Wednesday, December 31, 2008

So what are your plans...

for today? It is New Year's Eve! Me, not much. I will work some then hang out with my family and some friends tonight. I will also be preparing for my retreat this weekend! I've stocked up on some new dies from all the crazy sales Scrap-Mart's been having this week and I'm planning and sketching out my pages. The DT has been crankin' out some great projects so let's take a look at what they've created!

Check out this layout from Jenn!

Jenn used the Quickutz Chemistry 4x8 unicase alpha, Quickutz Moonlight 4x8 Skinimini alpha, Quickutz 2x2 paper clips, and the Quickutz Club Recipe card die. If you missed out on that Club die you can use the Quickutz Cookie Cutter Recipe card set in it's place. This is a great layout and it could be easily "scraplifted."

This next layout comes from Veronica.

She used Sassafrass Lass papers to showcase her "Noisy Brothers" along with the Quickutz Aquarius 4x8 alpha and the retired Abigail alpha. I just love this layout! The layers and the embellishment cluster really bring it to life.

Brenda created this card/invitation using a combination of Quickutz and Boss Kut dies.

Mmm, just the thought of a big 'ole pot of hot soup is making my mouth water. Brenda used the Boss Kut Cameron font, Boss Kut kettle and ladle, Boss Kut Pea Pod, Boss Kut Carrot, Boss Kut Swirly Potato, Boss Kut Swirly Tomato, Quickutz Nesting Squares, and the Quickutz Cookie Cutter Recipe Card Set. Wow! What an awesome card!

Tammy created a mini book for "Just Desserts" using the Quickutz Cookie Cutter Recipe Card set. Check this out:

How cute is that?! She used the Quickutz Rollerskate 4x8 Skinimini alpha for the title on the cover. Take a look at the inside pages:

Tammy left enough room to add photos to go along with her recipes. This would make a fabulous house warming gift!

CraftyDeb has put together another quarter-size reference for us. This time it is for the Boss Kut space dies. These dies are on sale right now in the store in a bundle for an amazingly low price. Look at how cute they are:

CraftyDeb thinks it would make a great "Sorry I spaced out and missed your...birthday, anniversary, etc." or the ever popular "You are out of this world!" card. Do you remember the old playground song..."girls go to Mars to eat more candy bars; boys go to Jupiter to get...well, I'd better stop there. LOL!

I hope you've enjoyed today's post. The DT has even more to show you so be sure to check back here Friday, January 2nd! And remember, if you'd like to share any of your creations you can email them to me at I've received many emails lately full of feedback! Thank you for taking the time to tell us you think we're doing a great job! We appreciate each and every one of you!

Thanks for stoppin' by today!


Sandra said...

Deb thank you for those size comparisons! Those really help.

Keep those card coming - I am more of a card maker than a scrapbooker and I love Brenda's Cards.

Anonymous said...

That rocket is much bigger than I thought - looks great.

Anonymous said...

Love the recipe book!

Jenn in MO said...

Brenda and Deb are bringing me over to the Bosskut side! The computer/cartoon pictures BK shows for the dies don't do them justice. They are fabulous when cut with cardstock so thanks to Brenda and Deb for posting these. I might have to pick up a few of the bundles too!

Anonymous said...

Oh I just had to say that I love my bosskut dies! They have a color picture on the back of the die which is very helpful and if you ever had a chance to meet Mr & Mrs. BK, you would love them, they are the nicest people! I think we should have a BK contest! Love what you did with your BK dies too Brenda!