Wednesday, April 9, 2008

3-D projects



Okay, I am having way too much fun reading all your awesome birthday posts! I'm getting some great ideas for my birthday. Maybe I will have my DH read these too...hint hint. ;o)


I promised to show you all some of the things I have been working on for my craft booth, so here you go! (pay no attention to the mess behind the frame...just a normal day at my work desk. ;o) )
This first one is a 6 x 12" frame I picked up at WalMart I think. (I also collect frames I'm afraid to say...) I used a simply scrappin kit from Stampin' Up! entitled Confetti. These kits have loads of self-adhesive-diecuts! Enough to do an entire mini album. The striped paper on the left is from another SS kit from last year called Primary colors. The frame, dotted stripe, dotted paper, and circle accents are all from the first kit. Since I wasn't putting pictures on this, I stuck the circles that would overlap pictures onto scraps of white cardstock and then cut them out. I then stuck them to the background with a dimensional where the picture wasn't going to be. Make sense? That way the person that uses this can easily stick their picture right under the circle.

This next one is also made using a SS kit. I guess it must be from a past catalog...can't seem to find it! sigh,...I can't keep up with my paper! ;o) While I was making this one I was thinking of my little brother in his skater days. Imagining some half pipe pictures on here....Getting nostalgic. I guess that happens around your birthday?

I was up late doing more projects (and watching Catch me if you Can with the kids) so watch for more tomorrow! Also, I will draw a name for my BLOG CANDY later today so if you haven't left me a comment, go for it!

Happy Wednesday!

3 comments:

JenMarie said...

Ooo, these are so FABULOUS!!

Beth said...

These are wonderful, Becky! Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. Yazmin and I are planning a stamp camp (Stamp-a-Stack style) for the 20th of this month.

tonistamps said...

I love your frames Becki! GREAT job!!! I'm somewhat of a frame hoarder myself, so I totally understand. At least you're using yours! :)