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    1. Procaffinating - The tendency to not start anything until you've had a cup of coffee.2. I can't solve all your problems but I can promise to make you feel better. - Coffee3. Behind every successful person is a substantial amount of coffee4. Keep Calm and Make Coffee5. In need of strong coffee - strong enough to wake the dead6. Coffee keeps me going until it's time for wine7. I love you more than coffee (but please don't make me prove it)8. Don't Worry About My Coffee Consumption - Worry About What I Would Do to You Without It!9. I just realized why you are not my cup of tea. I drink coffee!10. All you need is love and more coffee11. Water is the most essential element of life, because without water, you can't make coffee12. If asked, "How do you take your coffee?" I reply, "Seriously, very seriously"13. A Coffee Hierarchy14. OCD - Obsessive Coffee Disorder15. I'm gonna make him a coffee he can't refuse.16. Coffee. Because prison orange is NOT my color.17. I don't say good morning until after my first coffee, because before that, it isn't.18. I'm going to have to ask you to turn down your stupid by a notch or two, at least until my coffee kicks in19. The only things in my house that aren't dusty are my coffee cups!20. Lord give me coffee to change the things that I can change, and wine to accept the things that I can't
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    I love coffee and will kiss for coffee! If this is true for you or someone you know, rejoice and celebrate that fact in a artful and fun
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    Catrice McClendon is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
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    Coffee is always a good idea at Serious Coffee!
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  • Pier 1 Imports Beautiful Self Wall Decor
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    A message that speaks for itself"with a little help from antiqued wood and stylized lettering. Hang it as a reminder in a hallway, your bedroom or even better"by the mirror in a powder room. Black. 17.50"W x 0.94"D x 17.50"H. Engineered wood, paper.
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    NEW Kiss My Face Lip Balms are USDA certified organic! With a burst of shockingly good flavor, this dreamy, creamy formula helps heal and prevent chapped, dry lips
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    Design Seeds are color palettes created by designer Jessica Colaluca. Explore thousands of combinations to inspire your life's palette.
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    Design Seeds are color palettes created by designer Jessica Colaluca. Explore thousands of combinations to inspire your life's palette.
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    Design Seeds are color palettes created by designer Jessica Colaluca. Explore thousands of combinations to inspire your life's palette.
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    Design Seeds are color palettes created by designer Jessica Colaluca. Explore thousands of combinations to inspire your life's palette.
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    Design Seeds are color palettes created by designer Jessica Colaluca. Explore thousands of combinations to inspire your life's palette.
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    Design Seeds are color palettes created by designer Jessica Colaluca. Explore thousands of combinations to inspire your life's palette.
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    Design Seeds are color palettes created by designer Jessica Colaluca. Explore thousands of combinations to inspire your life's palette.
  • Design Seeds for all who color
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    Design Seeds are color palettes created by designer and color specialist Jessica Colaluca. Explore thousands of combinations & images to inspire your life's palette.
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    Recycled bottles and jars turns into a work of art creating a story in every surface. Vetrazzo contributes to the beauty of our built environment by manufacturing sustainable recycled glass countertops. Vetrazzo transforms recycled glass into exquisite countertops, tabletops, vanities, fireplace surrounds and more - a beautiful and eco-friendly alternative for countertops in the kitchen, bathroom or patio; for green building or remodeling. Vetrazzo Recycled Glass Surfacing can provide LEED credit contributions for LEED projects.
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    Stampington & Company - Publisher of Somerset Studio and The Stampers' Sampler and makers of classic rubber art stamps and crafting accessories. Shop on-line for hard-to-find country, collage, Asian, word, and holiday images, plus unique books, art journals, posters, stationary card sets, keepsake boxes, caligraphy pens, paper, collaging elements and gift ideas.
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    CJ Foxcroft is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
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    CJ Foxcroft is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
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    CJ Foxcroft is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
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    CJ Foxcroft is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you.
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    A modern look with free-form flowers drawn in black on a crisp white cotton field; cotton lining. Tips for hanging curtain panels. -100% cotton -100% cotton lining -3" rod pocket, 4" hem -Dry clean -Made in Republic of Moldova
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  • *FALL THEME* Dream big little one!
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    Hi Peas! This month's page is really the result of making page after page after page for an upcoming workshop. You get into a zone that's such a flow and inspiration! I saved some product especially for fall as I always take the most photos this time of the year. My background paper and embellishments are from the Finnley collection by Glitz. I love lime green... it's one of my favorite colors. I started by drawing with gelatos and then added molding paste in a leave silhouette cut that I used as a mask. I was so impatient for the paste to dry that I started sticking leaves into it and I love the eclectic effect of the page. Thanks for looking! Wilna
  • *FALL THEME* Dream big little one!
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    Hi Peas! This month's page is really the result of making page after page after page for an upcoming workshop. You get into a zone that's such a flow and inspiration! I saved some product especially for fall as I always take the most photos this time of the year. My background paper and embellishments are from the Finnley collection by Glitz. I love lime green... it's one of my favorite colors. I started by drawing with gelatos and then added molding paste in a leave silhouette cut that I used as a mask. I was so impatient for the paste to dry that I started sticking leaves into it and I love the eclectic effect of the page. Thanks for looking! Wilna
  • Project Life 2013 Easy Photo Collages
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    Hello, and happy Saturday, everyone! I'm back with you again for another week of having fun documenting the everyday with Project Life, and this week's video is slightly longer than usual because it contains in two parts. The first part is an answer to one of my most-asked questions- how to make small photo collages that can be sent off to a developer. I know that many scrappers don't print at home, and I'm one of them! So everything I print has to be 4x6 ready, and luckily in this case there's an app for that. I'll be taking a look at PicFrame, which is available for iPhone, iPad, Mac OS, Blackberry, and Android, and it allows you to quickly and easily create photo collages with a wide variety of style and layout options. I should note that I also use Lightroom for many of my photo collages, and I put together a video showing how to do that in this previous Project Life video. The second part of the video is the actual layout, and in it I share my tips for maximizing your scrapbooking time, not stressing over design, and generally going with what your gut tells you looks good. I've mixed in some past releases with a few new items, throwing some purple into the color mix just for fun. Your creative challenge this week is to pick a timeframe for yourself- my personal favorite is one hour- set a timer, and try to complete your layout in that amount of time. You may find yourself surprised that having a time constraint makes you let go of some of the analysis paralysis that can come along with scrapbooking!
  • Project Life 2013 Easy Photo Collages
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    Hello, and happy Saturday, everyone! I'm back with you again for another week of having fun documenting the everyday with Project Life, and this week's video is slightly longer than usual because it contains in two parts. The first part is an answer to one of my most-asked questions- how to make small photo collages that can be sent off to a developer. I know that many scrappers don't print at home, and I'm one of them! So everything I print has to be 4x6 ready, and luckily in this case there's an app for that. I'll be taking a look at PicFrame, which is available for iPhone, iPad, Mac OS, Blackberry, and Android, and it allows you to quickly and easily create photo collages with a wide variety of style and layout options. I should note that I also use Lightroom for many of my photo collages, and I put together a video showing how to do that in this previous Project Life video. The second part of the video is the actual layout, and in it I share my tips for maximizing your scrapbooking time, not stressing over design, and generally going with what your gut tells you looks good. I've mixed in some past releases with a few new items, throwing some purple into the color mix just for fun. Your creative challenge this week is to pick a timeframe for yourself- my personal favorite is one hour- set a timer, and try to complete your layout in that amount of time. You may find yourself surprised that having a time constraint makes you let go of some of the analysis paralysis that can come along with scrapbooking!
  • *FALL THEME* Dream big little one!
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    Hi Peas! This month's page is really the result of making page after page after page for an upcoming workshop. You get into a zone that's such a flow and inspiration! I saved some product especially for fall as I always take the most photos this time of the year. My background paper and embellishments are from the Finnley collection by Glitz. I love lime green... it's one of my favorite colors. I started by drawing with gelatos and then added molding paste in a leave silhouette cut that I used as a mask. I was so impatient for the paste to dry that I started sticking leaves into it and I love the eclectic effect of the page. Thanks for looking! Wilna
  • Project Life 2013 Easy Photo Collages
    twopeasinabucket.com
    Hello, and happy Saturday, everyone! I'm back with you again for another week of having fun documenting the everyday with Project Life, and this week's video is slightly longer than usual because it contains in two parts. The first part is an answer to one of my most-asked questions- how to make small photo collages that can be sent off to a developer. I know that many scrappers don't print at home, and I'm one of them! So everything I print has to be 4x6 ready, and luckily in this case there's an app for that. I'll be taking a look at PicFrame, which is available for iPhone, iPad, Mac OS, Blackberry, and Android, and it allows you to quickly and easily create photo collages with a wide variety of style and layout options. I should note that I also use Lightroom for many of my photo collages, and I put together a video showing how to do that in this previous Project Life video. The second part of the video is the actual layout, and in it I share my tips for maximizing your scrapbooking time, not stressing over design, and generally going with what your gut tells you looks good. I've mixed in some past releases with a few new items, throwing some purple into the color mix just for fun. Your creative challenge this week is to pick a timeframe for yourself- my personal favorite is one hour- set a timer, and try to complete your layout in that amount of time. You may find yourself surprised that having a time constraint makes you let go of some of the analysis paralysis that can come along with scrapbooking!
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    Hooray for Fall! I don't know about you, but fall is THE season in my book. I pretty much love everything about it. Except maybe allergies. But everything else is the best! When I was thinking about this theme I started writing down some words that meant fall to me. The word in the printable cozy kinda stuck and made me think about layering. I love fall attire and the layering that comes with it so I decided to make my background layered papers. All of them are neutral enough and came from the Capture line by Basic Grey. I freehand cut some leaf shapes and laid them down as a sort of mask for the lower portion of my layout. A few of those misted leaves then became embellishments. A section of my title was cut from my cameo and then backed with patterned paper. A few Basic Grey mini alphas help round out the title with some sewing. The words I had thought of previously became my journaling. I typed them randomly on kraft paper, hand cut them out and then haphazardly sewed them down. I had been waiting to get my mitts on those Crate Paper frames for awhile now so when they finally came I had to use them. They are perfect for grouping together and then filling with photos, journaling, and embellishments. The photo is our first pumpkin of the year. We usually have several by the time Halloween rolls around, but this guy is the first. I used the woodgrain back of a Glitz Design card to add some yellow/orange stitching, kinda plaid like, to be the background for a very layered leaf. One of the frames gets the cozy printable and another gets a star punch filled with the corn that means halloween is coming--candy corn! Throughout the layout are splashes of orange and a few bits of teal. I love those two colors together. There are a few vintage items, similar to what is in the grab bag here at Two Peas. I love adding that bit of vintage. This layout came together from non fall themed product. In fact, minus the few chipboard stars and two transparent leaves, nothing comes from a halloween or autumn themed collection! I think it goes to show that you can pull current pattern/colors you might have and add a few new bits here and there of a themed collection to get the idea across that..hey, you love fall! Thanks for looking!
  • *FALL THEME* Dream big little one!
    twopeasinabucket.com
    Hi Peas! This month's page is really the result of making page after page after page for an upcoming workshop. You get into a zone that's such a flow and inspiration! I saved some product especially for fall as I always take the most photos this time of the year. My background paper and embellishments are from the Finnley collection by Glitz. I love lime green... it's one of my favorite colors. I started by drawing with gelatos and then added molding paste in a leave silhouette cut that I used as a mask. I was so impatient for the paste to dry that I started sticking leaves into it and I love the eclectic effect of the page. Thanks for looking! Wilna
  • Project Life 2013 Easy Photo Collages
    twopeasinabucket.com
    Hello, and happy Saturday, everyone! I'm back with you again for another week of having fun documenting the everyday with Project Life, and this week's video is slightly longer than usual because it contains in two parts. The first part is an answer to one of my most-asked questions- how to make small photo collages that can be sent off to a developer. I know that many scrappers don't print at home, and I'm one of them! So everything I print has to be 4x6 ready, and luckily in this case there's an app for that. I'll be taking a look at PicFrame, which is available for iPhone, iPad, Mac OS, Blackberry, and Android, and it allows you to quickly and easily create photo collages with a wide variety of style and layout options. I should note that I also use Lightroom for many of my photo collages, and I put together a video showing how to do that in this previous Project Life video. The second part of the video is the actual layout, and in it I share my tips for maximizing your scrapbooking time, not stressing over design, and generally going with what your gut tells you looks good. I've mixed in some past releases with a few new items, throwing some purple into the color mix just for fun. Your creative challenge this week is to pick a timeframe for yourself- my personal favorite is one hour- set a timer, and try to complete your layout in that amount of time. You may find yourself surprised that having a time constraint makes you let go of some of the analysis paralysis that can come along with scrapbooking!
  • fall theme hooray for fall
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    Hooray for Fall! I don't know about you, but fall is THE season in my book. I pretty much love everything about it. Except maybe allergies. But everything else is the best! When I was thinking about this theme I started writing down some words that meant fall to me. The word in the printable cozy kinda stuck and made me think about layering. I love fall attire and the layering that comes with it so I decided to make my background layered papers. All of them are neutral enough and came from the Capture line by Basic Grey. I freehand cut some leaf shapes and laid them down as a sort of mask for the lower portion of my layout. A few of those misted leaves then became embellishments. A section of my title was cut from my cameo and then backed with patterned paper. A few Basic Grey mini alphas help round out the title with some sewing. The words I had thought of previously became my journaling. I typed them randomly on kraft paper, hand cut them out and then haphazardly sewed them down. I had been waiting to get my mitts on those Crate Paper frames for awhile now so when they finally came I had to use them. They are perfect for grouping together and then filling with photos, journaling, and embellishments. The photo is our first pumpkin of the year. We usually have several by the time Halloween rolls around, but this guy is the first. I used the woodgrain back of a Glitz Design card to add some yellow/orange stitching, kinda plaid like, to be the background for a very layered leaf. One of the frames gets the cozy printable and another gets a star punch filled with the corn that means halloween is coming--candy corn! Throughout the layout are splashes of orange and a few bits of teal. I love those two colors together. There are a few vintage items, similar to what is in the grab bag here at Two Peas. I love adding that bit of vintage. This layout came together from non fall themed product. In fact, minus the few chipboard stars and two transparent leaves, nothing comes from a halloween or autumn themed collection! I think it goes to show that you can pull current pattern/colors you might have and add a few new bits here and there of a themed collection to get the idea across that..hey, you love fall! Thanks for looking!
  • fall theme hooray for fall
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    Hooray for Fall! I don't know about you, but fall is THE season in my book. I pretty much love everything about it. Except maybe allergies. But everything else is the best! When I was thinking about this theme I started writing down some words that meant fall to me. The word in the printable cozy kinda stuck and made me think about layering. I love fall attire and the layering that comes with it so I decided to make my background layered papers. All of them are neutral enough and came from the Capture line by Basic Grey. I freehand cut some leaf shapes and laid them down as a sort of mask for the lower portion of my layout. A few of those misted leaves then became embellishments. A section of my title was cut from my cameo and then backed with patterned paper. A few Basic Grey mini alphas help round out the title with some sewing. The words I had thought of previously became my journaling. I typed them randomly on kraft paper, hand cut them out and then haphazardly sewed them down. I had been waiting to get my mitts on those Crate Paper frames for awhile now so when they finally came I had to use them. They are perfect for grouping together and then filling with photos, journaling, and embellishments. The photo is our first pumpkin of the year. We usually have several by the time Halloween rolls around, but this guy is the first. I used the woodgrain back of a Glitz Design card to add some yellow/orange stitching, kinda plaid like, to be the background for a very layered leaf. One of the frames gets the cozy printable and another gets a star punch filled with the corn that means halloween is coming--candy corn! Throughout the layout are splashes of orange and a few bits of teal. I love those two colors together. There are a few vintage items, similar to what is in the grab bag here at Two Peas. I love adding that bit of vintage. This layout came together from non fall themed product. In fact, minus the few chipboard stars and two transparent leaves, nothing comes from a halloween or autumn themed collection! I think it goes to show that you can pull current pattern/colors you might have and add a few new bits here and there of a themed collection to get the idea across that..hey, you love fall! Thanks for looking!
  • fall theme hooray for fall
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    Hooray for Fall! I don't know about you, but fall is THE season in my book. I pretty much love everything about it. Except maybe allergies. But everything else is the best! When I was thinking about this theme I started writing down some words that meant fall to me. The word in the printable cozy kinda stuck and made me think about layering. I love fall attire and the layering that comes with it so I decided to make my background layered papers. All of them are neutral enough and came from the Capture line by Basic Grey. I freehand cut some leaf shapes and laid them down as a sort of mask for the lower portion of my layout. A few of those misted leaves then became embellishments. A section of my title was cut from my cameo and then backed with patterned paper. A few Basic Grey mini alphas help round out the title with some sewing. The words I had thought of previously became my journaling. I typed them randomly on kraft paper, hand cut them out and then haphazardly sewed them down. I had been waiting to get my mitts on those Crate Paper frames for awhile now so when they finally came I had to use them. They are perfect for grouping together and then filling with photos, journaling, and embellishments. The photo is our first pumpkin of the year. We usually have several by the time Halloween rolls around, but this guy is the first. I used the woodgrain back of a Glitz Design card to add some yellow/orange stitching, kinda plaid like, to be the background for a very layered leaf. One of the frames gets the cozy printable and another gets a star punch filled with the corn that means halloween is coming--candy corn! Throughout the layout are splashes of orange and a few bits of teal. I love those two colors together. There are a few vintage items, similar to what is in the grab bag here at Two Peas. I love adding that bit of vintage. This layout came together from non fall themed product. In fact, minus the few chipboard stars and two transparent leaves, nothing comes from a halloween or autumn themed collection! I think it goes to show that you can pull current pattern/colors you might have and add a few new bits here and there of a themed collection to get the idea across that..hey, you love fall! Thanks for looking!
  • Project Life 2013 Easy Photo Collages
    twopeasinabucket.com
    Hello, and happy Saturday, everyone! I'm back with you again for another week of having fun documenting the everyday with Project Life, and this week's video is slightly longer than usual because it contains in two parts. The first part is an answer to one of my most-asked questions- how to make small photo collages that can be sent off to a developer. I know that many scrappers don't print at home, and I'm one of them! So everything I print has to be 4x6 ready, and luckily in this case there's an app for that. I'll be taking a look at PicFrame, which is available for iPhone, iPad, Mac OS, Blackberry, and Android, and it allows you to quickly and easily create photo collages with a wide variety of style and layout options. I should note that I also use Lightroom for many of my photo collages, and I put together a video showing how to do that in this previous Project Life video. The second part of the video is the actual layout, and in it I share my tips for maximizing your scrapbooking time, not stressing over design, and generally going with what your gut tells you looks good. I've mixed in some past releases with a few new items, throwing some purple into the color mix just for fun. Your creative challenge this week is to pick a timeframe for yourself- my personal favorite is one hour- set a timer, and try to complete your layout in that amount of time. You may find yourself surprised that having a time constraint makes you let go of some of the analysis paralysis that can come along with scrapbooking!
  • Seeing Double Don't Forget
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    A Video by Justlulu from our Scrapbooking Cardmaking Stamping Galleries originally submitted 08/30/13 at 10:30 AM
  • *FALL THEME* Dream big little one!
    twopeasinabucket.com
    Hi Peas! This month's page is really the result of making page after page after page for an upcoming workshop. You get into a zone that's such a flow and inspiration! I saved some product especially for fall as I always take the most photos this time of the year. My background paper and embellishments are from the Finnley collection by Glitz. I love lime green... it's one of my favorite colors. I started by drawing with gelatos and then added molding paste in a leave silhouette cut that I used as a mask. I was so impatient for the paste to dry that I started sticking leaves into it and I love the eclectic effect of the page. Thanks for looking! Wilna
  • fall theme hooray for fall
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    Hooray for Fall! I don't know about you, but fall is THE season in my book. I pretty much love everything about it. Except maybe allergies. But everything else is the best! When I was thinking about this theme I started writing down some words that meant fall to me. The word in the printable cozy kinda stuck and made me think about layering. I love fall attire and the layering that comes with it so I decided to make my background layered papers. All of them are neutral enough and came from the Capture line by Basic Grey. I freehand cut some leaf shapes and laid them down as a sort of mask for the lower portion of my layout. A few of those misted leaves then became embellishments. A section of my title was cut from my cameo and then backed with patterned paper. A few Basic Grey mini alphas help round out the title with some sewing. The words I had thought of previously became my journaling. I typed them randomly on kraft paper, hand cut them out and then haphazardly sewed them down. I had been waiting to get my mitts on those Crate Paper frames for awhile now so when they finally came I had to use them. They are perfect for grouping together and then filling with photos, journaling, and embellishments. The photo is our first pumpkin of the year. We usually have several by the time Halloween rolls around, but this guy is the first. I used the woodgrain back of a Glitz Design card to add some yellow/orange stitching, kinda plaid like, to be the background for a very layered leaf. One of the frames gets the cozy printable and another gets a star punch filled with the corn that means halloween is coming--candy corn! Throughout the layout are splashes of orange and a few bits of teal. I love those two colors together. There are a few vintage items, similar to what is in the grab bag here at Two Peas. I love adding that bit of vintage. This layout came together from non fall themed product. In fact, minus the few chipboard stars and two transparent leaves, nothing comes from a halloween or autumn themed collection! I think it goes to show that you can pull current pattern/colors you might have and add a few new bits here and there of a themed collection to get the idea across that..hey, you love fall! Thanks for looking!
  • Seeing Double Don't Forget
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    A Video by Justlulu from our Scrapbooking Cardmaking Stamping Galleries originally submitted 08/30/13 at 10:30 AM
  • fall theme hooray for fall
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    Hooray for Fall! I don't know about you, but fall is THE season in my book. I pretty much love everything about it. Except maybe allergies. But everything else is the best! When I was thinking about this theme I started writing down some words that meant fall to me. The word in the printable cozy kinda stuck and made me think about layering. I love fall attire and the layering that comes with it so I decided to make my background layered papers. All of them are neutral enough and came from the Capture line by Basic Grey. I freehand cut some leaf shapes and laid them down as a sort of mask for the lower portion of my layout. A few of those misted leaves then became embellishments. A section of my title was cut from my cameo and then backed with patterned paper. A few Basic Grey mini alphas help round out the title with some sewing. The words I had thought of previously became my journaling. I typed them randomly on kraft paper, hand cut them out and then haphazardly sewed them down. I had been waiting to get my mitts on those Crate Paper frames for awhile now so when they finally came I had to use them. They are perfect for grouping together and then filling with photos, journaling, and embellishments. The photo is our first pumpkin of the year. We usually have several by the time Halloween rolls around, but this guy is the first. I used the woodgrain back of a Glitz Design card to add some yellow/orange stitching, kinda plaid like, to be the background for a very layered leaf. One of the frames gets the cozy printable and another gets a star punch filled with the corn that means halloween is coming--candy corn! Throughout the layout are splashes of orange and a few bits of teal. I love those two colors together. There are a few vintage items, similar to what is in the grab bag here at Two Peas. I love adding that bit of vintage. This layout came together from non fall themed product. In fact, minus the few chipboard stars and two transparent leaves, nothing comes from a halloween or autumn themed collection! I think it goes to show that you can pull current pattern/colors you might have and add a few new bits here and there of a themed collection to get the idea across that..hey, you love fall! Thanks for looking!
  • Seeing Double Don't Forget
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    A Video by Justlulu from our Scrapbooking Cardmaking Stamping Galleries originally submitted 08/30/13 at 10:30 AM
  • Seeing Double Don't Forget
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    A Video by Justlulu from our Scrapbooking Cardmaking Stamping Galleries originally submitted 08/30/13 at 10:30 AM
  • Project Life 2013 Easy Photo Collages
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    Hello, and happy Saturday, everyone! I'm back with you again for another week of having fun documenting the everyday with Project Life, and this week's video is slightly longer than usual because it contains in two parts. The first part is an answer to one of my most-asked questions- how to make small photo collages that can be sent off to a developer. I know that many scrappers don't print at home, and I'm one of them! So everything I print has to be 4x6 ready, and luckily in this case there's an app for that. I'll be taking a look at PicFrame, which is available for iPhone, iPad, Mac OS, Blackberry, and Android, and it allows you to quickly and easily create photo collages with a wide variety of style and layout options. I should note that I also use Lightroom for many of my photo collages, and I put together a video showing how to do that in this previous Project Life video. The second part of the video is the actual layout, and in it I share my tips for maximizing your scrapbooking time, not stressing over design, and generally going with what your gut tells you looks good. I've mixed in some past releases with a few new items, throwing some purple into the color mix just for fun. Your creative challenge this week is to pick a timeframe for yourself- my personal favorite is one hour- set a timer, and try to complete your layout in that amount of time. You may find yourself surprised that having a time constraint makes you let go of some of the analysis paralysis that can come along with scrapbooking!
  • Glitter Girl Adventure 086 Crafty Connectivity
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    This week Glitter Girl slows down a bit to talk about the purpose and connectivity of design elements, inspired by this discussion on the General Scrapbooking message board here at Two Peas. Her adventure takes her through a new page for her pink and aqua album, so you may be able to spot how this album is shaping up from the various pages she's shared. Come along for the adventure, won't you? This week Glitter Girl challenges you to create a new layout and describe your process or top tips for making sure all your page elements connect in the design and feel like they belong. Be sure to check the box for this challenge in step four of the uploading process. Happy scrapping!
  • Seeing Double Don't Forget
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    A Video by Justlulu from our Scrapbooking Cardmaking Stamping Galleries originally submitted 08/30/13 at 10:30 AM
  • Glitter Girl Adventure 086 Crafty Connectivity
    twopeasinabucket.com
    This week Glitter Girl slows down a bit to talk about the purpose and connectivity of design elements, inspired by this discussion on the General Scrapbooking message board here at Two Peas. Her adventure takes her through a new page for her pink and aqua album, so you may be able to spot how this album is shaping up from the various pages she's shared. Come along for the adventure, won't you? This week Glitter Girl challenges you to create a new layout and describe your process or top tips for making sure all your page elements connect in the design and feel like they belong. Be sure to check the box for this challenge in step four of the uploading process. Happy scrapping!

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lulurose98
Wrote three years ago
great collection, thanks for sharing!

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