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Category Archives: “Wild Card” Wednesday
Did you know that we have lots of free classes and tutorials on our forum? I will be using this one to create books for my two girls. The first one I made was for Joshua and that was several … Continue reading
We are not big soda drinkers here, but the kids were willing to help empty some cans for me. My kids really like the Arizona Ice Tea. They have many cool patterns on their cans & they are taller! … Continue reading
Those of you who are members of I2S or regular followers of this blog probably already know the value and versatility of sketches. They can be used “as is” or flipped, rotated, stretched, doubled, etc. to make a single sketch … Continue reading
Chevrons are a popular trend! Why not try to make your own fun chevron? Here’s what I tried. Start with a 12″ x 12″ diagonal stripe paper. I cut 1/2″ strips. I then turned the paper just once and cut more … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but once Spring hits my scrap time seems to be squeezed even more than usual. I have provided you with a quick and simple sketch that will help you get a layout done lickety-split! I … Continue reading
I am so excited to have the opportunity to be the guest blogger today! I am going to share a quick and easy home decor project that can be made with things that you already have and you just might … Continue reading
Thank you so much Stacey for this opportunity. I’ve really enjoyed putting this tutorial together. Just recently I’ve discovered Washi Tape and I am in love! For those of you that don’t know what it is….it’s like paper tape. I … Continue reading
I thought it would be fun to do something a little different for today’s post. I decided to play around with some shrink film (like Shrinky Dinks or Ranger’s Shrink Plastic). You can run this stuff through your die cut … Continue reading
Has your embellishment stash dealt you a bad hand lately? Tired of seeing…and using…the same old bits ‘n pieces on your layouts? Well, it’s time for an overhaul, ladies! The solution to your problem could be waiting for you in … Continue reading