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Friday, November 15, 2019

Crash Your Stash - The Outlawz

There were lots of wonderful and creative cards using corner punches! I hope you have decided to bring new life to those punches and use them more in the future! Now let's see what you do with our new Crash Your Stash....Ribbon Slides! 
  Here is what I made for this challenge:
I was looking everywhere for a ribbon slider, but couldn't find any (although I found one after I made this card). I thought using a snowflake as a slider would work, so I put some deco foil on it just to make it shine, and I used my foil quill pen (Silhouette) to make the lettering. I also added a lot of other snowflakes, because it looked "lonely" to me.

Let's take a look at our sponsor now:

Our prize this month is this beautiful digital paper set “Shabby

I hope that you will join us over there for this awesome challenge! And thanks for stopping by!

Blessings, Jeanie Ellis - Scrapbookingmamaw


TaylorMadeCards4U - Santa's Workshop Kit

Hello, fellow crafters! Today I want to share with you a new kit from TaylorMadeCards4U! I absolutely love this kit....Santa's Workshop Passport Kit.

I thought I'd do something a little differently today. I decided to go ahead and make a Mini-Album out of this kit. This little album can be used for memories of a specific Christmas, or just as a decoration. Or maybe Santa needs several of these....

Anyway, here is what I've created:






Talk about fun! Every year, my Dad's job would have a Christmas dinner for all the workers. And they always made sure Santa was there to give out candy and you could tell him what you wanted for Christmas. What a wonderful memory that is for me!

I hope that you will check out the blog and links....and I hope this has inspired you!

Blessings, Jeanie Ellis - Scrapbookingmamaw

Santa's Workshop Mini-Album

I invite you to visit Crafter’s Castle Blog and enter this month’s Challenge at http://crafterscastle.blogspot.com/ This month’s prize is the digital kits from Taylormadecards4u that the design team is working with this month. You will see them in the videos and on Crafter’s Castle challenge blog.
The sponsor is Taylormadecards4u and you can visit her shop here https://www.taylormadecards4u.com/
Here are links to Crafter’s Castle Design Team YouTube channels where you will find more creativity and inspiration!
Janie https://youtu.be/2O8nUr85_VA
Jeanie https://youtu.be/REJMVmkUpsE
Mynn Kitchen https://youtu.be/7nmBYxdQsCY


Call Me Crafty Al https://youtu.be/FGbHyEeuwUI
You can find more from me at.....
The Crafter’s Castle Design Team

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Papercraft Business - To Give as a Gift

Hello once again! I'm so glad you stopped in! I'm here today to share with you another monthly project with Papercraft Business Challenge Blog! This month, our theme is To Give as a Gift! So I made a memo pad with a card, as a stocking stuffer for someone special (no names yet...lol). Here is what I made:


Memo Pad with Card


This was something I learned how to do via YouTube (gotta love YouTube!). Of course, I added my own papers, etc, but the basic plan was from YouTube. The papers are from the Holiday Cheer Paper Collection from Close to My Heart (jeanieellis.closetomyheart.com). I hope that you'll check that out too! 

Now let's take a look at this awesome stamp made by Magnolia:
Edwin with a Stamp

Be sure to check out all the designers projects! We have one pretty awesome team! 

Blessings, Jeanie Ellis - Scrapbookingmamaw

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Crafty Gals Corner - Anything Fall Goes

Hello, crafters! Today begins a new challenge for Crafty Gals Corner Challenge Blog!  And the theme for this month's challenge is ANYTHING GOES! So before we get started, here are our amazing sponsors!






Prize ~ $12 Gift Certificate



   
Colour of Love
Prize ~ 3 Digital Images



Prize ~ $5 Gift Certificate



Prize ~ 2 Digital Images


Such a fun theme to work with! I used a digital called Scarecrow Willie from Digital Delights. So here is what I've done:
Isn't he a fun little guy?? And not really scary to me...he looks like he wants to reach out and hug, rather than scare you. Lol.

I mounted him on several different pieces of cardstock, both designer and plaine. I also used a little pieces of paper twine to act as "straw". He was just so fun to color, too!

I hope that you will join us for this month's challenge! And have fun with it! Thank you for stopping by!

Blessings, Jeanie Ellis - Scrapbookingmamaw


Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Outlawz Color Challenge - Nov 5th, 2019

Hello fellow crafters! We have started a new color challenge over at The Outlawz! We hope that you join us! 
(Please come by each time to check out the challenge as we will have a different 
challenge every fortnight!!
And now for this month's challenge sponsor (one of my very faves to color with), is.....

November Sponsor
This fortnight's challenge is an 
Inspirational Photo chosen by AJ / Art Jypsy
with Caffeinated Colours and Sweets Tones to choose from.

So I went with a piece I had started coloring with the Kit and Clowder Class, using the coffee image. It was perfect for this inspirational piece! I used my Prismacolors to color it. Here it is:


Once I finally finished this piece, I just added some mounting pieces to the card and a sentiment. And she was done! I really love how it turned out, too! I hope that you can join us for this challenge!

Blessings, Jeanie Ellis - Scrapbookingmamaw

Friday, November 1, 2019

It's A Circus!

It's a circus out there! Woot! Who doesn't love a circus? Especially the popcorn and roasted peanuts! So today is a new Project Share for you using a digital kit called Circus Passport Kit.  (TaylorMadeCards4U). Here is what I made: a Circus Explosion Box.



Isn't that a cool way to display circus digital kit? I love the little carousel in the middle. What better way to make use of the explosion box? I always wanted to go to the circus as a child, but never got to do that. The closest I got was the State Fair. But I remember watching them on TV....I thought "What a life that is!" Although I know better now, that it isn't necessarily a glamorous life, it still held some intrigue for me. 

I used my Silhouette Cameo 3 to make this box. There were no instructions to be found anywhere (that I could find anyway), so I had to make do on my own. Lol. Now that I know what to do, the next....if I do another one....will be much easier to understand all the pieces! Haha!

Here is the Promo Sheet for this beautifully designed digital kit:
This kit comes with 4 pages. Believe me, it is such a fun piece to work with! 

I hope that you feel inspired by this project, and that you will check out the rest of the Design Team projects on the TMC4U blog! Thank you for stopping by!

Blessings, Jeanie Ellis - Scrapbookingmamaw