Ms. Laura and I catch our flight to sunny Anaheim, CA! We're headed to CHA to find the latest and greatest in the paper crafting industry! I have a quick post for you today before we head out to the airport.
The first thing I'd like to show you is this great altered lunchbox tin from Tammy.
Tammy, like many of us, struggles with the perfect solution for her die storage. To solve her issues, Tammy turned to a simple lunchbox tin. She decorated the outside of the tin with some pretty papers and her Quickutz Label, Banana Split font, and the ever lovely 12" Bead Border. Tammy has her Revolution dies in order inside. What a great, and pretty idea!
Veronica has more birthdays to celebrate so she created this card for the occasion.
Veronica layered some Sassafrass Lass patterned paper and topped it off with the Quickutz Label and Birthday from the Happy Birthday die. I love how she combined the Dymo label with the die cuts! And, her hand drawn border around her patterned paper strips really adds to the detail!
Jenn is really gearing up for some football! Check out what she created!
Aren't they great?! For the first logo, Jenn used the Quickutz 2x2 Sparkle die and the Studio alphabet. For the border, she used the same Sparkle die but switched it up and used the Diesel font. These would look awesome on a scrapbook page...or even a card!
The last project for today is a scrapbook page from Tammy.
Tammy used some yummy Pink Paislee papers and the Quickutz Label, Scallop border, Damask, and Banana Split font to bring her layout together.
We're glad you joined us today and we hope you'll be back this weekend to catch a glimpse of all the great stuff that will soon be available! If you have any questions, comments or you just want to share your projects with us email them to me at Katie@scrap-mart.com. See you back here soon with some awesome views straight from the show floor!