Jaded Blossom has these fun "We Go Together" stamp sets, perfect for an anniversary.
I cut the embellishments using my Cuttlebug. The donut is a LaLa Land Crafts die and the coffee cup is from Jaded Blossom's Coffee Dies. I also used JB's Card Mat dies and Panel Dies. Just some fun sequins and cute patterned paper from Doodlebug Designs finished the project.
Just follow the link above to join in this week's challenge.
I'm not too fond of actual resolutions but I am definitely a goal setter so that's what my project reflects.
I have used a Design Team Planner (from The Cutting Cafe) for several years. A planner makes being on multiple design teams a lot easier to stay organized and on top of posting dates.
Prior to the holidays I had my projects completed well in advance (sometimes a month) and it felt so good to know I was on top of my game. Not so much since Christmas so my GOAL is to get back to working ahead and avoiding the last minute panic. This is a new cover for my DT Planner.
For those of you in the mid west and north east US, this is appropriate as the temperatures are in the negative numbers - eeek! Here in northern CA we have cold, frosty mornings but that's it. We've had so little rain here that our mountains are bare and the ski areas have had to make artificial snow to attract skiers and snowboarders.
Enough weather, let's get to my challenge image.
I colored with Copic markers and used die cuts from LaLaLand Crafts to create this little scene.
What better way to get ready for a new year than with a Calendar challenge.
I love using my Webster's Pages Planner. I have always used a planner (guess it's all those years of lesson plan books!), but don't always take the time to decorate the pages. Well, this challenge gave me the opportunity to not only decorate the January pages but to also use up a lot of my extra die cuts. Most of the cuts are from LaLa Land Crafts.
I hope you'll join our Calendar challenge - don't forget to use a die cut.
I was thrilled to be asked to be a Jaded Blossom guest designer today.
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas.
Santa has always left blank Thank You notes in my daughters' stockings. Since they were little, we felt it was important that the first thing they did after Christmas was to write notes to the people who remembered them with gifts. This tradition has carried into their adult lives as well.
I designed two Thank You cards to share with you today.