Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Shipping Links and New Scrapbook Pages


Today I wanted to share one shopping link and a couple of new projects. It's a big day of shopping for Amazon Prime members. It's a sale that's supposed to be 'better than Black Friday'! If you are going to shop-please consider going thru my affiliate link below. As an affiliate anything you buy sends a little love back to the site to help pay for things like more tutorials.  It doesn't cost you any more and really helps me keep the blog going. All year long you can click the link in the side bar to support Hot Wheels and Glue Guns and it doesn't cost you a penny more-thank so much for all the support!

Also, let me know what you buy-I love hearing about good deals. I am hoping for a good deal on an online streaming stick, maybe a Roku? Click the logo to shop:

Now, back to regularly schedule programming...

Kentucky Derby Scrapbook Page 2014

 supplies: paper: Chickaniddy Crafts and 7Paper (Studio Calico), Queen & Co. camera washi tape, American Crafts letter stickers, Amer. Crafts White Cardstock (my favorite), Sharpie Fine Tip Pen, from my stash: silver gems, pink paper strip, camera label, foam heart

I love so much about this layout: my favorite people all dressed up (I was pretty proud of my little fascinator, lol), the colors! pink+black+white is always a winner, and this streamlined layout. I need to use this more often


.And a Derby Party layout...





supplies: paper: Chickaniddy Crafts and 7Paper (Studio Calico)FF emoticon wood chipsAmerican Crafts letter stickersAmer. Crafts White Cardstock (my favorite), Sharpie Fine Tip Pen, from my stash: black cardstock, perfect day sticker

 Derby y'all. More of the same here. In addition to more of that awesome Amelia paper I should point out the yellow horse paper was a surprise find at Scrapbook.com. I am not a huge fan of matchy-matchy theme products for all my scrapbooks, so I appreciated this fun print for it's horsiness without too much cutsie-ness. Also, I have been really inspired by one of my coworkers who is a hand lettering master. I have been sneaking lessons form her and decided to try a scripty font. Nothing fancy, I know, but I do love how it turned out.

 
My friend Jessica had a lot of fun with the party balloon mascot ; )

Thanks for stopping by today-hope you are having a great week! Be back soon,

Michelle

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