Last year I won a lovely silhouette of Flynn from Simply Silhouettes. I wanted to give it a little makeover this year so it didn't have the date and could be used every year as part of our Halloween decor.
Here are the step-by-step instructions to create this. First off let me tell you that I purchased the embroidery hoop for 50 cents from a thrift shop last month.
Disclosure: This project has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Elmer's #gluenglitter #collectivebias.
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UPDATE: THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED.
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Here is a sneak peek at a few pages of a Scrapblog book I made for Flynn. It's going to be a Christmas gift. He absolutely loves books, and is learning how to read, so I thought what could be better than making a book for him about this past year. It's titled "Flynn in 2010".
And now I have a couple of gifts for you too. After all it is the season of giving.
One lucky reader will win a 12x8 Scrapblog photo book valued at $39.99 (plus free shipping).
It couldn't be simpler to enter.
Just leave a comment below telling me who you would love to make a photo book for.
Of course if you want to send out a tweet about this giveaway, leave another comment with a link and I'll be sure to give you an extra entry.
This giveaway ends on Tuesday 16th November at 10pm (PST). US Residents only please.
Scrapblog users get 30% off hardcover books (limit 3 hardcover books) including our 12 x 8 Glossy Keepsake books and our brand new 12 x 12 Glossy book and all cards (limit 100 cards) including our Greeting Cards, 5 x 7 single cards and our postcards.
Disclaimer: This review and giveaway was made possible by Mom Spark Media. I received a gift card, a free photo book and Scrapblog credits as compensation. All opinions expressed are my own.
Father's Day is June 20th this year ... apparently I'll be sharing my birthday with my hubby. So I just discovered. Hmmm.
Earlier this week I had the opportunity to attend a scrapbook workshop to make Father's Day scrapbook pages. I haven't scrapbooked in what feels like F.O.R.E.V.E.R so I wasn't about to pass up the opportunity to learn some new tips and put a couple of pages together.
The photographs I used were taken a couple of years ago by the amazingly talented Jaime of Classy Kids Photography. Oh how I wish she lived closer so she could take some new ones for me.
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Armed with glitter, stickers, chipboard cut-outs, glue, crayons and stamps, the kids set to work making their own Spring books. I won't share every page of the books, but I've added photos of a few of my favorites. It became a day-long project while we waited for glue to dry before moving onto the next page, but that kept them interested as they got a break to play outside in-between pages.