Hi crafty friends! It’s Stephanie here today from Bits & Pieces (& Scraps) to share my latest crafty projects.
I know the holiday season is upon us, but in the midst of all the seasonal chaos, we have a daughter who celebrates a birthday (two weeks before Christmas)! So in preparation for her big day, I made two birthday projects. The first is a birthday layout featuring the new gold foil flair button:
I adore these foil buttons oh so much!
My next project is a small gift bag:
I use the hearts flair button here to adorn the fabric rosette and I love the way the gift bag turned out! It’s perfect for holding a gift card, nail polish or any other treasures a 13 year old girl would cherish!!
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Hey there crafty friends! It’s Stephanie here today to share my latest layout.
I am trying my hardest to get caught up on older photos that need to be scrapped and getting my kids’ albums organized! It’s a big undertaking but I love making scrapbook pages & revisiting old memories. This one is one of my favorites!
My son loved his red rain boots when he was three and in them he discovered the love of jumping in puddles! I will never forget how happy he was when we returned home from an errand & he was able to splash in the puddles!
This flair button is the perfect compliment to my page!! It is the “Favorite Memory” button from the I added it on top of a chipboard circle which was placed on top of a cork circle for added dimension. I love adding thread on my page to lend some texture.
A few more fun embellishments and another page & memory are scrapped & ready to go in the album!
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TCP products used:
“A Favorite Memory” flair button
blue baker’s twine
Hi Crafty friends! Happy Monday to you all. Hope it is going well so far for you!
I have another layout to share today using flair buttons from the store. Today I used a button from the gold foil collection that I absolutely adore and one from the “Life Documented” collection.
I started with a sketch from Let’s Get Sketchy this month and kept my page pretty simple. I love this photo of my two kiddos along with their cousins on St. Patrick’s Day! I wanted it to stand out and the flair buttons placed at each end of the picture really help to anchor it yet also make it pop!
I chose the “Oh Happy Day” button to compliment the beige and green on the page.
The “Today” flair button worked well with the St. Patrick’s Day theme!
Try adding some fun flair to your next scrapbook page! I guarantee you’ll love the results!!
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Hey Crafty friends! It’s Stephanie here today to share my latest layout with you.
I love making scrapbook pages and incorporating flair buttons on my pages always excites me! Here is a look at my page:
I started with the latest sketch from My Scraps & More. This is a page about my son’s love for his Power Wheels Jeep! I used lots of round elements to mimic the tires of a vehicle.
I adhered the “Documented” flair button onto a cork circle for more depth. I also used some self-adhesive sequins, also from TCP!
Many times flair buttons are thought to be made for PL or planners, but as you can see, they work well on traditional scrapbook pages too!
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Hey Crafty friends! It’s Stephanie here today to share my latest card using The Crafty Pickle flair.
My sweet friend from high school (yep, we’ve been friends a LONG time!) had a birthday a week ago and I made her this card:
It’s a pretty simple card, using scrap papers from my stash, some rumpled ribbon, foam alphas and this very cute elephant flair button! She adores elephants and when I first saw this button, she came to mind!
Isn’t the flair button the cutest?! I just love it and hope she enjoys this sweet card as well.
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Hi Crafty friends! It’s Stephanie here today to share a layout that I created in the PL style. My kids just went back to school last week, so in honor of the big day, I made a 1st day of school page! (Granted, the photos are from two years ago-but they’re now scrapped!)
I used several flair buttons from The Crafty Pickle as well as some small stamps from Close To My Heart that work great for Project Life projects!!
Now is a great time to buy some stamps from CTMH. Click here to view all of the wonderful stamps!!
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LOL stamp set
Love This flair button
I Love Books flair buttons
Documented flair button
Hi crafty friends!!
It’s Stephanie here today to share some cards I recently made for my two nieces. The first is a birthday card for my niece who turns 16 in a few days!!
I used the gold foil “Wish” flair button here. I am in love with these new buttons from the shop! I also used the sequins from The Crafty Pickle also.
My next card is for my older niece who is going on a mission trip to Africa in less than a week!
I used another of the gold foil flair buttons here also. This one is the “Be Happy” flair. The self-adhesive sequins are also from The Crafty Pickle.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great week!!
Hi TCP friends!! It’s Stephanie from Bits & Pieces (& Scraps) here today to share my latest project using The Crafty Pickle flair & CTMH products. I made a card that could be given for many different occasions-birthday, congratulations, thank you, etc.
I used the “I Love Books” flair button, some washi tape and self-adhesive sequins, all from The Crafty Pickle shop.
I love to read! Unfortunately, my kids do not love it that much and I am constantly trying to entice them into reading. I thought this card might do the trick!
I slipped in a little bookmark that can be pulled out of the top of the card & used when reading. I also thought it would be nice to give the card with a bookstore gift card inside!
CTMH Boardwalk washi tape
I Love Books TCP flair
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Hey TCP friends! It’s Stephanie here today from Bits & Pieces (& Scraps).
I have a card to share that I made for my son who was selected to play on our Little League’s All Star team. He was at practice yesterday & fractured his finger when a ball popped up & hit his finger. I figured this card was perfect to give him some encouragement & support right now!
I punched stars from my card with my Fiskars craft punch. I then used leftover acetate from an old package to place on the inside of my card. Once the top piece of acetate was strongly secured to the card, I filled it with the Star Spangled Relish Mix sequins from the shop. After I had the desired amount of sequins inside, I secured the other side of the acetate with redline tape.
I then added some twine, one of my punched stars & some self-adhesive sequin dots.
I hope this helps my little guy feel a bit better!
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Hey TCP friends! It’s Stephanie from Bits & Pieces (& Scraps) here today to share my latest layout with you. I created a Fourth of July page using the All American flair set.
I have to admit, I don’t create many patriotic pages! They intimidate me, but these flair buttons make the process fun and exciting!! I used three of the six in the set.
I hand cut several banners to accent the top corner and have one laying on top of my photo. I love how this takes away some of the blank space of my photo. I added a chipboard arrow & the “Happy Birthday America” flair. LOVE this one!
More hand cut banners under my photo act as a matt. I then mounted the “July 4” flair onto a punched scalloped circle. The paint here acts as my journal block.
A pre-printed banner at the bottom & “the Land of the Free Because of the Brave” flair finish off the bottom of my page.
I kept my layout pretty simple and love the dimension the flair buttons add to my page! I could have used them all but wanted to save the remaining three for another page (or maybe cards)!!
Thanks for stopping by! Enjoy the day!