Well I started cleaning my craft room for my crop on Friday night and got going on so many projects I couldn't stop. I made this cork board gift for my Dad from my kids for Father's Day.
I got the board from Target when it was clearanced about a year or so ago ($2 or something)
It says "Memories for Grand PA! I used MM metal accents and ribbon along with some Basic Grey monogram letters. Can't remember where I got the chipboard little letters or birdie. I hooked a little MM green clip on the middle so he can change the photos on the board and the other pics are just up with push pins.
I also made 2 fathers day cards and a card to match the B-day gift below but didn't take pictures of them. But I only got a 2 page layout done for the scrapbooking end of things. I'll have to work on that later.
I decorated these wooden letters for Josh's room. Krystal Hartley has a challenge on Sweet Shoppe so I decide to get his done. I used the digi kit "Mischief and Mayhem" by Heather Roselli at the Sweet Shoppe. I printed out the angel stripe printed paper along with her solid colors -red, blue, yellow and green. I used thin strips of the solid paper and mod podged it to the side of the letters and then mod podged the striped to the front. I used the digi page pebbles and put them on tiny circle tags. I also use the digi tags to hang from the ribbon(American Craft-summer), buttons I think are MM and I used TLC rub on words.
closer view of each letter
I printed out a copy of the cute digi page and made a wall hanging so Nick could give it to Hunter as a gift. Then he signed it with his cute little handwriting.
I made up a bunch of cute Popsicle cards. I got the idea off of 2peas site. Easy to make. I wish I had a summer party that needed invitations. I used my Cricut- Doodlecharms, Prima flowers, brads from MM and doodlebug ribbon. And since every rub on comes with a Popsicle stick I have millions to use.
Here's a gift I made for my friend Amy. I found this cute tin at Target for around $6. It has compartments and is made to hold utensils but would be great to hold scrapbook supplies too.