Planner Time and Video!!!

Hi Friends!
It’s Paula here to share my planner layout for this week with you. I am loving my traveler’s notebook so I wanted to share how I am using some of the awesome planner items in The Crafty Pickle shop!
First off I am loving the Pickle Planner Midori/Fauxdori Planner Interchangeable Charm. It is so awesome and cute! I love that I can change out the magnetic charm as often as I want…what a great idea! For this week’s layout I used the Rainbow Doodle Cameras washi to add some fun and whimsy to the notes page. Since I will be celebrating my friend’s birthday with her this week I used some of the Fruity Pebbles Relish Mix to make that day festive!
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I used some of the Sticky Pickle Spots as bullet points for my errands and appointments and some of the sticky notes and page flags in the shop to make lists for tasks I need to accomplish this week and to make things pop on the page. And finally one of my favorite planning items is the customized flair bookmark…it takes me right to my current week!
Supplies Used:
Rainbow Doodle Cameras Washi Tape
Pickle Planner Midori/Fauxdori Planner Interchangeable Charm
Heart Sticky Pickle Spots
Asterisk Sticky Pickle Spots
Fruity Pebbles Relish Mix
Pickle Planner Patterned Page Flags
123 Sticky Note Pack
Personalized Planner Clip
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Hi Crafty Friends.

Due to the huge amount of orders we have received we are closing the shop temporarily. We will be opening back up soon. Make sure you hit the notification button to receive an email when we are back open!

Thank you!
Taniesa

Back to School

Hey there it Treasa with another Project Life Kids post.

I can’t believe how fast the summer has gone by and that school starts this week. My granddaughter Kaylee will be going into the second grade and I wanted to create something I could use in my PL album to document this exciting time. I wanted to not only document the normal things, like first day of school photo, teachers name and school. I wanted to capture a piece of Kaylee during this time. So I created a card for her to fill out to capture some aspects of her life right now. To keep it personal I had a personalized flair made with her name and her grade. I thought it was the  perfect finishing touch. Here is what I came up with:

Back to school 2015I created a file pocket to kind of represent the files kept in the cabinet at school and added some of the star washi tape from the shop to the front of the file pocket. I added a card that says Star Student, this will be a place to put her first day of school photo on. Then I added a Friends card for her to add her friends names. I also used some of the new star and heart Sticky Pickle Spots from the shop. And then on the bus die cut I put her bus number. Finishing it off I used the personalized flair from the shop that says “Kaylee Grade 2”.

Back to school 2015aI have to say that Kaylee loves contributing to my memory keeping in my PL album and it definitely  it more personal to me.

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I hope this inspires you to get the children in your life more involved in your PL album.

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Supplies Used:

Gold sequin star from Star Spangled Relish Mix
Colorful Star Scatter Washi
Stars Sticky Pickle Spots
Heart Sticky Pickle Spots
Personalized Flair – All you have to do is send a message requesting what you would like

Until next time!!

Treasa for ThecraftyPickle.com

New New New Products!!!!

Hello Tuesday!!!

So in love with all the new products in the store right now …she is hitting on all my new crafting projects that I am working on right now …scrapbooking, pocket pages, planners, journaling bible and so much more….

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Here is the front of my new organizer…so easy …feed the cording thru the wonderful magnetic charm and tie it in a knot and you are ready to go….I added a little ribbon to mine!! LOL. I love this personalized planner charm system!

I will start with my planner calendar this month… now this is all new to me ..I am just getting started so using all the wonderful products from The Craft Pickle really gets me started on the right foot!!!

Products Used:
American Craft Stick Note Planner
American Craft Sticky 1 2 3 note pads
Pickle Planner Flair and Magnet
Magical Mouse Relish Mix
Rock Candy Relish Mix
Black Heart Washi Tape
Cute Colorful Cars Washi Tape
Road Pattern Washi Tape
Gold Wash Tape
Studio Calico Baxter Vellum Hearts
Sticky Pickle Spots: Asterisks
Vintage Camera Flair
I love Books Button Flair

This is the month of August for me …last week of summer here in Texas and then my boys start to school next Monday!!! So …it is all about getting in doctors appointments, going to the Houston Texans Training Camp and one last road trip… I had to use the supper sweet flair of the boy reading the book and the Vintage camera is one of my favorites because it can go on anything because if you are like me I am all ways taking pictures!!!

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Then I made my own little dashboard with some of my favorites from the store!!! I use a piece of acetate and then punched holes in it to fit in my organized then added Don’t worry I have a plan clip and all my goodies to it!!!

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Hope you liked looking into my organizer!!!!

kristin for ThecraftyPickle.com

Bookmark/Card

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.

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I used the “I Love Books” flair button, some washi tape and self-adhesive sequins, all from The Crafty Pickle shop.

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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!

Products used:

CTMH Boardwalk washi tape

I Love Books TCP flair

Thanks for visiting!

stephanie for ThecraftyPickle.com

BIG shop update!

Hi Crafty Friends!

We took a bit of a break the last few months in our TCP Etsy shop but now were back with 9 BRAND NEW Flair sets, New personalized singles including Monograms, a couple of sequin mixes and WASHI TAPE! YAY!

Here is a little peek at what you will find over in our shop!

Shop update! www.thecraftypickle.com

 

Head on over and check it out! Stay tuned for inspiration from our design team using our fun new products!

Happy Crafting!
The Crafty Pickle

Finally found a Washi storage system that works!

So I have been on the hunt for a storage system for all the Washi tape I have accumulated. I started out in one drawer and that worked for a while but I quickly outgrew that. Washi was everywhere! You might remember my post a few weeks ago about my project life card storage using the Close To My Heart Medium organizer cases. Well those worked out so well that I got a couple of large organizers for my stamps. Those cases stacked up perfectly which made me think of the small organizer and my washi dilemma. I wasn’t too sure if my washi would fit or the rolls would be a little too big so I took a chance and ordered just one of the cases. I was so excited everything fit perfectly with a little room to spare height wise.

For more info visit www.thecraftypickle.com or www.thecraftypickle.ctmh.com


20130319-084553.jpg Did I mention that these cases stack perfectly together? The only difference in the dimentions is the height of the cases.

For more info visit www.thecraftypickle.com or www.thecraftypickle.ctmh.com

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So now that I found that these cases work I am going to order a couple more to fit the rest of my collection (yes that was only half of my washi) in the case that I pictured I have a total of 116 rolls, some are wide washi rolls so it could fit more or less depending on the size of your washi tape. I also plan on getting one more along with the insert and small boxes so that I can organize my smaller embellishments like wood veneer.

If you would like to see these cases with the washi a little closer check out THIS youtube video.

To check out the organizers I have described and see more, check out my CTMH website at http://www.thecraftypickle.ctmh.com or click the blinkie on the right hand side of my page (under my photo)

Happy Crafting!