Hi everyone! Are you having fun hoping along to see who the new DT is?! I hope so! I'm so excited that I get to be part of such a fabulous team again. Emily is a sweetheart and I love working with her. I also can't wait to see all the crafty goodness these ladies will bring to the E.A.D Designs Team! Did you find your way here from Stephanie's blog? If not, start over at the E.A.D Designs blog, please :)
Happy Saturday! I hope everyone had a fun Friday night!
I think I told you that I have been selling my cards locally at two different stores in my area. If not, well I am! :) I had a request from one of the store for 30 custom made baby shower invitations! I am so stoked! I've never done anything like this before so I hope I can pull it off. The lady on the phone was so sweet saying how much she loved my cards and really wanted me to make these for her. That got me thinking, why didn't I advertise for this sort of thing? I decided to whip up a little sign to hang at the store, just incase anyone else wanted to place an order. (I felt odd about having my phone number in the photo so I blurred it out)
This sign may or may not have some E.A.D Designs sneak peeks in it!! ;)
When I started this was just a brown, rectangular piece of cardboard from a Costco yogurt box! I think it turned out pretty cool!
Again I used that AWESOME Bam Pop! Font that is HALF OFF at Torendi!
Don't forget about my Necklace GIVEAWAY!! Read this POST!!
I have always wanted to live in a neighborhood that plays the "you've been booed game" at Halloween but it hasn't happened yet. I'm thinking this year I will start my own version and see how it goes. Hopefully I can get friends and neighbors to play along. When I saw the Cosmo Cricket Matilda line I knew I had to have it and it would make the cutest fall cards. I sat down and made two 3x3 cards the other day for when I start up my "BOO" game!
I think they are the cutest!
You can find the Matilda Paper Pads at Torendi along with the Bam Pop! Pop Font 2 (HALF OFF) that I used to paper piece "boo"! The Matilda Paper Pad has an adorable paper with candy corn on it too. Make me think of this guy
*Please scroll down if for the E.A.D Designs Blog Hop!*
See anything different?! Yep, I added just some of my Scrabble Tile Necklaces to the side bar! Once PayPal starts behaving again I will add more but I thought I would post the photos here for now.
If you would like to purchase any of the ones below that aren't on the side bar yet just leave me a comment or send me an email and I will get back to you ASAP!
Spread the news (with a link to my blog) that I am now selling my necklaces online and leave a comment here showing me where you posted your shout out (a blog, a forum, facebook, etc) and you will be entered to win the necklace of your choice!
Welcome Blog Hoppers! It's time to see some more wonderful E.A.D Designs creations! You should have found your way here from De's Blog and I hope you left her many wonderful comments for being our fabulous August guest designer!! THANK YOU DE!
Today my creations has a wedding theme. I had a beautiful wedding to attend last weekend with a pink, black and white theme. I wanted to share the card and close ups of the book I made. (I could't find a good way to photograph the full pages of the book) For the card and book I used a combination of the E.A.D Designs All About Me, Wedding Sentiments, and Congrats Sentiments Stickerz. Of course you will notice WASHI TAPE as well! ;)
Here is the card I created for the newlyweds :D
A close up view
This is the outside of the envelope
Here is the outside of the wedding album. I love the little xoxo sticker!
The title for a "frame" in the book
Half of the "bride" page with lots of Stickerz
Love this wedding cake sticker for the "cake" page of course!
Thanks for letting me share my wedding book today. I hope they liked it!
Ok, I bet you can't guess what has been taking up the majority of my crafting time! Ok, maybe you can! Here are some more tiles. Most of these have been sold and I already have a fresh batch brewing but I wanted to share! If you have any questions about supplies used, PLEASE leave a comment or email me!
A happy bunch!
Sort of a retro feel.
These all have a painted base. The right two are using crackle paint that Laurel sent me!! THANKS!
Hello and welcome to the Lawn Fawn Hearts Cards for Kids Blog Hop! We have all come together today to make cards for a wonderful cause,Cards for Kids! We hope to encourage you to also make cards for this great cause and have fun along the way, too! So please hop along with us, and make sure to leave comments as there will be prizes for commenters and participants! So let's get going! Also, if you are lost in the hop, you can always start at the beginning atthe Lawn Fawn blog. Thank you so much for hopping along with us today! Hopefully you found your way here from Heather's Blog. :)
Here is the card I whipped up for the hop! It was so quick and easy! I plan on making a bunch more to mail out.
Paper: Jillibean Soup Kraft
Stamps: LawnFawn Critters in the Burbs
Bam Pop! Chipboard
Thanks for stopping by! To continue on this fabulous hop go to Tenia's Blog !
It's E.A.D Designs blog hop day and I'm so glad you could join us! Today I have two cards with similar color themes (both BasicGrey Koshi Paper) to share. I hope you found me from De's Blog, if not, start over HERE!
This card/stamp make me think of Nick and I every time I see it. We used to own a Vespa and loved to bring it to San Francisco....it made for easy/affordable parking! Maybe we will get another one someday...or buy back the our old one! (hint hint if the right person is reading this LOL)
Double N, is for my name, Jenn (if anyone was confused). I'm sure you all know at least two or more Jenns, Jens, or Jennifers. Well in my small circle of friends, I was called Double N, and the other Jen was Single N (so creative!). It did the trick to let us know who you were trying to talk to though.
Most of my time is devoted to my two beautiful daughters, Aurora and Alice. I'm forever behind in my scrapbooking because I take too many pictures of my babies.