Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Catching Up!

I need to catch up! I've got a few projects from the past couple of months to add. I'll start with some things for Sweet Shoppe Designs:



This is an 8x8 layout made from Dani Mogstad's All You Need is Love kit. All of the papers from the kit were printed out and used to make this (non-digital) layout. I decided to frame this so I used an 8x8 shadow box - here's the framed version:



This next project was a little funky - it's a ribbon jar to hold ribbon scraps. I punched holes in the lid and decorated the front of the jar. I used Zoe Pern's Fun For Me kit. I LOVE this kit - I love all of Zoe's designs!!!

Made a little "mini-album" of sorts. It's like a tri-fold brochure with some of my favorite photos of Katie. I used Christy Lyle's High School Friends: Sweetheart kit. I loved the hanging frames in this kit - they were the inspiration for this idea.


I love the elements in Fee Jardine's Doodie Toodie kit! I thought they would look cute on a black background with a B&W photo so I made this little 6x6 layout. This was so easy - I just printed out the elements, cut them out and attached them!

I found this tin box on clearance (think I paid about a dollar for it). I painted it and decorated the front with the Good Morning Sunshine kit by Eva Kipler. This kit has amazing colors!!! I added some note paper and a pen :)

Now I've got a few things for My Creative Scrapbook. The first project was for the February Mini-Album kit:


Next is the March Mini-Album kit. I loved this kit - it featured the Bloom and Grow papers from My Minds Eye that Zoe Pern designed.



Zoe also has a digital version of this kit at SSD. I used the digital kit to make a pinwheel project that was featured in January's Simply Handmade Magazine.


Next is a "Come In/Do Not Disturb" door sign. Everything in this project is Piggy Tales, including the oval "Sliding Door" - the panel slides back and forth to change from "Come In" to "Do Not Disturb". Isn't that clever?




Lastly, I wanted to add a photo of the latest issue of Paper Crafts Magazine. Why? Well, my cake box is on the cover! This is only the second time I've been on a cover so it was a thrill to get this in the mail. Below are the close-ups of the cake boxes.







I'm feeling caught up now! I'll be back soon though because I have a new mini-album that I made with the April kit from My Creative Scrapbook - this kit is to die for so make sure to check their site the first week of April (around the 5th or so) and I'll post the album I made with it then too. Have a GREAT week!

10 comments:

*katie* said...

I LOVE all of your altered items! So very clever and absolutely darling. When you print the digital papers, do you print them at home? On what kind of paper? And do you have an ink jet or laser jet? Sorry...so many questions!

Karey in OK said...

Love the album!
Do you sale any of your creations?
Really liked your fortune cookies and take out box, too.

HighQueen said...

You are so creative! Congrats on being on the cover of Papercrafts!!

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jules p said...

Super adorable projects. I LOVE each of them.
For the ribbon jar...did you just knot it underneath the lid or can you actually pull the ribbon through the holes? That is simply cute.

Cindyg said...

Hi Jules - Yes, you pull the ribbon through the holes to get what you want. Thanks for the nice comments!!!!!

Maggie said...

hi cindy:
how r u? I've email you several time, but not sure if the addy is correct.
can you please email me at cuttlebugchallenge at gmail dot com.
Thanks
Maggie

Danielle said...

Love every creation of yours, Cindy!! I saw your box on the cover of PC and knew it was yours immediately! CONGRATS!!
Dani

peata said...

gorgeous projects.

making mini albums
mini album blog

Jacquie Williamson said...

Love the ribbon jar. I have been looking and looking for something to do with my ribbons. I'm going to have to steal this idea. Hope you don't mind. Love your blog. You have some really beautiful things here. Great inspiration.