Sunday, February 10, 2019

Frozen Yogurt Scrapbook Layout

I was recently up over at the Bella Blvd blog with this Frozen Yogurt Themed layout!

Frozen Yogurt Scrapbook Layout using Bella Blvd
Two years ago I started a journey to get healthier.  I was on a mission to lose weight and shift my eating habits back into a healthier direction.  But as a die hard ice cream fan, I needed a substitute.  Enter, frozen yogurt!  I discovered several varieties that I loved and used that as a healthier substitute as I worked my weight down 50 pounds.  Stories like these are important to capture.  It's important for our families (and us) to know who we were in different moments in time!  So now that I've shared a little background on what this layout means to me, let's take a look at how I created it!
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The layout is made up of papers from the Wish Big collection, mostly the girl side but a little from the boy side too!  I used a cut file to create a giant, fun focal point and then backed it with a variety of bright Bella Blvd colors!  I also worked in lots of Heart Hugs - they are just the best embellishment!
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I decided to make my own DIY embellishments - combining a cut file with a triangle punch to create lots of Frozen Yogurt cones!  All those cute patterned papers made this so much fun!
Let's take a look up close at the whole process in this process video:


Thank you so much for joining me today - I hope you are able to get yourself a little treat today!

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Wish Big Collection - Birthday Girl & Birthday Boy, Heart Hugs - Black & White, Rainy Day, Plaids & Dotty - Cotton Candy

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Friday, January 25, 2019

Plaids & Dotty Bella Blvd Scrapbook Layout

Plaids and Dotty is the perfect collection either as a stand-alone collection or as a complement to other collections.  With simple designs and all the fabulous Bella Blvd colors, it's a tremendous addition to your crafting supplies.  I have already used it in conjunction with other collections but today I wanted to showcase it on it's own, focusing specifically on the plaid side of things!  I was immediately drawn to going down a rainbow path, so I decided to run with that! Let's take a look at what I created!
Plaids & Dotty Rainbow Layout for Bella Blvd by Christine Meyer
One thing that may jump out to you immediately, and makes this collection different, is the different scale on the Plaids.  They aren't all the same, so although they coordinate, you aren't getting all the exact same pattern with just different colors.  This led me to design a little differently as I created this.  I initially thought I'd put everything on straight and have a "quilted" look.  BUT as I was just haphazardly placing the triangles on, I noticed that the different scales lended itself nicely to a little bit of a messier (for lack of a better word) look.  So I took a chance and am so happy I did!
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I also used a cut file to create a big title focal point!
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Backing the cut file with black really made it pop and allowed me to bring in more black throughout the layout - even going with a black cardstock base.
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You can also see I brought in lots of enamel dots that coordinated from the Heart Hugs sets and just placed a few in each color area.
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Finally I brought in lots of black hearts from various Heart Hugs sets.  As I was debating how to embellish and pulled these out, I just knew a row of the black ones would be a great contrast and help to bring in one final touch of black.
Want to see how this whole thing came together? You can check it out in the video below:

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Monday, January 21, 2019

DIY Laundry Wood Pallet Sign

If you are a DIY type of person then the newest products at Clear Scraps are going to become a staple in your crafting!  Between BIG Farmhouse Mascils and all kinds of wood pallets, they've got you covered for creating a variety of pieces.  Today I have a new Laundry Sign to share with you!
DIY Laundry Wood Pallet Sign
This looks like I spent hours on it, but guess what??? I didn't!  This whole thing came together in under an hour (not counting dry time)
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First up I spray painted the Rectangle Medium DIY pallet shape.
Then I used the Laundry Mascil with Distress Oxide inks to add the word Laundry.  This comes from the new Farmhouse 6 X 16 line!
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Finally I added some wood clothespins.  I though I could either use these for socks...or maybe inspirational quotes.  One way or the other, I've got an adorable new farmhouse style addition for my otherwise boring laundry room.  Almost makes me want to go do laundry, almost ;)


Sunday, January 6, 2019

Seasons Givings Hop Winner

Patty K from NE Ohio you are the lucky winner from the HOP!    Email me at paperhousedesignteam@gmail.com and I will get you set up with your prize!

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