** Welcome! Thanks so much for stoppin' by. This is where I share my luv for papercrafting of varied sorts, making mini albums, designing kits, and sharing my meager talents with the world. Come on in, let's chat while we make and share lots of lovely things together!**
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NEW! Baby Bib Die Cut Mini Album in White (Special Price & FREE Die Cut Set!!)
I have finally purchased the Jumbo Baby Bib Die that I have wanted for such a long time and I am offering die cut sets for sale in The Scraps of My Life Boutique on Zibbet! I am offering them in two different chipboard variations. The regular kraft colored chipboard and the white faced chipboard! Both are in medium weight. And for a limited time I am offering them at a reduced price as well as with a FREE set of Baby Cakes chipboard die cuts!! Hop over to my shop and take a peek!
Have a happy Scrappin' Day!!
Hugz & Luv!
This is the sock monkey I had Lynn of "Handmade Creations by Lynn", to make for my granddaughter. I made a flower for her head and a cute tu-tu for her to wear. I love how she has turned out :o) I think Jasmine will love her too don't ya think?!
This sweet li'l 4x4 mini album is made using Graphic 45's "Once Upon A Spring Time" paper line. Find more detail on this project Here.
This is a special 4x4 mini album I made to sell. Special because I designed a holder for it to sit in with velvet jingle bells for the feet! You will find more about this project HERE.
This is my very first completed Family Recipe Album! The papers are by "Webster's Pages". Although it was a bit of a challenge, I created this stand for it to sit in on my kitchen desk top. I just luv the mason jar tag I created especially for this mini. You will find more details on this project here.
I created the adorable Christmas album below as a gift for my sister. I was so pleased how it turned out for her. I used Basic Grey's Jovial paper line and stickers. It contains some of my own hand drawn designs in it such as the snowman with the red top hat on and the snowman peeking from behind the santa pocket with felt accents on his…
I have for so very long, a few years now, wanted to make a doll house album. I have talked about it, drawn out ideas and designs for it, and mulled over it for quite some time. The only other project that took me this long to pull together was my first Recipe Album!! Yesterday, I decided on a design and today a theme! Two elements one absolutely must possess in order to create any thing at all! I was thinking I should like to have my book designed so that I can have interactive paper dolls in it. I thought that I would design them as well, but as I glanced through an old 2009 desk calendar by Mary Engelbreit, I decided I would try to use the many paper dolls I have in the magazines I have collected of hers over the years instead. I think I have found a suitable paper line as a base to start. So! Onward and upward I go in true Mary Engelbreit fashion!!
Wish me luck!