Robin will be giving one lucky winner a school themed scrapbooking kit that includes everything you need to complete a scrapbook as well as the scrapbook.
For your chance to win this complete scrapbook kit you must be a follower of each of the blogs in this hop as well as leave each of the ladies a little blog love by leaving them a comment to let them know how much you loved their projects.
So, sit back, grab yourself a Latte' and let us dare to amaze you with our projects.
For my project I have made a digital layout with a picture from last August of my Daughters first day back to classes of her Senior year of college.
For this project I used my Artisan program, the digital kit from Becky Higgins Project Life, School Themed Kit, and a few elements from the digital kit that I had from Creative Memories, Primary High School.
Welcome to the Christmas in July blog hop! If you are coming from Lisa, then you are in the right spot. If you just happened to stumble across this post, please start at the beginning of the hop atAngela'sblog-You won't want to miss all of the amazing Christmas inspiration!
In addition to seeing some awesome projects, there is some blog candy! To be eligible to win the blog candy, you must leave a comment on each stop in the hop as well as hitting that little "follow" button! Winner will be chosen on Monday, July 28th so you have all weekend to stop by!
Now onto my project!
For my project I wanted to share with you two Pocket Page Layouts that I made with a new digital kit release from Dees-Delights, the kit is called,
A Jolly Christmas. I love the colors in this kit, and not to mention that the kit is 30% off right now until the 28th, so what a perfect time to get started on Christmas cards and any other Christmas projects that you may of on your list.
I decided to make a two page layout of our Elf on the Shelf's adventures from 2013 Christmas. Unlike most homes that do the Elf on the Shelf, our Daughter is 22, so we do things a little different in our house. Everyone in our house, yes including Hubby, takes part in the different Elf adventures. We either go with who ever goes to bed last that night or who ever get up first the next morning. It all had a lot of fun playing with our little Elf, and can not wait until this coming Christmas when we get to start again, in fact I already have a list going of ideas of things to do.
Welcome to the For the Boys Blog Hop! We all know how hard it can be to create guy/boy themed projects, so this hop will help you with that! You'll find tons of inspiration for the men and boys in your life!!
If you came here from Sarah's blog, then you are in the right place. If you just happened upon this Blog Hop, make sure to head over to Jenny's blog so that you see the full hop from the very beginning.
For my project, I wanted to share with you the digital Birthday Card that I made for my Hubby last weekend.
The program that I use is called... Artisan, formally known as, StoryBook Creator 4.
The Digital Kit is called... Country Western
by PB Designs.
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$5 Gift Certificate
Close to My Heart A Size stamp set
You must follow and comment on all the blogs in the hop in order for your chance to win the wonderful prize, so please don't forget to do that, I would hate for you to miss out. You will be able to comment THROUGH Monday, and the winner will be announced Wednesday the 23rd.
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Todays post I am sharing with you a recipe card that I made as being part of the Creative Team with Dees-Delights.
The kit that I used is called..."The Great Bakeoff" by Dees-Delights. I have been looking forever for a digital baking kit that just stuck out to me and this one is it. I love everything about this kit and of course the colors of blue through out the kit. So, keep an eye out for more recipe cards to be posted as I begin to put together a cookbook of all our favorite recipes.