Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Yoda Card

Here is a Yoda card I made for a little boy battling with cancer.

To make the Yoda I used these:
cut two robes = light brown and dark brown
cut light brown robe in half

cut one body in green
punch two wings (ears) in green
draw two black dots on white cardstock and
punch out with hole punch
punch two green with hole punch and cut each in half

cut arms off body and trim to fit in sleeves

Here it is all put together.


Marketplace Train Express

One of the Facebook groups I'm in, Creative Swappers, is having a Last Scrapper Standing Challenge.  Each week we have a sketch that we have to follow along with certain requirements for our layouts.  This is the layout I made for the first weeks challenge.

Friday, October 31, 2014

Leaf Pile

I love scraplift challenges!  It's always so neat to see everyone's different versions.  The Facebook group Yappin' and Scrappin' has a monthly scraplift challenge and this month I decided to participate.  Here is my version:

You can see the original and other versions here.

I'm not sure if I like my tree or not.....but it will have to do.

Little Miss Shira

Last month I won a digi image on the TSC Recipes Facebook page from the talented Tamara van Wijk.  Here is what I created with the image.  My doily needs to be turned a bit so that the bling isn't right up against the picture.  But the adhesive I used for the flowers was super, super, super sticky and by the time I realized my doily needed turned it was too late.  I couldn't get it all to pry up.

The image "No! Buy Your Own!" can be found here.

Saturday, August 30, 2014


 Here is my most recent layout of my son, Avery.

And a few close ups.


Sunday, July 6, 2014

Cowboy Cutie

The last time we went to Tennessee I let Avery wear his cowboy hat and boots.  He looked so cute all dressed up like a little cowboy!
The digi stamp I used can be found here.

This Is Your Pilot Speaking

Last year we took Avery on his very first plane ride.  When we boarded the plane the pilot asked if I had my camera handy.  Then he let Avery sit in the pilot's seat for pictures.  It was such an awesome way to remember his first plane ride.