Thursday, May 26, 2011

Exclusive Kits available only at The Scrapbooking Studio!

Exclusive Sweet Tooth June Kits are about to be released at one place only-The Scrapbooking Studio-located at 1623 5th Avenue, Moline, IL 61265 (309) 736-7242. Call and reserve your kit today! Quantities are limited so don't hesitate. I am showing the card kits here; but there are also layout kits available. These kits are priced to sell! June's kit includes cards appropriate for wedding, anniversaries, thinking of you, and more! All pieces are precut and stamped for you. All you will need to complete these kits are adhesive and cat eye inks.

There are also a few MAY kits left. That doesn't usually happen so you could pick up both kits at once! May's kits have a Mexican theme-and are very unique. Birthday (Feliz Compleanos), Hello (Hola), Thank-You (Gracias), Farewell (Adios), and How's it going? (Que pasa?) are all included in this set of silly Spanish cards. I gave a set to my daughter's teacher (who also teaches Spanish) and she loved them!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Celebrate America in 2011!

Get ready to celebrate your American Heritage with the newest line of papers & stickers from Reminisce. I love their 12x12 sticker sheet containing words, photo corners, borders, journaling tags and more! They've inspired me to create some sparkly cards...

On this card I used the Reminisce glitter paper in blue, silver and a Reminisce Christmas glitter paper for the red, also journaling tag, photo corners, and word stickers from the 12x12 sticker sheet along with some pearl bling in red and blue (of course).

I love pinwheels! Reminisce's double sided papers (the backsides contain famous Washington DC landmarks-perfect for scrapbooking your trip to DC!) worked great to create this pinwheel embelishment held together with a fireworks sticker in the center and a stick pin. I mounted the word sticker onto glitter paper and pop dotted it to the front of the card. I used an Accucut die to create the circle card.

I used Reminisce's stickers, double sided papers, silver glitter paper, and postal twine to create this 11x4.25" card. Accucut dies were used to create the banner pieces.

Reminisce journaling stickers, word stickers, double sided papers, gingham ribbon, Maya Road Bingo piece, Stamping Up star punches, Accucut dies, and Tim Holtz dies were used to create this 5.5x4.25" card on a red Bazzill base.

This final card is actually a party invitation. The border strip around the middle of the card is the "belly band" that holds the flap of the invite in place and also serves as a resting place for the pretty butterfly. Again, Reminisce's sticker sheet saves the day with everything like photo corners, word stickers, and border sticker. I used the Accucut to die cut the butterfly, swirls, and invite.

Celebrate USA! Show your American Spirit with a card.