want printed once you approve your design! Come back next year to get your cards! Oh and if you have a moment please tell me which one you like the most so I know what to focus on creating this coming year!

Digital Christmas Cards

Here are some digital Christmas cards I designed this year. I created them as a 4 X 6 photo and just designed 4 X 5.25. I then had them printed out at Sams club, cut off teh extra strip and mounted to a card! Quick and easy "handmade" cards! Hey I did design them, so what if I didn't hand cute every piece and stamp and tape together's still handmade if you ask me...just more efficiant when you have to make a bunch! Ok so this one isn't a Christmas card, but it was a gift I made for Christmas! I gave a set of cards to my son's music teacher, also made some for my sister (cause she is a music teacher) and I made some for myself (cause I teach music too!)

Monday, November 30, 2009

Available by Mail!

Due to popular demand I am offering my Character Gft card holders as a kit by mail! All pieces will be cut and punched for you and sent in a package with pictures of how to assemble each character! Cost is $20 plus shipping for the set of 4 characters! Please order by December 15th for delivery in time for Christmas. I can accept paypal or a personal check. Just email me to order!

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Christmas Gift Making Event projects

Friday December 4th 4:00pm-10pm
Saturday December 5th 1:00pm-4:00pm
Sunday December 6th 10:00am-4:00pm
You can choose what day and time works best for you and come as you wish. If you would like an estimate of how long your projects may take, just let me know what you would like to do and I can give you an idea!
It's that time of year again. Time for my annual Christmas Gift Making Event! This is my most popular class of the year. Probably because there are close to 20 different projects to choose from all for under $12!!!! So get your list of people you need to give gifts to, and start checking out all the great handmade projects I have for you this year! If you want to view a slideshow of all of the items follow this link. This slideshow contains close up pictures and more detail.

Or scroll through all of the pictures with descriptions right here.
Here is how this event works. Check out all of the different projects I am offering this year. FIgure out exactly what you would like to make and how many of each item and let me know. You don't have to make everything offered, you can make 10 of each thing offered, this class is up to you and what your gift giving needs are. All projects that use designer series paper *may* not use that actual pattern from the pack for very project. I will do my best to use the exact paper pettern in each project, but I need to use the entire pack of paper. The good news is you have 12 choices all in the same color scheme, maybe there is a pattern of paper you like better than what I chose!
You need to RSVP for this class no later than Sunday November 29th. If you RSVP with your payment by Wednesday November 25th, you will get a 10% discount on your total purchase. I must have your payment by the 25th in order to get the discount!
When you come to the event all of your supplies will be cut and ready for you to assemble. You do any stamping and assembly but all the hard work is done for you! Just come and have fun!
The first 2 projects are for those of you who love to give gifts from your kitchen!

Mini Loaf Bread Boxes.

4 different colors and designs to choose from. This box is the perfect size to hold individual mini bread loaves. This would be a great way to give an already homemade gift. Cost is $3 per box.

Mini Treat Boxes

Another gift packaging project for those of you who like to make your own handmade treats. this box is perfect size to give sugar coated nuts, circle pretzels with chocolate in the center, handmade peanut brittle or peppermint bark, or whateven yummy treats you like to make for the holidays! Cost is $3 per box. (treats pictured aren't included, just for show)

Gift Card Holders

Who doesn't give gift cards?? We all love to give and receive gift cards...but sometimes it may feel a little too impersonal. So why not put a little extra effort into your gift cards this year with these adorable gift card holders. I have to admit these are my favorite projects this year! Each one fold open and has a place to insert your gift card, and room to write in a greeting. Why use the cheesy ones at the store when you can give something your recipient will keep long after the gift card is gone! Cost is $4 per character.

Ornaments and matching boxes

Everything about this project is handmade! From the super sparkly ornament all the way down to the hand made box with lid! I am sure you all have made ornaments before, but now you can coordinate by making a matching box too! 4 different color choices to choose from. Cost is $8 each. These boxes were inspired by Monica Weaver.

Matching Note pad, pen and folder set

Here is a great gift for coworkers or teachers. Who couldn't use another place to keep notes? And when it is this cute, who can resist? This project includes the matching folder which holds a notebook with matching topper and a pen tht matches the set as well. You can customize the outside with a name if you would like! Cost is $7 . I only have 11 of these available. First come first serve on this particular project.

Hot Cocoa Mug

Create this adorable hand made mug to hold some yummy treats. Cost for just the mug is $4. Or for $9 you can make the mug and fill it with HOMEMADE hot cocoa mix (it's super yummy we make it every year!) marshmallows and mini candy canes. A complete gift all for only $9! Pattern by Lynn Putt.

Stationary and Chocolate Sets

This is adorable gift set great for anyone on your list. Set includes 4 3 X 3 cards with matching envelopes (perfect for tags and little thank you notes) and 3 matching chocolates (perfect for eating the day you get them!) 4 color options to choose from, 2 Christmas colored and 2 any day styles (stock up now for Mother's Day and upcoming Birthdays!) You can't tell from the photo but the box is handmade and has a clear acetate cover to keep everything nice and secure. Boxes were inspired by Becky Roberts.
Cost is $8 each

Milk Carton Containers

The last project being offered this year is the milk carton container box. You create 4 milk cartons that have a secret trap door on the bottom so they don't have to be taken apart in order to enjoy the goodies you put inside. You also create the box that holds all of them. These are great to fill with those goodies from your kitchen, or large enough to hold a gift card, or make a bath set, put bath salt in one, a mini shower gel in another, little bath oil balls in another, and how about chocolate in the last one? Or use your imagination to fill these containers and make the perfect gift! Cost is $12 each, 2 color choices

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