Guest Designing for Scraptownlady Scrapbook Store!

I am so happy to share that I am guest designing for a sweet online scrapbook store called Scraptownlady!

Cheryl, the owner invited me a couple of months ago and today is my day to share the projects I created with products I received, which I am so grateful.  So let me start by showing you my first card. 

My first card is created with beautiful Kaisercraft papers from the Marygold line.  I loved everything about this line, the colors, the patterns and it was fun to add some pretty Kaisercraft flower to top my bow and I also used some sticker leaves and the words as well.

My next card is also created with the same Kaisercraft Marygold line, however I had the pleasure of playing with a pretty stamp from Melissa Francis Pearl line called Just a Little Something.  Isn't she cute?  I colored her using Copic markers.  I also used some pretty My Favorite Things dies on these cards. On my first one I used Die-namics Fishtail Banners and on this one I used the Dizzy Doily.

I also added another Kaisercraft  flower to this card.  They are so pretty!!  And here is a close up of my card.

Now, before I let you go, let me tell you a little more.  First of all run over to the Scraptown blog right NOW, as she has a raffle for a chance to win $50 gift certificate!!!  And if that is not enough, if you shop now till 9PM Central time tonight, there is a code on the Scraptown blog that will get you 15% off your total purchase!!! about being generous!!!  And if that is still not enough, she is has also teamed up with two great blog challenges, so check them out, create something pretty and enter, as you could win more goodies.  Here they are:


Cardabilities store has a ton of fabulous products, great dies, stamps, papers, ribbons (oh, check out her seam binding ribbons!!!), so many fun embellishments.  Also make sure you LIKE them on Facebook.

Well, that is it for me for today.  Thank you Cheryl for having me and thank you everyone for visiting me as well.  Wishing you all a lovely Sunday!


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