Friday, September 25, 2009

I bet you're all wondering...

who won the blog candy?! I will tell you, but first let's take a peek at some projects. I know, it's torture right? And, don't go peeking ahead either. LOL! We'll start with last week's sketch.

I created this sketch using my Gazelle software.

Check out Jenn's layout...

There's nothing like a beautiful Christmas tree all lit up to kick start your holiday spirit. Jenn used the new Holiday 4x8 alphabet for her title, the Lights Border and Revolution Adornments. It may seem early but I promise, Christmas will be here before we know it!

Our friend Jannie chose a Fall theme for her layout.

Jannie combined the Miss Muffet and Honeybee fonts to create her title and added a bit of Revolution Flower. I just love the pumpkins and visiting the Pumpkin Patch! Don't you?!

Now for a look at Shar's bright and cheery layout...

Shar also used the new Holiday 4x8 alphabet for her title. Then she sprinkled a few Nesting Stars around and topped it off with the Cowboy Hat. Cute, cute.

Ready for the winner? We're almost there! Tammy chose this week's sketch from September's Page Maps.

This is a great multi-photo sketch!

Tammy replaced the large photo corner with a cluster of star embellishments.

She used the Quickutz Nesting Circles to hold her title. Super cute!

Here's Jenn's take on the sketch...

She used the Spellbinders Pinking Circles and Circle Nestabilities to create her journal box. Jenn said the title was created with a retired Sizzix font, but you could easliy cut that font as a TTF using your Silhouette or Gazelle. Great point Jenn, thanks!

How 'bout a peek at Veronica's layout?!

Veronica used the Supermarket alphabet for her title and added the Quickutz Nesting Circles and Revolution Tractor. Some doodled stitches and a few buttons topped her layout off.

Okay, okay. I hear you. Are you ready for the winner now?! My son, Seth, randomly chose the #3 so congratulations to Gemscraps who said "I use the smaller die cut packaging for mixing paints and glues and things like that. I also use the packaging from the border dies to protect my work surface when I'm putting glue or stickles or diamond glaze on some of the smaller die cuts. Makes for easy cleanup." Please email me your address and 2x2 die choice and we'll get it off to you asap! Thanks to all of you for participating and giving such wonderful ideas!

We're so glad you dropped by today! Hopefully you're inspired enough to try this week's sketch. Fall is officially here and temps are slowly starting to drop. Go out and enjoy your weekend and we'll see you right back here Monday morning!



Anonymous said...

Hello Katie, quick Jenn's adornment on her Christmas tree page actually the Boss Kut adornment?

-Crafty Deb

Scrapendipity said...

Congrats, Gem, on your winning recycle idea! Great way to use the empty packaging.

Jenn in MO said...

Hi Deb, No it is a QK Adornment - the die is #REV-0039 - it is an old one but Scrap-Mart still has them in stock. Here is the link:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Jenn, good to know, I thought it was this one:
Very similar, love what you did with it!
-Crafty Deb