Moxxie Muse Susie Bentz hosting the blog today.
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.
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