Category Archives: scrapbooking

December Daily 2011

I just love this quote by Karl Barth, “Joy is the simplest form of gratitude.” I love the notion that one way I can express my gratitude to God just by being happy in my life {imperfections and all!}.   It … Continue reading

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Words To Live By

For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been participating in an online scrapbooking workshop called “Words To Live By.”  Every day they supply a word and then participants create a scrapbook page (or any other type of layout) about how … Continue reading

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Little Things

Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you’ll look back and realize they were the big things. ~  Robert Brault This was the photo that started it all. I love this photo for many reasons.  First because it’s … Continue reading

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Handmade Flower Extravaganza!

One of the last things I had to before graduation was to make a Senior memory board to display during the Baccalaureate Mass and Dinner.  We were given complete freedom to create whatever kind of memory board we wanted, so … Continue reading

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Simple Fabric Flowers

This is another easy to sew fabric flower.  I’m going to demonstrate it with a strip of fabric, but it can be done just as easily with a piece of ribbon or tulle.  All you need is a needle, heavy-duty … Continue reading

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Twisted Ribbon Flower

Another flower I’d like to share with you is a twisted ribbon flower.  This a no-sew, hot-glue number that is a breeze to make. All you need is a roll of satin or grosgrain ribbon of your choice. 1.  Start … Continue reading

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Tulle Pouf Flowers

This is probably the easiest of all the fabric flowers.  Once again I started with my trusty roll of tulle ribbon. 1. Start with a long section of tulle ribbon. In one hand, fold/loop ribbon back and forth at least … Continue reading

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Five Petal Fabric Flowers

In this post I am going to show you how to make two different versions of a Five Petal Flower using tulle and ribbon, but this method can be used to create flowers out of fabric as well.  The supplies … Continue reading

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Atonement

Kelsey has been involved in music and theater since Kindergarten.  And of course, as you might imagine, I’ve documented all of it in my scrapbooks.   Here’s the page from her 1st grade musical.  I would like to point out that … Continue reading

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Senior Picture Photo Carousel

My how scrapbooking has changed! Since my quasi-hiatus, one of the biggest changes I have noticed is that scrapbooks are no longer constrained to books. Now those uber-creative super scrapbookers have come up with some really clever ways to display their … Continue reading

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