Tuesday, March 11, 2014

No Guts...

     Hellooooo Crafty peeps!  I am super-dee-duper excited to share with you my project today because I used the A-Ma-ZING and uber fun new Embellishment Kit from Madge's Scrappin Lounge!!!  Here is a pic of this months kit:
     This kit is such a Fantastic deal.  You just know you are going to get spoiled when Madge is in charge!  Here are some details on how it works:
At the beginning of the month of February Madge asked for several crafters to help her with a fun 3 month embellishment trial.  These crafters are committed for 3 months, they are receiving her embellishment kits each month for $12.00 including Shipping! Madge had advertised for 5 crafters, however by the time we were done she had 21 crafters! Each month many of these great crafters have chosen to showcase some fun projects using the Embellishment kit! Today March 10th is the day that we have chosen to share our projects! Some may be through Facebook Pages, some may be sharing through instagram or You Tube, others have blogs....  Madge is going to give ONE of these kits away! How do I win, you are asking??? Simple check out all of the links that Madge has posted and leave them some love and go back to Madge's blog to comment that you did and YOU could be the winner! Winner will be chosen March 11th!
 Madge will be taking names for the waiting list for her embellishment kits, if you are interested in these kits please email her: Madge@thescrappinlounge.com or IM her on Facebook that you are interested. 
     I did a little something different today.  I used the fun embellishments on a canvas I made for my daughter.
     This is one of my favorite sayings.  "Dream", "Hope", etc;  all of those are fine and well but this really gets the point across and suits my daughter so much better!  (She is a spitfire to say the least!)  I cut the bottom off of some of the banner pieces from the kit to make the chevron.  I used alphabet stickers on the turquoise canvas and then misted over them with white spritz and removed the stickers.  I cut one of the chalkboard labels from the kit for the top piece and just used the banner and buttons as they were.  I punched a flower from the banner and added my own skull jewel and added a couple black jewels to the letters an wah-la!!!
I hope you have enjoyed this project.  
     Make sure to check out all the details for the embellishment kit and get the links for other projects using the kit by visiting here:   Madge's Scrappin Lounge

Thanks for stopping in and have a super crafty day!


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