This video floors me! So inspiring! It also, to quote my daughter, "Makes me want to doodle!" I always doodled in class, but can't remember doing so in math class. :)
Vihart, the Youtube user who uploaded this video, has quite a few of these for us to enjoy...
- Art Journaling
- Art Tutorials
- Pop-Up Fringe Journal Challenge
- Handmade Books
- Rae's Art Marks 30 Day Challenge
- Life Documented 2017
- StencilGirl Creative Team Projects
- Blog Hops
- The unPlanner
- The Original Documented Life Project
- The Documented Life Project 2016-The Journal
- Digital Scrapbooking
- Free FotoFusion Templates
- FotoFusion Tutorials
- Roben-Marie Smith Design Team
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Sunday, January 8, 2012
My sis and I volunteered to provide centerpieces for two tables at our church women ministry's Christmas event this past December.
We "pinterested" (ya like my new verb?) for weeks, and then came the day we needed to actually put something together.
We collected anything in our homes that we thought might work to put a nice display together. We met at Sara's house to start on it. I brought my old Partylite Christmas houses. Sara had all sorts of odds and ends collected too.
We were not inspired at all with these things, (not to say they didn't look nice). But, something was missing.
We procrastinated for several hours!
(There's such a wealth of stuff to do when my twin and I are together, ex. educate and train and mommy children.)
Again, we went back to handy dandy Pinterest. I searched there for "paper trees".
Then, hit GOLD!
I found this gorgeous tree on the Crate Paper blog:
And these burlap and fabric rose trees from the Shanty2Chic blog:
old book pages
cream alpaca wool
old handmade paper
Bo Bunny dot paper
eggplant colored wool
dollar store paper doilies
specialty scrapbooking paper
with glittery purple music notes
Stampin' Up punches (scallop and flower)
Hey, I created a tree with my text! Tee hee!
Sara created the cone shaped trees using poster board.
We crocheted loooooooooooooooooooong chains with the wool.
We punched, snipped, curled, and glittered papers for the paper trees.
We punched paper flowers using a flower punch using the old book paper.
(This paper is from my Lizzie Kartchner on-line class project I did a year or two ago. That project you can see at this link.)
We cut, twisted and glittered white felt. (The tall, white rose felt tree is my favorite.)
The hot glue gun was our best friend for this project, since it adheres anything fast and strong. We found cheap votive candles and the "snow" at Michaels.
We found a cheap curtain at Jysk for the table cover.
Using old handmade specialty paper from my scrapbooking stash and quilt batting, we sewed place mats.
After many delightful hours of creative fun, we ended up with this:
Did I tell you we used Pinterest to gather our ideas? Great place, I highly recommend it. :)
Happy creating! Blessings to you.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Finally! For those of you that use Lumapix FotoFusion, here's another .scrap template for you.
Room for twelve photos, some flowers, layers of paper, lines for extra texture or patterns, and of course, there's space for journaling. I put a frame on the paper that's behind the photos, but you could always uncheck the frame box if you don't want that. Or you could change the color of the frame, or shape, etc, etc. It looks neat if you drop in pretty paper into the flowers. The template itself has a shadow on all the middles of the flowers, simply because that way you can see there's a circle there that you can add to. I prefer no shadow on a flower middle if I'm using patterned paper, but each to his own. :)
Hope you like it!
Please, if you have any questions about how to use the template, contact me.
I'd love to hear how you use them and to see your layouts.
THIS TEMPLATE ONLY WORKS IN FOTOFUSION. Sorry!
A Happy New Year Everyone!