I had the distinct pleasure of meeting Diane, the owner of Graphic 45 this past weekend at a retail show in Massachusetts. She is absolutely charming and lovely and we had a nice chat about the era that she captures in her paper line. I definitely consider myself a groupie! Anyway, this is my sneak peek to Spring Fling Week #5 because my cards are all masculine using The Proper Gentlemen collection. You are gonna love them! We have one spot left so get on the phone and call Stampin' & Scrappin' Time to register.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
This week's challenge uses 3 colors of blue/magenta/grey. I just happened to pick up new Bella Blvd. papers (Estate Sale) at the Shoppe last week and thought they fit within the challenge parameters nicely. I also used my new Sizzix Tim Holtz dies that I absolutely love. The scallop border punch is half hidden on the stripe strip to just reveal the scallops and not the little holes. Hope you can play along too at The Play Date Cafe.
Posted by Lyn B at Thursday, March 25, 2010
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Here's another challenge I entered today from The Shabby Tea Room. Click on the site to see what they are all about. If you love shabby, vintage and cottage chic, you'll just have to go there now! The challenge was to use pink, green, cream, red and brown and thanks to Webster's Pages, I was able to pull it together! Not sure if you can see how I created the fountain water with German Glass Glitter (thanks Jenni!). Word and tag are a fab set from Cornish Heritage Farms.
Posted by Lyn B at Sunday, March 21, 2010
Friday, March 19, 2010
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
I'm part of a Tutorial Team on Paper Craft Planet and invite you to take a look at my first project! Let me know how you like it and if you make the flower as a result! Just click on the title to get to the weekly Planet newsletter. Better yet, stop by Stampin' & Scrappin' Time to see the original sample card! Thanks for stopping by!
Posted by Lyn B at Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Friday, March 5, 2010
Not only is this a useful book when finished, the class is very much a technique workshop in deconstructing and re-constructing a 3-ring binder. What you learn on Saturday will be useful for many types of book altering. We will completely re-cover a 3-ring binder and create 12 months of pockets as well as decorate them! So, come on over and join us on March 6th at 11:00. Bring a basic kit including a corner rounder and small stapler. See you Saturday! Call the Shoppe to register: 315-633-5325
Posted by Lyn B at Friday, March 05, 2010