Today I want to share a few of the projects I've made with the newest lines.
This fun layout using the new Magical Moments line was a based on a sketch from My Scraps & More sketches. Such a fun design and so easy to use the great graphics on the paper as my main design element.
This one from the All Star Baseball line was super fun to put together! I love these photos of my son doing his "thing" at catcher. He really loves it and this line makes it so easy to build a great page of memories.
And my favorite line from the release, Fastpitch!
I just LOVE this line! The colors are fantastic and play to the sport not team colors, so it really goes with whatever color your team may be.
I created this fun page using the line and it's fun quotes.
I think this is my favorite project with the line tho. I love this fun spin on a new song and had a blast making these for my daughter's softball team this season.
This is my last post as the Moxxie co-ordinator.
I'm definitely sad to go. My love for the Moxxie company, products and people I have had the privilege of working with will be lasting.
I love this craft and the friends I've made through it.
Just for fun, I thought I'd leave you with the layout that got it all started for me and it's still one of my favorites:
Good Morning! How was everyone's Memorial Day weekend? It was quiet and rainy around my place, but very welcomed. The kids are mostly done with activities and out of school for the summer. I'm ready for life to slow down for just a little bit! ;)
Today I want to share with you some really fun Birthday cards I made using one of Moxxie's new lines- Magical Moments.
This line is so bright and colorful! I love how the colors are perfect for summer but it's the perfect line for any Disney trip layouts or projects! Such a cute fun line. Want to see the cute Birthday cards I made using that adorable line? ;)
The really awesome part is when you open them! I used the same technique on all three for the inside but they all look different. We'll start with the first card on the left. The base of this card is black cardstock I then cut out a piece from the Magical Moments Cutouts and layered. Next I stamped the sentiment right onto the cutout.
Now for the inside.....
I created a little "gift" with some balloons that I cut out freehand out of some of the scraps I had from this same line. Then tied on some bakers twine to the ends of them and stamped my sentiment along the top.
For the next card I started out with a red sheet of cardstock for the base. I then rounded up some scraps I had and cut the ends to created little banners. Then using a black journaling pen to create some faux stitching around the edge.
Onto the inside. I love stars!
Last but definitely not least..... For this one I used a yellow cardstock base layered with a piece from the sheet Dreams Come True. Next I added "Happy Birthday" using Moxxie's Black Alpha's. I then used the banner from the sticker sheet, added some Imaginisce jewels in between each one and a few by the sentiment.
If you thought one "gift" was cute, in the first card you'll really love this one! I love how adorable the gifts look stacked up. I wrapped some ribbon on each one and added bows, to really make them look like gifts
Now I told you at the beginning that I had used the same technique for the inside of all three cards. I found this awesome pin on Pinterest and had to give it a try. To see it ClickHERE.
I loved how fun and easy these cards were to make!
Hello and good morning.... I'm sharing a layout with you using the All Star Baseball collection. My son is a huge baseball lover and enjoys playing the game, esp his position of catcher. He started playing a few years back and just loves the action of catching, and we've really seen him improve at it this year, esp playing on the large field.
I decided to use a chevron focal point down the side of the page, pointing to the word baseball:
I used a red pen to outline some layered circles to focus in on the photo:
I have to say I am sooo in LOVE with this line, it's great and so fun to work with. Thanks sooo much for stopping by and have a great day!!!!
Springtime is a wonderful time of year, new newness everywhere.
New flowers, new babies at the zoo, new nice weather and it's a season of new craft materials!
So, along with Moxxie's new Magical Moments line I also tried a new tool too.
(But, this post isn't about the tool!)
I love how Moxxie has been incorporating 3 x 4 card sheets and titles, along with new alphas, because it opens up to a whole new generation of crafters! I cut up my 12 x 12 papers to fit into a 12 x 12 clear page protector and used a fun new tool to "fuse" my personal size pockets.
I used Moxxie stickers on the outside of the protector and paper elements on the inside.
I also combined the original Magical Moments line with the new, they went together flawlessly.
I love the new alphas that came with this line but couldn't help myself by adding the older one too.
I love the custom look of this and can't wait to see a whole book of this concept!
I started by cutting the dreams come true paper down the middle longways at the 6 inch mark (cause you know i love making 6x6 cards) and used the right half with the castle and folded it in half. I then cut a piece of the left bottom of the same sheet of patterned paper and made a mat for the inside of the card.
inside of card
I then used the banner sticker from the magical cardstock stickers elements and black alpha stickers for the front and inside sentiments. Lastly, i highlighted how pretty the paper is by using silver stickles, black stickles and crystal effects along with a few sequins and handmade lil flowers.
With summer vacation right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to share a layout of my kiddo at Day Camp. It's a Christian themed week long Day Camp, so I decided to play around with Faith for this one.
Faith is one of my all time favorite collections. The colors are just so very lovely, and it is so easy to work with!
I used pops of yellow and aqua to frame my photos and give a bright feel to the whole thing. To ground my title, I added strips of paper behind the words.
I love that the bright colors make Faith work beautifully for a fun summer (and faith) themed layout!
and a beautiful time of year to share with you our 2015 Spring Releases!
Make sure you read to the bottom to find out how to WIN one of these fantastic NEW lines!!
To start you off we'll show you the ever so fabulous and highly popular
All Star Baseball line!
It's a Home Run hit with this line! Not only does it cover all the bases (get what I did there?) for your favorite baseball player, but the B-sides of this line are perfect for celebrating this July or any other patriotic moment. Plus, what's more American that Baseball?
Next up we have the ever so popular Magical Moments!
This fun, bright, starlit line is sure to be a big hit with the little and big kids alike!
This line covers all of your magical moments at home or on vacation.
Last, but totally awesome, is the Fast Pitch line!
This line has the perfect colors and sayings to make your awesome player the star of the page just like they are on the field! Balls, stitched patterns and fun sayings, this line is off the bat and outta the park!
Join us in showing off these fun new lines!
You can leave a comment on each of our designers' blogs for an extra entry into our giveaway.
Some of these photos are sneak peeks, but all of the details for each project will be on their blogs so just click their name to head over and check them out.
Hi All! Hopefully you're enjoying this beautiful spring weather we're having. When it's not windy, I love to take my scrappy materials outside, breathe in the fresh air, and really see how my scrappy bling sparkles in the sunlight. Anyone with me? Anyone? LOL
Today, as promised, I'm sharing another section from my greeting card envelope album. This section highlights all the work, and fun, my Phi Theta Kappa alumni association accomplished at a recent student leadership event.
As you can see, I used Moxxie's Winterland collection as the base for this section. Even though the event was held in October, ice skating and Frozen were running themes throughout the weekend so I wanted to capture that with my materials. However, I also worked in elements from Moxxie's new Volleyball line to highlight some of the key moments of our "down" time.
For my journaling, I wrote out a card and placed a picture on the back of it. Then I attached a vellum pocket to the page and placed the journal card inside. This way, when somebody pulls the card out, they can still see the skates behind the envelope.
I tried to keep the back side of the insert as simple as possible because the front already has a ton of layers. One thing about this type of mini album is that it bulks up fast! Or, it may just be that I have a secret obsession with foam tape - that isn't too much of a secret, though.
Again, I opted to stay with Moxxie's Winterland collection, using the a-side of Frozen. I used a strip of washi tape to give some foundation for the Moxxie Grey alpha stickers to create my title. I can honestly say that I LOVE the Moxxie Grey alpha stickers. They just seem to match everything.
Alright, scrappy friends! I hope you like this section of my album and get inspired to make your own. It's a great project and so easy to fill!!
Hello! Samantha here today to share a layout with you. Spring is in the air and so I thought it would be lots of fun to use Moxxie's Springtime to scrap a few photos that my niece took of my boys. She was watching them for me one day, and they made some really fun bird feeders.
The sweet, cheery birds from Springtime were just right to scrap about their bird feeder making exploits. My boys will only let me get away with the smallest amounts of pink and purple on their layouts, so picked out the pieces from Springtime that were predominantly blue, green, or orange to frame my photos.
This little birdie journaling card was just right for my layout, but it was surrounded in purple, so I trimmed around the the very edge of the card (and the bird's tail).
I love the little chevrons that you can find on many of Moxxie's sticker sheets. They always seem to be just the right embellishment for a project. Here I also added a few enamel dots to them as well.
Have you used Moxxie's springtime yet? I'd love to see what you've been creating with it!