Saturday, December 29, 2018

A Year of Favorites Part 1

I'm taking a look back over the past year sharing some of my favorites from each month.  
It's been a busy, wild ride this year and in looking back, I can't believe how much I created, traveled and enjoyed!
January Favorites

My Purse-onally Perfect Purse got a donut makeover.  This is one of the displays I put together for the Pinners Conference.  The tutorial for making the purse can be found on the Tutorials Page of this blog, Purse-onally Perfect Purse tutorial $5.95.
This one was made with Bubble Gum cardstock and Confectionary Days Prints with the (now discontinued) Donut Worry stamp set.

Index Card rings using the  Romantic Bloom die.  I love making these with shaped dies instead of the traditional square or rectangle or even Post It notes.

Meeting Certified Celebrator, Brittany Young, at the Fun Stampers Journey Leadership Conference.

February Favorites

Oh look - another Index Card ring!!  This one was with a now discontinued Hop Cuts hostess only die.

I used the Card Carrier Die to create bags in three different sizes.  You can see the video HERE.

Definitely a February highlight - I was a guest tutorial author on Splitcoast Stampers with this lady bug bag.  You can see the video HERE

February was also the Idaho Scrapbook Show - oh what fun!  
The Idaho Scrapbook Show is back in Boise again, February 1-2, 2019.  Come join us!!

March Favorites

I love this card with a gift bag in the middle for money or a gift card!  You can see the video on how to make it HERE

This bright and fun card uses the Love Bunny and Flannel Life stamp sets.

Another fun baggie topper and a video on how to make them HERE

Next up is part 2 of my yearly favorites.  Please subscribe to this blog so you don't miss anything next year and follow me on Instagram for more fun!

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1 comment :

  1. Hi Becky- ordered a tutorial today how long does it take to get email? Thanks