Thursday, October 3, 2019

DT: Belle Card

 Dear Scrappers,

I'm sharing my post for Craftwell:
I made a Disney card to go with my latest mini-album

 and this is the inside:

I bought this Disney Princess dies, sentiment stamps, and coordinated background cardstock bundle a while ago from Create and Craft. They are perfect to make any quick and easy card for a little (big) girl.

In short, I used the printed card stock with Belle and the books, which coordinates perfectly with the die, and cut it out using my SNAP for the mini-album project. I used one of those left-over cuts for making this card, by cutting the printed cardstock to fit in my card. I stamped the sentiment using HeroStamps ink and I also stamped the background for the inside of the card, stamping another sentiment in top. For extra spunk, I added rhinestones from Queen & Co and popped up the Belle die cut and the stamped sentiment. Super easy...

Here is a picture of the completed mini-album: 

For more pictures and a tutorial, please make sure to my post and my blog for further ideas:

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

DT: Gift Tags/Bookmarks for the teachers

Dear Scrappers,

This is my post for Craftwell:
I made some gift tags for the chocolates, I gifted to my kids teachers and wanted to share them with you:

These gift tags are very sturdy and could be use as bookmarks too. I used "Thanks" sentiment stamp from Sizzix, its complimenting circle die, and some religious sentiments dies and doilies from BoBunny for the  bookmark. I also used some Clear Scraps acrylic angel shapes, I had previously alcohol inked for some of the tags/ bookmarks, and decorated them similarly to the circle tags. For some of the tags, I also used shipboard stickers from BoBunny (see the "dream big" tag).

I used my CutNBoss for cutting out the circle tags, sentiments and dollies. I also used some leftover gold foiled printed papers and gold cardstock to cut out the circle tags, the doilies and the sentiments.

Here you can see the angel tags in better detail:

I hope you enjoyed these super easy to make tags/bookmarks.

Friday, September 13, 2019


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For this Blog hop, I made a mini album featuring Belle from the Beauty and the Beast:

some of the inside pages:


I hope you enjoyed this project and here are some of the materials, I used:

Finally, I finished the SnapGuide here.

Well, I couldn't get the SnapGuide to publish, please see the video I made from it:

Be sure to hop over to Miranda

Here's our line up in case you get lost along the way.

Sunday, July 14, 2019

CraftWell DT: Hearts Wood Phone Stand

Dear Scrappers,

Today I’m sharing my post for Craftwell:
Since I saw this heart wooden stand from Clear Scraps, I thought about my Mom. Thus, I decided to decorate one for her for this Mother's day.

In short:

Different views: 

In hope you enjoyed this picture loaded post  and visit my blog for further ideas:

DT CraftWell: Meeting Jorge Ramos Scrapbook Layout

Dear scrappers,

This is Veronica, from Vicky's Scrapping Passion sharing my post for CraftWell.
For this post, I decided to make double scrapbooking layout for my father for Father's day. My father got to meet one of his favorite authors (Jorge Ramos, a Univision journalist) last year, and got his book autographed. That was a dream come true for my father, thus, I decided to give him a famed double layout featuring this meeting:

Left page:

Right page:

A closer look at the many details I added:

I used many die cuts left over of other projects made for this blog, like the stamped sentiments used for the teachers bookmakers last year:

These metallic peppers were also left over stamped and die cut for a class I thought a few years ago:

I cut a piece of a journaling card from this fantastic Ole line from Sabor Papel paper company:

To frame my vertical pictures I used some leftover squares from the teachers bookmarks:

This metallic banner also comes from the left over stamped and die cut pieces from above. The same with the blue flowers from the borders. I also used paper frill from Doodlebug Design for the borders as well as strips from a dulces patterned paper.

My materials:

In hope you enjoyed this picture loaded post  and visit my blog for further ideas: