Monday, March 30, 2009
Friday, March 27, 2009
I used a 6x6 clear cover and a scallop circle, both from the Build-a-Book Perfectly Shaped program. (I love that you can do so much more than just make mini books with the MOSD shaped pages!)
I covered my shape with strips of paper, then trimmed around the shape with a craft knife. Once I had my shape decorated, I used my ATG to adhere it to the acrylic cover. To make a wall hanging, I used the Crop-a-Dile to punch holes into the acrylic and then set large eyelets into the corners.
My kids get the "bicker bug" sometimes, so this is a wonderful scripture to hang in our school room. It's a reminder for them (and for me) to use our helpful words and not "ugly" words.
I'd love to see how you used MOSD products to scrapbook about YOUR faith. Link your project here by leaving a comment and I'll come and see!
Monday, March 23, 2009
Beverly created this album to put on display in her store. Guess what...samples sell - Wordbooks have been flying out the door! Want to learn more about Beverly's Unique Scrapbooking? Check their web site today!
Want to learn more about carrying MOSD's Expressions Build A Book System in your store? Email us today!
Do you have an eye spy you would like to share with us? Email Ali with pictures!
Friday, March 20, 2009
I used two shades of green alcohol inks to color the front acrylic cover. Then I added my altered art piece to the cover. Each of the 6 Hip 2 Be Squared chipboard pages is a "chapter" heading. I then added 5-6 blank 6x6 sheets of heavy cardstock between each "chapter" for my journaling and artsy musings. I bound the whole thing with my Bind-it-All tool.This is one of the chapter headings - Sketches. Each chapter heading has an altered tag art attached. This is the one I made for the Crop Stop Challenge see how I used the Cuttlebug Embossing Folder on the Grunge Board hinge?!
Monday, March 16, 2009
Friday, March 13, 2009
This project was so hard to photograph, being clear and all. I tried hanging it on the fence, but I kept getting in the reflection! Then I tried putting against the (empty) pot, but got a lot of shadows.
Here it is hanging on our lemon tree! Which is starting to bud!
Thanks for looking.
Friday, March 6, 2009
This perpetual calendar makes an awesome quickie gift! I simply purchased a clipboard at the craft store for under $2 and decorated it with some scrapbook supplies. Then, I attached a 6x6 MOSD Stick-Ons Calendar grid to the back a MOSD 6x6 acrylic sheet (normally sold as mini-album cover sets). I wrote the calendar information on the acrylic with a dry erase marker, and ta da, instant gift. You can even include the marker with your gift! (I did write my days of the week with a Sharpie so they'd not wipe off when you clean the calendar.)
Now, check out these vases!
I purchased the little vases at the Target Dollar spot. They came pre-printed with the words on them, but you could use Rub-ons, MOSD Stick-Ons, or Sharpie markers to add text to plain vases. I then added the circles from the MOSD Stick-Ons Backgrounds set to the vases. And, again, instant decor, or a gift that cost me pennies, and took me about 10 min. to make!
Need a gift for the little girl in your life? Well check out this recycled tin!
Monday, March 2, 2009
We've got some great projects listed here in the archives of the blog--just take a look over at the left and you'll see a listing--