Posts Tagged ‘Bazzill’

No, we haven’t been partying… Just moving the kitchen from the old cabin to the new, and cleaning them thoroughly on the way.

Patterned paper: Websters Pages, key and keyhole cast in molds from Crafts and Me using Magic Clay and misted with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, flowers unknown, the pearls are made using a Pearl Pen from Viva Décor. Journaling tag: Prima, lace: Panduro. The title is cut in self-adhesive Bazzill using a BossKut Gazelle.

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is something I do when scrapping these lovely pictures from our fishing trip last summer.

Patterned paper: DCWV Rustic, stamp: Stampin’ Up, title/cardstock: Fabriano cut with the Gazelle, journaling tag: Prima, paper decorations: Tattered Angels, office type brads.

Patterned paper: DCWV and Panduro, title in Bazzill self-adhesive, cut with the Gazelle, journaling tag: Prima, brads: Karen Foster, buttons: Jesse James, “pearls”: Viva Décor Pearl Pen.

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… work, but will also give warmth for the winter!

DH working on my brother’s cabin last summer. Putting up insulation while it’s 25°C outdoors…

Cardstock: Bazzill, Patterned Paper: Panduro, Journaling sheet: Prima, title: self-adhesive Bazzill cut with the Gazelle, key and keyhole: made in Magic Clay in molds from Crafts and Me.

I casted these using Magic Clay which becomes light as paper, and feels just like fun foam, when dry. They take both Distress Inks and Mists beautifully.

I just love this paper! Need to get more to play with…

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I’ve been thinking about these for some time now, and when I saw similar ones in a magazine, I thought I had to make them!

Nothing strange, uh?

The main picture can be taken off and used as a refrigerator-magnet!

Picture mounted on a magnet plate, and two strips to attach it to the card. The picture is also covered with 3D-lacquer.

The flowers are cut in cardstock using a BossKut Gazelle.

All materials from Panduro Hobby.

Cadstock: Bazzill and Panduro, Patterned Paper: Webster Pages, Picture/cutouts: Crafty Secrets.

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a picture of Jessica on Christmas Eve, with the camera in her hands (it seldom leaves…)

Cardstock: Bazzill, Patterned Paper: Bo Bunny (free gift with a magazine), all embellishments from stash, title cut with a Gazelle.


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… are waiting for Santa to arrive, but it seems like Peyton is more interested in the fruit bowl!

Cardstock: Bazzill, Patterned Paper and tags: Bo Bunny, a gift with a magazine,  ribbon and bow: from a fruit basket I received last Christmas, Poinsettias: cut with a Gazelle, pine branches: Martha Stewart Punch, roses: Wild Orchid Crafts, epoxy button and felt heart: Panduro, large white flower: Nettans Scrapbooking4You, pearls: Bazzill.

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Some of my more traditional Christmas cards, all in standard 6×6″ format. The base is Bazzill for all of them, the patterned paper is Kaisercraft and K&Co. The lamp and poinsettia are cut with a BossKut Gazelle, the pine branches are made using a punch from Martha Stewart. The dots that looks like pearls are in fact dots – my latest passion is the Viva Decor Pearl Pens! Finally I have found a pearl maker that makes pearls like I want them; smooth ones and not toppy!

I have also used vellum, mulberry paper and some lovely handmade paper from Svartvik Paper in Sweden, this is structured like wood grain. It takes Distress Inks in a very special way as the paper is unsized.

Pearl Pens, Distress Inks, Martha Stewart Punch from CropStop, BossKut Gazelle, Kaisercraft papers from Bumblebee Scrapbooking.


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