Sunday, July 16, 2017

This Southern Tongue did it again! 

We posted a video of a brand new collection, just in the shop yesterday and my Southern slang got the best of me and I pronounced it just like I saw it lol. I knew better, just didn't do better. The beautiful city that this collection is named after nestles along the French Riviera and was made famous in the early fifties by Brigitte Bardot. A place that I would love to visit but will most likely never get to go. This city is Saint Tropez, pronounced, Sant-Troupès in Provençal dialect. Or to this Southern girl "Sant Tro-pay". So sorry for the error in the pronounciation but never-the-less this collection is beautiful as well as the city it's named after. 

The collection:

The City: 

Friday, July 14, 2017

Notebook Using The Cinch

Here is the little notebook to go with out locker storage we created a few days ago. This came together so quick. I may have to make more very soon. Below is the full tutorial and measurements.

Chipboard cut at 5x8 1/2
Cardstock to cover CB cut at 7 1/4x10 1/4

Front and inside mats: 4 3/4x8

paper for the inside:

Cinch wire used was 3/4"

Thursday, July 13, 2017

We have a Surprise for you!! 

We have been doing some inventory and realized we have a ton of Christmas collections and embellishments. To say the least we are over loaded, therefore we are having a SURPRISE CHRISTMAS IN JULY SALE!! 

For the next two days we will be loading product in a "special" album called SURPRISE. These items will be at or below 30% off retail. Now is the time to stock up for Christmas!! 

Wonderful Christmas at fantastic prices. What more could you ask for! 

So get those fingers ready, there is no set time to start or stop. As soon as you see the first items go up you can start purchasing. All these items are in stock and ready to ship. 

Note: All invoices must be paid on time or full retail price will be charged. 

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Upcycle Cereal Box to Locker Storage

Upcycle Cereal Box to Locker Storage

Our video is uploading now. This is a quick and easy project, but oh so fun to create. And it is recycling, which I love!

The measurements will be different for all boxes so you will have to measure yours, but this gives you the idea on how it comes together.

Video Tutorial:

Products I used can be found here: 
Faber Castel Pens:
Diamond Stickles:
Tim Holtz Shears:

Sunday, July 9, 2017

July Special Deals!

We see that a  lot of companies are having Christmas in July specials, and not that I am a fan of Christmas in the middle of the summer but we decided to join in and give some deals out to our wonderful customers. So here you are:

Take an additional 15% off every item in our store that is a Christmas collection. We do have a few collections loaded and will be uploading more as soon as they are available. So start now and get your collections for Christmas on order while you can get the discount. Just use coupon code Christmas15 (Please keep in mind these collections are preorders and will be shipping in the next few weeks) so purchase them now and save.

Click the photos below to go straight to the collections, or just browse the website.

Website link: 

Friday, July 7, 2017

Fun and Easy Double Twist Card Tutorial

We are uploading the tutorial and all the measurements to this double twist card. This card is so easy and fun and comes together really fast so you can mass product them for birthdays, weddings, invitations etc. The video is uploading now at the link below. And below you will find a list of the products I used. Most of these can be found at our online store.

YouTube Tutorial: 

Our Store:

7 1/8x5 1/8 cardstock
score on long side at 2 3/8" on both ends
Mats are 2 3/8x5
Inside mat: 2 1/4x5
Closure: 1 3/4x1/2
1" circle for button 

Products Used 

Art Glitter Glue and Fine Tip: 
Cricut Trimmer:
KC Die Release Tool:
Tim Holtz Scissors:
Art Glitter Glue:
Fine Tip:
Martha Stewart Score Board:
EK success bone folder:
Glue Dots:

Friday, June 30, 2017

4th of July Shaker Card

Here is a 4th of July shaker card that you don't have to have a Cricut for. This card is quick and easy but beautiful. My husband said it looked like fireworks lol.

Card base
4 1/4 x 5 1/2


4 1/4 x 5 1/2
4 x 5 1/4

The complete tutorial and instructions are on my video.

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Fourth of July Raised Panel Card

This Fourth of July card was made using very few products and it comes together very quickly. I did use the Cricut to cut out the flag and the stars. But you could always just use a print out or a clip art.

The list of supplies we used is listed below. And to see the full tutorial just click the video.

Thanks and enjoy! E

Cricut Design Space:
Neenah Metallic CS:
Cricut Trimmer:
use this code for 15% off and FREE shipping
American Flag Cricut: #M30BED or Stand and Salute cartridge
Foam Tape:

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Purse Mini Album

I have been working on this project for a few days and finally got the opportunity to finish it. It doesn't take that long, but I kept getting interrupted lol. I love these albums and they hold a ton of photos and memorabilia. I am leaving a link to the two part video and the instructions on measurements are below. If you have any questions please let me know.

Part one of the video tutorial:
Part two of the video tutorial:

The mini has 6 pages front and back, 6 flaps front and back and 6 pockets. The full overall size is 7"x7"x3" not including the handles. 

You will need the following or something similar to create this project. 

Front, Back and Spine

 2 pieces of chipboard cut at 7"x7"
Spine - 1 piece of chipboard cut at 3"x7"

To cover the chipboard I use two pieces of 12x12 craft paper glued together and then cut down to 
19 1/4"x9". Make sure to cut off each end on the long way so that your seam will fall in the middle of the spine piece, this makes it easier to cover. 

Outside cover sheets 

 2 - 6 1/2"x 6 1/2" of paper
Spine mat is cut at 2 1/2"x 6 1/2"

Inside Mat - 2 sheets cut at 8 1/2" and then either glue them together or I just put them down with the seam falling in the middle of the spine. 


1 - 7 1/4"x6 1/4" sheet , score on the 7 1/4" side at 1/2" on both ends
1 - 6 1/4"x6 1/4" no scoring on this sheet
1 - 4 3/4"x6 1/4" score on the 4 1/4" side at 1/2" on one end. 

Glue the 6 1/4x6 1/4 sheets onto the longer sheet using the 1/2" folds you made this will create you pocket. For the flap cut a slight slant off the 1/2" fold so that it will insert into the pocket easily. Glue inside one end of the pocket. Only put glue on one side of the 1/2" flap so that you will have an open pocket. (All this is shown in the video linked above)

Mats for Pages 

6x6 sheets for the pages themselves
4x6 sheet for the flaps


Cut at 12"x2" and scored at 1" down the long way.


2 pieces cut at 5x1 3/4", put your magnet inside and glue together. Round the ends. 

To create the faux leather look I used Kaisercraft kraft cardstock, Tim Holtz Vintage photo distress ink and art glitter glue. Then my bone folder to rough it up a little. (shown in the photo)

Any questions please let me know. And if you make this project please share with us in our members room. HERE

Monday, June 26, 2017

Who Wants To Win?

We will be giving away a set of 6 of the BRAND NEW released Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink! Ranger and Tim have just released 12 new Oxide colors and we want to help you add them to your collection. To enter just leave a comment below. We will choose a winner on July 4th and announce on our YouTube channel. Make sure to subscribe! 

Winner will have 24 hours to claim their prize. 

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Travel Junk Journal & We R Planner Punch Review 

We will be creating a travel junk journal using scraps and supplies from our stash. Envelopes, paper bags, photo pockets, tags, library pockets and lots more items will go into our journal. 

We will also be using and reviewing the new We R memory keepers planner punch board during this video. 

Tune in at 12 noon CST to watch the creating and see how it all comes together. And hear my thoughts on the new punch board. 

Our YouTube channel is:

Monday, June 19, 2017

Who Likes It FREE??

More Freebies! Use this link below, then go to the upper right of the page and click FREEBIES. The beautiful font, Astereiska, pictured below is this week absolutely FREE for you to download. This is licensed to be used on the Cricut.

Create an account so you will be notified when there are FREEBIES for you to download.


Sunday, June 18, 2017

Oh My! Look at this!

This is one of the new beautiful colors from Cricut! How beautiful is this right? Now let me tell you how you can get this machine at a great cost!!  Trade up and get $50 off. If you have Cricut access get 10% off. Use the code JUNESHIP and get FREE shipping. Save big, but time is running out.  Click the links no below and start shopping. 

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Tool Box With Tools, From Paper & Stamps

I wanted to create this last week, but things just didn't work out. Hopefully it will help someone with a Fathers day card. This is a cute tool box equipped with tools, just using stamps and dies and a little coloring. The video is uploading and below are the measurements.

Video Tutorial:


Cardstock 11 x 8 1/2 inches
Score on long side at 2 1/2", 4", 7", 8 1/2"
Turn one turn score at 1 1/2", 7"

On the 1 1/2" score lines cut away the first rectangle on all four sides. Then just cut up on the square box that is left, this creates your tab. 

Find the center of the long center rectangle on the sides where you just cut the block away and mark lightly. Use your score tool to create a triangle box from the score line up to the mark you made. 

Glue the small tabs to the outside of the box. Then fold up the long flaps to close the box. 

If all this is confusing follow the video. 

I stamped out tools from and Altenew stamp and die set found here

Mat is 2 1/4"x 5 1/4", this is used on the long closure flaps. Decorate as desired

little closure piece is 1 x 2 inches scored in the middle and glued together. Glue one piece down and then put Velcro on the other to make the closure. 

Demo set 35% off retail, used once. Click HERE 

Monday, June 12, 2017

We Have Teamed Up With The Best!

We have teamed up with some of the best companies in the industry, and they are sending us money saving offers that we want to share with you. Below you will find some of the offers they are sending us that we want to pass on to you. We will post different coupon codes, special deals and more each week as we get them from the affiliates. But do keep in mind that most all offers have an expiration date, therefore take advantage of the offers when you see them or you may miss out.

gina k designs



Thursday, June 8, 2017

Mini Album ~ Card ~ ??

Here is a project we worked on this morning. I have been wanting to create this for a while but just couldn't squeeze it in. Well today we just did it. lol The video is uploading now and the measurements are below along with some photos.

Hope you enjoy the video:

Cardstock 10 1/4x5 1/2 inches
Score on the long side at 3 1/8", 6 1/4", 9 3/8"

Second piece of card-stock 5 1/2"x3 1/8"

This will glue to the small flap on the first part you made. This just makes more room for photos. 

9 mats cut at 5 1/4"x2 7/8"

For the top piece where the hearts are cut you will need two pieces cut at 5 1/8"x3 1/8"
Score on the long side at 1 1/2", 4 1/4", 4 1/2"
For this you will need two mats cut at 2 1/2"x2 7/8"

Cut your heart out of the flap as shown in the video

For the Top piece you will need a piece of cardstock cut at 5 1/2"x3 7/8" 
score on the short side at 3 1/8," 3 3/8"
The mat for this piece is one of the 9 you cut earlier

You will also need 4 mats for the inside cut at 2 1/2"x2 3/4", these go on after you finish the outside. 

The slit for the heart is cut as shown in the video. This will depend on how large your heart is. I just free-handed mine so it was about 1 1/5" all together. 

Mat the heart or leave it plain. 

The paper used was Rustic Cottage from the store:

Master Detective & French Country

Monday, June 5, 2017

Have You Ever Tried This?

Oh my goodness there is a wonderful product out there for all of us who don't really like the loose glitter. lol This is a product I have just discovered and oh my am I in love. I know, I know most of you have already used this product and love it. I am just a little late in finding it.  It is called Glitter Dust Spray! Can you believe it a glitter dust in a spray. What will they think of next. This product comes from one of our awesome affiliate companies Therm-o-web.

Here is a little info about the product just in case you are like me and want to know what things are made of lol.

Glitter Dust™ is a clear artist spray infused with ultra-fine glitter that will not warp your paper or bleed inks! Perfect for adding a hint of sparkle and shimmer to any project! 
Features & Benefits:

  • Net Wt 3.39 oz (96 g) • 4.2 fl oz 125 mL
  • Acid Free
  • Available in: Gold, Silver & Iridescent. Color depicted on cap is approximate.
  • Great for: paper, cardstock, invitations, scrapbooking, crafts, dried & silk flowers, wood, Stryofoam™, ceramics, fabric, card making, mixed media, altered arts, school projects, home décor, wedding decorations
  • When adhering embellishments to a surface treated with Glitter Dust, we recommend using a strong adhesive such as SuperTape™ or Zots®.
  • Add additional layers for more sparkle.
*Note: Due to the pressurized nature of this product it must be shipped via FedEx Ground services to the continental US only.

If you would like to give this product a try just click on the photo below and make your purchase. Thanks so much for supporting our affiliates. We here at SWME really appreciate it. 

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Beautiful Napkin Fold Card & Quick Coloring Technique

Here is a beautiful fun card that is easy to make but looks like you took hours. Below are the measurements and then you can just watch the video to see how it all comes together.

Card stock 9 1/2"x 9 1/2"
Score at 2 3/8", 4 3/4", 7 1/8" turn just one turn and score the same on the opposite side.

Now you will fold sides to the center as shown on the video. 

Make sure to fold both ways so it breaks down the fibers. 

Now fold up the points to meet the center. Again fold both ways to break down the fibers.

Contrasting card-stock 4 pcs 2 1/8" x 2 1/8" - cut from one point to the other making triangles.

These you will use to mat the triangles on your paper as shown on the video.

2 pc of another contrasting card-stock cut at 3"x 3" and split from corner to corner creating triangles.

These will cover the large triangles on the inside of the card as shown on the video. 

2 pc of card-stock (I use a third color) cut at 2 1/8" x 2 1/8" and cut from corner to corner. 

A circle for the center approx 1" and a smaller one for the center of that circle

Place your magnets under the middle circle and glue

Your opposite magnet goes on the back.  

Center pieces for stamping 3 3/4"x 3 3/4" and the piece I stamped I just use a die to cut out a top note shape. 

Have fun with these they are so easy but look so difficult. 


Video is uploading here:

Friday, June 2, 2017

We Are Branching Out!

Our goal has always been to offer you our customers the best products with the best prices and we are not about to stop now. We have now partnered with some of the best companies out there to bring you the latest and greatest prices you can get anywhere. Being a partner allows us to pass on to you exclusive discounts, special sales, new product releases, and yes even sometimes FREE items. 

Now let me tell you a little about how this will work. We will periodically post deals and sales on our blog, Facebook page, our online store, Facebook Store and Facebook Members room. The companies that we are partnered with will give us special links with special deals. If you make a purchase through any of these links they will pay our company a small commission at no extra cost to you. Sounds good right? Okay so lets get started with some great links, deals and coupons. 

Cricut is one of our partners and here are some great deals from them. Get 25% off mats this week only. This is for Cricut Access members. Not a Cricut access member? Why not? It is the best thing since sliced bread! Tons of fonts and images completely FREE. Plus extra discounts on every purchase. So click the link below to sign up, then enjoy all the perks.  

Thank you so much for helping support Scrapbooking With ME, we really appreciate you. 

E and all the SWME Team

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

This is for Aaron our Grandson

I am so pleased to be sharing this post with all of my Facebook friends and family. Our company has now partnered with, a fantastic group of people.

As most of you know we have a grandson, Aaron, who was diagnosed with Autism almost 14 years ago. This is something that has impacted our lives for almost 17 years now, and we are just the grandparents. Our daughter and son-in-law face these challenges and struggles with our sweet grandson every day.  Aaron has come a long way from a little boy who the doctors said would never talk, communicate, or show love and affection, to the handsome loving young man he is today. He not only talks but also sings gospel songs, and in front of large crowds. He has come a long way but there are still obstacles and challenges each and every day for Aaron and his family.

Autism now effects 1 in every 68 children born in the United States. It is one of those silent illnesses that you never know about until one day you look at your 4 year old and wonder why he is not talking, communicating or socializing as others his age do.  When my grandson was born in 2000 Autism effected 1 in every 500 children. The increase is staggering and continues to rise. We have to find a cure for this terrible illness.

My grandson looks just like any other 17 year old, therefore it is hard for someone who doesn't know he has issues to understand why he is sometimes having a meltdown because his schedule was changed. Autistic children lead a very structured life and anything out of the norm can cause them to come apart. There is just not enough awareness for outsiders to understand. So the next time you see a child "misbehaving" in public and you think to yourself, "that child needs discipline" try to remember that 1 in every 68 children you meet may be Autistic and can not help their actions anymore than you can help scratching an itch.

I said all of that to say this. In teaming up with the National Autism Resources Co, we are an affiliate for them. This means that you will see post from time to time from me that has photos and or links to the products NAR carries and information I receive from the. If you click on these links and make a purchase I earn a small commission. All the money from this affiliate link/s will go to Aaron's savings account to help with his education, physical and mental needs.  If you would like to help Aaron out you can do so by clicking one of these links and if you see something that you or someone you know could use you can make a purchase. The cost of the items is the same, there is no price increase for using these links.

Thank you in advance for your support.

Below is a photo of our sweet grandson.

 playableART Ball set

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Exciting news! It's Free!

Would you like to save money? Well we can help with that. Starting June 1st we will be offering FREE shipping for all orders over $100 at We want our customers to have the best experience when shopping with us. This is just our way of saying thank you from our team.

Note: You will need to use the code Freeship at checkout and this offer is only available for the USA. Shipping method will be at the shippers discretion. This does not apply to orders on our Facebook store and can not be used in conjunction with any other coupon.

                                                                                                    Thanks E

Friday, May 26, 2017

Stand Up Graduation Card Easel

Create this beautiful and quick stand up graduation hat easel in just a few minutes. 

If you are like me this time of year if hectic and you need to save all the time you can. And this project does it for you. 

Here are the measurements and the tutorial is on my YouTube channel.

Cardstock 10x5 inches
Score at 2 1/2 and 5 inches on the long side

Then you will score diagonally from the 2 1/2" score line down to 5 on both sides. 

Then go to the largest box and mark the center at 2 1/2", draw a line from that mark to where the diagonal line stopped at 5". This part you will cut away this makes the point of your hat. 

Mats for the hat at 3 1/4"x3 1/4" 

Bottom mats are: 4 3/4x2 1/4", then mat for stamping is cut at 4 1/2 x 2  inches

Hope you enjoy!


Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Introducing! The New Garden Life!

Here is another beautiful collection from Blue Fern called Garden Life. This collection promises to make you fell the spring weather and all the beauties that come with. Purchases this collection now either through our ONLINE store, or on our FACEBOOK store. We know you will be happy you did.

Here is a small sneak peek of this beautiful collection.

Don't forget to sign up for our NEWSLETTER so you will be notified of all new collections coming in.

Also subscribe to our YOUTUBE, we show new collections as they come in.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Graduation Slider Gift Box with Hidden Card

This is a cute and simple project but it is oh so fun to giveaway. Put candy in the box and make them think that is all they are getting, and when they slide the box out to see, presto you have a card slide out the other end.

So easy and fun for graduation gifts.

The tutorial is uploading now and here are the written measurements and links to supplies I used.

Cardstock 8x8 inches
Use your envelope punch board and punch and score at these measurements
2 5/8" punch & score, turn
3 3/8" punch & score, turn
2 5/8" punch & score, turn
3 3/8" punch & score, turn

Then go back to the score lines that are beside the punch outs and place the little point of the envelope punch board on that score line, punching again and scoring. This score line should come out right in the middle of the side punch you made prior. Do this all the way around. 

Now you need to cut some tabs, take the two larger points and cut the score line to the side of the large points just up to the first score line, this creates 4 tabs to glue the box together. 

Now we need to do a little more folding. Take one of the tabs and fold it over at the first score line, then fold it over again, causing the end of the tab to score along with the second score line. These parts will glue down to the inside of the box creating stronger sides. 

Bottom of the box cut at 4 1/8"x3 1/8" - this piece will go in the bottom of the box when you have glued all the sides down to the inside. Just as another extra support. 

Slider card holder- cut at 4 1/4"x7 1/8" score on the long side at 3/4, 7/8, 4 1/8 and 4 1/4. Fold and burnish well. 

Slots for the plastic slider. On the bottom of the piece you just created come in 1/4" from the last score line and make a small mark, do this on both sides and on both ends. Then take you ruler and join these 1/8" from edge of paper. You are cutting out a 1/8" slot. 

Plastic slider: I used a sandwich bag, it is better to use a larger plastic bag that does not have any side edges on it. The smother the better.  Cut this piece 2 3/4"x8 3/4" fold around keeping it in the slots and glue the ends together. Be careful not to get glue on the box, just glue the plastic together so it will slide around. I used score tape. 

The Hidden card piece: cut at 4 1/8"x3 1/8" - put glue just on one of the short end of this piece, not all over. If you have a side that you want up when you slide it out make sure to put the adhesive on that side. You will then place it on the plastic inside the flaps and center and glue. Then glue the flaps together trapping the card inside. 

Take the box you made and put adhesive just on one end, on the other end put a piece of ribbon in the center for a pull tab, gluing it to the bottom of the box. Make sure to just glue the box to the  plastic only. Glue  the box on the opposite end as you did the slider card. You want them to slide out on opposite ends. Press it down in the center. 

Wrap Around: Cardstock 4 1/4"x10 1/2" score on the long side at 2, 3 5/8, 6 7/8, 8 1/2.  Wrap this piece around the box and slider piece and glue to the bottom of slider piece only. 

Now you are ready to decorate:

Mats are cut at 3x4 inches and 3 3/4x2 3/4 inches. 

Cap is cut at 2x2

Link to the video tutorial:

Products I used: 

Bone Folder:
Die Release Tool:
Art Glitter Glue:

Cruise, Craft and Create!

We will be creating this beautiful Faux Leather Travel Folio on our cruise retreat in September! This is made from a Faux leather material from Cricut and very durable. Holds lots of documents, credit cards, money and more. Plus we are making a removable notebook to take notes, to do list etc.

The classes are only $19.99 and all supplies are furnished. A link to sign up will be posted very soon. Limited space is available so make sure to follow this blog to get notified when the classes go up.

If you have not signed up for the cruise, make sure to do so soon to get in on the best rates. Contact Libby at

Hope to see you there! We are going to have a blast!

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Travel Folio and Huge Announcement

Today we made a travel folio to keep those receipts, documents, or just memorabilia in when you are traveling. I love making these little folios, so easy and simple, but look so nice. And of course we went with a beach theme since I love the beach and wish I was there now lol. All the links to the products I used are below and the link to the full tutorial as well.

2 pieces of Chipboard cut at 4'x7'
Book Spine heavy card-stock cut at 3"x7"
Score the spine piece at 3/4" on each end of the long side, then score at every 1/8" between those two score lines, creating the spine fold. 

2 pieces of card-stock for the cover cut at 9'x5' inches
Place on outside starting at where the chipboard meets the spine, leaving about the same amount of overhang on all three sides.

Flip over cut out your corners and fold excess over creating your book cover. 

Inside cover piece, cut at  3 7/8'x 6 7/8' inches. You will need 2 of these. 

Glue these on the inside covering the raw edges of the outer paper. 

2 pcs of card-stock cut at 4x4.5, score at every 1/2" on the 4.5" side.
Accordion fold this

5 sheets of paper for the folio pockets cut at 6 3/4x3/78"

These will glue on the mountain folds of the accordion pcs, use a strong glue.

Pockets: 2 cut at 4 1/5x5 score at 1/2" on two long sides and one short side. Put scor tape on these folds cutting out the corners and glue on the right side. 

Decorate as desired

Beach Paper:
Bone Folder:
Die Release Tool:
Art Glitter Glue:

YouTube Tutorial:

Friday, May 12, 2017

Melina's Birthday Swiper Card

This is a quick and easy card but very, very cute. Below are the measurements and you will find the full tutorial on the YouTube link below. 

You will need: 

2 pieces of card stock 4 1/4x6 3/4 inches
On the long side score at 1", and 1 3/4" on both pieces

Mats solid white cut at 4 1/8x4 7/8 inches
Designer Paper mat cut at 4x 4 3/4"

Side panel mat: solid white cut at 4 1/8"x7/8" 
Designer paper mat cut at 3/4x4 inches

The Swiper part is cut at 2x2 3/4 inches

Score on one of the points just 3/4" in from point making sure you keep it straight across. 

You will fold the score lines on the two card stock pieces like a "Z"

On the card stock piece you are using for the front, measure down on the first score line from to 
1 3/4" and make a pencil mark. 

At this point is where you will glue the part on your swiper that you just scored and folded. Gluing the long part straight up the score line. 

For the tiny envelope I cut this at 3x3 and scored in from each point 1 1/8". You can always put balloons or other things on here doesn't have to be an envelope. Just glue the envelope on the swiper about half way down. 

Hope this make sense, this one is not so easy to write up. Maybe by watching the tutorial you can get the jest of it all. Have fun and any questions let me know.

YouTube Video Link:

Our Store: 

Links to products we used: 

American Craft cardstock packs:
Tim Holtz Oxide Inks:
Martha Stewart Score Board:
Art Glitter Glue:
Scollop dies: