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Sweet Shop

Time for a little something different!  I am excited to be apart of a blog hop with Lawn Fawn and Xyron!  Check out details to win some goodies... and of course my project.  So sprinkle the love here and with the rest of the Design Team to be apart of the draw!
This week the Xyron and Lawn Fawn design teams will be sharing gorgeous projects featuring NEW Lawn Fawn releases - AND we're having a GIVEAWAY to celebrate! Just leave a comment on any (or all) of the LF projects we share on our FB page all week long and someone is going to win a $50 prize pack - a $25 LF gift certificate and a Xyron Mega Runner! 

OK the How you Bean? is totally adorable!  The set even has a separate lid stamp.  More possibilities...

I picked this pretty spring paper Perfectly Plaid Rainbow Petite Paperpack.  I do love plaid.  I stamped on the pattern paper and wait for it... fussy cut.  Don't panic, there is a matching die How you Bean- Lawn Cutsfor this stamp set.

All those jelly's stamped and ye…

Bee-lieve

Do you have the Spring Issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine yet?  You'll find this card in the Technique Tasters section page 66-67.  Today I am sharing a full tutorial on how I created the background and layering for Tuesday with the Team.  
Pop by Creative Scrapbooker Magazineto see my full step out tutorial on the blog... HERE!

London

I am sad to see another senseless act of violence in the world.  I feel so sad for all the people who are worried and affected.  
I wanted to show my thoughts are with them and I kept thinking of my London Sights stamp set.... and my new art journal

I was just going to create a tag... but....

I found this metal crown in my stash and used it as a topper for my messy bow.

I inked a distress mixed media tag with blueprint sketch and candied apple spray stain.

I cut the word Strength with the new Sizzix Broadway die with leather paper.

I love the Small Talk words.  Always handy!

I used some texture paste tinted with barn door and hickory smoke re-inker.  The bricked stencil makes a perfect textured background.

The page is coated in white gesso and blended distress crayons.

Thinking of all my friends across the pond.
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A Vintage Journey- All Aboard Country View Challenges- Inspired by Tim Holtz

Passport to the World

The other day a big box of goodies arrived via the big brown truck.  Nothing like Happy Mail.  Some of the goodies packed away was a pile of papers perfect for travel crafting!
Xyron packed a box of stuff you'll be seeing over the coming weeks.  This project is decked out with Teresa Collinspapers, ink and accessories.  The knew right away I wanted to use my Passport Sizzix die.

I cut the passport with chipboard and cut the Wanderlust paper to deck it out.  I sprayed the spine cut with black soot distress spray and dragged Gold Shine ink over it.

I attached all the pattern paper pieces to the chipboard with the Xyron tape.  Inking the edges with black soot distress ink and more Gold Shine for a worn look.

A variety of mini sizzix die cuts... all travel related cut with chipboard and pattern paper.  I ran the chipboard cuts through the create a sticker for the back of the chipboard.  

The paper cuts go through the Creative Station and attach to the chipboard.  In moments the die cu…