It's me Tiffany. This is sadly the last post for my Guest design term.I want to Thank everyone for all your comments. Thank you Misty you are truly amazing. and Thank you to my fellow teamies thank you for all your hard work and for inspiring me with every project. Ok now to my project.....hehe!! I made a card this month. I used the recent sketch from this months sketch challenge. I used Pink Paislee London Market paper which i absolutely love. I used 3 different gorgeous trims from the store. I also used my lacey circle Spellbinder die and layered a chipboard piece from Prima on top of that. I used a old Anna Griffin stamp to stamp the Thank You. The gorgeous flower is from Petaloo.
Mb's Treasurista Zibbet store.
Thank you for stopping by and if you have any questions feel free to ask. :)
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Hello Again! I am here with another "Teach Me Tuesday" Tutorial for MB's Treasurista.
I am so super glad you could join me for this weeks TMT tutorial! I will be honest... this weeks was super difficult for me to come up with! There have been so many amazing tutorials done so far from the other fantastic DT members that I had absolutely no idea what to make! HA! So, picture this, I have literally all my MBT goodies on my table in front of me and I am taking them out of their packaging one by one just staring at them thinking "what can I make with you?!?" It took me like 45 minutes to come up with a fresh idea! I do hope you enjoy! :)
I made an embellishment that you could use on paper or in your hair. Versatile, right?!? I KNOW! I really think they turned out super cute.
The supplies you will need are:
Satin flower w/ pearl center (MBT)
Round pearl/bead spray (MBT)
Alligator clips (if making hair clips)
Scrap paper of any color
Please watch the video below to see a step by step process of how they were made! Be sure to check out MB's Treasurista for the yummy satin flowers as well as many other fabulous items!
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Blog Hop Grand Prize Winner is.....
Love your card the lace and pearls were the perfect touch!
Challenge winner is....
Check out her entry HERE
Ladies, Please send me a confirmation email at firstname.lastname@example.org, you have 2 days to claim your prizes. Have a great day!!!
Thank you again everyone for participating in the hop and be sure to join us
every 3rd Sunday of the month for our MBT hops!!!
There will also be a MBT May Creative Challenge starting on the 6th. So please check back!
***Thanks for Stopping By***
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Welcome back to another Teach me Tuesday with the MBT Design Team. Today's tutorial it brought to you by the lovely Deb!!! She has made a video below. Please leave her some love in the comment section!
Tune in next Tuesday for another amazing tutorial!!!
***Thanks for Stopping By***
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Welcome to the MB's Treasurista Blog Hop
Good Morning! It’s time for another MBT Bloghop..Yay! We're getting a head start on the month of May with the theme Mother's Day. Each of the MBT designers has created a project to jump start that Mother's Day creative mojo in you. Please check out all the blogs and keep hopping, as there is a hidden grand prize giveaway and hidden blog candy throughout the designers blogs as well. I hope the MBT Designers inspire you as much as they do me! ;)
So here is some Mother's day inspiration that i created. I made this card as part of a Mother's Day Card swap over at Creating the Crafty Life, and i just love the way it turned out. I started out with some Kraft card stock as the base then i used some designer paper from K & Co for the mat. I place some white ruffled lace on the side that i had in my stash. To jazz up the lace i used the MBT White Daisy Pearl Trim down the center and a MBT 1" Lt. Pink Organza Butterfly for accent. i used the same butterfly to accent the bottom of the sentiment. I got the sentiment from a mini Inkadinkado stamp set, which may i say that mother's day stamps are hard to find. Anyway...hehe! I cut out the sentiment with one of my fav MFT dies, Polka Dot and popped it up with some foam pop dots. I distressed everything with distress walnut ink and to finish it off i added three half pearls in the upper right corner. I hope you found this card a bit inspirational and that you and your mother have a wonder Mother's Day!!! :) The recipe for this card is below :)
Recipe for this card:
Kraft card stock
K&Co Design paper
Lace and pearls from my stash
Recollections Pop dots
Inkadinkado mini stamp set
MFT Die-Namics Polka Dot
Walnut Distress Ink
Remember that the grand prize will be chosen from one of the designer's comments, so please make sure to show love to all the designers.
Here is whats up for grabs for the grand prize:
$20 gift certificate to the MB's Treasurista store!!!
Check out the STORE!!!
To be eligible for the grand prize you must do the following:
*Must* "like" the MBT Facebook page- Page LINK
*Must* be a MBT blog follower- Blog LINK
*Must* follow and comment on all the designer's blogs
Here is the lineup if you get lost:
Next up is the super talented and my sweet friend Leslie! I'm certain she will blow you away! So hurry up and click on over....
****Have a fantastic day!****
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Hello my friends! Here is my video for the
MBT Teach Me Tuesday Tutorial!
I hope you will enjoy it and learn how
to make these gorgeous beaded
acrylic and butterfly sprays!!
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
Welcome everyone to the MB's Treasurista Teach Me Tuesday! This Tuesday, I'll be showing you how to create a Satin Ruffle Trim embellishment. Super easy and quick to create with only a few supplies.
Here's what you'll need:
1. 2 x 12'' pieces of ruffled satin trim.
2. 1 piece of 12'' x 1/2'' piece of chipboard.
3. 12'' of decorative trim.
Here's how to make it:
1. With your glue gun, glue down your satin ruffled trim to one side of your chipboard. I chose to make my pieces 12 inches long but you don't have to. If you wanted to use this for a card, just cut it all shorter.
2. With your glue gun again, take your second piece of satin ruffled trim and glue it right beside your first piece of trim. Your pieces of trim should be butted up as close together as you can. You don't want any large visible gaps.
3. Trim your edges. Then take your lighter and lightly melt your edges. This will secure your fabric and will keep your fabric edges from fraying.
4. Next, take your decorative trim and glue it down onto your seam. Do not add too much glue. You'll want it to be secure but not have glue seeping out of the edges.
Voila! you're done! Try this technique with laces and other trims for a completely different look!
Also, here are the links of the items I used to create these beautiful embellishments:
Ivory Satin Trim 7/8''
Black Ruffle Satin Trim
Flower Trim with Rhinestone Center in Lt. Pink
Mini Pearl Flower Trim in Lavender
Thanks for stopping by! Have fun and try this for yourself!
Sunday, April 1, 2012
Hey everyone and Happy Spring!!! I want to start off our first spring challenge with a card sketch. I love to make cards and love spring so it was just natural to put the two together. I hope all the joys of spring, the MBT card sketch and my wonderful designers bring you tons of inspiration. As always there will be a prize and some surprise goodies as well...hehe I can't wait to see what you create...have fun!!!
Here are the rules:
- Must Be the spring theme
- Challenge is use the card sketch
- Submit Project as a "linky" to the MB's Treasurista Blog Creative Challenge post or any designers post
- Unlimited Entry submission per contestant
- Follow the MBT blog
- 1 Winner will be selected based on "Like" votes...so get the word out!
- Projects must be uploaded by April 21st 11:59pm
For some inspiration, please check out what my lovely designers have created....
$5 gift certificate to the MB's Treasurista store!!!
Can't wait to WIN?
4 day sale! April 6th-9th
20% off entire store!
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Are you ready? Just select the blue “Click Here to Enter” button below the thumbnails and follow the steps to join the party!