Bucket of Fun

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Oh good morning! I love Sundays! Especially in summer. Well, also because it Scraplift Sunday at Paper Issues.  Today we lifted a lovely layout by Amanda. Here is what I did with it.

Yep. It's pretty much the same. I took some liberty with the title placement, but I liked it the way it was.   I had to laugh a little as I was using Summer Dreams by Echo Park. It's really a very girly leaning collection. Why? Who knows, but summer colors are summer colors, and summer icons are summer icons. They all made it onto this page! Stickers, die cuts, enamel pieces and chipboard all add to the delightfully summeriness on this page.


For several years, we would make the long drive to my Dad's house. The backyard and pool are so inviting. My son loves being out there with everyone. Sometimes he likes the pool, sometimes not. This was definitely a day where he liked the pool. Especially the bucket with the holes in the bottom from Grammy. What's more fun that filling a bucket and watching al the water spill out so you can so it again?

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. Hey over to the shop, get some Summer Dreams or other new goodies for yourself. Use code DEVRA for 20% off your purchase! Join our Facebook group for fun ideas and lots of challenges!


Supplies: PP, stickers, die cuts, chipboard, enamel pieces-Echo Park, mist-Tattered Angels, Heidi Swapp

Beach, Please

Friday, June 23, 2017

Happy Friday to you! It's  Free File Friday at Paper Issues and today's theme revolves around summer! There are so many great summer cut files in the shop right now and the best part is they are all FREE! 

Today I used the Geo Tropical Palm Tree  cut file as the main focus of my page today. I really don't know what I was thinking. I got the idea in my head to sew around the edge of the trees, then sew over the geo cut outs across all the leaves. It was extremely tedious, with some bumps along the way,  but definitely worth it. I backed the trees with the water side of Summer Lights  Paper #9  The ombre is perfect and I love the end result. 

The rest of the page is filled with paper and bits of Pink Paislee Summer Lights that I couldn't wait to use! I mean all the die cut, sticker and chipboard seashells couldn't have been more perfect to lay across the bottom of the tress!


I've had some fun lately digging into older photos. I found several photos from my honeymoon to play with and this one fit the bill for this page. It was our last day in Jamaica, and I was just enjoying some time staring at the ocean.

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. I hope you find some inspiration from my page today. I love my electronic die cut machine and also the colors in the Summer Lights collection. You might too. Head over to the Paper Issues shop to pick some up for yourself. Use my code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase.


Supplies: Cs-American crafts, silhouette, thread-DMC, PP, die cuts, stickers and chipboard-Pink Paislee, mist-Heidi Swapp


Cheers!

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Hey there friends! It's Swag Bag time at Paper Issues! Don't know what a Swag Bag is? Well you should? It's our version of a kit, but it's pint sized and filled with little bits of heavenly, scrappy goodness. If you like to mix and match, this is just he right item for you. You can buy it monthly, or purchase a 6 month subscription. The best part about it, for me is, I can pull pieces from several months and still put a fantastic project together.

For my pages here today, I used several pieces from the May Swag Bag, adding a few embellishments from the Feb kit as well. See what I mean? I stuck to a color theme for this page, which is another thing I love about the bags. There is always a theme, or two in the kit! the last thing I'll say for today is that Swag Bags make it so easy for me to strap. It's all done for me. the paper choosing and cutting is already done for me. I just have to decide how to use it!

I went with a simple shelf design today, cutting a few papers in half to create symmetry, then placing more papers behind the scallop but file . It's a subtle addition of color, as well as a place for the photo to rest. I finished this off with a great title and background papers. Finished in less than an hour!


Ive had fun digging into my stash of older photos. This is the first time my husband met my parents. I I guess wine tasting can take the stress out of that huh? Those shoulder pads have got to go...

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. Head over to the shop to get yourself some Swag! And by that I mean new goodies have arrived from Fancy Pants!  Use my code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase


Supplies: PP-Bella Blvd, Pink Paislee,  Swag Bag, Ohter embellishments-Freckled Fawn, Title-AMerican Crafts

It's OK

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Hello there! I'm so happy to be sharing this page today for the Learning Spaces article at Get It Scrapped.   Homeschooling and creative spaces for children are on the rise. We used the idea of learning spaces as inspiration for the design of our pages. 
I was drawn to the use of neutrals with color. The other thing I noticed was walls were filled with a hodgepodge of items. I took the idea of the walls in the rooms as the main idea of my page. First, the paper I chose is paint brush strokes, like a child's work of art.  I placed several different types of frames on the paper, filling them with a variety of embellishments that pertained to my story.  The result is an organized variety of shape, color and texture to engage the senses, and the viewer. 

My son was so sick he wouldn't leave my side for two days. Most 14 year olds wouldn't be caught cuddling with Mom. I decided that I was ok with him not realizing this social normalcy for someone his age. I took comfort knowing that he knew he needed me.

Supplies: Patterned paper-Shimelle, wood pieces and cork, Freckled Fawn, Shimelle, die cuts, alphas-Shimelle stickers-Shimelle and Freckled Fawn, felt doily-Freckled Fawn, pen and adhesive-EK Success

My Tribe

Monday, June 19, 2017

Hey there and good morning! Today at Paper Issues, we are kicking off part two of our June Issue Friends-Aversary. This is such a great theme for an Issue, but what does it reall mean? Let me give you some ideas to get you started. 

Suggested ideas: There's always a reason to celebrate, so create a project about friendship, wedding, anniversaries, birthdays and more or make a page about your best friend.

There are a  number of pages I could do for this theme! Knowing that my page would come later in the month, I had time to think about my topic. My first thought was to do something from my birthday, which was right before the deadline.  I stuck to that general idea. I narrowed down my choices of photos, then started looking through my stash and cut files. This kinda came together that way.  A photo of my fiends and I at my birthday party. My Tribe for sure. 

I went with PinkFresh Studios Live more and the Your Vibe Attracts your Tribe cut file, which became the title of my page. I honestly couldn't decide what tone I wanted this page to have, serious or silly, so it has a bit of both.  I may have to do this page again, so I can show our other side!


It took a long time, but I have made wonderful friends here. These ladies are my tribe. Or My Squad as my husband calls us. I do not know what I would do without them, and hope I don't have to find out! We eat have our own stuff going on, but somehow we manage to be there for each other, no matter what. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. I have so much going on the next few weeks, I hope you'll come back often. In the mean time, stop by the Paper Issue shop and stock up on all the new goodies that have come in this past week. Pink Paislee Summer Lights, Simple Stories and Pebbles Girl Squad to name just a few. Use my code DEVRA at checkout to receive 20% off your purchase. 



Thanks Dad

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Good morning! Sundays are for Scraplifting at Paper Issues and I chose a fun one for you today from Anna. I liked her design. It's refreshing.


I put my own spin on it by pulling the papers into the center for two reason. Onc, I used my new Stitch Happy swing machine around the edge of the paper. Second, the MME Hey Mister tool chipboard and die cut pieces are rather large. I needed more space to be able to use them. 


When I was about 9, my Dad bought my sister and I a tool kit. It was in a wood box, and all the tools  inside had wood handles, the edges painted blue. He taught us how to use every tool in that box, including how to use a saw on a horse. He said we should know how to use tools and how to fix or make basic things with them. When I moved into an apartment. he bought me that electric drill. One of my nicknames around my house is Tool Time Tina, because I am not afraid to tackle a problem on my own. The toy in the photo is something I made for my son. I fashioned it after something he has at school that he loves. I now have one happy kid. So, thanks Dad. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. You can get some  MME Hey Mister in the Paper Issues shop. It's perfect for those masculine topics. Use my code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase. I hope to see you playing along with us!



They said...

Monday, June 12, 2017

Hello! It's Pinspire Me day at Paper Issues and oh my goodness this months mood board is Ah-Mazing! Just look at those colors! I love everything about this. Well, I love summer, so of course I would. I stared and stared trying to decide which direction to go in. Paint? Beach? Pool?


At the very last minute, I settled on this. The popsicle. It really inspired the story behind the photo. Because of that, didn't want to use a summer themed collection, but I wanted to use color. So, Dear Lizzy Lovely day fit the bill. Color, plus sentiments I could use in a funny way from the stickers and ephemera. I think I'm in a navy phase. It seems fresh to me. So I used the B side of the Bunny Love paper for the background. I kept this really simple so the title and story could be seen. But really, without this mood board, I probably wouldn't have done this page. 


This photo came up in the 'On this Day' reminder in my Facebook feed. I'd forgotten al about it. But yes, everything I wrote that day is true. I took every word and used that as my journaling. So popsicles. They aren't just for kids anymore. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today! I hope you all love this mood board as much as I do. I also hope that when you shop at Paper Issues, you'll use my code DEVRA at checkout so you can get 20% off your purchase. There's so much new stuff! you really should go look!


PP, die cuts, chipboard and stickers- Dear Lizzy, stamped-Hero arts, ink-Colorbox

Aloha

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Good morning! I'm on the Paper Issues blog today for Scraplift Sunday.  This is one of my favorite challenges. Why? I love other people's creativity. I also love that it's easy! The design is already there. 

I grabbed an older photo today because I've been dying to use the tropical side of Amy Tangerine On a Whim,  It was fun to use a bolder background! I actually used both sides of the Ray of Light paper, as the background and one of the paper strips .  I told myself I would find a way to use the giant flower in the ephemera pack and I did! I tucked a few more bits and pieces around the page and called it done. Easy peasy!


This was my first visit to Hawaii. What does one do in Hawaii? Go to a Luau! I was excited to be there and spend time with family. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. Check out the Paper Issues blog to see the original LO and more examples from the team. Then join us in our Facebook group to share what you made!  


Supplies: PP, die cuts, stickers-Amy Tangerine, enamel dots- MME, Freckled Fawn, Studio Calico, flair-A Flair fir Buttons


Say Cheese

Friday, June 9, 2017

Hello there! I feel I have been neglecting my blog this past week. I'm afraid real life had to come before crafting last week. Never fear, I am back today with a layout I created for Free File Friday at Paper Issues. The theme this week is to use any free file in the shop on a project featuring the men in our lives. 

Well, I love our cut files. I can always find one that works with my ideas. Like today. I love this photo. It makes me smile. I scanned my library, finding the Magical cut file. 


The 'smile' was bit obvious, so I skipped over it. The 'say cheese', perfect. I also cut a couple of arrows point towards that photo that is so beautifully framed in the circle. I went digging into my stash for some scraps of Fancy Pants Family & Co. I slipped a few papers behind the photo, scattered some embellishments and called it a day. the cut files and photo are really the star of the page.


Theres nothing better than watching my Dad being Grandpa. He finds ways to play and engage, and always makes him laugh. Now if only we lived closer so we could see each other more often.

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. I hope to see you playing along with our challenges this month. There are so many to choose from. You can find them in our Facebook Group. Remember, you can find our free files in the shop along with so much more. You always get 20% off your purchases when you use my code DEVRA at checkout.



Showered

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Hey there and Happy June! I'm starting the month off by joining the Working Title challenge at Paper Issues. This month our titles are "one little word'. Yep, one word, and it needs to be little. 

Ive been digging through old photos lately. I stumbled on a group from my bridal shower. That led me to the title, "showered' and then the products. I decided on Pink Paislee (PTE) Oh My Heart. Why? Because of the eclectic mix of motifs! I never in a million years thought I'd use the  bowls, the sugar canisters or the handbag chipboard stickers. So I made them the focus of the page. The rest of it is pretty simple. A few strips of paper and a small cluster of puffy stickers at the top.   Done. 


Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. I hope you find some inspiration and join our June challenges. Remember when you shop to use my code DEVRA at checkout for 205 off your purchase!


Supplies: CS-AC, PP, stickers, die cuts-Pink Paislee, bow-Freckled Fawn, alpha-october afternoon, mist-Heidi Swapp

Catchin' Rays

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Hey there! I'm still plugging along and here to share our last challenge for May at Paper Issues,  a Product Spotlight on the new Echo Park collections. 

Oh, I am so ready for summer.  I am not a cold weather person and it's been a really long winter.  I'm just ready for warm weather.  I want to feel the sun and it's warmth everyday.  Summer Dreams  feels like everything I want from summer! The colors, are awesome and I love the new layered stickers This paper is my favorite in the whole collection. Once again, we have a free cut file that coordinates. I used the sun with some of the cardstock stickers. I layered up a few papers and called it a day. Now I'm really ready for summer! 


So if you haven't already, you better get some of this. It's hot. Pun intended. The colors are amazing and its flying out of the shop. Use my code DEVRA at checkout, for 20% off your order  



Supplies:m PP, Stickers, die cuts,  Echo Park, enamel dots-MME, alphas-American Crafts

Rainbows and Unicorns

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Good morning! There are many ways to create eye catching titles. Creating tension with type is what we are talking about at Get It Scrapped today. 

The title of my page, 'life isn't always rainbows and unicorns' is my way of mixing real life with a little bit of trendy humor.  The lowercase, white letters are eye-catching,  and draw the viewer in when set against the black paper. They appear to have a serious feel.  Using the colorful letters over the trendy motifs is equally as impactful, but in a less serious way. I chose a black background for two reasons. First, the colors really popped against it. Second, It's a nod to the story of the page. 


There was a day last summer when everything went wrong. Instead of the fun, outdoor day I had planned, one thing happened after another, and the day spiraled out of control. 

Supples: Cardstock-Paper Accent, Bazzill. Patterned Paper-Lawn Fawn, Doodlebug Design, Stickers-Doodlebug Design, Alphas-Bella Blvd, American Crafts, paint-dylusions, pen-Souffle, chipboard-Freckled Fawn, Die cut-Paper Issues, Silhouette

My Mom & Me

Friday, May 19, 2017

Hey there! I'm back today with a layout for the new Free File Friday challenge at Paper Issues.  We are using the new Mom Life cut file. It's so awesome!

I decided to use one of my baby photos of my Mom and I. Pink Paislee Oh My Heart had the right colors and feel for how I wanted this to look.  I put together the 'my mom' by using both the outline and the inner portion of the letters with  I also used the scallop above and below the main band of the page. From there I filled in around the title with embellishment, including the puffy stickers, die cuts  and chipboard pieces. I wanted a light whimsical feel on the page and that it what I got!


I was 3 weeks old in this photo. I should look to see if I have a similar photo of my children about the same age, That would be a nice comparison. Do any of look alike? Do we have the same pose? I might have to do this!

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. I appreciate you being here with me. I also appreciate new goodies. i know you do too. Head over to the Paper Issues shop to get some Oh My Heart or any other new collections that have arrived. Use my code DEVRA at checkout to receive 20% off your purchase.


Supplies; PP, puffy stickers, die cuts  and chipboard pieces-Pink Paislee Oh My Heart, doily-Freckled Fawn, Mist-Heidi Swapp, silhouette, Mom Life cut file


King of the Lawn

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Good morning! We changed things up a bit this month with the way we do Product Spotlights at Paper Issues.  Our first Product Spotlight this month focuses on the Great Outdoors. Yes! We want you to use product featuring things you can find outside.  Easy right?

So what did I do? I cheated. Just a little. Well, more like I didn't follow directions very well. My photos are of my husband mowing the lawn, so outsides tuff. My product, not so much. So, here's how I'm made this work. I grabbed Fancy Pants Family & Co because it had that cool Our House paper. Houses are outside right? Then I cut the Here With You paper into grass. Grass is outside too! All those funny sentiments that are in the ephemera die cuts and chip board that I could use also. So see, It's outdoorsy after all!


My husband likes to make a big deal out of mowing the lawn. I like to make fun of him for it. Oh if you could hear him. "I mowed the lawn". Good for you honey!

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. I love playing with this collection an you can play with out too. Get it in the Paper Issues shop now for 20% off when you use my code DEVRA at checkout. Be suer to share what you create with us in our Facebook group.


Supplies: CS-American Crafts,  PP, die cuts, chipboard and alphas, Fancy Pants Family & Co






If the Wine Fits...

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Hello again!  We have another new challenge for you today at Paper Issues called  Scrap Soup. This is going to be a fun one! We are giving you some 'ingredients' to use for your project. You can add more to it. The rest is up to you! You can find more information on the blog or in our Facebook group. 



So I layered the 3 4x6 papers behind my photos, setting them on a 'shelf' made up of the 9" and 11" papers.  There are 4 words in the title, or another way to look at it is, there are words in 4 places on the page. I have my 7 embellishments, more than that actually. See its to so hard!

I used a mix of things on my page, but the papers are all Amy Tangerine On a Whim. I knew This is what I would use for these photos. The colors na patterns are bold bright and wonky, but somehow, they seem to work well together! The background didnt look good plain white. Fortunately, there is this Paradise paper. I love small patterns as backgrounds. I love the silliness of the stickers and die cuts.

Again, thanks for stopping by my creative view today. Head over to the store to get some On a Whim or some other new goodies! Save 20% when you use my code DEVRA at checkout! See you again soon!

Supplies: PP, die cuts-Amy Tangerine, flair-Flair for Buttons, stickers-American Crafts, brads-Simple Stories, Basic Grey, MME, wood & acrylic-ColorCast Designs, alpha-American Crafts

Livin' That Mom Life

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Hello and welcome to one of our new challenges at Paper Issues, Add it Up. The idea behind this is we will select products and techniques, then assign them a point value. Each month, there will be a target number to achieve. You will create a project using the products and techniques, until they add up to that target number. Here, I'll show you this months board:


Here is my layout with a 125 ish point value. So lets see:
Stitching-10
stamping-10 (on the wood veneer)
Patterned paper- 5x4 = 20
cut file-5
journaling-5
photo-5
flair-1
wood veneer-4x3 =12
chipboard-3
tags-3other embellies-brads-2x3=6
stickers-2x9=18
enamel dots-1x11=11

So do you get the idea?!?!? This month has a high point target. Next month may have a lower one. So for today, pile on what you are comfortable with or try something new! 

I'm all about sarcasm these days so this Emoji Love by Simple Stories really has my number (see what I did there?) I know there are two camps on the poop emoji, love it or hate it. It is a family inside joke, so I am in the LOVE IT camp. i layered up 3 different papers, using 2 Cool behind the cut file, and OMG as the main background. I cut apart the 3x4 page because, well,  poop emoji ;-). I used all kinds of the embellishments, including brads, stickers, die cuts and chipboard to further enhance the sarcasm. Not sure it was really necessary, but whatever (see I did it again). But seriously, this collection makes me smile, and that's what this hobby is all about right?


Now, don't get me wrong, I love my Mom life. I am privileged to be able to have this life. But the truth is, sometimes I feel like I need a SuperHero cape. Instead, my husband got me this shirt. It says I'm the "poop emoji". Ok, I'll take it. Like I said, inside family joke. But really, somedays I have to just laugh too get through it. If you can't laugh at yourself, why bother. 

So, I'll say it again, thanks for stopping by my creative view today. I hope I've given you a good explanation of this new challenge and a reason to go get some Simple Stories Emoji Love.   Remember, it's 20% off when you use my code DEVRA at checkout. 


Supplies: PP,  brads, stickers, die cuts and chipboard Simple Stories Emoji Love, enamel dots-MME, wood-Freckled Fawn, Studio Calico, ink-Stazon, stamp-Snarky Stamp by Paper Issues, Flair- A Flair for Buttons, silhouette, thread-DMC

Hats On to You

Monday, May 8, 2017

Well hello and good Monday to you! This is week 2 of May challenge reveals at Paper Issues. Today we have the new Pinspire Me mood board. I think it's spectacular.


I was clearly inspired by the blues. How could I not be with the Doodlebug Dragon Tails sitting in front of me! I love the playfulness of this collection. The fact that it's birthday themed made it perfect for these silly birthday photos. And dont go thinking its just for little kids. Nuh uh. 

I started with the idea of the hats and remembered there's a free Birthday cut file in the shop too! To keep things simple after that, I cut and layered 4 papers and photos. The dragons in the die cuts and sticker sheet are really the best. I had to use them! A few little icons from the 12x12 sticker sheet and I was about done. I dont always use the cut apart sheets, but I really liked the way the multi patterns look under the white. 


No matter how old he gets, he lets loose a little on his birthday. It probably helps that his grandparents are a great example of "never act your age". I love them for that. It probably also helps there's a ready made theme when your birthday is Cinco de Mayo,  So, another birthday in the books. This was number 15. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today, It's going to be another busy week so stop back in again soon. Before you do, chock out the new Doodlebug or some of the other new collections. Use my code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase!


Supplies: CS-American Crafts, PP, stickers, die cuts alphas-Doodlebug Designs, cut file-Paper Issues, Silhouette, enamel dots-Doodlebug, Freckled Fawn, paint-Dylusions, Studio Calico

Epic Fail

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Well hello there! I'm so excited to be bringing you Scraplift Sunday on the Paper Issues blog! This is one of my favorite challenges! Why you ask?  First, it's an excuse to scroll endlessly through social media looking at pretty paper craft projects. But really, I don't have to think very hard about how I want to start my next page! That work has already been done for me, but I can still make it my own! Who's with me on that?

So this week, I am truly inspired by this page that Kelly made for our Fancy Pants Product Spotlight last month. I love it. 3 large photos, a great title, embellishments. What's not to love? 


For my page, I also used the Fancy Pants Family & Co. All those die cuts puffy stickerschipboard and tags have the perfect sentiments for my page.  I flipped it on its side, then swapped the title and embellishment placements. 


Here's a closer look at the layered embellishments


They all work together so well!


I'm about at the point of accepting that I will never have that 'perfect' family photo. Be it a selfie, or a professional photo, something, (more like someone) goes wrong. Maybe this will work in my favor. you know. Just when you give top, you get what you want. In the meantime. I will accept that these are the best I can get, and yes, they represent my family, in real life.

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. Im so enjoying all these challenges at paper Issues. They are a great excuse to step away and take some creative time to myself. Now it's your turn. To shop, create and share. Use my code DEVRA at checkout to receive 20% off your purchase. Share with us in our Facebook Group for chances to win great prizes each month.


Supplies: CS-American Crafts ,Fancy Pants Family & Co die cuts puffy stickerschipboard , PP and tags


That's What a Hamburger's All About

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Hey there! It's National Scrapbook Day and it's also Sketchy Saturday at Paper Issues! I love a good sketch with lots of layers. That's exactly what we have for you this month!


I didnt do a whole lot of creative extras with this one. It's pretty great as it is. The new Elle's Studio Live Laugh Love landed at my doorstep recently. We haven't seen much sun this spring, so these colors were a welcome sight! I mixed in a few older pieces I had left in my stash. I really like that the colors are pretty consistent in all the collections.  As usual, I have taken the every day sayings, and applied them into some sort or sarcasm, or other meaning. I guess you can call that a signature of mine.

In N Out Burgers has been a favorite of mine since I was a child.  My Mom took me to the original restaurant where she used to eat. So now, every time I go home for a visit, In N Out is a must!

Thanks so much for having out with me for a bit today. There's still some Live Laugh Love in the shop that you can get for 20% off when you use my code DEVRA at checkout.  Join us in our Facebook group to celebrate National Scrapbook Day and share your projects!


Supplies: PP, die cuts, stickers - Elle's Studio, flair-Feed your craft, alpha-October Afternoon

Baby, You Can Drive

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Good morning! I have my first project for Paper Issues May challenges today. We have a new Working Title! This month's idea is to put your title on a curve. 

I really like the real life and positive sentiments in the PinkFresh Live More collection. I found them to be a nice fit for this page.  I didn't want anything overly themed. It was a happy day for my son. I used some scraps of paper, but really put the focus on the Die Cuts, Puffy Stickers, and sentiment stickers. Because of course the title needed to stand out, I used my WRMK Thickers alignment guide to place the oh so awesome Copper Foil Alpha stickers to create the wave. 


Yep. My son got his driver's license. I don't know what else I want to say about that. How did he grow up so quickly? Well, I hope he likes running errands...

As always, thanks for being here with my creative view. Head over to the Paper Issues shop to grab yourself some PinkFresh, or any of the other new goodies that have recently arrives, such as Echo Park, Carta Bella and Simple Stories. Remember to use my code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase


Supplies: Cardstock-American Crafts, PP< die cuts, stickers, alphas-PinkFresh, wood and acrylic-ColorCast Designs, chip frame-Pink Paislee

Good News!

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Hey there! I'm sppleased to be a continuing member of the Paper Issues Design Team. Please join me in congratulating the new members joining us this term. I'm so excited to be staying on and look forward to creating along side them!  I hope to see you joining all of our challenges in our Paper Issues {Friends & Fans} Facebook Group over these next few months.


There will be several new collections coming in to the Paper Issues store over the next few weeks. You don't want to miss out on new Echo Park, Carta Bella and Pink Paislee. When you shop, you can get 20% off your purchase when you use mu code DEVRA at checkout. Thanks so much for supporting my and my crazy creative view!


 
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