This card uses the "Happy Pawlidays" line. This line is so versatile! Not only is it awesome for your holiday pet photos, it can also be used for general Christmas. I love it when paper can be used for more than 1 reason!
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Merry Christmas HA-1460 Santa's Little Helper HA-1458 Pawliday Cutouts HA-1461
Hi, I'm here today to share a scrapbook layout with you. Moxxie's gorgeous new collection, Autumn Glory, was perfect for this page. My great-nephew, Milo, is dressed up as a gnome and sitting in a pile of leaves. He loved posing for the camera!
I used the Fanciful Flowers paper for the base of my layout. I think the cluster of flowers in the corner is so beautiful! I also love the distressed look to the background of this paper. Next, I cut banner pieces from the Season's Beauty paper, using the front and back of the paper. I added the word "Cutie" with the new White Alpha stickers and stapled the pennants to a piece of brown ribbon. I matted my photo onto a piece of gold cardstock.
Then I began die cutting. I cut leaves from Foliage in Flight, Season's Beauty and Bountiful Bouquet papers, inked the edges and folded them a little bit to add texture. I also cut a doily from the Bountiful Bouquet paper. I added the "Season of Change" and "fall frolic" stickers from the cardstock sticker sheet. Lastly, I fussy cut a flower from one of the stickers. I put the sticker on paper first to make cutting easier. The photo below shows how I clustered the items together.
I really love this new Moxxie line of papers and stickers! Autumn Glory is the perfect collection to use for fall photos!
Hi all!! Jen t. here. I am stopping by to share a fall card i made using the autumn glory collection. I just love the rich colors in this collection!
To make this card i first cut a piece of the fanciful flowers paper into a 6 x 12 piece and folded it in half ,using the floral design on the front bottom corner. Then i placed the beautiful autumn letter stickers to spell thank you . Next, i cut a piece of the barcode strip from the foliage in flight and cut it into a lil banner to put next to the thank you. I then fussy cut out the flowers from the corner of another fanciful flowers sheet ans popdotted it onto the base to give it dimension.
lastly, i used gold stickles to outline and highlight the middle flower and gold ink around the edges. I lastly, wanted to make the letters stand out more so I used a fine tip brown marker to outline the letters.thanks for stopping by and happy creating!
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Hello and good morning....
It's no secret of all, I am a Halloween LOVER, I love being scared, creepiness and The Walking Dead is one of my FAVE shows.
This past Halloween, my daughter decided to dress up as a Day of the Dead girl. I was totally excited and started pinning makeup ideas for her. She actually dressed in everything from her closet and then we just purchased the make up.
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As I'm looking at the (yes, I 'm using a non word here,) awesomely new Moxxie collections, it was a challenge to focus on one line of paper, they are wonderful. One stood out above the rest and guess what...it was the least expected one.
I am not into racing. I am a girly, girly girl. Pink, pink, pink! You get the idea. Although I am married and have an adult son, neither are into racing either. It's just not my thing, but...
I am into pin up girls, paper dolls, fashion, and anything vintage. So, here is my Racing "Betty".
When I saw this racing paper, I instantly fell in love with the checks and thought, "wouldn't it be great to have a dress in this pattern?" I set forth with my stamp and soon had a "Betty" reminiscent of , well, me.
I only used a small portion of this line, but used it to make everything, including her lips. I love the 3 x 5 cards because they have such great "words". Because of the card I picked out I had to use some caution tape.
I looked around in my junk drawer and found a key, placed a finish banner and my Racing "Betty" was complete.
I thought I'd share a layout today that shows Moxxie's Happy Pawlidays isn't just for scrapping Christmas with the pets, it works for scraping the kiddos too. Here's my Merry Christmas layout:
I'm a sucker for a good polka dot, and that red and green polka dot is awesome! I'm also a big fan of the Merry Christmas print. The font is so pretty for Christmas!
I created a little pocket behind the photo so I could slip some journaling in there. Once in a while it's just nice to have a little interactive element to a layout. The chevron stickers that are part of the Pawlidays Sticker Sheet are perfect for adding a pull tab like on my journaling card.
They're also versatile enough to be used for design accents, too. So, if you don't have pets, or if you just don't have many photos of your pets at Christmas, you can still make some pretty fun layouts with Happy Pawlidays!
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Hi all! It's Renee Robbins from Scrap Owl with some super creepy cards made from the brand new Moxxie Zombie Attack collection.
Isn't it SCARY that the summer is almost over?!!? Yep, I hate to break it to you, but this summer has flown by and now we are in the process of getting ready for back to school and (my favorite holiday) Halloween! Each year I send out Halloween cards to my nieces and nephews, so I was beyond excited to be able to play with the new Moxxie Zombie Attack collection.
An Eat-Your-Heart-Out Greeting
I've always wondered what a zombie valentine would look like, so when I saw the pocket page card that said, "Zombies love you for what's on the inside", I knew I was going to love this collection.
I used the Moxxie Zombie Attack Apocalypse patterned paper as the foundation for this layout. Then, I cut a 3.5 by 4.5 rectangle from the Moxxie Zombie Attack Dead Man Walking paper and distressed it. On top of that, I placed the pocket card cut from the Moxxie Zombie Attack Zombie Cutouts paper. Since this is a little more of a lovey-dovey zombie card, I used black ribbon to add a sweet little bow.
In this modern age you can't forget the hashtag... even during a zombie attack.
This card features the Moxxie Zombie Attack Hallowed Ground patterned paper for the foundation. The graveyard scene provides a perfect backdrop to make a simple and eye catching card. I used some Lady Bug colored irRESISTible colored texture spray from Imagine Crafts for the blood droplets. This textured spray doesn't dry flat, so it gives you an amazing look.
For the paper embellishments, I used elements from the Moxxie Zombie Attack Zombie Cutouts, the Dead Man Walking b-side for the fishtail banner, and the Zombie Cardstock Stickers. I placed foam tape behind a few of the elements in order to give the card a little more dimension. The hashtag is actually a die cut from the Top Dog Dies Photo Finishers Die Set.
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Seriously, I want to put the design of this zombie outbreak response team on the back of a shirt. I think I'll start my own zombie response club just for the gear.
For this card I used the rest of the Moxxie Zombie Attack Hallowed Ground patterned paper that I cut up for the previous card. Again, that graveyard background is so eerie! I then shredded the ends of the same black ribbon I used for the first card and adhered it to the foundation of the card. Finally, I put foam tape on the back of the response team sticker from the Moxxie Zombie Cardstock Stickers and attached it over the ribbon. It's all about LOVE - Looks Outstanding, but Very Easy.
I hope you are enjoying the new release as much as I am. The other Muses have put together some incredible projects to show you as well, so stay tuned!