Cuttin' and Stampin' Design Team 2014

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January 31, 2014

Can you believe Cuttin' and Stampin' Challenge Blog has been going for over a year now? It has gone by so fast and we have had so much fun creating and sharing projects with you.  Starting the first of the year we decided to make a few changes.  These changes include bringing you different types of projects, and to do that we needed increase the number of members on the team.  We also decided to split the team in to two.

We hope you will all enjoy the great new variety of project you are about to see from the Green team. 

Now it's time to Meet the rest of the Green Team.  They are an awesome bunch of women and I'm sure you will enjoy what they have to show you.  But first, let me share with you my creation. We were to show our style for the blog hop. Well, part of my style is I love to create home décor projects. I have been away from home for the past month and have not had a whole lot of time to create. I was enlisted to design, create, and decorate my sister's first ever scrapbook room in her brand new house. So, my home décor project is a sign to hang in her room.


Supplies Used:
Clearanced Picture Frame (painted it pink)
Recollections Pink Patterned Paper
A little crown (purchased at Michael's)
Black Cardstock
Black Satin Ribbon
Large White flower
Queen and Co. Black and Pink flowers

Hope you join us in our regular weekly challenges. Be sure to visit Cuttin' and Stampin' again tomorrow to check out what the Orange team has to offer!

Be sure to stop by each of them and welcome them to our 2014 Design Team.  We will have a drawing for each day of the hop.  Just leave a comment below and at each stop along the way.  We will announce blog winners on Friday along with our regular weekly winners.

If you get side tracked along the way, here's a complete list of the Green Design Team members.

Michele -
Jenni -
Teresa -
Lisa -
Jamie -
Debbie -
Janet -
Vickie -
Doris -

Thank you for stopping by today. 

Holiday Card Series: 52 Thursdays of Christmas...#2

Well, so this series has gotten off to a rocky start. I am planning on it just getting better and better as time goes on. So, please bear with me these first few weeks as I get my feet wet making, producing, and editing videos on a regular and consistent basis. And once I get home and in my own comfortable surroundings with all of my supplies and items at hand I know that it will just get better! Thanks for hanging with me while that happens!

Supplies for the Card:
Tombow Mono Adhesive
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Peachy Keen "Snowman" stamp
Spectrum-Noir Markers
Bazzill Nordic Pines Paper

Holiday Card Series: 52 Thursdays of Christmas...#1

Hello all, I am beginning this holiday card series. A little late but better late than not at all. I came up with this idea several weeks ago and could not wait to get started on it. However, I am staying at my sister's house in North Carolina for a month and well things have been a bit busy...pair that with a brand new computer and its little glitches and you have the reason this video was late. So, with all that said this is last Thursday's video...todays will be forthcoming either today or tomorrow and then I hope to get on track! Hope you enjoy...please head over to my brand new YouTube channel and watch and subscribe. Get inspired and get started on those Christmas projects early so you are calm, collected, and have everything done when those busy months of the year least that is my plan! LOL!

Supplies Used:
Bo Bunny Elf Magic 6x6 Paper Pad
C.C. Designs "Rodney Reindeer"
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad
Acrylic Block
Red Seam Binding
Tombo Adhesive Tape Runner
Amy R. "Joyful Greetings" Stamps
Flowers were made by my good friend Gini ...she will take custom orders...just leave me a message and I will get with you should you want to purchase any.

Cuttin' and Stampin' Design team Application

I have soooo enjoyed being on the Cuttin' and Stampin' Design Team this past year. This challenge blog is going somewhere in 2014 and I would love to still be a part of the team and contribute to the challenges. Listed below are my most favorite projects I created for the team over the past year.


Check out the cool challenges over at the Cuttin' and Stampin' blog and maybe even throw your hat in the ring as well!