Monday, January 25, 2010
Saturday, January 23, 2010
I started with a Perfectly Shaped Circle Scallop from MOSD as the base. The scalloped edge gives another layer of "ruffle" to my project, and the chipboard provides a sturdy base for all the layers.
Now that I have all the layers in place, I can make this a hanging by adding a ribbon hanger at the top, make a few more and create a banner, or attach it to a card base and my decoration becomes a romantic card - reminiscent of those elaborate and gorgeous Valentines our grandparents used to give and receive.
Visit my blog for more photos and instructions on how I put this piece together.
Thanks for taking a look!
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Sunday, January 17, 2010
To finish off the frame I painted the edges with a white paint pen and added my little dashes with a white pen! Very easy and adds such a focal point for my journaling! Love it!!
Thank you so much for stopping by the MOSD blog today and checking out what we have been up to! Make sure to keep checking back to see many more inspirational projects from the DT!
Friday, January 15, 2010
I hope you all have a great weekend!! Don't forget to check out the awesome MOD SQUAD and their blogs and projects. Be sure to check out the MOSD website to see all of the great products there are. Come back again for more creative inspiration!!! Have a great day!
Sunday, January 10, 2010
Saturday, January 9, 2010
I used the intricacy as the background, covered the spinner with the pattern paper cut it out with a craft knife and sanded the edges. I used a circle punch to cut a circle of cardstock and cut a snowman to match the accessories needed wear ie. hat only, hat and mittens, hat-mittens-scarf-boots, ect.. I attached these circles around the spinner so now I can just turn the spinner to the correct snowman and my boys can easily get dressed properly without having to ask me a million times what they need. And to further simplify the winter mess I have hung ribbon and attached film slides labeled with what should hang there. Just add clothes pins or binder clips and hand the accessories in their proper spot! I added stickles and some letters stickers to embellish the sign and there you have a quick organizer! I used a 3M removable hook and hung this inside my closet door!
Now go grab your supplies and simplify your winter accessoies too!
Thanks For Looking!
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Debbie here with today's blog post.
In keeping with all the wintery weather here, I decided to make a mini of my little guy sledding.
I started with a MOSD Cover 2 Cover Mini Flip album.
To achieve the frosty look on the acrylic covers, I used StazOn opaque white ink. Once dry, I added Rock Candy Stickles. Looks like a frosty window, right?
Then I covered the chipboard pages with a variety of Basic Grey winter themed papers, and voila!
Here's hoping you're enjoying your winter weather. Stay warm!
Sunday, January 3, 2010
For my project this month I used two perfectly shaped mini scallop build a book pages and two perfectly shaped pudgy rectangle build a book pages.
First I ran all four pages through my Sizzix Big Kick to emboss them with my Cuddlebug snowflake embossing folder.
Then I overlapped the two perfectly shaped mini scallop build a book pages to my desired length.
Then I changed my mind about the embossed perfectly shaped pudgy rectangle build a book pages and covered them with paper and inked the edges so they would pop off the perfectly shaped mini scallop build a book pages background.
While these pages were drying, I die cut snowflakes and a snowman. I used Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint on the snowman and then randomly sprinkled Magic Scraps Glitter on the snowflakes, snowman and background - of course once I started I couldn't stop and the glitter took over! :) Arrange snowman, snowflakes and letter stickers as desired.
Thanks for stopping by the MOSD blog and hope you and your family are having a wonderful 2010!!