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Project Friday with Pearl

It's the last Friday of 2011! Isn't that exciting? A whole new year is just a few days away. Do you make resolutions or goals for the coming year? Share them with us, we'd love to hear them!

Today as we end 2011's Project Friday's post,  we're sharing a gorgeous mini album for you today that was created by the talented Pearl Liu!

Pearl

Audrey collection Mini Album

 

Pearl Dec Audrey Mini Cover

Pearls Notes:
I made this album with my12-year-old niece in mind , to give her this mini at Christmas - knowing that she likes this sort of handmade mini album. 
Being a girly girl , I knew she would appreciate lots of flowers and bling all over the album. I also made use of a little bit of everything in the Audrey line - patterned paper , diecuts , cardstock stickers , journaling tags fussy cut from the patterned paper, rolled flowers to show off all the fun girly  patterns and colors of this being line. 
Page 1

Pearl Dec Audrey Mini Pg1

 

Page 2 & 3

Pearl Dec Audrey Mini Pg 2 & 3

Page 4 & 5

Pearl Dec Audrey Mini Pg 4 & 5

Page 6 & 7

Pearl Dec Audrey Mini Pg 6&7

 

Pearl Dec Audrey Mini CU1

Thank you Pearl for sharing your beautiful project with us today and thanks to our entire design team for all their beautiful work in 2011.

Well friends that's a wrap on 2011 here at the My Little Shoebox blog! It's been a great year and we appreciate all of you stopping by to see what our designers create for you each day. We hope you've been inspired to create with your MLS stash! 

Happy New Year to you all, see you in 2012!

The My Little Shoebox Team!

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Facebook Favorites

Hello MLS fans. The new year is getting closer and we are excited about 2012. January is going to be a super fun month here on the MLS blog. Coming in January we'll be sharing some sneak peeks of our new collections and products for 2012. We'll also have chances for you to win our collections before they hit your favorite stores during our reveal week.

We'll be ringing in the new year in a big way in January. Make sure you type in your email address in the top right corner to subscribe to our blog so you don't miss out your chance to win!

Today we're sharing some Facebook favorites that YOU, our wonderful fans and followers shared with us this month on our Facebook wall. We love seeing what you are creating with our products and today we're celebrating you!


Savannah O'Gwynn

Savannah O'Gwynn

 

Caroli  Papelisima


Caroli Papelisima

 

Luz Maria Bruna

 

Luz Bruna

 

For a look at more beautiful work from these ladies please click on their names to be taken to their blogs or galleries.

We'd love to feature your work here on the MLS blog so upload your My Little Shoebox projects on our Facebook wall and you could be our next Facebook Favorite!

Have a creative day!

Shemainesiggysm

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Playtime with Mandy and Kristine

Hello MLS fans, we hope you enjoyed yesterday's video tutorial from Pattie. Our team is always striving to bring you fresh inspiration for creating with My Little Shoebox collections so please feel free to share any suggestions you'd like to see here on our blog by leaving a comment or tell us on our Facebook wall.

Today we're bringing you some beautiful projects from designer Mandy Starner created with our Playtime collection. Mandy makes great use of all the elements of Playtime and has some fabulous ideas for creating dimension in your projects.

Mandy

Happy Birthday card


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Supplies used:
11512 Hide n Seek
11513 Sidewalk Chalk
11514 Sunny Side Up
11516 Up In The Sky
11517 Day Dream
Jenni Bowlin ink "Brown Sugar"
Inkadinkado Stamp
May Arts ribbon



 " Make a Wish"

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Supplies used:
11511 3-D Roll Up Flowers
11512 Hide n Seek
11514 Sunny Side Up
11516 Up In The Sky
11517 Day Dream
11518 A Walk In The Clouds
11519 Cardstock Stickers
Color Box Inks
EK Success punch
 

 

" Brownies"



Lo2Mandy

Supplies used:
11514 Sunny Side Up
11515 Catch Me If You Can
11516 Up In The Sky
11517 Day Dream
11519 Cardstock Stickers
10123 Toffee Glitter Alphas
Ribbon by Hug Snug
Die Cut by K&Co.

Mandy's Notes: To add dimension to the clouds and kites paper, I added some of my cardstock cloud and kite stickers using pop dots.

 

"Playtime"


Lo3Mandy

Supplies used:
11512 Hide n Seek
11513 Sidewalk Chalk
11514 Sunny Side Up
11515 Catch Me If You Can
11517 Day Dream
11519 Cardstock Stickers
Alphas by DoodleBug

Mandy's Notes: On this layout, I cut out the circles with the flower and the bird and layered them over the pieces on the layout with pop dots so they were at the same level as the hopscotch sticker. Popped up elements always look better in 3's.

Have a creative day!

Shemainesiggysm

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Tuesday Video Tutorial with Pattie

Tutorial Pattie

Hello MLS fans it's time for another great tutorial from our Design Team. This Tuesday's Tutorial comes from Pattie Beltran and she decided to treat you all to a video tutorial! We hope you enjoy Pattie's Tutorial and will give it a try yourself.


 

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Winter Wonderland with Shelly

Happy Day after Christmas! We hope you had a wonderful holiday with your families. Today designer Shelly Berg has some inspiration with our Winter Wonderland collection to share.

Shelly created a fun and easy to create, holiday countdown with this gorgeous frame.

Shelly

Holiday Advent Calendar

Nov Project Shelly Berg Winter Wonderland

Shelly's Notes: For the advent calendar I simply used an old frame and some twine, and once decorated I used twine, ribbon, staples or mini clothespins to attach the tags to the twine.  On the back of each tag is a message, a Christmas memory, a coupon for a treat, etc. 

Nov Project Close up 1 Shelly Berg Winter Wonderland

Here's some close up looks.

Nov Project Close up 2 Shelly Berg Winter Wonderland
 

Here are a few cards Shelly created using Winter Wonderland and some Unity Stamp Co. Co-Branded stamps.

Nov Card 2 Shelly Berg Winter Wonderland

 

Nov Card 3 Shelly Berg Winter Wonderland

Shelly's notes: For the Christmas tree card, I drew the tree free hand and then used all sorts of border punches and ribbon and adhered them to the tree layer by layer and then trimmed.  I ended up with a simply and fun card to send. 

Nov Card 1 Shelly Berg Winter Wonderland

 

We hope you enjoy the rest of your holiday break! We'll be back tomorrow with a new Tuesday Tutorial video from our Design Team Coordinator Pattie Beltran.

We also have a holiday wish giveaway post here. Leave us your My Little Shoebox wish thru Weds December 28th at midnight pacific time. Winner announced Friday!

Have a creative day!

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Merry

 

If you didn't get your My Little Shoebox Christmas wish leave a comment here telling us which MLS collection was on your wish list and we'll make one random commentor's wish come true!

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Guest Designer Thursday

Hello MLS fans. We're wrapping up this month's guest designer Thursday post with more beautiful creations from Cheryl Waters. It's been so much fun having Cheryl join us this month and share her work. We're looking forward to seeing Cheryl at the Craft and Hobby Trade show at the end of January. You can keep up with Cheryl at the Fiskateer website.

Here's a look at the rest of Cheryl's creations.

A beautiful altered canvas

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the little details

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The ballerina Cheryl used is to die for! What a creative and beautiful touch.

 

And Cheryl's final project, a beautiful card


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and more of the little details

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Thank you Cheryl for sharing all of your beautiful creations with us here on the My Little Shoebox blog.

Stay tuned in the coming month for news about our February guest designer.

Have a merry creative day!

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Audrey inspiration

There are only a few sleeps left til Christmas now. Are you excited to be giving your gifts to your loved ones? Christmas is such an amazing time full of love and family, it really is the most wonderful time of the year.

A few of the girls are sharing some lovely projects they created with the Audrey collection for you today. Make sure you scroll all the way down so you don't miss any of their wonderful creations.

First a look at Ilene's work

Ilene

Best Teacher

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Supplies:
Paper, Stickers, Letter Stickers: My Little Shoebox
Flowers: Prima Marketing, IAmRoses.com
Ink: Tsukineko
Tip:
Fussy cut some apples and punch holes in the notebook journaling spot to make a perfect teacher card.

Bling Cameo

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Supplies:
Paper: My Little Shoebox
Bling: Creative Charms
Leaves: IAmRoses.com
Flowers, Lace: Prima Marketing
Ball Trim: Melissa Frances
Ink: Tsukineko
Glossy Accents: Ranger Industries/Inkssentials

Cameo Bow

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Supplies:
Paper: My Little Shoebox
Ink: Tsukineko
Glossy Accents: Ranger Industries/Inkssentials
Pearl Button: Webster's Pages
Tip:You can always add some glossy accents to spruce up a card.

For You

ForYou(sm)

Supplies:
Paper, Stickers, Letter Stickers: My Little Shoebox
Pearls: Creative Charms
Pins: Maya Road
Lace, Bloomers: Webster's Pages
Pearls Trim: JoAnn
Ink: Tsukineko

Oh Hapy Day

OhHappyDay(sm)

Supplies:
Paper, Letter Stickers: My Little Shoebox
Kraft Cardstock: The Paper Company
Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug
Embossing Machine: Sizzix Big Shot
Flowers: Prima Marketing, IAmROses.com
Leaves: IAmRoses.com
Pearls: ZVA Creative


Pearls Cameo

PearlsCameo(sm)

Supplies:
Paper: My Little Shoebox
Liquid Enamel: Inksenttials
Flowers: Prima Marketing
Calla Lily Flowers: Michael's
Cameo: Webster's Pages
Ink: Tsukineko
Pearl Trim: JoAnn

 

Next up is Pearl

Pearl
 

Cheer up card

Pearl MLSB Nov 2011  card 1

 

Birthday Wishes card

Pearl MLSB Nov 2011 Card 2

 

And finally even more Audrey inspiration from Rocio

Rocio

Hi card


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Thanks card

Rociocard2

 

Fun in the Sun layout

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Girl friends layout

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Thanks for stopping by today!

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Winter Wonderland with Nicole and Linda

Today Linda and Nicole are sharing their designs with our Winter Wonderland collection. This collection is so fun to create holiday cards and scrap your winter memories. Let's take a look at what Linda Kretz created first.

Linda

Let it Snow card

Winter Wonderland Card1 Linda-Nov

Supplies:  My Little Shoebox Winter Wonderland (Winter Folly, Gum Drop Lane, and Snowflake Valley papers), Stickers, Banners, Peppermint Stick Mini alphabet stickers, and Roll-Up Flowers.  I also used white Flower Soft, and Diamond Stickles..

Linda's Tip:  I created a window, pop dotted over my  winter scene., created some snow with Flower Soft, and added some stickles for emphasis.  This wonderful collection from My Little Shoebox lends itself to lots of fun creating Christmas cards and layouts. 

What a super cute card and the accents make great faux snow too! Now some fun things from Nicole.

Nicole

Let it Snow card

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LET IT SNOW:
When it comes to cards it is fun to mix it up a bit so for this card I went with a 4x4 using the Snow Flake Valley paper. The beautiful detailing on the B side of Snow Flake Valley adds such a pretty touch when used as a border. I wrapped the card with bakers twine and then layered the snowman cardstock sticker with the Glittered Alphas. What I love about the 4x4's is they are quick, cute and super easy to make. 
Snuggles layout 

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Nicole's notes:
This picture had been in my stack of "must scrap" for awhile, so when I took a closer look at Boughs of Holly I squealed a little! Avery's polka dot pajamas were her all time favorites and the whimsical colors in the Starburst, Counting Down, and Winter Folly just fit the theme for the layout perfectly! The layout needed a couple 3D elements to the page and the tiny bows of bakers twine on the cardstock sticker trees and the polkadot clouds from the diecut sheet were just what I was looking for! 
Tree Ornament #1

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#1 ORNAMENT: {front & back}
This is the first of 25 ornaments I created to decorate our Christmas tree this year. The ornament is simple, however the poinsietta made out of the Snow Flake Valley paper and the square flag diecut makes this ornament. I used a flower punch from EK Success and trimmed the round ends to be slightly more pointy to resemble the holiday flower. I then cut the square flag diecut in half, distressed it using Vintage Photo Distress Ink and layered it to appear as leaves. The pearls in the center were leftover from an old play dress that my daughters outgrew so it adds that sentimental touch. To create the subtle sparkle border I used glossy accents and Martha Stewarts Crystal Fine glitter. 
Tree Ornament #2

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#4 ORNAMENT: {front}
This is one of 25 ornaments, possibly my favorite. We have moved a lot in the past year and sadly our Christmas decorations didn't make the trip with us. Thankfully, the Winter Wonderland collection can serve as winter play paper AND Christmas themed so this year our tree will be decorated with Winter Wonderland ornaments. I cut two rectangles out of the Starburst paper then layered them to look like a gift with a removable top. The bow was made with two strips of the Boughs of Holly paper just folded on one another and secured with a Zot and decorated with a button. The Peppermint Stick Mini Alphas helped share the sentiment for blessing number 4!

Thanks for these fun projects ladies! We hope you are all having a very merry holiday season!

Have a merry creative day!

 

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Monday layout fun and more with Becky Dreyer and Shemaine

Hello MLS fans. We hope you had a great weekend! Have you gotten all of your holiday shopping done yet? It's 6 days til Christmas! Wow, December has really has flown by but then again I think we are all so caught up in the holiday cheer that it happens every year.

Today Beckie and myself are bringing you some layout inspiration with our Enchanted Garden collection

Beckie

Moment Layout

Beckie Dreyer_October Assign_Enchanted_Garden_2

Enchanted patterned paper used:

Classy

Radiant

Dazzling

3D Roll Up Flower

Divine

Cardstock Sticker

Pea Pod Glitter Alphabet

Chiffon Mini Alpha

 

Beckie's Tip: Frame your photo with flowers for a different effect.  Add the glue just to the centre of the flowers then you can mould the leaves into shape.


 Chill & Smile Layout

Beckie Dreyer_October Assign_Enchanted_Garden_3

 

Enchanted Garden patterned paper used:

Classy

Graceful

Radiant

Dazzling

3D Roll Up Flower

Divine

Cardstock Sticker

Pea Pod Glitter Alphabet

Cotton Candy Sprinkle Glaze Alphabet

 

Beckie's Tip: Pierce around the edges of the flowers petals to create some texture.  

 

How Does Your Garden Grow Layout

Beckie Dreyer_October Assign_Enchanted_Garden_4


 Patterned paper used:

Classy

Graceful

Dazzling

3D Roll Up Flower

Divine

Pea Pod Glitter Alphabet

 

Beckie's tip: The lovely bold patterns of this paper are perfect for cutting out.  Use a smallish paper of scissors to give you more control as you are cutting out.  Add some glitter glue to the edges of the flowers for extra sparkle.

 

Thank You Card

Beckie Dreyer_October Assign_Enchanted_Garden_1


Enchanted Garden paper:

Classy

Graceful

3D Roll Up Flower

Linen Mini Alphabet

 

Becky's tip: If you cut a small section off the bottom of the triangular banners you can then make them into flower pots.

Cut some of the flat flowers from the 3D roll up flower shet to create some hearts and leaves.

 

Now a look at Shemaine's layouts


Shemaine

So thankful for her layout

Shemainenovlo1

Supplies:

Enchanted Garden patterened paper

Magnificent

Exquisite

Divine

Radiant

Graceful

Glitter Alphabet: oregano, Toffee

Scrapping Cottage: Pink Peony Flower

Prima felt vine

Misc: Kaisercraft bling

 

Family layout

Shemainenovlo2

Supplies:

Enchanted garden patterned paper:

Radiant

Graceful

Classy

Sprinkle Glaze letters Whoopie Pie

Prima felt stems

Martha Stewart doily

American Crafts Thicker Chipboard

Maya Road tag

EK Success border punch

 

Thanks for stopping by today. We hope you have a merry creative day!

 

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Project Friday with Kristine and Becky

Hello MLS fans. It's project Friday and time for another fun project idea from our talented design team. Today Kristine and Becky are teaming up on the blog to bring you today's inspiration using our Platyime and Pretty Little Things collections.

Kris

Project1akristine

 

Here's a close up of this beautiful project Kristine created.

 

Project1ckristine

Project1bkristine

Paper Flower Arrangement

Products used:
Playtime patterned paper: Catch Me if You Can
Playtime patterned paper: Day Dream
Playtime patterned paper: Hide n Seek
Playtime patterned paper: Sidewalk Chalk
Playtime patterned paper: Sunny Side Up
buttons
Cricut machine with Mother's Day Bouquet cartridge
fabric paint
flower pot
ribbon
wooden dowel rods

Kris's Tips: I had so much fun creating this flower arrangement using the beautiful B-sides of the Playtime papers.  Each of the 12 flowers has 3 layers of paper cut at 3.25 inches, 2.75 inches, and 1 inch that are centered with a button and embellished with dots of white fabric paint.  I used my hot glue gun to adhere them to the dowel rods.  I inserted the rods into a piece of floral foam that I had cut down in size to fit snugly into the flower pot.  I covered the floral foam with "grass" which I made by running a couple sheets of the green paper through my paper shredder and then folding each shredded piece back and forth.  Some green, brown, and white ribbons finished the arrangement off.  I can't wait to display this in my daughter's bedroom!

Here's a layout from Kristine too! 

Cousins

Lo1kristine

Cousins layout

Products used:
Playtime patterned paper: Day Dream
Playtime patterned paper: Hide n Seek
Playtime patterned paper: Sunny Side Up
Playtime patterned paper: Up in the Sky
Playtime 3D Roll-Up Flowers
Playtime cardstock stickers
Ruby Glitter Alphabet Stickers
buttons (misc.)
cardstock (Bazzill)
fabric paint
floss (DMC)
glitter glue (Ranger)
punches (EK Success, Martha Stewart)

Kristines Tips: I used several of the B-sides of this collection's patterned papers to create a soft, feminine layout of my daughter being held by my goddaughter.  I added border punched white cardstock and I hand-stitched around the edge of the page with white floss to compliment the bright white highlights in the photo.   


Now some inspiration from Becky 

Becky

"I Love You a Bunch" 

Beckywilliams_card2

Supplies: 
Pretty Little Things collection: Seed Packets, cardstock stickers
Mini Alphabet Stickers: Seaside
Other: foam adhesive, Queen and Company pearls. 
Becky's Notes: add pearls or other bling to flower centers to add extra dimension to your project. 

"Thinking of You" card
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Supplies: 
Pretty Little Things collection: Little Miss Sunshine, Cardstock Stickers
Other: twine, glossy accents, Ranger Stickles glitter glue, rub-on by Pebbles Inc.

Becky's Notes: I wanted this card to be more simple in design so I cut out the cute little ladybug and used one of the cardstock stickers as the focal point of the card. I then added bits of glitter glue for more dimension and to add some spark to the card. 

Pretty Little Things Notebooks
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Supplies: 
Pretty Little Things collection: Just Add Water, Little Miss Sunshine, Lovely Lady, Grown With Love, All Things Beautiful, Seed Packets, 3-D Roll-up Flowers.
Mini Alphabet Stickers: white, peppermint stick
Glitter Alphas: Snowflakes, Walnut

Becky's Notes: I have three little girls who love to write and draw and their papers often are found scattered around the house. For my project this month I decided to cover a few composition notebooks for my girls so that they would have their own personalized books to keep their art projects together in one place.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a merry creative weekend! 
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Guest Designer Thursday

Hello MLS fans. It's Guest Designer Thursday and time share some of December's Guest Designer, Cheryl Water's beautiful layouts she created with our Enchanted Garden and Audrey collection.

 

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We are so thrilled to be sharing Cheryl's work today. If you missed her introduction please click here to learn more about this talented, sweet Fiskateer! Now let's take a look at what she created for us today!

Laugh like crazy

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Here's a  few close ups.

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Funny girl layout

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Love all the elements Cheryl has added to make this layout so fun.

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If you'd like to see more of Cheryl work make sure you visit us here next Thursday as we share some more of her beautiful work. You can also check out Cheryl's Fiskateer blog.

 

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Something Enchanted from Norine & Keely

Hello MLS fans. Today Keely and Norine are showing off some lovely card creations with our Enchanted Garden collection.

  Keely pic

Hi card

KYowlerMLS EnchantedGardenHi

Supplies:
Enchanted Garden "Hi" Card
Enchanted Garden 6x12" Cardstock Stickers
Magnificient 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Dazzling 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Graceful 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Glitter Alphabet Stickers--My Little Shoebox
Spellbinders Nestabilities Die--Eyelet Circles
Cardstock: Colorbok
Adhesive: Glue Arts U-Cut It 3D Adhesive Foam, Glue Glider Pro

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Enchanted Garden "Happy Birthday" Card
Enchanted Garden 6x12" Cardstock Stickers
Magnificient 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Dazzling 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Graceful 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Mini Alphabet Stickers--My Little Shoebox
Spellbinders Nestabilities Die--Eyelet Circles
Cardstock: Colorbok
Baker's Twine
Adhesive: Glue Arts U-Cut It 3D Adhesive Foam, Glue Glider Pro

 
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Enchanted Garden "Love Ya" Card
Enchanted Garden 6x12" Cardstock Stickers
Graceful 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Dazzling 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Glitter Alphabet Stickers--My Little Shoebox
Cardstock: Colorbok
Adhesive: Glue Arts U-Cut It 3D Adhesive Foam, Glue Glider Pro

KYowlerMLSEnchantedGardenMom

 
Enchanted Garden "Mom" Card
Enchanted Garden 6x12" Cardstock Stickers
Magnificient 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Dazzling 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Glitter Alphabet Stickers--My Little Shoebox
Cardstock: Colorbok
Border Punch: Martha Stewart
Ribbon: Offray
Adhesive: Glue Arts U-Cut It 3D Adhesive Foam, Glue Glider Pro

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Enchanted Garden "Monogram" Card
Enchanted Garden 6x12" Cardstock Stickers
Magnifient 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Dazzling 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Graceful 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Radiant 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Glitter Alphabet Stickers--My Little Shoebox
Cardstock: Colorbok
Border Punch: Fiskars
Twine
Adhesive: Glue Arts U-Cut It 3D Adhesive Foam, Glue Glider Pro

 
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Enchanted Garden "Thank You" Card
Enchanted Garden 6x12" Cardstock Stickers
Exquisite 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Dazzling 12x12 Enchanted Garden Collection Paper
Mini Alphabet Stickers--My Little Shoebox
Cardstock: Colorbok
Border Punch: Fiskars
Ribbon: Offray
Adhesive: Glue Arts U-Cut It 3D Adhesive Foam, Glue Glider Pro

Now for some fun cards from Norine.
Norine New


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A closer look at the glossy accents

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Thanks card

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Love those butterflies

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Norine also created an amazing wall hanging with our Enchanted Garden collection. If you missed that post you can check it out here.
Have a merry creative day!

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Tuesday Tutorial with Rosangela

Rosangela tutorial
 

I think, like me, you all have a lot and lot of alphabet stickers, where always about some letters that we never use.

So today, I want to show one simple way to add amazing texture to a background—and I’m betting you have everything you need right at your fingertips!

Supplies:

- a variety of leftover alphabet (or numeric) stickers

- 4 cardboard strips (11” each one)

- acrylic paint

- foam wedge or foam paintbrush

- cardstock for background

 

1 - Gather all of your leftover alphabet stickers and sort them by size (small, medium, large).

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2 - Start applying random alphabet stickers in the center of your background, starting with the largest alphabet stickers you have.

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3 - Continue applying random alphabet stickers, filling in the smaller spaces with your smaller-sized stickers. Don’t worry about trying to coordinate colors next to one another.

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4 - Your completely covered background will look something like this.

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5 - Now, we’re add some paint. Add three or four small puddles of paint in random places on your alphabet stickers.

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6 - Using a foam make-up  or a foam paintbrush spread the puddles of paint evenly across the surface of the sticker.

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7 - At the end will be so, completely covered with paint.

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8 - Once your background is dry, add the cardboard strips. First I took a layer of cardboard and then applied  white paint, as shown in the photo, not fully cover.

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9 - With strips of cardboard I made a frame on the the background and I trim the edges of the backgorund.

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And now it's just decorate!

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Have a merry creative day!

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Winter Wonderland with Pattie & Erin

Hello MLS fans. We hope you had a great weekend. Today we have some Winter Wonderland inspiration to share with you from designers Erin Yamabe and Patti Beltran.

Here's a look at Erin's Winter Wonderland projects.

Erin

Xmas layout


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Erin's Notes: I love how this one came together- the most magical place on Earth combined with the fun, whimsical designs from Helen I think are a perfect match!  I paper pieced, punched out some scallop circles and then added the stickers with dimension so they would really pop!  I thought the tree was a nice touch, and enjoy the softness in this line so the photo can really shine!
Products:
My Little Shoebox Winter Wonderland
11803 Snow Flake Valley
11806 Starburst
11801 Gum Drop Lane
11804 Counting Down
11802 Winter Folly
11800 3D Roll Up Flower
11808 Cardstock Sticker
08431 Mini Alphabet sticker Peppermint Stick
10117 lowercase glaze Snowflakes
Bazzill - white card stock
Spica pen - silver
Paper Accents - chipboard xmas tree
Martha Stewart - double lace border punch
Fiskars - scallop circle punch
Therm O Web - sticky tape runner, foam squares, zot dots
Snowflake Card

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Erin's notes: The background is one of my favorite papers in this beautiful collection...so after I added stickler to the snow and snowflakes, I knew I wanted to have something in the center that would pop!  A red snowflake was born and then I hand cut the 25 from the Counting Down paper and attached some bakers twine!
Supplies:
11803 Snow Flake Valley
11804 Counting Down
Ranger - Diamond stickles
Bazzill - snowflake
Twinery - bakers twine

24 layout

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Erin's Notes: I absolutely adore this photo of my Mom with our oldest daughter, and thought what a gift she is for us all.  That's where this idea came to just make this layout about all she gives to our family!
Supplies:
11803 Snow Flake Valley
11805 Boughs Of Holly
11804 Counting Down
Bazzill - Red gingham ribbon and Holly Berry cardstock
Websters Pages - Cameo
Fiskars - corner rounder
Therm O Web - sticky tape runner, foam squares, zot dots, super tape

Holly Berry Card

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Erin's Notes: What better way to showcase Helen's beautiful roll flowers than in a sweet little oval mini shadow box of sorts?  I simply layered the coordinating papers and added the flowers in a cluster inside the oval frame.  Then, accented with holly stickers and some bling!
Supplies:
11805 Boughs of Holly
11803 Snow Flake Valley
11800 3D Roll Up Flower
11808 Cardstock Sticker
Oval Frame - Unknown
Ruby Rock-It - bling
Therm O Web - sticky tape runner, zot dots, foam squares

Next we have some lovely projects by Patti
Patti
Holiday Tree

My little shoebox project-pattie beltran
This holiday tree looks fun with all the details that Patti added and has a shabby chic and vintage feel.

My little shoebox project2- pattie beltran
and she made some beautiful cards as well

My little shoebox card1- pattie beltran
Love this paper flower that Patti created for this card.
Joy

My little shoebox card2- pattie beltran
Winter Wishes

My little shoebox card3- pattie beltran
These ladies show how versatile the Winter Wonderland collection is. If you're creating some holiday fun with this collection be sure and share it on our Facebook wall.
Have a merry creative day!
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Project Friday with Linda

Hello MLS fans. It's Friday and that means we're sharing another creative project with you from our design team. Today Linda Kretz has created a stunning mini-album to share with you. We hope you enjoy her project.

Linda


Joy mini: Cover

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Page 1

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Page 2 & 3

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Page 4 & 5

NovProject4linda (2)

Page 6 & 7

NovProject5linda (2)

Page 8 & 9

NovProject6linda

Page 10 & 11

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Supplies:  My Little Shoebox Winter Wonderland papers (11802, 11801, 11805, 11803, 11806, and 11804); 3D roll-Up Flower  and Banners 11800;  Cardboard stickers (11808); Ladybug Glaze Alphabet Stickers; various ribbons, laces and pompoms; embossing powder,  glitter paper; Flower Soft; Prima pearls: Stickles ; Bakers Twine, and a Maya Roads album.

Linda's Tip:  I embossed some trees in white to add emphasis to one of the pages, pop dots to add dimension, used Tattered Angels white Chalkboard on the flowers on the cover. 

 

Wow what a beautiful project right? Now we have a winner to announce! Let's Congratulate...

Those cards are all really really cute! Definitely some good inspiration for next year's holiday cards and for scrapping this year's Christmas pictures. I'd love to create my December Daily album with this collection.

Posted by: Laurie | 12/06/2011 at 10:00 AM

Laurie email us your address to dt@mylittleshoebox.com and we'll get your prize out to you.

Have a merry creative weekend!

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Guest Blogger: Heidi Sonboul

 

 

Heidi

Hello my crafty My Little Shoebox friends, Heidi Sonboul here and I'm so jazzed to be guesting here today. I had such a great time using all of these My Little Shoebox beautiful papers and diecut embellishments that I created a few different things to share with you.

First, I loved the Destination collection and wanted to use the color schemes to create a holiday layout.

That is one big tree

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Heidi's Tips:
Just look at these little cars. I know that they were taxies, but with a Christmas tree on top it's now a family car! I love themed papers like this because it allows you to use it in more way than one. So fun right?! I also add mini snowflakes to give a winter feel. Honestly it wasn't snowing that day, but that info won't stop me from using it on this themed layout ;)
 
I love to cluster items like my photos and tags. it almost become a fresh take on old embellishments, don't ya think?!
 
Other layout tips: I love basic shapes and turning them into something cool. I used this square stamp with curved corners again and again to create my look. I then added little flowers in between them to finish the look. I placed them all on a bright yellow to make them pop and shine.

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The Year of Gratitude 

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Heidi's Tip: I started a challenge called "The year of Gratitude-365" and you can read all about it here at the link provided. I post every Thursday with more things I'm grateful for and for my Dec. 2. 2011 card I used this cute travel collection. I love the sherbet-y colors and the wonderful basic patterns.
 
Then can you link the Year of Gratitude to this post... to let me know what it is?
 
http://queenofpaper.blogspot.com/2011/12/year-of-gratitude-project-365.html

And finally, something fun with the Audrey collection.


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Yes, I sure did hand cut and inked all of those squares one by one cause that's just how I roll. I used foam squares to make the pop!

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Thanks to the MLS team for allowing me to visit with you all today. I hope you found something to inspire you to create with your My Little Shoebox paper. Happy Holidays!

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Some beautiful things by Ro

Hello MLS fans. We're glad you stopped by to visit today. Today designer, Rosangela Philippsen is sharing some beautiful creations with our Playtime collection. We love Ro's style of scrapbooking and the care she takes to add so any little details to her layouts. Let's enjoy her creations.

Rosangela

PLAYTIME  Layout_1  November - Ro Philippsen

LAYOUT_1:Supplies

11512 - Hide'n Seek
11513 - Sidewalk Chalk
11514 - Sunny Side Up
11517 - Day Dream
11511 - 3D Roll-Up Flower
11519 - Cardstock Sticker
10116 - Walnut Glitter Alphabet Sticker
08954 - Ladybug Sprinkle Glaze Alphabet Sticker
08427 - Pearl Mini Alphabet Sticker
 

Ro's Tip: I created a frame around the grid, using the Glitter Alphabet Sticker and the Mini Alphabet Sticker. You can mix some differents alphabets on your layout, and the result is very beautiful.

Love

PLAYTIME  Layout_2  November - Ro Philippsen

LAYOUT 2:Supplies

11513 - Sidewalk Chalk
11511 - 3D Roll-Up Flower
11517 - Day Dream
11514 - Sunny Side Up
11512 - Hide'n Seek
11519 - Cardstock Sticker
10116 - Walnut Glitter Alphabet Sticker
08427 - Pearl Mini Alphabet Sticker

Ro's Tip:You can use the Playtime Collection for various themes, as well as colorful and beautiful, it's also very versatile, allowing you to do romantic layouts like this I did, cheerful, colorful and romantic!

 

Hello

PLAYTIME  Card_1  November - Ro Philippsen

CARD 1: Supplies
11516 - Up in the sky
11518 - A walk in the Clouds
11517 - Day Dream
08954 - Ladybug Sprinkle Glaze Alphabet Sticker

  

    Love

  PLAYTIME  Card_2  November - Ro Philippsen

CARD 2: Supplies

11512 - Hide'n Seek
11514 - Sunny Side Up
11519 - Cardstock Sticker
08427 - Pearl Mini Alphabet Sticker

Our Playtime collection is so fun and versatile as Ro shows us. We hope you find some inspiration for your next Playtime project.

Have a merry creative day!

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Destination with a twist

Hello MLS fans! Are you still needing ideas for holiday cards? Thanks to designer Melinda's creative mind we have some pretty fantastic holiday card ideas to share today that she created with our Destination collection.

Tis the season

Melida - NOV - DES - Christmas Card 2

Melinda - NOV - DES - Christmas Card 2 closeup

 

Christmas Wishes

Melinda - NOV - DES - Christmas Card 1

 

Jolly Holiday

Melinda - NOV - DES - Chritmas Card #3

Melinda's Tip: Creating Christmas cards can sometimes be a bit daunting because you always need so many and coming up with different designs can take longer than actually making the cards. So I decided this year I was going to have a few basic designs and re-produce the cards over and over using different patterned paper and embellishments. Now the Destination Collection is far from being a Christmas style range of papers but that doesn't mean the gorgeous patterns and colours can't be used to create a set of festive cards. I mixed and matched and came up with three cards using the same design yet vastly different in their colour scheme and they all have that hint of Christmas regardless of being totally absent of holly leaves and tinsel.

 
Product list:
Destination - Die Cut Circle 'Trip of a Lifetime'
Destination - Souvenir (11565)
Destination - Happy Hour (11564)
Destination - Sit Back and Relax (11563)
Destination - Postcard (11567)
Destination - 3D Roll-Up Flowers (11561)
 
Martha Steart Leaf Punch
American Crafts Card and Ribbon
Pebbles rubons
Imaginisce rubons
Kaiser Pearls
Twinklets Diamond Dust
 
Next Melinda is sharing a few more traditional cards she created with Destination.
Melinda - NOV - DES - Boat card

Melinda - NOV - DES - Plane card

Melinda - NOV - DES - Scooter card

Melinda's Tip: A fun way to create a different look to your cards is to create little scenes that fit the theme of the card, especially if the range of papers has wonderful patterns and colours that make perfect rolling hills, sky and ocean. Add a few 3D roll-up clouds and flowers etc and you have your very own little landscape that's just waiting for the perfect sentiment to tie everything together.
 
Product List:
Destination - Journey (11566)
Destination - Souvenir (11565)
Destination - Miss You Already (11562)
Destination - Die Cut Circle 'Trip of a Lifetime'
Destination - Cardstock Stickers (11569)
Destination - 3D Roll-Up Flowers (11561)
American Crafts - Rub-ons & Cardstock
Doodlebug - Rubons
 
So, what did you think of Melinda's ideas? Feeling inspired to create something fun with this collection? Tell us if you'd like to create some holiday or traditional cards with Destination. We'll choose one lucky commenter to win the Destination collection. Winner will be chosen from comments left on this post and announced Friday here on our blog.
Have a merry creative day!
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Trick or Treat with Zoe Nemburt

Hello MLS fans! We know Halloween is over but you've still got those pictures to scrap and we've got ideas to share! Today designer Zoe Nemburt has created some fun layouts and a card featuring our Trick or Treat collection.

Zoe New

Happy Halloween card

November Trick or TReat Card

Supplies:

Itsy Bitsy Spider Circle Die Cut

Starry Night Patterned Paper

Mini Alphabet Blackberry

May arts ribbon

Black & White Bazzill

Martha Stewart Punch

Resin Cameo

Prima Pearls

Huggin a Pumpkin

November Trick or Treat Zoe LO1
 

Supplies:

Spooky Treats Patterned Paper 

Monster Crossing Patterned Paper

Scaredy Cat Patterned Paper

Batty for you Patterned Paper

Fright Night Patterned Paper

3D Roll Up Flower

Black Diamond Glitter Alphabet

Trick or Treat Cardstock Sticker

My Little bit of Whimsy Buttons

Oil Slick Glimmer Glaze

Martha Stewart Punch

  November Trick or Treat LO1-3

 

Frightfully delightful laoyut

November Trick or Treat Layout 2

 

November Trick or Treat Layout 2 -3


Supplies:

Mini Alphabet Stickers

Starry Night Patterned Paper

Batty for You Patterned Paper

3D Roll Up Flower

Kaiser Craft Flowers

Prima Pearls & Ribbon

Crafters Workshop Template

American Crafts Trim

Tim Holtz Ink

 Halloween Pirate

November Trick or TReat Layout 3

November Trick or treat layout 3 -2

Supplies:

Sprinkle Glaze Alphabet Stickers

Blackberry Mini Alphabet Sticker

Spooky Treats Patterned Paper

Batty for You Patterned Paper

Fright Night Patterned Paper

Prima Flowers and Swirl

May Arts Ribbon

Prima Template

Tim Holtz Ink

Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze

 

Wow! How was that for eye candy?? Zoe is an amazing talent and these layouts were really fun to share today.

Have a merry creative day!

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Project Friday with Norine

Hello MLS fans. It's Friday and time for another fun project idea from our talented designer team. Today's Project Friday is brought to you by Norine Borys.

Norine New

Dream Wall Hanging

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Norine's Notes: This quick project is easy to make with Mod Podge and wood shapes.  After adhering the paper, trimming around the shapes with an exacto knife and filing the edges smooth, some watered down paint and chalk ink finishes the edges.  The wood plaques are thick enough to hold weight, yet thin enough to have the holes punched for the ribbon, with a Crop-a-Dile.  The baker's twine is sewn across a strip of MLS die cuts to create the hanging banner.  
Wood plaques - Hobby Lobby, wood letters - Michaels, paper line - Enchanted Garden, (Graceful, Radiant, Dazzling, Classy, Exquisite), banners and clouds - Enchanted Garden 3D roll up flower (#11551), cardstock stickers - Enchanted Garden (#11559), Ribbon - Offray, button - October Afternoon, Making Memories, SEI. 


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Norine also has some exciting news she shared on her blog yesterday. Stop by and see what the buzz is all about!

Design team member Nicole Wragge is also sharing something special all  month long so stop by her blog.

Have a merry creative day!

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Pretty Little Things and December's Guest Designer

Hello MLS fans! It's December 1st, time to start opening those Advent calendars!  We can hardly believe that the holidays have officially begun. How many of you are starting your December dailys?

Today we have more fun cards featuring our Pretty Little Things collection to share with you from our Design Team Coordinator, Patti Beltran. We're also pleased to be welcoming our December Guest Designer! Make sure you read all the way thru today's post to meet our guest!

Pattieflower

Happy Birthday

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Supplies:
MLS: Pretty little Things: Little Miss Sunshine,  Just add Water, Seed Packets, Grown with Love, 3-D Roll Up Flowers, Minis:Brownie
Ribbon: craft store, Doilie: Wilton; Border punch: Fiskars; Adhesive: Therm-o-web: Sticky dot runner, foam squares, 3D Zots, Medium Zots; Sakura: glue pen;  Glitter: Martha Stewart
Pattie's Tip:  The blocks on  the Seed Packets paper work perfectly as a sentiment tag.
Thank You card
 
Card3pattie

Supplies:
MLS: Pretty Little Things: Grown with Love, Seed Packets, Lovely lady, 3D Roll up flowers, cardstock stickers, Enchanted Garden: Radiant, minis: Blush
die: Cottage Cutz
Ink and Stickles: Ranger
Bling: Creative Charms
Border Punch: Martha Stewart
Adhesive: Therm-o-web: Tape runner XL, Foam Squares, 3D Zots; Beacon 3in 1 Adhesive
Nest material: unknown
Pattie's Tip: Our roll up flower die cuts can be used flat as well.  The green flower made a perfect tree top!

Hi card
Card4pattie
Supplies:
MLS: Pretty Little Things: Seed Packets, Grown with Love, Card stock stickers, Bubble Gum Glitter Alphas
Twine: The Twinery
bling: Prima, Creative Charms
Pen: American Crafts
Ink: Ranger
Adhesive: therm-o-web: Sticky dot runner, foam squares
Patti's Tip: Faux stitching with a pen is a fun way to add that "little something" to your projects.
 
Lady bug card
Card5pattie

Supplies:
MLS: Pretty Little Things: Lovely lady, Grown with Love, Minis: Ingigo
Cardstock: Bazzil
circle punch: Ek Success
Circle Cutter: Fiskars
wiggle eye: craft store
Adhesive: Therm-o-web: Sticky dot runner, small zots; Ranger: Glossy Accents
Stickles: Ranger
Patti's Tip: When making an unusually shaped card, make sure that you have an envelope that will fit.  This lady bug card fits in a 6x6 envelope.

Weren't those cards fun! Now it's time to introduce our December Guest Designer. We are so excited to have this very talented lady creating with us this month!

Please welcome...

Fisk-a-teer Cheryl Waters

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 Cheryl's Bio:

Cheryl Waters is a mixed media artist who enjoys sharing inspiration both on line and off through many creative avenues.  She currently serves as lead crafting ambassador for Fiskars (the 'orange handled scissor company') with the title of Lead and Founding Fiskateer.  She shares with the arts and crafts community unique ways using Fiskars tools.  Cheryl teaches at local scrapbook and art stores across the nation and close to home providing shabby chic mixed media and creative projects.  She has been sought out to teach at many upscale artistic events and gatherings.  She is a self-taught artist that enjoys sharing her faith and life journey with others through her art and personal connections.  Regularly published in many of Stampington and Company's publications (Somerset Home, Somerset Memories, Handcrafted, Altered Couture, Take Ten, and more) , Memory Maker books and Creating Keepsakes, she makes it her goal to attempt to inspire others by using her art to celebrate life and share a personal meaningful message.

Cheryl has worked with several manufacturers teaching and creating with their product as well as being a guest designer.  Some of those manufacturers include GCD Studios, My Little Shoebox, Vintage Street Market, Tattered Angels, Art Glitter, Jenni Bowlin, Donna Salazar Designs, Unity Stamp Company, Pink Paislee and more.    Cheryl loves her Chipart tools designed by Melody Ross and is always finding new ways to create and teach with them.

Cheryl serves as a teacher and instructor for these manufacturers teaching across the nation and locally.  Cheryl teaches mixed media techniques, art journaling, creative projects concerning home décor, gift giving and for wear.

Currently Cheryl is the sole proprietor of Artsy Findings and is excited about sharing unique mixed media and dimensional artistic kits that can be created for your enjoyment or for gift giving.  Cheryl anticipates that you'll find treasures that will create meaning for loved ones around you.  Whether starting out on your artistic journey or a novice, Cheryl aspires to provide fun eclectic collections of vintage treasures, mixed media collections, art ephemera and created handcrafted artwork and items for the artistic soul's delight.

Cheryl resides in Portola Hills, California in Orange County with her husband (20 years) and 12 year old daughter Abigail who is a creative girl herself.  She enjoys serving as a law enforcement officer and has had the opportunity to travel the world sharing her faith and passion.  Close to her family as well as her church family, Cheryl enjoys all the activities surrounding her beautiful life.

We look forward to sharing Cheryl's creations with our My Little Shoebox collections with you this month. 

Have a merry creative day! 

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