Ready to Fly

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

There's a new Product Spotlight at Paper Issues today. I had to join the fun highlighting the WRMK Stitch Happy and all it's accessories! 

I am not even going to pretend that I sew. That's why this machine is perfect for me. Paper is my jam, and now I can machine sew right onto mu layouts.  Today I played with the Metallic gold thread and the Mint Baker's Twine.  I could have stitched a border all the way around and called it done. Instead, I used the twine as the border for my page, letting it drop and twist as I unrolled the spool. I sewed over the twine using the gold thread and the small zig zag stitch in 3 places.  

My choice with the twine and thread compliments the Crate Paper Oasis . It's loose, silly and free, like a California beach day. 



I quite enjoy traveling by myself. It's a quiet few ours to do what I want, uninterrupted. I like being up ion the air, seeing the clouds, the sun, and all the surroundings. It's peaceful to me, not stressful. Especially when I'm traveling home. 

Thanks so much of stopping by my creative view today. I've got some ideas swirling in my head, that will soon be put onto paper. Some back again to see what I made! You can get a StitchHappy and accessories in the Paper Issues shop along with mew PinkFresh! Use code DEVRA for 20% your purchase.


Supplies: PP, die cuts, stickers-Create paper, Stitch Happy& accessories-WRMK, flair-A Flair for Buttons, wood-Studio Calico, chipboard-Pink Paislee, Alphas-Thickers, Crate paper


Friendship

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Good morning! Tribes and tribal motifs seem to be fairly popular right now.  Did you ever realize you can be a part of more than one tribe? There's your family, but how about your tribe of friends, at work or school as well? Today at Get It Scrapped we are giving you scrapbooking ideas for telling your Tribe's story. Here is one of mine. 

They say you can't go home again, but after 5 years we went back to visit our friends in our old neighborhood. It was as if nothing had changed between any of us.

We are a group of friends who became each other's extended family. We all met as neighbors, but became friends because of our children, who were all about the same age, with some siblings not yet born. We all became closer friends, sharing challenges and experiences with each other, as our children continued to grow up together. Many times, we relied on each other for help, advice and so much more. Although we have since moved away, and the kids are not as close and they once were, we still talk often, by phone, text and email. 


This page is the result of the product choosing me, and not me choosing the product. I had a completely different idea in my head.  As I was flipping through my stack, I saw this paper. I cut it apart, selecting words that describe our tribe. I arranged them as best as I could to form a block that includes my photo. The words also act as embellishments so little else was really required. I even used the largest word, 'friendship' as the title. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. Head over to the Get It Scrapped blog for more ideas and inspiration from the rest of the creative team. Stop by again later this week to see more from me.

Supplies: Patterned paper, stickers and die cuts- American Crafts Shimelle, pen-Micron, adhesive-Recollections, EK Success

Rock Star Parking

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Well hello there! Its Scraplift Sunday at Paper Issues. Today we are lifting this lovely layout by Rachel Lowe

Oh I knew exactly what I was going do do when I saw this! I'd been staring at the Rock Star part of the Freestyle Skate cut file and now I had my chance to use it. I combined it with some Bella Blvd Alex from my stash and all the mobility related embellishments I could find. I finished it off with that cool silver thread that goes with the Stitch Happy sewing machine. 


 I choose  to look alternatively. We call this Rock Star Parking. And we say thank you to our son for being our Rock Star.

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. Come back soon, I've always got something to share. Join the challenge and all the fun in the Paper Issues Facebook group


Supplies: CS, Thickers-AMerican Crafts, PP, die cuts, stickers-Bella Blvd, enamel pieces-Simple, Stories, Bella Blvd, mist-Heidi Swapp, WRMK Stitch Happy.


Dude is Chillin'

Friday, August 11, 2017

Wahoo! We made it to Friday! Free File Friday that is! Paper Issues has a library full of FREE cut files. Today we are highlighting any cut file that can be used as a title. 

My title comes from the Freestyle Skate cut file. To be honest, I use 'dude' daily so it was easy for me to choose this. What I didn't expect to choose was Pink Paislee Summer Lights for this page! When I took a closer look at the Thickers, stickers and die cuts, I found icons and sentiments that were perfect! The peace sign hands, the 'chillin' die cut? I had to use them. To tie it all together, I sewed a border with the WRMK Stitch Happy using the grey Twine


I turned around one morning and found him on the couch like this. The funniest thing about it is he never sits on the couch like that! Everything about this is classic, and shows he pays attention to everything we do. That's where his brother usually sits!  

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view this week. Come back again, I have so much more to share!  There's so many new collections in the shop. Treat yourself and get 20% off your purchase when you add DEVRA at checkout.


Supplies: PP-Pebbles, Pink Paislee, stickers, die cuts, chipboard-PinkPaislee, Silhouette, WRMK Stitch Happy, mist-Heidi Swapp

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Judges Say...

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Yes! Im back again with another Paper Issues challenge, Pawsitively Pets. This month is all about our pets' adventures. Vacations, trips to the park, visits to the vet, just about anything.

The only way to do this page was with bright summer colors. Lucky for me, I have some! Pebbles Sunshiny Days and Echo Park Summer Dreams look great together. I mixed the big and small prints pretty randomly. Since the colors are so bold, I limited the embellishments. I played around with the title, using the WRMK Thickers alignment guide to curve it.  


I love my dog. He loves the water. Only we didn't know it until our first visit to my Dad's house. There was no coaxing him into the water. He got right in. All it took was throwing a ball and he was jumping halfway across the pool. Over and over he jumped in.

Thanks so much for being here again at my creative view. It's a busy month around here so come back again soon! Theres new stuff in the shop this week. Get some for 20% off using DEVRA at checkout.

Supplies: CS, alphas-American Crafts, PP-Pebbles. Echo Park, Stickers-Echo Park, flair-A flair for Buttons, Enamel dots-Freckled Fawn, MME, cork-One Canoe Two, mist-delusions


Boom!

Monday, August 7, 2017

Hey there and good morning! Welcome to the Paper Issues  new Issue : Summer In, Summer Out

What is Summer in, Summer Out? Well, here are some ideas: Show us your favorite summer activities, indoor and out; vacations/sight seeing/staycations, use the PI flamingo card.

It may be August, but it's never too late to share a 4th of July page! Fireworks are such a major part of  summer activities! So, this page came about because I got this song stuck in my head! It went from there to Pink Paisle Sweet Freedom, which led to the Boom! Fireworks cut file. Which led to this! I laughed at myself the whole time I was working on it. I was having way too much fun!


4th of July is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate. It's a true celebration of history and family. Its warm outside, the sun is usually out and the day is lazy and casual. What's not to love? I love fireworks and always have.  Our city does it's fireworks display a week later, which is ok with me. It's always a big deal to me to go see them. But this year no one wanted to go see them with me. I wanted to go anyway, so I went with my friends. 

Check out the blog for more great ideas of Summer In, Summer Out. Then check out the shop for new releases that you can buy for 20% off when you use DEVRA at checkout. Thanks =for stopping by my creative view today. Come back again later this week. I have more to share!


Supplies: CS-American Crafts, PP, stickers, die cuts- Pink Paislee, wood-Studio Calico, mist-Heidi Swapp, transparencies-Bella Blvd, Silhouette, alphas-Bella Blvd, Thickers

Dance to the Music

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Hello Hello! Happy Sunday. Make that a happy Scraplift Sunday at Paper Issues! I'm on the blog today sharing my take on this page created by Cat.


Oh, this page spoke to me. I even saved Pebbles Girl Squad specifically for this layout. I found it quite liberating to just add layer upon layer of paper, die cuts and stickers. I usually hoard them! So many that I may not have featured were perfect to add here! This page was an absolute blast to put together!

I might add that these photos made this layout all that more fun to do. As I mentioned, the birthday scrapping has begun. I love music and I love dancing. Most of the time I'm listening to music when Im home working, and when I scrap. But on my birthday, we played a game, and it involved 80's music, so of course, there was dancing!

As always, thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today.  Pebbles Girl Squad as well as Halloween and Christmas are in the Paper Issues shop. Get some for 20% off seen you use DEVRA at checkout. See you again soon!


Supplies: PP, die cuts, stickers-Pebbles, flair-A Flair for buttons, mist-Tattered Angels, Heidi Swapp


Berried

Saturday, August 5, 2017

I'm back again! Let's make it 3 days in a row! Today is one of our favorite challenges at Paper Issues. It's Sketchy Saturday. Here is this month's sketch


Believe it or not, I had a hard time wth this one! I don't know why either. So I would up with a very literal approach to the sketch and there isn't anything wrong with that. I grabbed a couple of colorful photos and a bunch of different Fancy Pants including Hello Sunshine and Dream Big and just began to cut and glue, layering and scattering asI went along. I'm pretty happy with the results.


I really am not an outdoorsy person. I appreciate nature's beauty, but prefer to look at it than immerse myself in it. But I really love fruit, especially summer fruit. When I learned of a raspberry farm nearby a few years ago, I went. Now its become an annual July tradition. I go for the fun and for the sheer fact that I can. It's raspberries for days afterward, in pie, jam and by the handful!

Thanks so much for being here with me and my creative view. Stop back again, I have so much to share. New Photo Play has arrived in the shop! Use my code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase!


Supplies: PP-Pebbles, Fancy Pants-Die cuts-Fancy Pants, stickers-Fancy Pants, Amy Tangerine, Flair-A flair for buttons, Fancy Pants, acrylic-ColorCast designs, mist-dylusions, Heidi Swapp

Scenes From a Party

Friday, August 4, 2017

Happy Friday! The new Scrap Soup challenge is up on the Paper Issues blog. It looks like 3 is the magic number this month!


Joy Parade has been on my mind. Maybe because I have all these party photos to glue down. Well, that's where I began. I layered the 3 photos over the 3-3" squares cut from 3 different patterned papers. I scattered and clustered 3+ embellishments. I finished it off with 3 fonts. What a fun way to do a page!

Fair warning. I have begun to scrap my most recent birthday and all of the festivities surrounding it. There will be many pages of this event. This is only the beginning, the decorations!  My sister and husband planned everything. The only problem was they don't listen very well. I told them they could decorate, as long as they didn't use any numbers!

Well. this is a fun challenge and you should pick up a few goodies and join the fun. Go to the shop and use code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase. Thanks for stopping by my creative view today. There is so much more to share this month so come back soon.


Supplies: CS-American Crafts, PP, die cuts, stickers flair-Fancy Pants, acrylic-Color Cast Designs, alphas-MAMBI, Thickers, mist-Heidi Swapp


Greenlake

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Hello there! It's my first August post and my first Paper Issues August challenge.  Notable Quotable is what's on tap today. Here is the quote we used for inspiration. I love the colors of  the sky and mountains. The quote written in white so you can see it clearly.  It's wonderful.

I was inspired by the water and fresh air part of the quote. Well, that and I really wanted to use the new Creekside by One Canoe Two with this photo. There is something about One Canoe Two that speaks to me. It's very sophisticated. The color palette is different. The colors are rich. The patterns range from small basic patterns to large elaborate florals and plaids.  Creekside can be used for any topic. Here I the backside of the Midnight Roses paper is the foundation of my page. I cut apart the strips from the Take Note paper, cut them in half again, placing them on either side of my photo. The rest are die cuts, stickers and Thickers. I love it!


This summer we decided to explore our own backyard. First stop was Greenlake park. We had driven by here a few years ago, but didnt stop. Call us crAzy. This park is beautiful. I think I read it's 3 miles around. There are paddle boats to rent, paddle boards also and a 'beachfront' area with lifeguards. That's just water activities! The park is huge, with many picnic and grassy areas. We walked about 1/3 of the way around, only because we didn't realize how big the park was. This will require a return visit for sure!

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. This is the first go many projects I'll be sharing this month to so I hope to see you back soon. Treat yourself to some Creekside or any of the other new American Crafts collections that recently arrived. They are 20% off when you use my code DEVRA at check out. 

Supplies: PP, die cuts, stickers, Thickers-One Canoe Two for American Crafts, Flair-A Flair For Buttons, mist-Heidi Swapp


Boys Will Be Boys

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Hello there! We are breaking design rules at Get It Scrapped today, talking about designing in groups of 2's and 4s.  Generally, groups in odd numbers are more appealing to the eye. Most of the time I use groups of 3 or 5. 

Using groupings of twos and fours works on this page seemed like a natural fit. I took my cue from the photo first, since it features 2 people doing the same thing. The first two letters of the word Boys in the journal card share the same bold font. Adding the two paper dolls there creates another clusters four.  I chose a cut file full of circles, representing the cheerios. I added 2 stickers in 4 places around the circle.  Lastly, I embellished 2 corners of the page, which pushes the viewers eye towards the center. 

Cheerios are my son's favorite food. He eats them with every meal.  One day after finishing a box, I put the empty box on my sons head. At first he didn't think it was funny. My husband decided he wanted in on the action, and put the box on his head too. Then it was funny!

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. I'll be back later this week with more. Check out the Get It Scrapped blog for more ideas and examples.

Supplies: Patterned Paper, die cuts, chipboard, and stickers -Crate Paper, pen and adhesive-EK Success, electronic cut file Paper Issues, Silhouette

Pajama Day

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Hey there! It's one of my favorite days of the week. It's Scraplift Sunday  at Paper Issues. Today we lifted Michelle's layout originally seen our Add It Up challenge.

I played with color today using Shinelle's Little by Little collection. The paper I chose had some of the stripes in the pattern, I added a few more to balance the color. The most fun I had was creating the embellishment border. I really chose purposefully, but placed pretty randomly. I love the way it looks!


Since my son was in Kindergarten, he fist day of summer vacation has always been Pajama Day. We make no plans, stay in our pajamas, eat silly food, and watch movies all day. There have been a years when we had to postpone by a few days, but we've always made up the day. I realized Ive never recorded this even and finally got a chance for a photo to go with the story. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. We'd love for you to join our challenges. You can find them in our Facebook Group in the July challenges album.  See you next week.




Clausterphobia

Monday, July 17, 2017

Good morning! Today begins round two of our  Let's Taco 'bout It Issue! Wow do I love our Issues. The topics are broad and well, puns! 

Here are some idea to get you started:
-use speech bubbles and/or phrase stickers 
-make a page about funny things kids say 
-4th of July/patriotic
-tacos and food in general
-use the PI taco card

I went with the idea of funny things kids say for my page. I started with my title, working our from there. So something Christmas maybe? Well, I have nothing Christmas themed. Next, ok, red and black? Bingo. How about some Fancy Pants Sweet Nothings. Check. What else can I add. Well, Im quoting what he said, show about a speech bubble and some punctuation. Check. Hmmmm, How about a bit of green to round out the traditional Christmas colors. Also check. Finished!


This would be an example of my love/hate relationship with Facebook. This popped up as a memory form 2013. And yes, He really did say this. He has come up with some doozies, but this is one of the best!

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. There are some great LO's on the blog. Check them out, then join us in our Facebook group for more challenge and inspiration. The more challenges you enter, the better your chances are to win prizes!  Keep your eye on the shop this week for new American Craft arrivals. Use my code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase.



School's Out for Summer

Thursday, July 13, 2017

I'm back! Did you miss me? I'm playing along with the Add It Up challenge today at Paper Issues. This is a great new challenge to help use up some of that stash!  



This month the challenge is to use at least 40 points in stickers. Challenge accepted. Challenge crushed. I have to say, being a part of this team inspires me. I think outside my box. Today I used the new Starburst background cut file , filling it with some Bella stickers from my stash. I so love that that colors are consistent collection to collection. The rest is a mash up of Bella Blvd products including Make Your Mark and Oh My Stars. I scored way more than 40 points, but did not continue counting after 100


This year we were all counting down the days until school ended. It seemed summer would never some. You know they are happy to be home when they LET you pose them for a photo!

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today! Come back again, I still have more to share. Join our challenges in our Facebook group for a chance to win monthly prizes. And always remember, when you shop, use my code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase!



Summer Fun

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Happy Sunday folks! Another round of Sraplift Sunday is up on the opaper Isseus blog. Today we are lifting a delightful page Stacie made.

When I first saw this  Pebbles Sunshiny Days Let's Float paper the only thing I wanted to do was cut it apart! I'm so happy to have had the inspiration to do so! I kinda feel like those photos are floating on paper water! I tucked some of the other papers from this collection behind the photos, added some of the chipboard stickers and a few ephemera pieces from Echo Park Summer dreams and called it done. The bulk of the work was fussy cutting the paper apart. But I love the look and the page!


I'm already missing the days of lazing in my Dad's pool with my guys. They are big now and want to laze by themselves! I guess that means I should take the time to relax my self!

Thanks so much for taking a look at my creative view today. I've got a lot to share this month, so come back again soon!


Supplies: CS-American Crafts, PP-Pebbles, Echo Park, Chipboard-Pebbles, Stickers and ephemera-Echo Park, Was-Freckled Fawn


Beach Boys

Friday, July 7, 2017

Hello there! Yep, back again with a TGIF edition. well, more like a FFF edition. That would be Free File Friday at Paper Issues

Today is all about stars. Here are just a few star cut files you can find in the shop

Today I used the Starburst Bubbles cut file as a stencil. I sprayed 2 colors of mist over it. So, so easy! Layers are the key to adding pattern and interest so there are several Bella Blvd papers and die cuts. I love these colors. There is something about navy, turquoise, green and orange that appeals to me. It looked a bit plain and I didn't want to matte the white onto patterned paper. Enter my mew favorite toy, the Stitch Happy Sewing machine! I bought some yellow ombre thread and that's all it took to finish this off!


Going to the beach with these guys isn't alway easy, but this day we had a great time! One loved the water and the other loved the sand. Cant really beat that. 

Thanks again for popping by my creative view this week. Come back again soon! I have so much planned! If you have an electronic die cut machine, head over to he shop to see what we have. While you are there, pick up some things for yourself! use code DEVRA at checkout for 20% off your purchase!


Supplies: CS & Alpha-American Crafts, PP, die cuts, enamel pieces, chipboard-Bella Blvd, mist-delusions, cut file -Paper Issues, Silhouette, Sewing machine-WRMK

Beggars

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Well, hello again! I love busy weeks like this. It means I have to make time to play with paper. Today is Pawsitively Pets day at Paper Issues. Now, this isn't any old 'scrap your pet' challenge today. Nope. This month it's all about the naughty things our pets do!

 the most part, my dog isn't that naughty. When he is, I'm not usually taking pictures of him! But while visiting family recently, he and his cousin were caught begging for food while we were cooking dinner!

I wanted this a little energetic. PhotoPlay Freestyle papers had the right colors and patterns I was looking for. I cut a few strips, then layers them. It looked a little flats I added some chipboard frames from my stash. Since it is a page about pets, it still needed to be a bit silly. I found a fun font in the Silhouette store to create the title. 


Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. I hope to see you playing along with all of our challenges this month. You can find them all here in the July Challenges album 


Supplies: CS-American Crafts, PP-PhotoPlay, stickers-Photo Play, MAMBI, Studio Calico, Flair-A Flair for Buttons, Silhouette, enamel pieces-KaiserKraft, Fancy Pants, Mist-Studio Calico, Heidi Swapp


Problem Solved

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Hey baby, It's the 4th of July! That's a song you know...Anyway, It's also the first Tuesday of the month which makes it Take 5 Tuesday at Paper Issues.  Here is this months board


For my page, I used 4. Sticker, 6. washi tape, 8. Layers, 10. Patterned Paper and 15. Grid Design.  Using multiple photos made choosing a grid design easy.  I could alternate paper and photos. Carta Bella Toy Box made it that much easier to do this. There are so may great themed and basic patterns in this collection, as well as stickers, chipboard, and enamel shapes. The page came together quickly. It's fun, and easy to see everything on the page.


 As my boys are getting older, there are more moments, less action. I have found myself looking through older photos lately.  There are some gems in my library. Like these. This kiddo amazes me every day.  Ive said it before, But I dont know what we would do without gears on a string. And I guess when you need a third hand to keep the string taut, you use your feet. Problem solved indeed.

Thanks so much for spending some of your July 4th with me and my creative view. I'm feeling very inspired by Toy Box and will be using it again. You can get some in the shop for 20% off when you use my code DEVRA at checkout. Be suer and add your projects to the July Challenges album  all month long.


Supplies: PP-BoBunny, Carta Bella, washi Tape-Amy Tangerine, stickers,, die cuts, chipboard-Carta Bella, Alphas-Thickers,  mist-Heidi Swapp


Shine

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Well Hey there! It's Sunday again. So yep, that means it's Scraplift Sunday at Paper Issues.  Today we are lifting a beautiful page by Mary Ann Jenkins. She has such a defined style making vintage feeling  papers and photos look current. 


Here is my page. I used a large 5x7 photo, so my papers are slightly larger. I liked on Mary Ann's page here paper went dark, light, dark. After choosing to use Fancy Pants Dream Big, I realized I needed to do the opposite, using light, dark, light. This collection has a nice combination of neutral colors, subtle patterns and very uplifting sentiments. I was able to use the floral ephemera die cuts to add more meaning to my page without detracting from the photo.


My Grandma gave me this photo shortly before she passed away. It's her Bat Mitzvah day, which happened to come just after her 80th birthday. When she was young, girls weren't allowed to be Bat Mitvahed. It's something she wanted to do, so she did. I know it was a proud day for her and mt Grandfather. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today. Come back again, its going to be a bust month. That also means you should probably head over to the Paper Issues Facebook group to check out all the happenings this month! You can find all the info in the July Challenge album


Supplies: PP, dies cuts, stickers-Fancy Pants

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Happy Birthday to Me

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Good morning and happy July! I'm kicking off the new month right with a page I made for the new Sketchy Saturday at Paper Issues. First let me show you the sketch.


Amy sure has a way with these sketches. It has such a festive feel to me so I created a very festive page. It's bright, colorful and silly, exactly like the photo I chose to use. Doodlebug Fairy Tales mixed with some Lawn Fawn had the right whimsy I was looking for.  I layered up several papers, and created a giant embellishment cluster. It didn't feel finished. I remembered I had some gold floss so I stitched some swirls, added some twine, then called it a day! Yay! It's such a happy page!


So yep, It was my birthday. I decided to ignore it by making fun of myself all day. I love my Letterboard and have had such fun playing with it. It was for sure the reason I even too this photo!

Thanks so much for stopping by my creative view today.  It's just the beginning of the month so come back again soon. Head over to the shop and get some new things to play with. It's always 20% off when you use DEVRA at checkout!


Supplies: CS-Bazzill, PP-Lawn Fawn, Doodlebug, die cuts, sticker and twine-Doodlebug, floss-DMC, alphas-trickers, PinkFresh, October Afternoon, flair-A Flair for Buttons, enamel dots-Doodlebug, Freckled Fawn, MME, Mist-Heidi Swapp

Spin City

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Hey there and welcome to he last June challenge at Paper Issues! It's another Product Spotlight and today we are focusing on ToyBox by Carta Bella. Talk about fun. It's vintage, but it's bright and colorful. A perfect combination to create pages about kids playing. The B ideas of the papers are fantastic basic prints in primary colors that are so versatile for any kinds of projects.

Today I used it for a toy themed page. I started with the Toy Time free cut file where I used the B-sides of the This Way Men  and No More Monkeys papers. After that, I used the Toys Everywhere stuck a few of the scraps behind the photo. I scattered all types of the embellishments around the page. Lastly, I played with some stitching on my Stitch happy sewing machine. I love the red twine thread!

In case you live under a rock, fidget spinners are THE THING right now. As they were originally designed for kiddos with special needs, and they happen to SPIN, I thought Id try them out with my guy. Yep, he loved them . So much, that we had to go home with not one, but two. Now to teach him how to use them. He thinks he's supposed to push the button in the middle to make it spin. this cold take all summer....

As always, thanks so much for being here today as I share my creative view. Well, I have to tell you, you need this collection. ToyBox is so much fun. I already have 3 other pages planned for it! You can get it for 20% off when you use my code DEVRA at checkout. 


Supplies: CS-Paper Accents, PP, die cuts, stickers, chipboard-ToyBox  by Carta Bella, Silhouette, Toy Time free cut file WRMK Stitch Happy sewing machine, WRMK thread, mist-Heidi Swapp


 
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