Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Nerdy Books

Hello PPPR Friends!
I hope you had a great summer and are adjusting well into the new school year! 
It's Kathy, from Kathy and Kids, and today I am here to share with you a Nerdy Books shape card.

PPPR "Bookworm Couple" cutting files
I used both sets of books and stacked them.  I welded the bases of the cuts to create the stack base for the shape card.
Pretty Cute Stamps "Adorkable" stamp set
I just love the sentiments from this stamp set!
Have a Great week and Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, August 31, 2015

Homemade FROZEN Waffles...

Katy here with AN INSIDE TO MY HEART...I'm so excited to show you my layout today!

Today I'm sharing a layout documenting the waffle bar we had a couple of weekends ago. My daughter is in love with the movie Frozen...I mean who isn't, right? So...I had the great idea of making her "FROZEN" waffles by adding some snow-themed sprinkles to the batter before I threw them in the waffle maker then adding some on top once they were cooked. The waffles really did turn out pretty tasty..definitely will be a repeat recipe!

Look at all those layers...LOVE that about Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons files!

Here's a look at the files I used...

Thanks for stopping by!!! I hope my layout inspires you to either create or make FROZEN waffles!!!

Sunday, August 30, 2015

She's got some Smarty Pants!

Yep, even though the challenge is over, I could not resist these super fun new files Lisa added to the shop!
I mean look at them!
Science Lab Cutting Files
Science of Love Cutting Files
They were so perfect for the story of my daughter and her Sophomore Chemistry class. Here's what I did with the new files and a couple of others.

And here's a closeup.

I printed the chemistry lab related images and the atom image on vellum (I know - I need to seek some help for my vellum dependency) and the radioactive symbol on photo paper and then had my Cameo cut them out. (I used the "no" symbol because her class did hardly any labs and somehow my daughter did an awesome job without all the fun of doing labs and received an achievement ribbon so good for her!)

The other shapes I used are:
Photo Frames 1 Cutting FilesSpeech Bubbles Cutting FilesSentiment Spots 3 Cutting Files

So do you have some ideas brewing for how to use these files? I sure hope I've inspired you and I hope you'll share your projects in the challenges here or in the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Facebook group whenever you create anything with Lisa's files!

Happy crafting!

Saturday, August 29, 2015

No more glasses...

Katy here with a layout share using the Floppy Disk Cutting File...

I also cut the glasses from a transparency so it would look like real lenses....

Thanks for stopping by! Don't forget to go grab this week's FREEBIE before it's not free anymore!

Friday, August 28, 2015

Guest Designer ~ Gloria Williams plus a new Friday FREEBIE!

Gloria Williams is a treasured Guest Designer here at Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons...her designs are fun, inspiring and colorful! Her blog is Girlia's Cards and you can find her sharing all kinds of creative goodness there.

There are a few projects on the Guest Designer slate today...she used a plethora of PPPR files to inspire you today! Bookmarks 1 Cutting Files, Mushroom Family Cutting Files, Sail Away Cutting Files, Cute Chicks Cutting Files and Shark Gift Bag Cutting Files are all being used in these fun projects!

Look at the sneaky way Gloria used Shark Bag Gift Bag Cutting Files...minus the shark! Very crafty Gloria! 

Here's another view of that sweet gift bag!

There's a bookmark any little reader would love to have! One cool chick and love for books is a winning combination. 

How sweet is this smiling mushroom!?!?!? What a great little first day of school treat!

Of course, there's a new FRIDAY FREEBIE in the store. This file will be available as a free download for one week, then it will be moved to the 99 Cent Downloads section of the store.  This freebie includes SVG., DXF, .JPG, and .PNG files. YAY!

Oh, and you know what? You have a couple of more days to link up to our current Smarty Pants Challenge. You can find all of the details about the challenge here:

Thank you so much for stopping by today! Be sure to come back Sunday for more PPPR inspiration!

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Talk Nerdy To Me


Hi, and Happy Thursday!

Gloria here from Gloria's Goofy Craft Spot. I hope everyone is doing well. 

Today I have a sweet little treat made using PPPR "Nerdy Hamster Cutting Files". I also used PPPR "Bookworm Couple Cutting Files" for the sunglasses and the bow on the girl hamster.  The hearts from PPPR "Valentine Sweets Cutting Files". I added some glossy accents to the eyes and glasses and outlines the super cute hamsters with a VersaMarker. The sentiment is from PBD "Chick with Brains" stamp set.  I used vellum paper to wrap the box of Nerds candy.

 What I used:
 PPPR "Bookworm Couple Cutting Files
 PPPR "Nerdy Hamster Cutting Files
 PPPR "Valentine Sweets Cutting Files
 We have a Smarty Pants challenge going on now till Aug. 29th.  Click HERE for more info.
 Thank You for stopping by and hope you have a great day.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Back 2 School

Happy Wednesday Pretty Paper Pretty Ribbons fans!  It's Michelle from Purple Monkey Moments, and I am here to share a project that I created with some amazing PPPR files.

Isn't it ca-ute??!!  My kids go back to school next week, so I want to make some cute back to school stuff for them.  I used this week's freebie on this card.  I think it is the most ADORABLE nerdy apple!  You can find it HERE, and you can pick it up for free if you grab it before Friday!  

The apple is laying on one of the labels from "Layered Labels 1".  I love this file for all sorts of things.  I have used it as a layer for cards, like I did in this card, and have used it as the base of some fun tags.  I also think they would make great flags for a banner.  You can find the file HERE. 

You can see all of the cute SVG files from Pretty Paper Pretty Ribbons in the SHOP and be sure to check out all the details of my card over on my blog.

A la prochaine,