Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Thursday, June 19, 2014
When I first saw Deena Rutter's cutting files for the Scenic Route line, I knew that I wanted to turn this little camper into a 3D project.
So I've been planning this little project for a few months now. And although I love my silhouette machine dearly, it has been a while since I last used it. So when I sat down to create this little cutie last week, I could not find the power cord for my Silhouette. So after a bit of tears and screaming, I pulled it together and decided to create a tutorial without a cutting machine - GASP! I know, just a bit revolutionary in today's world right? So how to do this without a cutting machine??? Well, it's not as difficult as you might think. You do need a good pair of scissors though...
- I used Deena's Scenic Route Cutting Files Vol. 1, and the Every Little Bit Daydream Paper Pack
- Card Stock - Black, Grey, and Vanilla
- White printer paper
- Craft Scissors,
- Paper Cutter
1. So the first thing I did was to take the jpeg files of this cute little camping trailer, and put them in photoshop to create a photo like below, and then I printed it out on white paper.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
You may know that purple and green is my favourite colour pairing in the world. They were even my wedding colours - almost 10 years ago. When I saw this colour combo that Arielle had put together, I was immediately excited. I just happened to have this adorable photo of my daughter from a few weeks ago, and so once I found this freebie template from Mye De Leon this week, I sat down and whipped up this page in no time.
Don't forget to hop on over to the Colour Q and check out the fabulousless from the Design Team.
To make this page, I used bits and bobs from the following kits...
And this perfect freebie template from Mye De Leon.
Thanks again for stopping by!