Wednesday, March 28, 2012


I recently was able to play with a super kit called Lazy Day by Sugar Kissed Designs.
Here is a preview of the kit's elements...

Using this kit, I made a wallet sized bank register for my son. He now has
an online bank account and needed a way to keep track of how much money he


And now, I have a gift for you!
It was requested that I make a template available for this so I did.
It is a little different than my original. I didn't want to take away from the hard work that I am sure went into the fabulous elements, shapes, and alpha in the Lazy Day kit.
So... here it is... the preview is linked to the download.
The template is a psd file. If you need it saved a different way let me know and I will see what I can do.
I would love to see what you come up with using this template.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Nana's Sewing Stash

I did another hybrid project. This time it was with Nana's Sewing Stash by LDrag Designs, check out this fabulous kit HERE.
I made these pictures to hang above my sewing table. I really like the style of this kit, it was super fun to play with.

Friday, March 2, 2012


I love to find ways to use all my scrapbooking kits for more than just layouts. I have joined a couple hybrid creative teams. This is a project I did for some of the designers over at Ginger Scraps. I used several kits from the March buffet at Ginger Scraps which you can find HERE.
The parts I used are...
Reading Room Elements by Craft-tastrophic
The Reading Room : papers by Marie H designs
Reading Room Patterns and elements by Sherry Ferguson
Reading Room Element Pack and Papers by Luv Ewe Designs

This is my first try at using Mod Podge. It is definitely not perfect, but turned out pretty good.