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Fantastic Water and Travel page ideas...

First thing we have to do today is to announce the winner
of our Robot and Ballerina preview contest and give a huge
thank you for all of you that stopped by to check it out and
left such nice comments, it was great!

drum roll please.......

Our LUCKY winner today is
 Rhonda V.
Congratulations to you!

please email
and let us know what new paper pack you would love to have
and we will send that right out to you!! 


We have 2 fantastic lines called Surf's Up and Transportation
to show you today and lots of wonderful page ideas to do
for all those things that need water or travel themed papers.
Hawaiian Beach Fun page by Karen Thind
This is a great idea to use tiny pearls to glue along the
waves to make them stand out more and glisten...

supplies needed for this page are GP 398, silver glitter
cardstock, ribbon, flower, and chipboard letters.
Summer Fun by Katarina Damm
supplies needed to make this page are GP 313, GP 400
glitter paper GCS008, chipboard letters and a MS punch.

Wooah  page by Jona Panessa-Saavedra
Jona used some fun papers from our Transportation and
our New Travel line for a page on a fun ride at the
amusement park. She used the grid of GP364 and cut out
the windows and added the glitter dot pieces and journaling
to match with her photo. The bottom edge
is made with an edge punch by Martha Stewart.

Catching the Waves page by Irit Shalom
supplies: blue cardstock, die cut frame GDC 107, 108,
punched out shapes of seashells and seahorses and
even some real seashells mixed in with all the bubbles.
This is a great way to use the die cuts not only for the frame
but also for the cutout pieces to decorate the page with.

Surf's Up page by Jodi Wilton
supplies:  the backround of this page is GP313 turned over
and Jodi cut up the waves of GP398 and layered them over
the photos.  She also cut out the surfboards and parts of
the scallop strip and layered the sun side on the left. Adding
a circle on a page gives you a nice soft frame and leads your
eye all around the page.....
My Sweet Lemonade page by Jona Panessa-Saavedra
supplies: GP 401, 399, glitter dots BGP 215, 205 and
she made the cute sun shape with glitter paper GCS008, 064

Discover page by Irit Shalom
Sometimes you have to be really creative when
you are on a budget and Irit cut out and popped up
all the little cars and circles and trees to create
this really cute page of her daughter riding a scooter.

supplies: GP 364, 370, glitter cardstock CCS 024
chipboard scooter from travel chipboard. 
Fun Shirt card by Sandy Ang
supplies: GP 369 with some matching stickers
This would also be great for an invitation and you
could slide the message out from the bottom for
the invitation part of the card....
Most Traveled Road by Irit Shalom
supplies: GP 369, Travel stickers 
and green chipboard letters

Toot-Vroom by our Guest Designer Mireille Divjak

supplies: red and blue cardstock, GP 366, 367,
machine stitching, ribbon and chipboard letters
and lots and lots of fussy cutting around the edges.

Today we are looking to add a few new followers 
so for every 10 new followers we will enter you name
in a chance to win a pack of our water papers just for you.
This contest ends Sunday night at midnight( PST)

Thanks so much for stopping by.....


  1. Awesome creations here everbody! I love all of the fabulous variety!

  2. Beautiful projects ladies!!! I'm totally loving the Surf's Up line, totally fun and perfect for the summer!!! So is the Transportation one - just right for those vacation pics!

    I'm SO very excited to have won, this just made my week!!! Thank you!

  3. Gorgeous projects ladies!!!

    Congrats Ronda!!!

  4. I've been following for awhile now and I look forward to all of the projects you post! These new lines are fantastic and the projects by the DT are really inspiring! Thanks!

  5. Wonderful new line, and it will go so well with so many Summer themes!

  6. congrats Rhonda. the surf's up line are really fun to play with.

  7. Congrats Rhonda! Hope you share your creations with us!

  8. This line will be perfect for our beach photos! Love it!


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