Doesn't this card look like it has a real chocolate bunny on it?
There are many pieces to all of Moxxie's collections. There are several double sided papers, die-cuts and stickers. I picked my pieces from the "Spring Has Sprung" collection. I picked "Cottontail", *he is just too sweet* "Spring Fling" *such a pretty blue* and "Bluebird" *i think it looks like dyed Easter eggs* as my papers and the Double Sided Die-Cuts border *that looks like a fence*. I also got my Easter stamps (sorry I don't remember who made them), Ranger Distress Ink "Evergreen Bough", Tombow Stamp Runner Dot Pattern Adhesive and a water brush. I took out ribbon, but didn't use it.
I cut and layered all of the papers on a card base and stamped "Easter" at the top. Then, I colored the greenery on the fence with the same ink and a water brush. I adhered it across the bottom of the card. I had to, literally be restrained hold myself back from adding splashes of paint, ribbons, gauze, buttons, ink..... you get the point. But I wanted the artwork on the paper speak for its self. It is just that beautiful!!
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Good Morning! Today I've got two very cute and fun cards to share with you! I paired two unlikely new Moxxie lines together for these cards.... Grid Iron & Tiny Dancer.
Pairing these two lines together made the cutest Easter cards! Here's the first one...
I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the little bunny that I downloaded from Miss Kate Cuttables out of a sheet from Grid Iron, love the richness of that brown. Then I used a sheet from Tiny dancer to cut out the intricate egg. I tied a know in some ribbon and trimmed the ends and adhered it with a glue dot to the bunny. For the sentiment I used a stamp from a Stampin' Up! Stamp set- Just So Sayings and stamped it on a small piece of white cardstock that I cut the corners on to shape into a tag, punched a hole and threaded some linen thread through it then tied it onto the pink bow.
Want to see the next one? Ok, I won't tease you anymore. ;) Here's my 2nd card.
I used the scrap left behind from cutting out the bunny for the previous card to create this one. I layered it the pink cardstock that I used for my base and traced the bunny out and cut the shape out. I then adhered the brown layer on top of the pink, now my card front has a bunny shaped hole! ;) For the inside of the card I added a cute polka doted sheet from Tiny Dancer. Next, I added a little white pom-pom for the tail and tied a mini bow adhering it about where it's neck should be. Then I added 3 little enamel dots on the outside. Here's a look of the inside.
Just a little different but I love how cute and simple it turned out.
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Hi all , today i am stopping by to share a gate-fold card i made using the faith line. I just love the color combo in this collection! So pretty!
So i matched up my markers to the colors in the collection and colored an image from my stash. I then used the salvation paper for the base, the stripe paper from the edge of the holy bible paper then used the pray paper to back my doily egg.
Then i had fun embellishing it. Thanks for stopping by and happy creating! Jen T.
Hi All! Renee from Scrap Owl back with some more Moxxie fun! This time I'm sharing some springtime and Easter cards that I made with Moxxie's Homespun Easter collection.
Now I know I just told you that I used the Homespun Easter collection for all of these cards, but I have to admit that wasn't completely true. For the sentiment on this card I used one of the awesome rub-on's from Moxxie's Easter collection. However, the rest of the card is made completely from Moxxie's Homespun Easter. I had so much fun dressing up my little bunny friend and adding just a few special touches to make this card shine.
One of the things that I love about the Homespun collection is you don't really have to do too much to make it look amazing. The fact is, the design itself really does all the work. The cross-stitch patterns make the designs really stand out. Therefore, it so easy to create some fun, interesting, and clever greetings.
For my last card, I have once again paired a rub-on from the Easter collection with Moxxie's Homespun line. The pink swirled bunny and Happy Easter sentiment really pop when coupled with some white cardstock and foam tape!
I hope you are enjoying Spring and have some time to get crafty!
It's crazy to think that Spring is on it's way and creeping up on us so quickly. I decided to grab the Springtime collection and scrap an older Easter photo of our family (photo of when we were just a family of four).
Usually I totally distress up my pages, but with the bright colors and soft feel, I decided to go with a "clean" look to the page and papers.
I punched out a few butterflies to use as accent embellies along with just two word sticker strips:
and added some stitching around the border of the page:
Thanks sooo much for stopping by and I'm super excited for those spring colors to start popping up.
I have been a member of the Moxxie Design Team Team for the past 2 years and I have enjoyed every minute. The company is great, the products are fun and most importantly, I have been blessed to work with a group of very talented and generous designers who taught and inspired me every month. Today is my final post for Moxxie and I would like to share my favorite projects from each of my fellow Muses:
The first project I would like to share is by the talented Misty Rushlow. She used Moxxie's Road to Recovery collection to create this beautiful file folder mini-album and provided a step by step tutorial. I really think this is the perfect project for this collection. You can see her original post HERE.
When I think of Patti Hamil I think of lush, detailed, elegant layouts. My favorite happens to be the last project that Patti designed for Moxxie. She used the Fighting Back collection on this beautiful creation. You can see detail shots on her original post HERE.
I adore Rhonda Van Ginkel's special talent for creating the most amazing embellishment clusters! One of my favorite examples is this layout using Moxxie's vintage At The Ballpark Collection. You can see some detail shots at her original post HERE.
Moxxie Muse Mary Pat Siehl shared monthly creations based on her own sketches! She inspired me with this layout using the recently updated Soccer collection. You can see her original post HERE.
Cathy Harper knocked my socks off with this layout using the Reach for the Stars collection. It was never on the Moxxie blog,but it was shared on the Facebook page!
I love all of the layouts Rebecca Price submitted, but my absolute favorite was when she combined her mixed media stylin' with the grungy Basketball collection. Her original post takes you through the steps she took to alter the background paper!
Absolutely everything Dana Tatar creates is perfect down to the last detail...like the cool brads she used to embellish the tractor wheels on this layout using the new Down on the Farm collection. Her projects often include fussy cutting, florals and dimensional touches. You can see all the details on her original post HERE.
No other way to say it...Michelle James creates off-the-page projects that are off the hook! One of her recent projects, using the Easter-rific collection, makes me wish I was one of her peeps! You have to check out the original post for the details!
Last but not least is Moxxie Muse Ange Weisbeck. What I admire most is her ability to inject so much humor and personality into her layouts. She integrates a little bit of grunge and a lot of honesty and makes you feel like you want to know her family. She is amazing. This layout, using Happy Camper and Fish Stories, can be found on the Facebook page.
Finally, I will share one of my favorite layouts from my time with Moxxie, which happens to be one of the layouts I submitted with my original DT application! My boys were both wrestlers and I loved playing with both of Moxxie's themed collections: Wrestling and Born to Wrestle. You can see my orignial post HERE
Thank you so very much for the inspiration and friendship ladies!
Congratulations and good luck to the new team of Moxxie Muses! Enjoy the journey!
As always, I hope you find some time to play today! Susie
Now that you've got all those fun Easter photos it's time to put them to paper. I have these cute photos of my son with his chocolate bunny, so I picked out the adorable Spring Has Sprung line from Moxxie. I love it because it makes me think of chocolate. :)
This little guy is a total chocoholic. It's so funny and cute!
This line doesn't exactly scream boy, but this just shows you that you can do whatever makes you happy. I "dirtied" my background with brown mist splatter and inked all my paper edges with Vintage Photo distress ink. These chevrons were a border sticker that I cut apart and then adhered with foam dots to pop them off the page.
One of my favorite things to do to my photos is sand the edges a bit. Gives it a really cool look and here I added ink around the edges too. I also popped my photos off the page.
I used different alphas and the large & sign to have a bold title. (great way to use up alphas too!) Chocolate is Moxxie's brown rub-on alpha, I outlined them with a brown marker to help them stand out more.