Saturday, November 28, 2009

THANKSgiving Turkey layout

I think I'm on a roll... I have another layout ready for eBay! It is a very similar to last year's, but I changed up the cardstock colors, did different ribbon, & added cuter eyes to the turkey's. I still have these Turkey cut files for sale over at The Paper Piecing Beehive along with the darling Pilgrim & Indian Accessories.

Shhhh, I cut this title & my turkey's last year...
I just changed their eyes! :)
I love my Cuttlebug Embossing Folders...
the Swirl is the best!
Sewing & brads...
I love popdots!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Family Traditions layout

I am going to be posting this layout on eBay which I have done in a VERY long time! I designed these Pilgrim & Indian outfits to fit my bears and bunnies which you can get the files over at...
The Paper Piecing Beehive

If you don't want want the whole layout but want the Pilgrim and Indian paper piecings separately, I will be selling them on eBay as well but precut & unassembled. I will have a link soon or you can just email me if you are interested.

I hope you enjoy my layout but most of all, I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

NEW KNG kit... Magic of Christmas

I love, love, LOVE this kit... I know I always say that, but I really do love this one! If you would like to see what is included in the kit and another example visit...

Kits N Giggles
to get the latest kit called
Magic of Christmas

And FYI...
we still have a few more kits left from summer
& Halloween, so get them while you still can!

Here is what I made using the kit...
Shay was 2 in these pictures... she sure has grown!
The snowman (Frosty) and the gingerbread man (Gingy) are the included precut unassembled paper piecings. The tree is part of the template that you can trace.
Popdots are wonderful to make these squares... well, pop!!
These are the things I used to spruce up my paper piecings. Of course I inked the edges, but then I used a white Zig Writer Chalk Collection to trace Gingy and highlight the scarf & hat of Frosty. I also used red Diamond Glaze on Gingy's nose and pink on the star on the tree. But what was really cool was using Snow Writer (you can get at Michaels) on the white frosting of Gingy to make it look like real frosting... so fun! You could use puffy paint too!
Here are so more things I used:
Swirl Cuttlebug Embossing Folder for the tree
Imaginese Glitter Brads for the buttons on Gingy and the tree.
Little black brads for the cole on Frosty

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Major Cutie Orange Tutu set...

A couple years ago, I saw this onesie and thought of some friends of ours who didn't have kids yet (he is in the military), but I liked it so much I bought it and saved it. Those same friends are now expecting a baby girl. So I pulled it out expecting to give it to them but realized I needed to girlie it up a bit, so I made the orange tutu and the cute orange polka dot flower hair pretty. I LOVE it and think it is adorable... what do you think, do you think they'll like it??