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Hi, it's Joan, and I'm here to share a scrapbook page about my daughter. She loved horses and was in a 4-H horse club for six years. She rode English and Western. We were at horse shows every week-end, all summer long. In this photo, she is barrel racing on her first horse, Paul.
For this page, I used three papers from Moxxie's new Grid Iron line, along with 100% Country from Western Round-up (the plaid paper). The large orange paper is from Autumn Glory. It's nice to mix and match papers from different lines and have them go together wonderfully!
I distressed the two photo mats by running my fingernail along the side of each paper. I ripped some spots and then inked with dark brown ink. Finally, I added some blue twine and silver metal dots to the page.
Did you know that Moxxie is sponsoring Let's Get Sketchy? That's right and we have donated the awesome Zombie Attack line to one super lucky winner!
All of the details on how to win are up on their blog. Swing over and check it out. But before you go we wanted to share with you what some of our designers have done with one of Let's Get Sketchy's sketches. Here's the sketch they provided for us:
And here's what our wonderful designers have done:
Don't miss our Halloween inspiration and your chance to WIN here!
Hi All! Renee Robbins back from Scrap Owl with a smart little layout featuring the new Moxxie Brainiac collection.
I pulled this layout together to showcase my little man's first day of school this year. (Isn't he just an amazing little guy!?!) We even took a little "selphie" before he made is way in.
Add Moxxie Brainiac to Your School Supply List
The Moxxie Brainiac collection is an amazing theme line for all your school needs. Over the last few weeks we've already been amassing piles of "school projects" that my little guy has created during his time in preschool, and I've been using the Moxxie Brainiac collection to give some of our favorite pieces a permanent home in his scrapbook.
Combining Moxxie School Zone
For this layout I also included the large circle sticker from the Moxxie School Zone #2 Cardstock Sticker set. The Moxxie School Zone line and the Moxxie Brainiac collection use many of the same colors and even some similar elements so it's easy to combine the two together. Actually, the orange piece sandwiched in the middle of all the layers is Moxxie School Zone Second patterned paper!
I like to decorate my house with all kinds of creepy crafty projects in October. I have always liked the look of mason jars that have been mod-podged with tissue paper and turned into candle holders, and I figured the zombie theme would look fabulous that way!
These are easy to make, just take an old mason jar, or other glass container. Tear tissue paper into strips, and use mod podge painted onto the glass to adhere it. Once dry, you can decorate the glass further. I of course, went with Zombie Attack stickers and a ripped black doily. Add a tealight at night and it looks perfectly creepy!
Welcome to the Moxxie Halloween Hop & Challenge! We have a fantastic line-up this month!! You won't want to miss a single project. And of course we have an awesome prize up for grabs! Your choice of Zombie Attack! or Autumn Glory!
Details on how to win at the bottom of the post.
And now for our fantastic line up: Just click on the Muse's name to head to their blog for details.
Want to win one of these gorgeous lines? To be eligible to WIN all you have to do is comment on the Moxxie blog. (US addresses only please)
Extra chances to win include: Comment- on any (or all) of the designers blogs Facebook- share the blog hop post (let us know by leaving a link on the Moxxie blog) Pinterest- pin any (or all) of these wonderful projects (leave a link for each pin on the Moxxie blog) Challenge- Enter your Halloween project in our challenge! 3 extra entries if you use MOXXIE product! Link directly to your project or project post. (link up using the inlinkz tool at the bottom of this page)
Thanks for joining us! We can't wait to see your Halloween projects. Happy Scrapping!
Fall weather and decorations are in full swing at our house. I love just about every season, but I think I love decorating for fall the most! My front door, however was seriously lacking. I decided to fix that by making an autumn leaf wreath for my front door.
I started with a plain foam wreath. I wrapped it in strips of burlap (I was out of burlap ribbon, so I just cut strips from a giant piece of burlap that I had). This is the back side of the wreath, so you can see what I mean.
Then, I cut about a gazillion leaves with my Silhouette Cameo from 3 different sheets of Autumn Glory. Since this will be hanging on my front door, I used hot glue to attach the leaves to the wreath. It seems to hold up the best to lots of temperature changes.
Now I have a fancy new autumn leaf wreath for my front door.
The latest Volleyball linefrom Moxxie is just amazing!!! The only problem... I don't have any volleyball pictures... booo!!! But that was not going to stop me from using this line. So I decided to make a fun non sporty card with it.
I came up with this card, that could be used for almost any occasion:
I used several of the B sides of the line, and just loved the flames from the Volleyball Cut outs paper, and just trimmed off the actual volleyball.
And then just topped off the card with a bit of twine and enamels:
How fun is that??? You have a card perfect for anyone- boy or girl!!!
Thanks sooo much for stopping by today, and remember, the sports lines can be used for anything!!!
I am so excited to put up my fall decorations, to take walks in the crisp cool air and watch the leaves fall! That is why I love this sayin on the sticker sheet.- Every leaf speaks to me, fluttering from the autumn tree -. So I just had to add it to a card.
I made a 6 x 6 using the backside of the football paper from the grid iron collectionand then cut another and glued them back to back so the same pattern would be on the inside too. next, I took different strips of patterned paper from the autumn glorycollection and a bar code strip where i layered and distressed them . Then, I picked out the saying sticker and added that to the leaf patterned paper. I then, gathered a piece of burlap ribbon and added a flower I made using the grid iron paper to anchor the card. next, I inked and distressed around the card and then added stick-on pearls pretty it up some more.
lastly, I took a journal card from the grid iron collection and added it to the inside to have area to write a note. thanks for stopping by and happy creating!! jen t.