Hey there! Robin here with a layout design featuring Catalina Island by Quick Quotes. I have been waiting for the right paper collection to scrapbook our beach trip last month to Florida. This paper collection is perfect!
The new Quick Quotes papers are beautiful and the new inks are awesome! I inked the edges of everything using Sunset and Sky Blue inks. The metal flower embellishments from Quick Quotes are great. I love them all. The chipboard die cut is also from the Catalina Island collection.
I hope you enjoy my layout. I appreciate you stopping by to check it out. Happy Scrapping!
Quick Quotes Products:
Catalina Island Chipboard Die cuts
Unique Rustic Patina Metal Embellishments
Catalina Island 300 Design Paper
Catalina Island 400 Design Paper
Sunset PowderPuff Chalking Inks
Sky Blue PowderPuff Chalking Inks
Other Supplies Used:
This tag was made using Tim Holtz stamps, metal embellishments and distress inks. I was inspired by Pinterest. 🙂
I really enjoyed making this card. I have started using burlap and LOVE IT!!!! I love the colors. It makes me think of Spring and I am ready for that! Have you made anything for springtime yet? Do you use burlap?
Hey. Robin here with a quick and simple card using some of the new Quick Quotes paper and chalking inks.
I find it usually difficult to design a card for a man, but I think this one would work. I used ivory card stock for the base. I then used some of the Gypsy Road design paper. I also tied a black ribbon that I had in my stash already, and used a stamp that I had also. I inked all the edges with Antique Linen and stamped the phrase with Warm Sand.
I love the new inks and papers. They are awesome. I hope you love them too. Thanks for stopping by today!
Quick Quotes products used:
Gypsy Road 300 design paper
Antique Linen Powderpuff Chalking Ink
Warm Sand Powderpuff Chalking Ink
Tim Holtz rubber stamp
I am excited to be joining in on the online crop that starts this evening by Country Craft Creations in Hooper. I will be drawing for a giveaway to one of the subscribers to my blog. Be sure when you visit my blog, to follow it. All followers will be put in a drawing. The prize will be $5.99 towards the purchase of any product(s) from the ScraPerfect store. This is courtesy of ScraPerfect where I am on the design team.
Hi. Robin here with paper chest of drawers that was quick and fun to make.
Supplies I used for this project were a matchbox die, design paper, and The Best Glue Ever! First, I cut the patterns out with the die. Next, I carefully folded the patterns into a matchbox shape, gluing all sides with The Best Glue Ever from ScraPerfect.
After gluing each matchbox and placing into shape, I added brads for the knobs. I made a three drawer chest.
You can use as three separate drawers or glue together as I did for a chest of drawers. You can decorate any way you like. Tiny gifts are really cute to give in these. They can hold candy, jewelry, or whatever small gift you can fit in them. You can see the finished project below.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you like the drawers!