Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Celebrate Card for Miss Kate Cuttables

Hello everyone! I have a new project up at Miss Kate Cuttables today that is so completely adorable.

Here's a sneak peek:

Celebrate card for Miss Kate Cuttables -- www.MightyCrafty.me

This card came together super quick with some adorable cut file sets from Miss Kate Cuttables, cardstock and pattern paper scraps, and of course, my favorite Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Frayed Burlap.

And now, you'll have to head over to the Miss Kate Cuttables blog to see my card. Let me know what you think!

Until next time -- stay crafty,
Lissa :)

Note: This post does include affiliate links. If you buy an item through these links, I will be paid a small amount in advertising fees. All opinions are my own.  I appreciate your help in support of this site. Thank you!

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Funny Face Layout for Miss Kate Cuttables

Hello everyone! I have a new project up at Miss Kate Cuttables today that is super fun with lots of bright colors.

Here's a sneak peek:

Funny Face layout by Lissa for Miss Kate Cuttables -- www.MightyCrafty.me

I used the We Will Rock You September 2014 kit from ScraptasticClub to create this layout, plus lots of cut file from Miss Kate Cuttables. I just love it!

I hope you'll have to head over to the Miss Kate Cuttables blog to see my project. Let me know what you think!

Until next time -- stay crafty,
Lissa :)

Monday, September 15, 2014

Sketch N Scrap Challenge #65

Good morning! I'm excited today to be sharing a new layout based on the Sketch N Scrap sketch challenge #65. This is the second sketch challenge for the month of September -- and it was so fun to work with!

Sketch N Scrap sketch challenge #65

I love the circles on this sketch! So fun. Here's what I created based on the sketch:

All Star layout for Sketch N Scrap sketch #65 -- www.MightyCrafty.me

I used the Little Sport collection by Fancy Pants Designs to create this layout. It's a fun collection of sports-themed papers and embellishments. I just love it!

All Star layout for Sketch N Scrap sketch #65 -- www.MightyCrafty.me

All Star layout for Sketch N Scrap sketch #65 -- www.MightyCrafty.me

All Star layout for Sketch N Scrap sketch #65 -- www.MightyCrafty.me

So that's my layout for this sketch -- I love it! And now, head on over to Sketch N Scrap to see what the other talented designers created with this sketch...

Be sure to play along with the sketch challenge this month (and every month!) at Sketch N Scrap. Don't forget -- if you link up your creation at Sketch N Scrap, you'll be entered to win a great prize giveaway -- a new prize each month.

Until next time,
Stay crafty!
Lissa :)

Note: This post does include affiliate links. If you buy an item through these links, I will be paid a small amount in advertising fees. All opinions are my own.  I appreciate your help in support of this site. Thank you!

Monday, September 01, 2014

Sketch N Scrap Challenge #64

Wow! Is it September already?? This year is just flying by. Today, I'm sharing a new layout based on the Sketch N Scrap sketch challenge #64. This is the first sketch for the month of September -- and the sketch is awesome, as always!

Sketch N Scrap Challenge #64

Each month, Sketch N Scrap offers three layout sketches and two card sketches to challenge your creativity. And if you link up your creation at their site, you'll be entered to win an awesome prize package -- a different prize each month.

Here's the layout I created based on the sketch:

Ice Hockey layout for Sketch N Scrap Challenge #64

I had these photos from a hockey game this past winter, and when I saw these awesome Paper House Productions hockey stickers, I knew this page would be so easy to put together. I love it! The hockey papers in the background are from Me & My Big Ideas and Karen Foster, and I used a tab punch by WRMK for the date tab.

Ice Hockey layout for Sketch N Scrap Challenge #64

I love all the dimension you get from these Paper House Productions stickers. So awesome!

Ice Hockey layout for Sketch N Scrap Challenge #64

So that's my layout for this sketch. It was so fun to put together! And now, head on over to Sketch N Scrap to see what the other talented designers created with this sketch...

Be sure to play along with the sketch challenge this month (and every month!) at Sketch N Scrap. Don't forget -- if you link up your creation at Sketch N Scrap, you'll be entered to win a great prize giveaway -- a new prize each month.

Until next time,
Stay crafty!
Lissa :)

Note: This post does include affiliate links. If you buy an item through these links, I will be paid a small amount in advertising fees. All opinions are my own.  I appreciate your help in support of this site. Thank you!

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

PTO Bulletin Board for Miss Kate Cuttables

Hello everyone! I have a new project up at Miss Kate Cuttables today that is just a little bit different from my normal monthly projects -- it's a fun bulletin board for our school lobby.

Here's a sneak peek:

PTO Bulletin Board for Miss Kate Cuttables


I used some adorable cut file sets from Miss Kate Cuttables, lots of cardstock, and of course, my favorite Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Frayed Burlap.

And now, you'll have to head over to the Miss Kate Cuttables blog to see my project. Let me know what you think!

Until next time -- stay crafty,
Lissa :)

Note: This post does include affiliate links. If you buy an item through these links, I will be paid a small amount in advertising fees. All opinions are my own.  I appreciate your help in support of this site. Thank you!

Friday, August 15, 2014

Sketch N Scrap Challenge #63

Hello everyone! I'm back today with a new layout to share based on the Sketch N Scrap sketch challenge #63 -- the third layout sketch for August. I love creating with new sketches -- and this one really sparked my creativity. :)

Each month, Sketch N Scrap offers three layout sketches and two card sketches to challenge your creativity. And if you link up your creation at their site, you'll be entered to win an awesome prize package -- a different prize each month.

Here's sketch #63:

Sketch #63 by Sketch N Scrap

And here's my layout based on the sketch:

Surf Sand Sun layout for Sketch N Scrap Challenge #63 -- www.MightyCrafty.me

I just love it! These are vacation photos from last summer and I wish we could get back to this beautiful beach -- or any beach! For now, I'll have to be satisfied with scrapbooking the photos instead. :)

I used the Paradise Beach paper collection by Echo Park to create this layout. Such a fun, summery collection! I used Sprinklers from October Afternoon in Comet Tail to mist the border strip behind the title, and also used the Relax die set by Quickutz from forever ago to create the little embellishments. They turned out so cute! I used the alpha stickers from the Paradise Beach collection for the title, but I also die cut the SUN letters from craft foam (from Michael's, in a multi-pack) using the Mary Jane lowercase alpha die set by Quickutz. I added in a few shaped paperclips from Freckled Fawn and a flair button too.

Surf Sand Sun layout for Sketch N Scrap Challenge #63 -- www.MightyCrafty.me

Surf Sand Sun layout for Sketch N Scrap Challenge #63 -- www.MightyCrafty.me

Surf Sand Sun layout for Sketch N Scrap Challenge #63 -- www.MightyCrafty.me

Love that crab!! Just too cute. So that's my layout for this sketch. And now, head on over to Sketch N Scrap to see what the other talented designers created with this sketch...

Be sure to play along with the sketch challenge this month (and every month!) at Sketch N Scrap. Don't forget -- if you link up your creation at Sketch N Scrap, you'll be entered to win a great prize giveaway -- a new prize each month.

Until next time,
Stay crafty!
Lissa :)

Note: This post does include affiliate links. If you buy an item through these links, I will be paid a small amount in advertising fees. All opinions are my own.  I appreciate your help in support of this site. Thank you!

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Congrats Card for Miss Kate Cuttables

Hello everyone! I have a new project up today at Miss Kate Cuttables -- an elegant card that I just love. Here's a sneak peek:

http://misskatecuttables.blogspot.com/2014/08/congrats-card.html

I used some adorable cut file sets from Miss Kate Cuttables, a Studio Calico 6x6 paper pad, a ribbon flower, some stick pins, and of course, my favorite Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Frayed Burlap.

And now, you'll have to head over to the Miss Kate Cuttables blog to see my card. Let me know what you think!

Until next time -- stay crafty,
Lissa :)

Note: This post does include affiliate links. If you buy an item through these links, I will be paid a small amount in advertising fees. All opinions are my own.  I appreciate your help in support of this site. Thank you!


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