Monday, December 3, 2012

Blog Hop Winners

Sorry ladies i didnt forget about the blog hop winners but here they are, but since i waited so long Ill pick 2 winners using Random generator. sorry i cant get the pic of the generator to post but here are the winners

First winner is Char.

LOVE! what a great idea to draw a circle on your card base! Just love card!

Second Winner is Lisa
Very nice!

Congrats ladies please email me your address or pm me on FB and ill get your gift right out to you! thanks for playing along

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Welcome to the FreeSpirit Productions Blog Hop

Thanks for hopping with us today. If you are just joining us here please begin back at the beginning. If you have started at the beginning Please continue along in the list below and enjoy the rest of our Christmas Card Blog Hop! BTW I will be giving away some Blog candy if you subscribe and leave a comment below.

My Christmas Card

I got this idea online at a site when searching for ideas. I feel in love with the ease to making this and very cute style. I hope you like it! Below is the instructions for how to make the very card above. Hope you enjoy and if you make one please post it for all of us to see.

Materials For
Homemade Christmas Card Ideas : Wreath Card

homemade Christmas card ideas

  • scrapbook paper (various shades)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors
  • White card stock (folded into a 4 ¼" X 5 ½" card)
  • Ribbon (color of you choice)

Instructions For
Homemade Christmas Card Ideas : Wreath Card

homemade Christmas card ideas
Begin by drawing a circle on the front of your folded white card stock. You can do this either freehand or by tracing something like a lid. Make the circle about 3" across.

Get your hot glue gun warmed up. Cut or punch a bunch of different size circle in various colors of your choice. Glue around the circle that you drew to form the outline of your wreath. 

Now that you have the basic structure of your wreath, begin gluing more of the circles down over lapping as you go to get the fullness and layers.

Now to finish your wreath, Tie a bow with your choice of ribbon and glue to the top of your wreath.
You are now done with your wreath card! Enjoy!

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Altered Matchboxes swap @ MAS

Here's some matchboxes that i made for the swap over @ MAS. The theme was either Halloween or fall! Of course with my Goddaughter being born on Halloween so I am kinda partial. lol here's what I came up with. TFL! Not sure why they loading sideways because they arent like that on my computer but oh well again TFL!

Altered Rolodex swap @ MAS

Heres another swap I did over @ MAS. these are rolodex cards which i altered to fit the theme of CHOCOLATE! YUMMY!!!! I made each little box of chocolate and paper pieced each chocolate inside. lol it was fun. I used recollections paper that had a cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows on it. I was drooling making this paper. JK!

Altered ticket Swap @ MAS

so here is the altered tickets from the swap over @ MAS. I had alot of fun making these and I hope everyone likes them.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

hey all, I've been so busy the last few days trying to get some more tags done for a few swaps i joined so nothing being posted today. sorry I will be putting some new stuff up very soon. Have a great day or night wherever you may be. Happy Hump day tomorrow!

Monday, August 13, 2012

So nothing big posting today will post a big one tomorrow. OMFG!!!! I was in a mini album page swap over and it was under the twilight/ vampire group. I love Twilight needless to say! But anyway we made 5+1 for the swap. And we mailed 5 out to Nancy and she would send us 5 different ones back. Can I say beautiful, these ladies did an awesome job and I am in love. I am going to take theses and make a mini album and of course post on my blog. So keep your eyes out from my video. Its alot of work in these pages so I dont wanna just post pics. Off to work now ladies and gents. See you soon!