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Giveaway Winner!!

Thanks for your comments on Julie's guest posts last week!! Be sure to keep checking in with her over at Zoe Bean Designs.

The lucky Mirelle giveaway winner is...


Congratulations, Shana! Please send your mailing address to us at seiblog{at}shopsei{dot}com.

If you didn't win this time, don't worry... We have more giveaways coming SOON!!

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DIY Wedding Decor + Paper Flower Tutorial

As a floral artisan one of my favorite things to do was wedding flowers. The beautiful papers from the Promise Me collection instantly made me think of a wedding.



I used glass candle holders embellished them with romance shimmer paper and petticoatdie-cut lace paper. I scattered a few leaves in grey and green velvet and tucked a rose next to the candles.


I also made a simple place card with delicacy and 
romance shimmer paper and added an anemone to the side. I think they would make a statement at any place setting.

I thought I would show you how I make my roses. I used my Cricut and Flower Shoppe cartridge to cut 5 shapes (Fun 4) at 2.5". Any similar shape will work.


I use two 6 petal cuts for the base, 5 petals, 4 petals, 3 petals x 2, 2 petals and a single.


Use a bamboo skewer or something similar to wrap the 2 petal shape into a bud, glue, then add glue to the single petal and wrap it around the bud. Glue the rest of the shapes together so the edges meet.


Use a bamboo skewer or pencil to curl the petals. Then starting with the bud, add a little glue to the end and stack your shapes gluing and alternating the petals as you go.


For a quick project, glue onto a ribbon, add a clip to the back and you have a hair clippie. I also like to use them on gifts instead of a bow..



Happy flower making,
Jules

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Hooray Birthday Card

Pearl here to share a card I recently made for a very special little boy who is turning 1. I cut the number "1" out of a blue Field Notes paper, added adhesive foam spacers to the back, and adhere it to a yellow pattern paper from the Cheery Brights collection. I embellish further with the "Hooray" sticker from the Vanilla Sunshine collection and a few cardboard star stickers. A cute card for a very cute birthday boy.


Pearl

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Thanksgiving Favors + GIVEAWAY!!

I thought that today I would share my favors for Thanksgiving.



I purchased baby pumpkins for each place setting and decorated them with a rose made from Corinne sunshine and a leaf from rose quartz printed card stock. I stamped "Give Thanks" on a tag from Mirelle sundries.



I purchased extra pumpkins to use as my centerpiece as well.


Its my last day at SEI and I want to say thank you. I had a lot of fun. I really enjoyed blogging this week and I hope everyone enjoyed my ideas.

Thanks again,
Jules



Thank YOU, Jules!! You are such a talented lady with impeccable craftsmanship. The flowers you make are seriously amazing. Thank you for taking time to inspire us this week!

Remember to leave a comment on Jules projects throughout the week to show her your thanks... and for more chances to win our GIVEAWAY!! We'll announce the winner Monday!

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Apple Crisp Recipe

Hello again! One of my favorite things about living in New England is fall. The foliage is beautiful and its apple picking time.



My husband's first request is apple crisp. So, I thought I would share our favorite recipe.


Apple Crisp

filling
6-8 apples, we like cortlands
1 tbsp orange juice
2 tbsp sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp grated nutmeg

Peel, core, and slice apples. Combine apples with orange juice, sugar and spices arrange in casserole dish.

topping
3/4 cup flour
1/3 cup sugar
1/3 cup brown sugar, packed
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup quick cooking oatmeal
1 stick butter, softened

Mix all of the topping ingredients (hands are best) until the mixture is crumbly. Spread on top of apples and bake for 45-50 minutes at 350 degrees F. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream

Enjoy,
Jules

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Halloween Party Decor & Costume Awards

I have a couple of Halloween party ideas for today. Now that I have young children in the house, they want decorations for every holiday.



One of my go to types of decorations is a simple shape and I stand it up on a rosette. They are quick and easy and you don't have to glue the shape to the base. Two pieces means easier storage for next year.

I used the Salem Heights collection for the pumpkin and rosette. I cut out an orange pumpkin and backed it with dead man's parlor. I made a mirror image of the pumpkin and background and glued all four cuts together. On one side I cut some triangles and a smile out of midnight velvet and the other side "Trick or Treat".


The rosette is made with spooky town bash. A black bow,a stem and a leaf with the clover velvet and a rose made out of Corinne-sunshine finish it off.

What's a Halloween party without a costume contest? The first thing I thought of were prize ribbons when I saw the SPOOKS dimensional elements.


The stickers are already so cute it didn't take much to make a cute ribbon.


I made a small rosette for the base, glued some ribbon streamers, then added a couple layers of circle cuts and the sticker. Glue a pin on the back and you have perfect prizes for your little monsters. The striped paper is from the Cheery Brights stack and the lattice ribbon is punched from Midnight velvet.

Happy crafting,
Jules

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Guest Blogger, Julie Nagle + GIVEAWAY!!

Please welcome our special guest, Julie Nagle! She is an amazing paper-crafter and party planner extraordinaire. You are going to L-O-V-E the projects and inspiration she will share this week. Check back each day to enter the giveaway. Don't miss a thing!


My name is Julie (a.k.a. - Jules). I am thrilled to be a guest blogger this week. I live in Northern New England with my husband of nine years and our three children, new puppy, and a cat.

I "retired" from being a floral artisan six years ago to stay at home and take care of my beautiful babies.

I became interested in scrap booking when I was pregnant with my daughter. She is now five. I have yet to make a scrapbook page.

After years of hoarding paper and other embellishments I decided that it was time to use some of it. About a year and a half ago I started playing around with creating my own flowers and party decor. My love of fresh flowers has now turned into an obsession of creating paper ones.


I do have a blog for those of you who would like to check it out it is Zoe Bean Design.

I hope my creations will bring a spark of inspiration to your paper-crafting.

Julie

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Halloween Treat Bag

If you're anything like me, you may find that you need a few last minute treats for friends, co-workers or neighbors. The packaging can stay simple and quick, but don't forget to add a special touch by adding a handmade tag.


I used a glassine bag to hold my treats and secured it with some black and white twine. But it's the tag that really sets it off. I started with a plain white tag and added some bits of patterned paper I had lying on my desktop, including a bit of Coverlet from the Mirelle collection and an unexpected addition...a bit of paper from my Silver Valley 6x6 paper pad! Yep, that's right, I used some leftover Christmas paper on my Halloween tag! I thought the silver houndstooth paper would go just great with this project and I love to break out of the traditional orange and black.


A few embellishments were added from the Salem Heights chiplets and I was all set! Now that's one special treat!

Jennifer

Stamps: Papertrey Ink

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Halloween Mini Book Album

Hello, hello! It's Melissa here today with a Halloween mini book made with the new "Salem Heights" Paper pack.


To begin with, I took one of the SEI 4x6 Preservation Series albums and altered it for this project. I covered the pink background with pattern paper and covered the insides of the chipboard covers. I used some washi tape and stitched it down on the front cover and then layered various pattern papers, stickers, & chipboard. I used one of the stickers from the sticker sheet in the collection as part of my title and used the corrugated cardboard numbers for the "2012" part of my title.



The inside pages were super easy to put together. I simply cut out blocks of 4x6 pattern papers and used stickers on them and slipped them in one page of each spread. One side will be for the photo and the other side will have the pattern paper/embellishment. There is also room for any journaling or additional pictures you may want to add.

Thanks again for joining me today!

Melissa

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Gratitude Jar

The time to give thanks is almost upon us and my family likes to give thanks in a special way--by filling a jar with the things we are thankful for and honoring each one on its own day in November. This is the first year my oldest son will participate in the tradition and I'm very excited about that! Over the years some of the things we are thankful for have gotten a little silly, but it has remained a fun way for us to remember the spirit of Thanksgiving throughout the month of November and to honor it.


While this has been a tradition in my family for many years, this year I decided to add some seasonal pizzazz to our jar using papers and accents from the Entrada Collection, a sticker from the Lexington Card Maker Pack and a few leftover buttons.


To make your own Gratitude Jar for your family this Thanksgiving season:

1. Alter an old mason jar or spice jar with your leftover papers and embellies. 2. Use leftover patterned paper scraps to cut 30 strips of paper roughly a half inch wide and three inches long. 3. Divvy your 30 slips of paper up amongst your family members and have them list the different things they are thankful for. 4. Fold them in half and place them inside your decorated jar and place your jar somewhere in your home where you will see it everyday. 5. Come November 1 start pulling out your slips one by one and think of ways that your entire family can honor that which all of you are grateful for.



You can keep things serious or you can have fun with it--whatever feels right for your family. I'll admit that almost every year "I am thankful for chocolate" gets pulled from our jar and this usually means a day filled with chocolate infused meals and snacks beginning with chocolate chip pancakes for breakfast and ending with a chocolate fondue for dessert. It's silly but you'd be surprised how even a day filled with chocolate can help bring a family closer together ;)

Amy

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Thankful Candle Decor

Hey there! I'm here today to share with you a fun and easy gift to give to anyone in your life that you are thankful for. From your mom who buys all her greeting cards from you, to your husband who gave you more than half the office for your crafting space, let this candle let them know that you're grateful and appreciative of them. This is also a perfect gift to give to a new neighbor to welcome them to the neighborhood, just change the sentiment.


This is such a fun and easy gift to make! I was inspired by SEI's new collections, Mirelle and Entrada I die cut two circles from Gems and Albertine Rift and tied natural twine bow around them, adhering it all to the lid. I then stamped a sentiment on a tag from the Mirelle collection's Autumn Potpourri. Do't forget to embellish the tag with some fun paper like, Patanal Grassland and Albertine Rift from Entrada. I inked a leaf from the Homestead collection, and added a jewel leaf sprig for some fun and texture. Clip the tag, leaf and sprig to the twine and voila--you've got the lid covered!


The bottom wrap was just as easy to put together! I cut strips of Patanal Grassland from Entrada and Goblet from Mirelle, inked them and them wrapped them around the candle. The new releases from SEI are perfectly fabulous for combining together. Try it for yourselves!

Emily

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Anticipation Scrapbook Layout

Pearl here to share a layout full of color even if the main photo is in black and white. My photographer, Ben Lau, captured this moment of anticipation just moments before we were married at City Hall. To document this meaningful photo, I used papers from Vanilla Sunshine to frame the photo. I further framed the photo with a beautiful foiled teal brocade paper from Field Notes.


I then used white with silver-trimmed alphabet stickers as the title -- the silver from the alphabet stickers compliments the foiled teal brocade paper really well while the white draws the white from the black and white photo.


To embellish further, I used stickers and tags from the Vanilla Sunshine collection which gives the layout great dimension.


Pearl

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Spooky DIY Notepad

I always like to create an alternative to candy for Halloween, especially for the little trick or treaters. I had a lot of fun with this project and it came together really quickly.


I started with a simple notepad that I covered in Spooky Town paper from the Salem Heights collection. I tied some twine around the cover and added a stamped title by combining a few sentiments. A few "ooglie eyes" were added in the center for an extra spooky effect. A glittered spider from the Salem Heights chiplets topped it off.


And, in case you are wondering about that bone pen...yes, I made it! I used white Model Magic by Crayola and shaped it into a bone as I wrapped it around my pen. I let it dry overnight and aged it with by distress ink pads. It's the perfect spooky touch to finish off this special treat for your favorite trick or treater!

Jennifer

Stamps: Papertrey Ink

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Happy Halloween Layout

I think fall is such a great season! We celebrate Halloween, the fair arrives and also the cooler weather. I think it's one of the slower parts of the year where you can just relax and have fun. For this layout I wanted to use several of the papers from the SEI halloween collection. I used a page from the lexington card pad also because it had an orangey tone to it. A lot of times I don't like to use traditional holiday colors so I'll throw in some others to break them up a bit.


I created a frame here using a scrap template that I had laying around and layered it on top of the other papers for more dimension. I love to stack and layer and place things behind other things. Inside the frame you can see several of the chipboard elements and stickers from the Halloween kit. I just layered as many as I could get in one corner, I think the more the better! The sticker sheet in the kit has some really great stickers that can be used to layer on your layouts or for holiday cards.


As you can see my little guy has on his homemade Darth Vader outfit made by none other than his mom! It's always fun to see them enjoying the holiday! Thanks for stopping by today!

Kim

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Halloween Home Decor Banner

I was so inspired by the new Salem Heights line that I wanted to create more Halloween Home Decor--I just couldn't stop crafting with this collection. Today's project is a banner that could be used in several different ways. You could add ribbon to the sides, and hang it on the wall or a doorknob. You could even prop it up and place it on a bookshelf.


I wanted to create some variety of shapes and sizes so I die cut squares, rectangles and circles from coaster board, which is a thicker base than cardstock. I then die cut coordinating shapes from the Salem Heights patterned paper kit, and adhered it to the chipboard shapes. Then I embellished the banner. Seriously, this was one of the easiest and quickest home decor pieces I have ever made! So simple and fun to make.


To create some dimension on the, "H" I affixed both a chipboard bat and cardstock sticker bat over Hawthorne Hills paper. I tied some black twine around the top of the jack-o-lantern for the "A," and lifted it with some foam tape adhesive. The first "L" is place atop a skull sticker and black and white ribbon trim. I love the way it looks with the Dead Man's Parlor paper.


The second, "L" uses Hawthorne Hills paper with a chipboard bat. Then for the "O" I used Spooky Town Bash and affixed the cat with foam tape and a bow of green twine. I love this cat sticker, especially since the cat isn't looking at us.


I was so happy to see a creepy and big spider web embossed on paper in the kit! I trimmed the paper so that the center of the web is in the corner of the banner panel, and then I added a chipboard spider with foam tape to the web. For the first, "E" I cut out two stars from Spooky Town Bash, threaded some twine through the stars, and adhered them to the Hallows Eve panel with tape. I love the contrast created by the black, purple and orange. For the second, "E" I covered a coaster board panel with Hawthorne Hills paper, and tied ribbon on the ends of the candy piece. I then layered the letter, "E" over the "Trick or Treat" sticker. The "N" is adhered to a skull and crossbones sticker on top of Hawthorne Hills paper.

The Salem Heights collection from SEI is a definite MUST HAVE for Halloween! I keep finding inspiration for making projects with it every time I use it.

Emily

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Unlucky Layout

Have you ever owned a pet whose a bit of a troublemaker and you have to remind yourself from time to time why you love them!?

Well Dragon--appropriately named by my son--is that pet for us. From the moment this cat stepped foot in our home he was trouble--thats right even when he was an adorable little kitten! We've always maintained that our "Dragon" lends serious weight to the theory that black cats are "unlucky." We've lost two computers, a vase, a mirror and even a camera to this wild little kitty. But still we love him...


And even though this is an everyday photo of our cat, I felt like using the Halloween-themed papers and stickers included in the Salem Heights collection added a bit if novelty to my story.

I started out this page by creating a freestyle grid pattern on my page using one inch squares of my favorite patterned papers from the collection and popped them out with foam squares and added a doodled border around each to help them stand out even more.


I combined the Corrugate Cardboard Alpha and the Green Puff Alpha for my title and then created an embellishment cluster above my title using the Salem Heights Sticker Sheet and a scrap of cheesecloth. I placed a block of journaling below my title using one of the journaling stickers from the sheet and then I added a few additional bits of hand-written journaling throughout the page to direct the eye from my photo down to my title and journaling.

Amy

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DIY Halloween Home Decor

Patty here to show you my last SEI Design Team Project. I had so much fun working on projects for this great company. I look forward to seeing what projects the new design team makes for the new year.



Today Im sharing a simple and easy Home decor project for Halloween using the new Salem Heights Collection. I fell in love with a metal crow stand from pottery barn. I love Pottery Barn , however I knew I could make it myself for half the price. I went to the craft store and bought a finished piece of flat craft wood and a dowel rod. My husband (bless his heart) drilled a even hole in the middle, glued the rod in, and spray painted it. Spray painting seemed quicker. I hot glued the the paper crow to the rod and added a fan flower embellished with crape paper & a button.


The needle point frame decoration was actually NOT PLANNED, but those seem to always turn out to be the best projects. I made an extra fan flower that was bigger. It was to much for my poor little crow stand. So I used a frame stand and decorated a needle point hoop. The hoop has burlap fabric for the backround and I used Salem Heights stickers as accents. Last I hot glued a mini clothes pin so I could pin photos of my kiddo for every Halloween.

Hope you loved my craft project Thank SEI for this wonderful opppertunity !!!!

Patty

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Boo to You Halloween Decor

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays to craft for and it doesn't take much to create some fun, spooky decor for your house. This project started with an inexpensive frame and some terrific patterned paper from the Salem Heights collection. I just love this foil accent Dead Man's Parlor paper! From a distance it looks like an elegant damask design, but up close you'll see the spooky skeletons and crossbones design. How cool is that?! I also cut and added an accent strip from a the Amethyst foil paper included in the Mirelle collection. It's a beautiful pattern and color and adds an unexpected elegant touch to this project.


When I spotted this glittered haunted house shape included in the Salem Heights chiplets, I knew I'd have to incorporate it into my design. I backed it with some vintage book print and popped it out with foam dimensionals to really show it off. And that's it! I'm off to a great start with my Halloween decorating! Boo to you!


Jennifer

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Fall for Fall Scrapbook Layout

Hi everyone, I wanted to create a layout around the colors of fall. There are some really great golden hues throughout the new Entrada and Mirelle collections. For my layout I wanted to use a photo of a branch full of golden leaves. It went perfectly with a lot of the patterned papers. I used the beige canvas paper in the collection as my base and sort of distressed the edges a little because I like things a little bit messy. Then I layered several of the papers on top of each other.


I see one of the trends this season is the layering of leaves and other handcut fall elements. I cut my leaves from white cardstock using a simple pattern but you can draw them however you like or cut them from a cutting machine. I used beige cardstock as my base paper so I wanted the leaves to stand out a little, and the white really does that.


To complete the layout I made a hand cut title with a gold pen. It's a little fussy cutting but really does give a layout a more personal feel. I really enjoy making layouts themed for the season and I'm so excited that fall is on it's way!

Have a great day!

Kim

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Shabby Chic Bat Decor

Hey there!! October has arrived! The weather is cooling down, leaves crinkle on the ground as you step on the them, and the rich colors of nostalgic times greet your warmly! I love the month of October because it ushers in my favorite time of year--holiday season! Halloween is just the start of the season, but so much fun to decorate your home for. Today's project is a Shabby Chic Haunted Bat Home Decor piece using SEI's new collection, Salem Heights.


I love the pretty and dare, I say "elegant" look of this bat. I covered a wood-board bat from Hobby Lobby with Hawthorn Hills paper, and then then trimmed Dead Man's Parlor a little smaller than the bat. After I inked the two bat shapes with SEI chalk ink, I adhered them to the wood-board bat, affixing black pipe cleaner on the edges for a soft and classy look.



To embellish the center of the bat a little bit more, I accordion-folded a 1 1/2" x 12" strip of Spooky Town Bash paper, then trimmed some Hallow's Eve paper, notched the ends and added both to the center of the bat. Finally, I added a sentiment sticker to the center to complete the look!

My mom flipped out when she saw this, and asked for one of her own! So, with my left over paper I made her another bat decor item! I'm hanging mine in the door frame above my kitchen! I love seeing this festive piece every time I enter the room!

Emily

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You're Sew Special

Hey everyone! Melissa here today with a greeting card! I made this card with the Lexington Card Maker paper pad and a few brads!


First, I cut a block of Kraft paper and folded it in half for my card base; I cut a block of red pattern paper and stitched it down to the Kraft card stock. Then I cut three strips of the text pattern paper and rounded the edges. These got stitched down on top of the other pattern paper. I took one of the sticker sentiments that was included in the Paper Pack and backed it with some Kraft card stock. I cut that out and used foam dots to adhere it down. Lastly, I punched out some circles from various pattern papers in the paper pad and crumpled them up. I then unfolded them and layered them together, punched three holes in the middle and pushed brads through them. I adhered this down in the lower left hand corner.


Thanks for joining me on the blog today! Have a fantastic day!

Melissa

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SEI October Desktop Calendar

The leaves are in their full fall fire glory here! It hasn't been this vivid in years...we're loving it. Cider and sweaters can't be far behind. What is your favorite part of fall?


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Winner!

Congrats, Carla! You are our giveaway winner!


Send your shipping address to seiblog{at}shopsei{dot}com and we will send off your goodies. Thanks everyone for supporting our guest, Diana Waite with your comments last week.

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