Thursday, November 15, 2007

Some Fun November Design Team Projects

Well, I have been busy - like Santa - creating some fun projects for the store. First of all, I made this chipboard house. I really did enjoy it....until I got to the steps. Well, I guess I should have looked at the picture before I wadded the steps up and threw them away.........the directions stumped. But once I saw the picture and looked at the directions, I sooo could have done it. But alas, the steps were a bit too worn by the time I unwadded them. So I made my own step for the front of the house. Hope the other chipboard houses in the neighborhood will be OK with my makeshift steps. You know how zoning laws are ! Oh well, there goes the chipboard neighborhood.

My next project was this great little recipe tin. I think I see a theme starting - cool cool Christmas colors. It is such a simple project...but I loved making it and I love how it turned out. Probably took me all of an hour to make.

I haven't filled it up with recipes...I think I would rather scrapbook than cook. No wait...I KNOW I would rather scrapbook than cook.


Next I worked on this adorable envelope and tag mini book. I started out making one JUST like one in the Carolee's Creations book, but within five minutes, I had paper flying and a whole new take on it. So I love mine...and I love the one in the book too. I think you could do so much with this concept. I can't wait to make another one. Be sure to come by the store and see ALL of the great projects and the wonderful new papers and embellishments.

I made some ornaments too - so be sure to come by and see them.

Susie

4 comments:

sherri (Tied Up In Ribbons) said...

These are all really great Susie!

sherri (Tied Up In Ribbons) said...

These are even more spectacular in person....Absolutely adorable

The Crafty Scrapper said...

Sherri's right, I couldn't wait to get to the store and see them...all I could think of was YUMMY! I knew you would surprise me with the house, but you REALLY out did your self. And what a great save on the steps.

Carolyn

The Crafty Scrapper said...

Sherri's right, I couldn't wait to get to the store and see them...all I could think of was YUMMY! I knew you would surprise me with the house, but you REALLY out did your self. And what a great save on the steps.

Carolyn