Sunday, August 16, 2015

Project One Hundred Seventy

Hello friends .....
 
SO I am going to explain this project ... which might take a while. If you want to skip the back story scroll down to you see the picture ...
 
still here perfect .....
 
So I started my paper crafting life back in 2007 ...
I saw the ads for a machine called a Cricut ....
I had to have one ..... Black Friday 2008 Wal-Mart had them for a great price .... my husband bought me one ...so excited ... took it our of the box followed all the instructions .... and my paper didn't cut and what did cut stuck to the mat so bad it ripped coming off ... well I have no patience ...yes ... I know ... I will work on that (insert eye roll here). Well I told the machine what I thought of it in so many words and that is where I left my Cricut until 2010. I was border at home .... so I googled How to videos for the Cricut .... I found someone who called themselves My Pink Stamper .... I sat there watching her videos for hours .... went to my closest craft store with a huge list of must haves .... came home and looked up this company Stampin Up .... found my closest consultant and the rest was history ..... I found more blogs and started stamping and more things to buy .... them I started Disney Scrapping .... which I eventually changed the name to My Mouse Dreams.
Well Robyn ..... (Yes, in my head I call her Robyn) .... who I have been following ever since that day. Recently started back as a Stampin Up Demonstrator. So she challenged us to make a card using just the Neutrals.
 
Here is what I came up with
 
 
Paper Used all Stampin Up
Ink
Ribbon
Stamps
Flowers are Retired set Printed Petals
The sentiment is from August Paper Pumpkin Kit
Buttons
Are actually a bag of buttons from the Holiday catalog 3 years ago
Deck the Halls Collection ...
This tells me I need to buy some more recent sets LOL
 
Thank you for visiting
and
Have a Magical Day
 

1 comment:

  1. Oh how PRETTY!!! This is beautiful! LOVE those flowers... :)

    Theresa
    Theresa’s Crafty Creations

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