Wednesday, April 8, 2009

The chicks are back!

I love the way these nugget boxes came out. I used the template for nugget boxes (2 x 2) found at SCS under "nugget boxes". Then I took piece of clear acetate (aka: overhead projector sheets) and wrapped it around to have it slide out. I used super sticky tape to close. I am going to try to make a few more for my study group tomorrow. Wish me luck!
p.s. I'll stop taking pictures at midnight so my lighting will be better!

Monday, April 6, 2009

Top Note Totes

I am really loving this top note die from Stampin' Up! I made these totes using a small, white lunch bag I picked up at M's. I love SU designer paper! My friends and I had a "craft" night and I wanted to bring them each a little something. We had such a great time- if I remember correctly, I didn't get anything done! Thanks Terri for being a great hostess!

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Rolodex swap

These are one set of the rolodex cards I made for the swap over at SCS. They all have my favorite scriptures. I made another set that I will post later that I made so I can give a full set to my friend Cathy. These were so fun to make, I can't wait until I get all the others back.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Envelope holder card...

I can't remember what they called this "idea"! I used an envelope and cut off 2 inches off. Then I ran the bottom of the envelope through the crimper. It makes it "shrink" a bit so then the top I cut off slips over like a lid. Can't remember who I cased it from over at SCS, but I love the idea. This little bunny came from Hobby Lobby and the carrot I used on the envelope is SOOO old from CTMH. I used some sparkles on my bunny's tummy. I hope you like it!

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

mini purse

Thank you for your kind remarks and emails regarding my mini purse. I will ATTEMPT to give you some directions on how I put it together.

1 piece of cardstock cut 2 1/4 by 2

On the long side- score at 1 inch then again at 1 1/4 inch

On the short side- score 1/4 inch on each side

Cut the two middle scores to create little flaps. You should be able to fold it together and add adhesive to the flaps. I hope that is clear... as mud, right! Here's a pic for all US visual people.

Shoot me an email if you need more details. Let me know what you come up with.

Square cards...

I love using SheetLoad sketches to make cards. You know I have issues and can't just make one card at a time. SheetLoad gives you a sketch and EXACT instructions on how to make multiple cards with the same design. I used March SheetLoad sketch to make these cards. You can download there monthly designs here.