Can you believe it is the last day of February, heading into the third month of 2015! Today I am sharing my week 8 post for my artful scripture journal. This is one of my favorite scriptures and I enjoyed putting this page together. When I saw this week's verse I knew I wanted to use some of the black and white scraps of paper that I have been hoarding and I just added stickles to outline the lines and added a splash of red to my computer generated lettering.
I also decided to share this for the February blog challenge over at Mema's Crafts for the challenge of using red and white and one other color.
Take care and have a great weekend, I will be trying to stay warm!
As February comes to an end I would be remiss if I didn't at least share one project in honor of Black History Month. I celebrate and honor my heritage everyday! Today's LO is one that I have been trying to scrap for sometime and finally decided I wanted to make sure it was done for this month.
Last September my daughter's Girl Scout troop attended the historic highway marker dedication ceremony honoring the first Southern African American Girl Scout Troop. It was Troop 34 formed in 1932, they met on the Campus of Virginia Union University where the marker was dedicated. In addition the girls got to meet Gloria R. Scott the first African American Nationa President of the Girl Scouts. She was president from 1975-1978 and was instrumental in the redesign of the Girl Scout Trefoil to highlight the diversity movement. Ms Scott was also the first African American instructor to teach at a predominately white institution when in 1961 she started teaching Biology at Marion College in Indiana.
When completing the LO I used a kraft base from Recollections and papers from the K&Co Girl Scout paper pad, used my cricut to cut the word dedication, the highway sign and the uniform (shirt & vest). The sketch inspiration for this LO is from Tiare's Desk to Done challenge #51 and this is my eighth LO for my 2015 challenge.
Today I am sharing a card that I put together to send as encouragement to a young person currently starting their journey of serving our country. The sketch inspiration for this card same from Mojo Monday sketch #385. I just used misc.paper scraps from my stash, an embossing folder, some glitter tape from Recollections and a stamp that I picked up from Target sometime last year. I like how it came together and I hope it inspires her to continue to dream big on her journey.
I'm back today to share my seventh LO for my 2015 challenge, even though I don't really care for it I'm moving on. I can't really put my hand on why I don't like it, I think it has something to do with balance but I can't dwell on it any further, I might go back later and add some faux stitching, doodling or something else but for now it's done! I used paper from a Crate Paper pad that I picked up on clearance in Tuesday Morning, thickers for the word installation, washi tape and the sequin hearts all from my stash. I cut the tree using a file from the silhouette online store.
It is very cold here, the kids are out of school again today and DH is home sick. I know that they are working hard to clear the streets but I'm not sure if the kids will be able to go to school tomorrow especially with the cold temps and the snow turning into ice.
Today's card is one that I made for someone that recently lost their father, I always have a hard time creating sympathy cards but I like how this one came together. The pattern paper was a piece from the second sheet of paper that I picked up over the weekend. I used it in my scripture journal and for another card so I will toss the remaining scraps! The pattern paper and flowers are from Recollections, I used a punch for the pine branches, added gems and the card was done!
It's Wednesday and welcome to another edition of Wednesday Wanderings! Back at work today after an inclement weather day yesterday, they are calling for more snow this afternoon. I sure hope that it doesn't happen, It's time for the kids to get back in the classroom and out of their parents refrigerator! I know because while I was home yesterday that's all I did was eat and sleep! I did manage to work on a few projects but didn't get as much done as I wanted!
Today's project is another page from my Artful Journey Through Scripture journal which is a part of a FB group called Hide His Word in my heART. This page is from week 4 and we are up to week 7 so I'm playing catch up! I have just two more and I'll be current. The butterfly paper is some that I picked up while I was in GA over the weekend as I thought I'd have time to work on my journal but that didn't happen. I will use the balance of the sheet for a birthday card or two. I used my SLICE for the die cuts and added a few rhinestones and the page was done!
Take care and be safe if you are in the pathway of wintry weather.
Hello Friday, this has been a busy week trying to regroup from DD's birthday celebration and prepare for this week's celebration. We will be celebrating Uncle Willi'es 70th birthday, Uncle Willie and our daughter shares the same birthdate! It is so cold outside which is making it very hard for me to get motivated to get ready for our weekend roadtrip
Today's LO is one that I put together using some pictures that I took Thanksgiving Day last year. I used paper from a WeR Memory Keepers paper pad called Grandma's Kitchen. The picture's were actually taken in my MIL's kitchen as we were gathering around for grace before our meal.. The LO came together quickly since there was little room for embellishments once I added the pictures. The title was cut using my SLICE machine, added some stickers from my stash, stamped the date and the verse and it was done. This is my sixth LO for my scrapbook LO challenge for 2015.