Friday, March 04, 2016

Here we go!

Well, right or wrong, here we go!  This is my official entry blog post for a contest I am entering.  It was fun to put these projects together, and even if I am not selected, I have some cool things to share with everyone!

First are the required three cards.  All three are fairly quick and easy to create.  The over the top creations are beautiful, but we don't always have the time to spend, so it's nice to know pretty cards can be made quickly!

The next category is to share a scrapbook page.  Again, everyone is so busy that we often have to give up what our creative side wants to do, and spend our time more wisely to create something that will be quick but still tell our story!  The Project Life by Stampin' Up! is the solution!  I love the whole idea of pocket scrappin', so quickly made this page.  This is super and a couple of journaling/filler cards and the page is done!  When I have more time, I can come back and add some additional embellishments if I want, or - most likely - leave it like it is.  My story is told - and it looks nice!

The last category is to share two 3D items.  The first is a fun framed project for Valentines Day.  A frame from the local box store was painted and punched hearts were arranged inside.  Such a fun home decor accent piece, or a gift!

My last project is a gift bag, using our Gift Bag Punch Board.  These are so versatile, and quick to make. They can be used for any occasion, and decorated fancy, or left plain with just a ribbon to close.  

Did you catch the theme with all these projects?  Quick and easy!  

Thanks for stopping by!  While I didn't indicate the various products and colors used in these projects,  I'm happy to answer your specific questions.  Share your thoughts with me!  

Wish me luck!


  1. Woo Hoo!!!! Looks good!!! Good Luck!!!!!!!! - Lisa T.

  2. They all look great! I really like the birthday card!! Best of luck! By the way, welcome back to the blogging world! I missed your posts. If I get my computer running again I'll be back with cards inspired by my wonderful demonstrator.....YOU!