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Friday, August 14, 2015

School Rules Blog Hop- 1st day of School-2nd part


Welcome to the School Rules Blog Hop




School has started in many places!
Join us as we fill our backpacks with
pencils, rulers, and notebooks of every color.
Showing off projects to inspire kids and their mothers.
because School Rules, you can see it on our faces!


You should have come from Haidee-http://created2bunique.blogspot.com.

but if you need to go the beginning of the line

Connie Can Crop is the line leader on this School Rules Blog Hop.

This is a one day blog hop and I appreciate your leaving a comment for all of these fantastic ladies who are here sharing their School themed ideas and creations. 



I have a fantastic sponsor for this hop, The Paper Nest Dolls!!

They will be giving one lucky winner a $15 gift certificate to spend in their fabulous shop!

Be sure to check out their adorable stamps at The-papernest.com

What do you need to do to win? Easy... become  a follower of each of the fabulous blogs in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects.

You will have until 12:00 am Monday to finish the hop and leave your comments.

Winner will be announced on Wednesday here at Connie Can Crop.


Be sure to follow everyone and leave a comment along the way!


Here is my project:



I had made the other side of this layout previously as my project for Connie Can Crop Design team, back in July.

Now I used this cute doll from The Paper Nest Dolls, our monthly sponsor. She is so cute, isn't it?

I used my iPad's cricut app to design this layout, similarly as I did the other side and cut it

in my Explorer. I used the Artbooking Cartridge (CTMH).

I design this project while waiting for my car at the dealer and it took me no time to cut it.




I used for the first time this chalk kit, i bought a while ago and fixed the shalked up doll using hairspray...

I want to add some pictures later, so I did this wonderful trick to momentarily stick all pieces and them I can just go back and peel off the tape backing and add the pictures behinds the grid and the frame...



I can add up to 4 pictures behind the grid or more if I add some smaller picks...





Other materials I used from my stash...



CMTH papers


Both layouts together:






Here is our complete line up in case you get lost along the way:






Thursday, August 13, 2015

Goody Envelope for Back to School- CC3C 34

Dear scrapers,

Using the CC3C challenge 34 from the dear Tim Holtz book page 48, Monoprint layering stencil technique,

 I designed an apple embellistment for the second goody bag envelope I made for my son's teacher:

The paints i used for this project:

The stencils I used:

I added some stamping to the image as well:

 A closer look to the final project:

The back of the envelope:

The paper I used:

The cuttlebug I used for the apples and the books, which I got from Connie's ebay store here.

The sponsor for this challenge is:

The Funkie Junkie Boutique
The Funkie Junkie Boutique  Linda Coughlin, has a "fabulous $25 shopping spree for one very lucky CC3Cer!" and btw, thank you Linda, I am now back in town and want to visit your online store soon :-)

I am also entering this project to the following challenge:


Mixed Media Monthly Challenge #15 - "Get Texty": 




Thank you for visiting me today.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Back to School- Goody Envelope (CCC-DT)

Dear scrapers,


Today is my day to post with Connie Can Crop

My children went back to school today, thus I wanted to send sweets I got for their teachers from Mexico.
However, I had a difficult time finding the right shape for a 6" diameter circle, until a remembered a pin I saw in pinterest about using envelopes for wrapping cookies. and Voila this is my take to this idea:


The back:

How I made it 3D:


A closer look to the watercolored stamped digital image:

I used some techniques from Tim Holtz for the watercoloring.

The paper I used:

The cuttlebug I used for the apples and the books, which I got from Connie's ebay store here.

I really enjoyed playing with this Digital Stamp from "Paper Nest Dolls" Stop by her site today and see all the wonderful images she has on her site...

I am entering this project to the following challenges:

Decorate to Celebrate: Challenge #106

Mixed Media Monthly Challenge #15 - "Get Texty": 



Stop by Connie's blog and give her some sugar ;-)
Thank you for visiting me today.