I'm always surprised by how strong my family ties are. Considering we're miles apart and rarely see one another, we always seem to pick right up where we left off. One of the strongest bonding moments we had as a young family was when we went on vacation. My father, mother and brother took many adventures. When I first saw the Regency Collection I knew that the papers and embellishments would lend themselves well to some of my older photos from that time.
Here's is but one layout that I've been working on from this collection.
Now I did attempt a video, showing you just how to put this layout together. In all honesty, it wasn't my best production. But I'm putting it out here just the same. Take what you want from it. However, the one thing that is for sure...the REGENCY COLLECTION is FANTASTIC! Full of charm and family sentiment. A must have for your scrapbooking collection. Especially suited for heritage albums.
Remember you can get 20% off of the Regency Kit for the entire month of February.
Hi everyone! It's me Tonya and I'm back this month to share what I created using the Regency Collections that is 20% off this month over at the Robin's Nest and Heartfelt Creations which we are crossing promoting. I kinda went crazy this month with projects. Instead of just one I have the box I altered into a ATC holder, eight ATC cards and one card using all these wonderful products. If you are ready lets get started. :-)
For the ATC holder first I found a box that was 3 1/2"x5". Find the center of the box on the 3 1/2" side, mark and drew a line down to the other 3 1/2" side. Cut and then folded down on either side to make holder more sturdy.
I'm a crafty type of gal that loves textures, designs, fun colors combinations, altering things, sharing inspiring creative ideas with like minded crafty gals and guys too. I also collect scrapbook paper, vintage pages out of old books, found items and neat embellishments.
I always find time to craft whether its a few minutes or several hours. This is my creative escape and keeps me sane :-)
I made these adorable pages of my two little guys looking at books together. Weston and Kade are just 13 months apart and they love each other so much. They are always playing together. Weston can usually be found loving on Kade. I so love capturing pictures of them just like these ones below to make such great pages with!!
For these pages I used the Calamity Jane Stripe card-stock, and dew drops
These are such fun little shots of the boys! I added random dew drops, punched hearts and stamp shaped chipboard from Gina's Designs to dress up the page a bit without taking away from the photos.
I just added a few words for journaling down the left hand side and the boys names across the top right.
Here is just a close up of the cute embellishments for these pages.
Thanks so much to stopping by today and checking out the blog.
Aloha Robin's Nest fans!!! Cely here with my 2nd project for February! We're working with the Regency paper collection from The Robin's Nest!
Regency papers are 20% off in the store!!!
Watch the video below as I show you how to put together a quick and easy card using The Robin's Nest (amazing) paper! We are also sponsored this month by Heartfelt Creations and I'll be using one of their dies!
This month we are also working with Heartfelt Creations. I received the Post Card pre-cut set along with the Sweet Juliet Die. I wanted to focus on the papers, so I chose to use just the dies on this card.
I die cut some of the Baroque Specialty Paper using the Sweet Juliet Die and assembled 2 layers with a brad, adding them to the top panel. Some green foliage was added around the flowers. I also inked and embossed a chipboard arrow from Gina's Designs and stamped a sentiment on top. The panel was then added to the card front with foam adhesives for dimension.
Thanks for stopping by today. And don't forget to stop by the store to pick up these awesome goodies.
Welcome to my blog. I've been married to Gary for 37 years. We have a 22 year old Criminal Justice college grad and 9 year old pup.
I've been creating in some form since I was a child. It started with crochet, sewing, macramé and beading. Turning down a scholarship to the Fashion Institute of Technology, I became a business major managing several major corporations during my career; however, I always kept my crafty endeavors.
I love to teach classes and can be found teaching in my craft room as well as my local stores.
Hi guys! Aimée again with February's altered cigar box art using the Regency Collection and stamps from Heartfelt Creations. Don't forget, for the month of February you can get the Regency products right here and receive 20% off those products.
Let's get started! This collection was perfect for a vintage, romantic look on my cigar box. I had saved a card from a friend I got a few years ago that was the inspiration for this piece.
At the start of this year I joined a free-art-journal-workshop on Face Book called Journal 52.
What I love about the group is that there is no hurry to complete the weekly prompts, you work at your own pace, upload your photos and continue to be inspired by amazing artists!
This month's special, the Regency Collection, is full of rich colors and elegant papers and accessories. And since Keepsake Books are so popular, this line coordinated very well with that type of project. So here I am today (Ro from Toodle Noodle Creative!) to share my book with you.
Note: For the entire month of February, the items in the Regency Collection are 20% off!!!
Rather than reinventing the wheel, I am not including the step by step directions on the making of this book. There are plenty of guides and videos out there. The one I used for my basic layout is located on YouTube at My Sister's Scrapper. There are several videos in the series and they are very easy to follow. Here's mine:
I've been thinking about spring and all that comes with it. Bright skies, fresh air and lots of colors.
My first project this month is based around the birds of spring. When I first laid eyes on the Regency Collection from The Robins Nest. I knew right away that I wanted to create something that had some color, spark and royalty all wrapped up into it.
I think you will agree, that this charming card will be a pleasure to look at until those warm days finally reach us. You can see how I created this card, here is a full tutorial.
Don't forget, for the month of February you can get the Regency products right here and receive 20% off those products.
This is my project for the month. In the video Below I show You how you can Create a homemade stencil and add it to make a beautiful background as I did here. I hope you use your dies to make many Stencil in the future. If you enjoy to Art Journal look for my post. I will be sharing tips with you every month. Have fun creating ,and enjoy the process.