Monday, April 14, 2014

Paper Issues is Pitch Perfect

Happy Monday! Today there is a brand new issue over at Paper Issues. (Have I mentioned how much I love Paper Issues? I really love them...lots!)

Today it's all about Pitch Perfect. Not just the movie but anything related to the title...so baseball, singing, pitching a tent, pitching something in the trash, or being a perfectionist. Lawn Fawn is sponsoring this issue and are providing an adorable stamp set to one lucky winner. All you have to do to enter for your chance to win is to link your project HERE.

I got the chance to play with this adorable stamp set.
I can't wait to stick these in the mail to brighten someones day!

Make sure you get linked to this issue. Have a wonderful Monday! Thanks for stopping by.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Elle's Studio and Therm-o-web


When Elle asked if we wanted to team up with Therm-o-web I was so excited. I'm always on the look out for amazing adhesives. Adhesive is kind of a big deal in a scrapbookers world ;)
Until a few weeks ago I had very limited experience with Therm-o-web and their amazing products. I fell in love with them one by one when I pulled each new product out of the box. I adore the glitter photo corners and the Sticky Tape Mini Runner. The mini tape runner is the perfect size and is a great adhesive. I will be throwing it in my bag for my next crop!

Now, lets get to the project I created...
I'm guessing that most of us have a terrible photo that's taken with your phone in terrible lighting. Well, here's mine! A photo taken late at a night in a fast food restaurant with my sisters and myself isn't exactly a photo that's going to be hanging on my living room wall, but I did want it my scrapbook because it has a great story behind it.

 I cut the title with my Cameo and added lots of foam squares on the back to make it pop off the page.
The journaling is hidden on this project. I created a pocket on the back of the black paper using a piece of scrap paper and double sided sticky tape from Therm-o-web.


And here's my completed project. What do you think? Have you used a not so good photo to tell a story? I'd love to hear about it!