Creative Chipboard!

I was inspired by the current Method Playground challenge to use chipboard in a creative way. It was a fun challenge. I started out with this chipboard flower. I turned it upside down, and the underside was white. I then inked the edges, doodled the arrows, and made a little pointer wheel :) I cut … [Read more...]

Window Effect

I made this simple layout to showcase the picture and message that I wanted to get across. It would be perfect for a piece of framed art, but I havn't got it into the frame yet.Supplies: transparency (plain, can be purchased at office supply store); picture, cardstock.I used: Making Memories Rub-on … [Read more...]

Make Your Own Patterned Paper

Today, I'm going to show you some patterned paper I made. I made it for the June AGC over at scrapbook.com. It was very simple. You'll need: white cardstock, Colorbox Cat's Eye ink pads in coordinating colors. I chose an olive green, orange, and dark brown to coordinate with my Basic Grey Archaic … [Read more...]

Friday Finds!

For the very first Friday Finds column, I decided to go with the clear album. Thanks, Melissa for her challenge! I, too, have been distantly intrigued by them. I’ve seen as they have become all the rage, but I was skeptical and hadn’t tried one yet. But, when someone suggested it for today, I … [Read more...]

Bracket Journaling Boxes

I have a major thing for brackets these days! So, I decided to start making my own journaling boxes out of them. It ended up being much simpler than I first expected. What you need: paper, a negative bracket die cut image, pen, scissors, and a ruler or journaling line template. For my bracket … [Read more...]