I love my two little babies so much. This layout captures how much fun they have together and how lucky I am to have two such sweet and precious kids.
I used my New Confections Kit to create this page.
I have such exciting news to share but I need to wait for another week or so but I know you will be so happy with me! Doing the Happy Dance!
On an side note I got the organizing bug and although I have not gotten very far with my to do list the few things I did manage to get done just gave me this inner happiness that is just sooo amazing. Nothing soothes like clearing out clutter!
Well that is all I have to share…Happy Scrapping!
I must admit I was so afraid to try this…scared that it might hurt the machine. I even thought it did not work because it cuts so clean you can not ‘see’ the cut lines after the Slice has finished. But I have tried a few times now and I am very happy with the results. On the WhySlice site they have a list of paper types the Slice can cut. It is very strongly recommended that you use a fusible web backing adhered on your fabric before attempting this.
You will need at least a 4×4 inch of thin fabric, fusible web backing or I used Heat-n-Bond Iron On Adhesive. Whatever you want to decorate (t-shirts, onesies, towels, pillowcases etc.) and a die-cutting system that is known to cut through fabric.
(NB You can use punches too with the Iron on Adhesive…I did a few with my Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch and it works like a bomb!)
Iron your t-shirt to remove wrinkles. Following the manufacturers instructions iron on the adhesive backing.
Place the Fabric Paper side down on your Slice Cutting Mat. Make sure it is securely attached to the cutting board and that it will not move around.
Select the desired size, and Cut holding firmly so the machine will not move around.
When the Slice has finished cutting you might think oh dear it did not cut! lol! But if you peel the Fabric off the cutting board being very careful to not separate the backing from your fabric you will see it did an excellent job. I had two coordinating pieces of 4×4 inch Fabric and I cut the same design twice.
Decide where you wish to place your designs before peeling off the backing and ironing the fabric to the t-shirt.
Iron them on in steps.
And what about wearing your heart on your sleeve?
Let it cool and if you are savvy with the sewing machine you can add some more detail. I just loved these and I think the possibilities are endless!
I had a very excited Chrismari who did not want to pose! lol! But as you can see it is such a cute project and just perfect for Valentines Day!
I made these for Chrismari’s Valentines Day Celebrations at School. She tells me everyone loved them! lol.
They really were so easy to assemble and they look so pretty together.
You can grab the Treat Toppers HERE
Happy Valentines Day! May it be SWEET!
So in between Christmas, School Holidays and my Mom coming to visit I missed out on sharing my layout that was published in the Scrapbooks Etc. Jan/Feb Magazine.
Have you seen it yet?
I was also featured on the Daily Digi Blog and I did this very cute project for them…
It hangs in my scrap room and I must say I totally love it! It was super easy to assemble. I just printed out the banner files and added some stitched crepe paper and cute MM Glitter Chipboard Stickers. Oh and dont forget the buttons!
Last but not least I took forever to complete this very cute project and I am so happy with the results. The reason why it took forever was because I first ran out of ink and then a hundred and one other things piled up on my to do list so I am so happy to finally have it finished. And it was my very first successful embossed image! Yay! lol!
Is that purse not just the cutest? I love love it! It is Kelleigh Ratzlaff’s Sassy Purse Template available at the Digichick. I used some Sassafras Lass Papers, Pink and Orange Bazzil Cardstock, Fiskars Threading Water Punch and my MM Slice for the flowers and butterfly.
So before I forget I hope you all have a wonderful valentines day!