Friday, May 25, 2018

Fun in the Sun Passport Album with Xyron



Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Xyron Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.



Hi Xyron Fans!!!
Are you ready for Summer...Fun in the Sun Time!!!
Today I am sharing not only my Fun in the Sun Passport Mini Album
BUT ALSO...

Xyron Mega Runner
I am giving away  a Xyron Mega Runner!!!!
(Color of prize will vary when sent. Also, the giveaway is for those in the US and Canada!)
WOOT!!! WOOT!!!!
All you need to do is leave a comment on this post! 



Die cut Passport Album for chipboard. Run though Xyron Creative Station using Permanent Adhesive.


Lay adhesive covers on pattern paper. Using Xacto knife remove pattern paper form around pages.


Sand edges with sanding block.


Repeat with inside pages using Xyron Creative Station. 



Add embellishments and journal cards to pages with Xyron Tape Runner using Permanent Adhesive.


Inside Cover 


Page 1


Page 2 and 3


Page 4 and 5


Page 6 and 7



Page 8 and 9


Page 10 and 11 


Page 12


Two Tags 



Decorate front of album with Epherema Card.
Add inside pages to album.


Tie with ribbon to hold into place.


Add metal dragon fly and flowers to front of album.




I hope you are inspired to start creating your Fun in the Sun Mini Albums, layouts, cards, etc using some of your favorite Xyron Products.
REMEMBER...
to enter the contest leave a comment on my blog.
PLEASE...
make sure to check out the Xyron Facebook all week long to see other amazing projects from the Xyron Design Team...Go to each blog for extra chances to win!

Supplies:
Xyron Creative Station and Permanent Adhesive
Xyron Tape Runner and Permanent Adhesive
Xyron 1.5 Sticker Maker
Authentique Summertime Collection
Sizzix Passport Album
Sizzix Little Sizzles Mat Board
May Arts Ribbon
Xacto Knife
Sanding Block

Media Links:


Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Xyron Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Through the Seasons Frame with Graphic 45




“It is a sad day for me…. two years and through two sets of Seasons I have enjoyed and loved every minute of being part of the Graphic 45 Team/Family!!! I will never forget the morning two years ago when I woke up to all the congratulatory post, emails and text! I thought I was dreaming when I saw my name on the Graphic 45 Team list and still keep pinching myself over the opportunity to be able to design for such a fabulous, loving and creative company.  The Graphic 45 designers are all so wonderful and I love the new friendships that I have made with them and with the Graphic 45 community!  I say goodbye to being a Design Team member but I will always consider myself part of their family, so they aren't going to get rid of me easily, lol! It has been an amazing, creative journey and I feel so honored and privileged.  Make sure to follow me as I continue my creative journey and will share my creations with them and you.  Thank you Graphic 45 for such an amazing, creative time!” Pam

“I love taking chipboard and creating frames. My last post for the Graphic 45 Design Team I am going to share an easy chipboard frame. You will need a piece of 11” x 11” and 10” x 10” chipboard to create the “Through the Seasons” Altered Frame. What better way to finish by term with the Graphic 45 team but to celebrate the seasons …they went by quickly and this project will be quick to recreate. “Pam


Cover chipboard with pattern paper to create frame pieces 


 Adhere together. Add border strips from each center to side of smaller chipboard frame. 



Die cut doilies from paper; adhere to top of doilies. Add to top frame.


Fussy cut each season images from pattern paper adhere to each of the doily frames



Continue until four seasons are on frame.









Fussy cut second images from pattern paper; add to top of frames with pop dots.






Supplies:
Graphic 45 12” x 12” Season Paper Pad
Graphic 45 12” x 12” Winter Wonderland Strips and Patterns Pad
Graphic 45 Tag and Clock Die
11” x 11” Chipboard
10” x 10” Chipboard
4 ½” Paper Doilies
Xyron Tape Runner
Xyron Creative Station with Permanent Adhesive
Pop Dots

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Dad...My Heart and Soul Card with Emerald Creek Supplies


I am 
sharing  my  "Dad...My Heart and Soul Card for the Emerald Creek Supplies "Guy Style" Challenge! First, my guys are all a bit on the grungy side, lol. They love working in the yard, messing with cars and tools, hiking, fishing and anything outdoors. So my "Guy Style"  first of all means a salute to all the men in my life. I couldn't help but to create a Dad's  Day Card since it is in June, plus it gives me a chance to play with Emerald Creek's Seth Baked Texture and some a the Vintage Timepiece Stamp. 



Begin by creating your background by stamping the Vintage Timepiece on white card stock using embossing ink. (Mask the top of the timepiece off to just get the watch part.) Apply Baked Texture Dirty Sand; heat set.

Ink embossed paper with distress inks. 


Distress edges of pattern paper, black card stock and embossed paper. Adhere pieces together; adhere to top of card base. 


Emboss die cut pieces with Baked Texture Embossing Powder. 


Distress pattern paper and card stock mats; wrap with twine. Tie into bow. 
Add to top of card with pop dots. a
Place sentiment to top of card front. 


Adhere embossed Umbrella Man to top of card. 


Add embossed Crosshatch piece to bottom of card. 
I hope you are inspired to create a "Guy Style" project and join Emerald Creek Supplies in this months challenge. Don't forget to go to the blog to checkout all the amazing projects from the design team. Pam 


Emerald Creek Supplies:
Baked Texture Ancient Amber
Baked Texture Vintage Beeswax
Baked Texture Deep Sea
Baked Texture Ancient Umber
Baked Texture Chunky Rust
Baked Texture Dirty Sand
Vintage Timepiece Stamp

Other Supplies:
Graphic 45 Botanicabella Pattern Paper
Ranger Distress Ink: Wild Honey, Broken China, Shabby Shutters, Abandoned Coral, Embossing Ink
Sizzix: Crosshatch and Umbrella Man Die
Black and White Card Stock
Brown Twine
Distress Tool
Blending Tool
Embossing Gun
5" x 7" Kraft Card Base


Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Garden Party Invitation with Eileen Inspiration Team

 Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Eileen Hull Inspiration  Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.


Hi to all my Eileen Hull Design Fans!!!
I hope you have enjoyed our month long celebration of "April Showers Bring May Flowers"! 
Eileen Hull Inspiration Team has shared their excitement with  beautiful projects using her fabulous flowers dies.
I hope you have been inspired by them. 
If you missed any just head over to Eileen Blog HERE to see them!!

Today I am sharing my Garden Party Invitation with you!
It is so easy to create using Eileen Dies! 


Die cut 1 of the larger house pocket and 2 of the larger with stitching pocket die!
Stitch the 2 house pocket dies together with your favorite color of embroidery floss.
Adhere together; leave top open to place invitation in. 


Ink edges pf sticker with Colorbox Nutmeg Blend Ink; write "Garden Party" using the Sakura pens.  Ink edges of paper doily; adhere to top along with sticker from collection. 


Die cut Romance Flower from pattern paper; spray with water.
Wad into small balls; dry. 


Open flowers up and layer together with brad.
Ink edges. 


Add prepared flowers to top of pocket. 


Using the Twist and Turn Tool; twist wire for handle. 


Add twisted wire to pocket; twist around dowel to give a curly tail to wire. 


Decorate top of prepared pocket with fussy cut images from Meadow Collection.
Make and add bow to top along with a wire gear. 


Die Spring Leaves from pattern paper; place around flowers. 


Die cut Recipe Card from pattern paper to create invitation.
Write important information and doodles using Sakura pens.


Decorate the top of invitation with border stickers. 


Add small bee to top of invitation with pop dot. 


Insert the invitation into prepared Garden Pocket Flower Pocket and you are ready to start sending out your invitations!
I hope you are inspired to make a few unique invitations this summer or during the holiday seasons. Pam

Supplies:
Sizzix/Eileen Hull House Pocket Die
Sizzix/Eileen Hull Romance FlowerDie
Sizzix/Eileen Hull Spring Leaves Die
Sizzix/Eileen Hull Recipe Card Die
Authentque Meadow Collection
Clear Scrap Colorbox Nutmeg Blend
Sakura Pens: .005 and 1 Calligraphy 
Metal Brads and Small Gear
Brown Twine
Twist and Style Tool
Wire
Dowel
Pop Dots
Xyron Creative Station

 Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Eileen Hull Inspiration  Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.