Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Thursday's Sticker Projects

Erin used fabric label stickers from Me & My Big Ideas to make a page border, and Fancy Pants chipboard stickers as page accents on this beachy layout.

Pia used stickers from "Lagerhaus" to highlight the school theme on her layout. She also used Dymo and tape (kind of stickers...?). Title in English: "First Grader"

Pam used chipboard journaling stickers from Prima’s Flights of Fancy to add dimension to her card. The larger chipboard piece was the perfect place for her sentiment. To showcase a different “sticker” idea, she used 7 Gypsies gaffers tape to create her ribbon. Paper tape would also work well.

Lisa H used six stickers on her layout. The title was made with two clear stickers, a fast alternative to alphabet stickers. Instead of using a button or brad to accent the felt snowflake Lisa used two stickers which she cut out from a larger sticker to create her own center accent. The tab sticker was a great way to set off the hidden journaling where Lisa lists her son's Christmas gifts for last year.

Karen used several different types of stickers from her stash. The picture corners and the round stickers between the flowers are regular stickers from Kelly Panacci, the letters are stickers from Close to My Heart that come white and you ink them, and the flourishes and the little flower with the jewel are cardstock stickers.

Tanya has used her daughter's left over sticker remnants and her paper punches to create these circle and square sticker embellishments for her cards. They were the left over pieces from a sheet of Super Hero stickers that her daughter just had to have. A great way to recycle!


Anonymous said...

Those are all so gorgeous!

Random Acts of Krafting said...

Wow ladies, did you guys rock this sticker challenge.

Sasya said...

love your works, so beautiful!!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Total job well done ladies!!!

Deanne :)