I live in MA with my hubby and we have two children. I have been paper crafting for over twenty years. Hard to believe where the time has gone. Thanks for visiting and leave me a comment to let me know you were here.
Here are some projects that are completed and some that are before quilting is done. I like to take before and after pictures. I love sewing and quilting and love playing with fabric as much as I love playing with paper.
Doodlebug Christmas fabric towels embellished with Doodlebug sequins and buttons.
These are for my quilting guild which I am donating for the Christmas craft fair to help defray the cost of the quilts we make for inpatients at local hospitals.
I can's show some of the other projects I have completed because they are super secret Christmas presents. Be back soon with some more sewing fun.
There is a really sweet woman who works at the quilt store that I frequent and she is my daughter's age and very good to me. Always smiling and happy to see everyone. She loves Halloween so I made this Doodlebug inspired purse for her. I had such fun creating it and filling it with goodies for her. I used a lot of papers from the Ghouls and Goodies line. I am submitting this for the Paper Issues current Halloween challenge
Paper Issues and SRM Stickers are teaming up for a challenge Witchin' You a Happy Halloween. Both sites are having challenges for Halloween projects and I made something using a fun set called Monthly Memories for October from SRM. You can play along with Paper Issues challenge here and the SRM challenge here. You should play along with both as both sites are awesome with amazingly talented ladies. I made a pumpkin with my Silhouette and then made a cute tag using SRM stickers on the tag. Thanks for looking and have a great day.
It's fall here in New England and what better time than now to create a little treat box filled with chocolate and popcorn. Perfect for a movie night snuggled on the couch. I printed the candy bar label on glossy paper to give it a lovely look. The image printed up so perfectly and the label looks so cute on the box. It pulls the whole project together.
I used my Silhouette Cameo to die cut the box, the pumpkin and the leaves to make a holder for my goodies. I was trying to come up with something that looked like the boxes that kids get their popcorn, snack and drink in at the movies. The popcorn is actually a caramel one which also fits nicely with the season.
I am really enjoying playing with theEwe-N-Me Printablesand really hope that you have a moment to check out the store. There are so many ways to use them and I know you will love them.
Here is my DT card for this month's challenge at House of Cards. My son and his fiance are getting married on 10/10/15 so in honor of it being a year until the big day I made her this wedding bouquet card using my Silhouette. So many lovely die cut flowers. I am so excited for the wedding and it was fun to start the countdown to the day in this way.