Archive for May 14th, 2008

To make a dotted circle, which has become a signature for me, you will need: Pen, glue, jewels/buttons/sequins and a Crafter’s Workshop Template “Dot Burst”

Line up the template where you want the circle, and decide how big it should be.

Make marks in the cutouts of the template, remove template

Add glue on the marks

Add the embellishments. Ready!

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His first brake track!

PP: Bo Bunny, CS: DCWV, stickers: Karen Foster and Jolee’s, “brake tracks”: Glue Dots Glue Lines and Vintage Glass Glitter (Art Glitter Institute), Fluid Chalks, ribbon: CC Hobby

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Another biking LO – these moments are so funny to scrap!

PP: Dream Street, stickers: Karen Foster, tape: Prima, CS: Bazzill

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Kevin was so happy when he discovered he could really ride that bike!

PP: Crate Paper, brads: MM, alphas: AC Thickers and Doodlebug Loopy Lou, flowers: Prima, Fluid Chalks

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If you don’t have a bike parking – use Dad!

PP: Basic Grey, CS: DCWV, metal sign: Karen Foster, flowers: Prima Esprit, brads: MM, buttons: CC Hobby, fluid chalk

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PP: K&Co Urban Rhapsody, alphas: Doodlebug Loopy Lou, Paper frills: Doodlebug, flowers: Prima Esprit, floss, fluid chalks, buttons, brads: MM

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Because this one is way too small!

CS: K&Co Urban Rhapsody, die-cuts: Ellison Decorative Accents, ribbon: Panduro, alphas: Basic Grey and Doodlebug Loopy Lou, Fluid Chalks

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