Razzle Me

Cased from a magazine.  I loved the three themeas i am the Mom to 3 kids & 3 dogs!  this uses the Razzleberry Splash Simply Scrappin’ kit

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Not just for Scrapbboking

A quick 6×6 page and a 6 x 3 card!

Stamps:  Perfectly Penned
Paper: Pinwheels on Parade Simply Scrapping Kit
Ink: Midnight Muse
Accessories: Rhinestones

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More Tea Time

More of the Tea Time Simply Scrappin’ Kit.  I really Love how these pages turned out.

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When I see you Smile

Working with the Tea Time Simply scrapping kit and the Letter it Alphabet set.  I will have a few more pages to show tomorrow as well.  They work GREAT together!

Did you know that the Clear stamp set Letter It ($31.95, #122842)and the Tea Time Simply Scrappin’ Kit ($21.95, #122374) are just over $50.  that means you earn Free Product from the Sale-a-Bration Brochure.


Stamps: Letter it
Paper: Tea Time simply scrapping kit
Ink: Lucky Limeade
Accessories: glimmer brads, incolor designer printed brads, label framelit, early espresso quilted ribbon.

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Some Scrapbooking

A few pages from my last club!  love that I found a way to scrap school pictures!

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SImply Scrappin gift ….part 4 of 5

This was a Mother’s Day and 2 Teachers gifts this year. My Mom got 1 boxed set for Mothers Day (hers is pictured) and 2 lucky teachers got the others. Do you Remember the Secret Garden simply scrappin kit? I hoarded this! So beautiful I could not use it. Finally I had to just give in and use it!

You can get 3 of these box sets out of 1 simply scrappin kits if you are creative with your card decorations and embellishments

Box dimensions are the same as yesterday’s post with the baby onsies. I took a scrap piece of card stock folded it, scored some “wings” and attached to to the box as a divider. I lined the box with matching designer paper to give it a “professional” finish and to hide the seams of the divider.

Stamps: Absolutely fabulous, Short and Sweet

Paper: Groovy Guava (retired), Always artichoke, Secret garden Simply scrappin (retired)

Ink: Artichoke, Guava

Accessories: ribbon, rsvp pen, swiss dots embossing folder

I wish simply Scrappin Class

This is a class we did last week here at my house.  It used the I Wish Simply Scrappin kit.  I added some sentiments, ribbon and glitter.  Lots of fun and a breeze to put together.  I made a few extras as some Teacher gifts.  I hope they like them.  


Stamps:  Various Christmas sentiments

Paper:  I wish simply scrappin kit 

Accessories:  wide oval punch, word window punch, various ribbons to match.  

All supplies are Stampin’ Up!

Let’s Brown bag It-Stampin Up Style

Simply Scrappin’ Paper Bag Album Class

–Each paper bag has a “pocket page” that slips inside.

–There are also card stock pages in between each bag.

–The pages in between the bags and the front and back of each bag

are all decorated with the Simply Scrappin’ kit.

–This album can hold more than 18 pictures of various sizes!

Class fee includes all the needed supplies and half of a Simply Scrappin’ kit of your choice: 

Crew Kids Girl (pink and green) shown in picture

Crew Kids Boy (blue and orange)

        –Summer Days  (green, red & orange tropical)

This class is a pre-order.  RSVP with pre-payment is required by Saturday July 5th 

(This is so I can order supplies and have them shipped from SU in time for the class)

Please join me for a Scrappin Girls Night Out!! 

Thursday, July 17th from 7:30-10 pm 

at Jill’s House

Class Fee: $20 
Stamper’s 10 Club Member Class Fee: $15
Class by Mail: $24.75(includes shipping)
Registration & payment Deadline: Sat. July 5

If you can, please bring your paper trimmer to class!  

PS:  I have to thank to Sharon and Patty (SU demonstrators) for coming up with this great project! 

Birthday party Thank Yous

Here is the prototype. Of course it should match the invitations as see in THIS POST.
Then I woke up- I was not about to hand cut a bazillion pennants and then thread ribbon 8 more times. Don’t get me wrong, these are way cute– I was just out of “production” energy.

This is what the rest of the Thank yous ended up looking like:

They still match the whole set- just a little easier to produce! I skipped the silver cord for the balloons this time around (found on the gift bags HERE) I found a sliver gel pen in my tool bin and hand doodled them!

All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted:

Stamps: Birthday Whimsy, Lots of Thoughts (yes I am putting those SAB sets to good use LOL)
Paper: Creative License Simply Scrappin’ Kit, whisper white
Ink: Wild Wasabi, Pumpkin Pie
Accessories: silver gel pen, 1 3/8 and 1 1/4 inch square punches, non-SU decorative scissors

Birthdays are the Best

These were the treat bags for the Party Attendees.
Inside each bag was a gift card to Target for $5 as a “thanks” for coming to the party. I had a hard time deciding what to give as party favors for 10 year olds. I settled on Target gift cards, but McDonald’s came in a close 2nd!


Stamps: Its your Birthday, Birthday Whimsy, Simple serif mini alphabet and numbers (for the $5)

Paper: Hostess Simply Scrappin’ Kit: Creative License

Ink: pumpkin pie

Accessories: Small and Large star punches, brads, white small bags from LSS, Orange tissue paper, dimensionals, silver cord