It was a lot of fun to do these projects, and some of them took me out of my norm.
Without further ado, here they are:
CC products I used: EP Victoria Gardens 6x6, MM celery ribbon, Imaginisce Bitty Blossoms, Chloe's Closet button brad. Non-CC products: Bazzill swiss dot cardstock, martha Stewart butterfly punch, Deja Views Wonderful Words birthday rubons.
Next, I decided to whip out an easy birthday card in less than 30 minutes. This one is for Karen's challenge (Scrappy Canuck – http://scrappycanuck.wordpress.com/) - complete a card in less than 30 minutes, and for Laura's challenge (scrapaddict-laura - http://scrapaddict4life.blogspot.com/) - use a journal box and bling to make a card.
I thought making a card in less than 30 minutes would be tough because sometimes it takes me 30 minutes to decide on a layout. But I went a little simple with it, and I think it looks really neat.
Next I took on Rachel's challenge (raebae – http://kitchentablescrapper.blogspot.com/) - create a LO that celebrates the everyday, and Nina's challenge (NinaN - http://ninastimeout.blogspot.ca/) - use a pinwheel. This one was pretty simple to figure out my topic, but I struggled with a LO at first. Then I looked at this week's sketch # 327 on Sketch Inspiration and knew it would be perfect (so I'm entering it there also).
The topic was of my DS eating oreo's when he was about 3. He had just learned to dunk them, and got the chocolate all over his face. He looks silly, but had SOOOO much fun doing it, that I had to take pictures. I had never had the chance to scrap them, but I knew this was the time. I also decided to use FP's To The Moon collection for it, because I love the patterns and colors, but I had bought it for all the back's of the pages (my DS just isn't into robots, and space).
CC products: FP To The Moon (asteroid, cards, sticerks, borders, chipboard), EP A Boy's Life 6x6, MM watercolor brites snaps.
Non-CC products: AC Thickers - Dolce.