Monday, February 9, 2009

It's Monday already?!

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! The weather here was just gorgeous! What's it like in your neck of the woods?

Let's start this Monday off right! Check out this birthday card from Veronica:

Veronica used the Quickutz Flower and topped them off with some buttons. Then she used the Quickutz Nesting Circles and the Studio Classic font for her title. I love how she used the circle to highlight the birth date!

The next project is a "quick and easy" layout from Brenda.

Brenda used the Bosskut Corner Scroll to adorn each of her corners on the layout. She then used the Quickutz Paisley to make corners for her photo that would coordinate with the background paper. What a beautiful tribute to her Grandmother.

Since Valentine's Day will be here shortly our DT is finalizing some great projects that you could create, even in a short amount of time! Today, Brenda is sharing these great candy jars with us:

Brenda stuffed these jars with some delicious candies then used some Polyshrink, aka Shrinky Dinks, to create some handmade charms! Here's a supply list of item's you'd need to make these jars...

Quickutz Nesting Circles (to put some printed Cardstock/Paper on the top of each lid.
Quickutz Heart (from "love" set)
Quickutz Heart
Bosskut Double Ruffled Heart
BK Eyelet Scalloped Heart
Shrinky Dink Blank Sheets
Jump Rings
Mesh Fabric for bows

Once Brenda had all her supplies she cut her shapes from the shrink plastic and used the markers to color them. Next, she attached the jump rings to each shape. After she stuffed the jars, she adhered the Nesting Circles to the jar lids. She tied the ribbons around the lids and just before she completred the bow, she slipped her charms onto the ribbon. These would make wonderful gifts for co-worker, teacher or a family member. And the best part is, you could make these for any occasion!

Thanks for stoppin' by today! We'll see you back here for our next installment of "With us Wednesday". If you'd like to be featured here on the Scrap-Mart blog email me a photo of your project along with a supply list to I'm just lovin' seeing all the projects from our readers! You guys are serioulsy talented. I hope you have a wonderful start to this week!


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