I was blog surfing one day and I saw this awesome idea to store the ribbon that you get by the yard(please forgive me I can not remember the blog I lifted this from or I would put the original link in) The lady that came up with this is a genius. All you do is wrap the ribbon around an "old fashioned" clothes pin and secure it with a a peralized pin. The lady that originally did this had all of her ribbon divided into clear glass jars, and it looked so pretty. I hope to do that eventually but for now all of them are in a clear storage tub. Let me tell you, I just love this idea. It really helped me to condense all of my ribbon into one place. I didn't realize how much ribbon I had untill I did this, I had enough ribbon to cover about 95 cloths pins
Frankenstein is alive again with this cute card. I found the idea on youtube from a lady Dawn Griffith(find her HERE) I just thought that this was so cute....my step daughters 13th birthday is at the end of october and this will make great invites!
I belong to a design team that my very talented friend renee(here is the link to the Design team page) started. Every month she gives us a sketch and we have to put our spin on it. I am very excited to be apart of this. This month she gave us 2 sketches and we had to make an altered item. I made a paper bag calendar. I was super excited to make this because I got to use my new sewing maching for the stiching around the edges. I am really pleased with how everyting turned out
Hi everyone, since everyone I know has a blog I thought that I would give it a go. Bear with me as I figure all of this out, I hope to have some of my scrapbook pages posted soon!! Till then please visit the design team that I am apart of....you can see some of my work over there