Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Is that not one of the cutest blankets you've ever seen? The fabrics are adorable and the quilt is a work of art.
I've noticed there are a lot of similarities in trends for quilt fabric and craft paper. It inspired me to try to blur the lines a little with a layout inspired by this quilt. It was really fun and I used the fonts from the new Jillustration Sweet Nothings bundle.
The title font, LDJ Mac n Cheese, is really neat! Have you ever seen an outline script font like that? Jill, the artist behind Jillustration, really takes the cake with that font. The lowercase letters are the connecting ones, the capital letters are capped on the left side so they can start the word, and you need to type the right bracket ] to cap off the end of the word. So to type the title, I had to type: No], Thanks]. But seriously, it's such a cool result!
Where do you find inspiration for your scrapbook pages and cards?
Monday, September 21, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Which brings me to this month's challenge: Christmas in September (or Hannukah or Kwanzaa or even New Year's). Here's to being ahead of the holiday time warp. Bring on the holiday spirit in cards, scrapbook layouts or other craft projects that use scrapNfonts products. This is a challenge to those of us procrastinators out there.... Post your project in the scrapNfonts idea gallery by September 20th for a chance to win a coupon code for free scrapNfonts product.
Luckily, we have some inspiration from the lovely and inspiring Regina Easter, who is on top of things with this delightful Christmas Card.
For this card Regina used the new SNF Marmalade to write the "Happy Holidays" in the background and Y from DB Retro Noel for the main image.