Sunday, December 18, 2011

Lawnscaping Challenge #24

Hey there!
the last Lawnscaping challenge before our 

Can you believe that Lawnscaping
is nearly a year old already?
It's been such a fun and exciting year, 
and I cannot wait for the next!

But I'm getting ahead of myself. ;o)
Back to the current challenge:

Our lovely host for this round is the 
always amazing and inspiring Lawn Fawn

who have generously offered up a
wonderful prize:

A great prize to win, especially since
Lawn Fawn just released a brand-new set,

I got mine in the mail yesterday and 
gosh, is it ever cute!

On to my card.

I decided to add texture with my embellishments,
specifically some fabulous bloomers trim.

It's gorgeous. 
And it's so fluffy and light, it actually 
takes up very little space inside an envelope.

I used some of the sentiments from 
along with Sally's ABCs
and also tucked in some feathers and rhinestones
and added diamond stickles to make it extra fabby. ;o)

Please check out the rest of the design team's
creations and leave them some comment love.
and our wonderful guest designer,

We have loved having Vicky with us!

Don't forget to also stop by the 
for all the details on how to enter.

Have a wonderful day, everybody!
Happy Holidays!

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Seasons Greetings Rudolph

Hey there!
How are you all doing?
Busy, busy, busy?
I know the feeling!

Just wanted to pop in and share 
another holiday card I made recently.

I used a stamp from last year's
My Mind's Eye "I Believe" collection,
pairing it with paper from Basic Grey 
and Memory Box, with a little MS
baker's twine and a snowflake button thrown in.

I hope you enjoyed it!

Have a great day
and Happy Holidays!

Friday, December 9, 2011

Lawnscaping All About Red Blog Hop

Welcome to our second Lawnscaping Blog Hop!
Our theme this round is:

You should have hopped over here from the 
seriously creative Samantha Mann's blog.

If you're just wandering in here, 
or find yourself lost along the way,
be sure to head back to the 
for the entire list of participants.

Oh boy, I can't wait to see all these
pretty, red crafty projects!

Here's a look at mine:

I used Lawn Fawn's Critters In The Snow
Pa-Rum-Pa-Pum-Pum, Bannerific,
and Cozy Christmas, as well as Distress Inks, 
Jillibean Soup paper, and lots of glitter 
to create my little Christmas snow scene.

I hope you enjoy it!

From here you're going to hop on over 
to the talented Danielle's blog,
and be sure to leave a comment at every 
stop along the way.

We've got prizes from Lawn Fawn, 
Mold Muse, and Whisker Graphics to hand out
to three very lucky random commenters!

Have fun hopping and be inspired!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Monday, December 5, 2011

Lawnscaping Challenge #23 + bonus video

Hey there!

This challenge is brought to you by the wonderful

who has generously offered up this fabulous prize:

This round our challenge is all about making
tags or treat bags, which are both perfect for the
holiday gift-giving season.

Here's mine:

I made this cute little mini treat bag
out of -- are you ready for it?
A regular standard-size card envelope!

And it was so easy to do,
I knew I had to share the process,
so I filmed a little how-to video for y'all.
Filled with candy or cookies, these mini treat bags
would be perfect to have on hand for all the little
goodies you need to hand out this holiday season --
teachers, the mailman, the babysitter, kid's classmates,
just about anyone on your gift list.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it!
(Click the far bottom right to watch in HD on YouTube)

Please also stop by the rest of the design team's 
blogs and leave them some comment love 
on their wonderful creations.
and our amazingly talented guest designers:

And don't forget to hop over to the 
for all the details on how to enter.

Have a great day, everybody!

Friday, December 2, 2011

Peace Love Joy

Hello there!
Happy Friday! 
Aren't you so glad it's the weekend?
Oh my goodness, I know I am.
What a week!

Anyway, I hope that you all were able to get your cards in
for the Cards That Care holiday card drive for the elderly.
My boys got involved, and all together we were 
able to mail out 52 cards!

I sure hope they brighten some spirits this Christmas.

I worked right down to the wire, so I actually didn't
even have time to snap photos of most of mine.
I did get a few of the early ones captured though,
and I thought I'd share another with you today.
Made with some scraps leftover from the last card I posted,
and a few additional patterns from the Memory Box Tinsel collection.

Sentiment is by Hero Arts.

Hope you like it!

Have a great day, everybody!


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