Wednesday, April 16, 2014

I Don't Do Mornings...


Hello! It's Leanne from Created By Leanne!  I thought I would share a selfie of me in the mornings bahahahaha! The last few mornings I've been a complete Zombie not wanting to get up! Anyhoo, if I turn into a zombie I sure hope it's as cute as this one hee hee!

I've used the Layered Labels 3 Cutting Files for the base of my card. The cute girl zombie is from the Zombies Cutting Files. The coffee cup in her hands is from the Java Great Day Cutting Files. The sentiment is by My Creative Time, You Are Perk-fect stamp set

Have you seen this week's freebie....

Funky Flowers Cutting Files

If you haven't downloaded it yet click HERE! You have till Thursday night and a new freebie will be posted on Friday!

Also, don't forget about our Baby Theme Challenge! Click HERE for all the info! We would LOVE for you to play along!

I hope you have a AWESOME day and as always thanks for stopping by! Hugs, Leanne

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

FUN Birthday Wishes!

Hello, everyone! Brianna here from Happy Scrapper. I have recently been selling my creations at my place of work and my customers have been requesting birthday cards, so for this card, that's what I focused on.


Well, I have one down in the books, now I just have a bunch more to create lol. I used the adorable Juggling Clown Cutting Files. You can find him in the $0.99 section of the store.

Juggling Clown Cutting Files

I used the print and cut feature in my Silhouette Studio Designer Edition to cut out this adorable little guy. I decided to add some shading/shadowing to his face using my IG1 Spectrum Noir marker. I wanted to add more dimension to him, so I added some homemade enamel dots, for his juggling balls (Thanks for the idea, Lisa) :) I also added some glossy accents to his nose and popped up and layered some elements on him.

I have been hoarding these big metal letters for a while now and thought this card would be perfect for them. My sentiment is from Scrappy Mom Stamps and is called Simple Sentiments. I finished it up by adding some ribbon, Lemonade Yellow Timeless Twine, and a button from my stash.

I hope you all enjoy my fun birthday card and thank you for stopping by!!

Brianna


Monday, April 14, 2014

Friendship Is The Best Medicine by Leah Schaeffer

Hi all! My name is Leah Schaeffer and today is my first posting day here at Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons! When deciding what project to work on I thought about a friend who I've been chatting with a lot lately and decided to make a card for her. It is always so warming to me to think about the friends we have, and this friend in particular I know because of the incredible community of crafters! So I know she'll appreciate the card even more! 

I got these fun images from the Happy Pills Cutting Files. I had the idea to utilize the print and cut option using the Silhouette Cameo and made up my own sentiment on the label for the medicine bottle. Kinda cracked me up! Then I layered up a bunch of medicine pills (chill pills for sure!) and added a few details like the glossy accents on the pill bottle.


To get the shine but not the dimension using Glossy Accents I very carefully used my finger to spread it across the paper, using strokes in the same direction otherwise it would have shown. Then on the pills I used the Glossy Accents again along with a white gel pen. Simple, but the added gloss also goes with the printed polka dot paper I used.


I hope this inspired you to think outside the box a little. I thought these pills were so great and really wanted to use them, now I just need to get this in the mail!


Thanks again for visiting the blog today! 
Remember to come back for DAILY inspiration!
See ya soon!


Sunday, April 13, 2014

Keep Calm and BUILD On!

Good morning!  Jeanne here, from Jeanne's Paper Crafts sharing my design team project for today!

I just LOVE the new(er) Master Builder cut files, so I figured it was about time to cut some of them out. :)


For the base of my card I used the offset feature to create a shadow for the image. Then I duplicated it, and welded the two together. The background paper is a Lego design that I purchased many years ago at a Scrapbook Expo in Utah. Isn't it perfect?!


For my sentiment, I used the Speech Bubbles cut files and then the print and cut feature. (I found the Lego font online and installed it.)


Supplies:
PaperTrey Ink White cardstock
Paper Wizard Lego Paper
Misc cardstock
Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Master Builder cut file
Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Speech Bubbles cut file
Queen & Co Jellies

Thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, April 12, 2014

PPPR Baby Shower Blog Hop

Hey, everyone! I hope you are all having an amazing weekend! Welcome to the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Baby Shower Blog Hop. My amazing Design Team and I will be sharing all sorts of baby shower and baby themed projects with you today that use Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons files. We also have a gift certificate up for grabs and a little freebie just for you guys! So, sit back, relax, and take in all of the baby shower goodness. You won't be disappointed! :)

For my projects, I decided to make some items that you may see at a baby shower. First, I made a fun little popcorn box that could be used as a little gift for a mom to be or as a shower favor.


I got this sweet pregnant woman and the baby's dress from the Mommy To Be set, and I added a little Peachy Keen Princess Face to the woman. Oh, and I want to add that the little white trim on the dress was SO very tiny that I decided to cut it from white vinyl. That worked out so well! I definitely need to try that again!

I didn't have the sentiment I wanted on a stamp, so I just used the print and cut feature on my Silhouette Cameo to add the sentiment to a Sentiment Spot. All of the links for these items can be found below. 

I also decided to create some fun cupcake wrappers and toppers that would be perfect for a baby shower. I got the images from the Changing Time and Baby Shower sets. I added a sweet face from Peachy Keen's Just Baby Faces set.  For the most part (except for the baby's arm...so it would show up) these are print and cut pieces. I just think printing and cutting cupcake toppers is so much easier.


Here are all of the products I used for these two projects:




This hop also kicks off our new Baby Challenge. Link up your baby-themed project that uses PPPR files for a chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate to Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons. You can link up and read all of the rules HERE:


Okay, now how about some BLOG CANDY????


One lucky hopper will win a $15 Gift Certificate to PPPR!  Here's what you need to do for a chance to win a chance to go shopping for FREE:

1.  Be a follower of EVERY BLOG in our little hop.  There are just 11 of us , so that shouldn't be too hard.  You won't be sorry...I'm super lucky to have such talented ladies on my Design Team.

AND

2.  Leave a comment at EACH blog along the hop.  Be sure to let us know you are a follower and leave us your e-mail address.

That's all you have to do.  If you would like EXTRA entries, you can also do one or more of the following:

3.  Like the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Facebook Page.  Leave me a separate comment on this blog telling me you did.  Don't forget to leave your e-mail address.

4.  Sign up for the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons Newsletter and leave a comment on this blog telling me you did.  You'll get a weekly e-mail telling you about new files, coupon codes/sales, and freebies. Don't forget to leave me the e-mail address you signed up with. :)

I will randomly choose a winner of the hop candy on Tuesday, April 15, 2014.

Oh, and before I go, I want to let you know that this sweet little Stork & Baby Cutting Files set will be available for free on Saturday, April 12, 2014 and Sunday, April 13, 2014.  Then, it will be for sale in the store. To get it, click on the photo or click HERE.


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Your next stop on the hop is the super talented Nanne'Enjoy hopping!


Friday, April 11, 2014

Guest Designer ~ Julie Ann Weise and a Friday FREEBIE!!!

Happy Friday, everyone! Today, we are bringing you some Guest Designer Goodness via Julie Ann Weise! You can find her fantastic creative works over at http://www.readysetstamp.com/, it's all in the sweet details with Julie Ann's work and we are so happy to be featuring her designs today! She used some fabulous PPPR files to create these. Look at those adorable treat boxes! Love all the adorable details and the bright cheery colors!



She used the Birthday Gator and Gift Box with Window Cutting Files for this first little box.


And she used the Fancy Pillow Box and Happy Bird Day Cutting Files to create this cutie.


Check out this great gift bag! How happy would you be to receive your gift in this little bag decorated with the same Birthday Gator? Love it Julie Ann!


Unfortunately, I don't have any new files to share today. All sorts of unexpected things have come up this week and have kept me away from designing as much as I'd like. But, I do have a fun Friday Freebie for you today. This file will be free for one week only, then it will move to the 99 Cent Downloads section of the store. Plus, I'll be back next week with some new files for you.


Oh, and don't forget to stop by for our Baby Shower Blog Hop tomorrow. We'll have so many awesome baby shower and baby themed projects for you. Plus, there will be a hop freebie and a gift certificate up for grabs. We hope to see you there!


Thank you so much for stopping by today. We'll see you tomorrow!

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Happy Easter Treat Bag


Hi, and Happy Thursday!
Gloria here from Gloria's Goofy Craft Spot. Today, I would like to share with you a super cute little Easter treat holder I made. I used the Happy Pumpkin Treat Bag Cutting Files for the base of the treat holder.  I removed the mouth of the pumpkin before cutting then trimmed off the stem and leaves by hand. The egg shape and grass are from the Hoppy Easter Cutting Files. For the big egg shape I ran it thought the Cuttlebug  with my "Charles" embossing folder, then I smoothed some Tim Holtz Victorian Velvet distress ink over the embossing and around the edges. The adorable little chick is from  the Cute Chicks Cutting Files. I used the Peachy Keen "Critter Faces" stamp set for the face. The sentiment is from the Pink by Design "Artisan Tags 2" stamp set, and I stamped it on a image from the Speech Bubbles Cutting Files.




What I used:

Happy Pumpkin Treat Bag Cutting Files

Hoppy Easter Cutting Files

Cute Chicks Cutting Files

Speech Bubbles Cutting Files

Peachy Keen "Critter Faces" stamp set
PBD "Artisan Tags 2" stamp set
Cuttlebug "Charles" embossing folder
Tim Holtz Dusty Concord Distress Ink
Tim Holtz Mustard Seed Distress Ink
Tim Holtz Victorian Velvet Distress Ink
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Yellow Stickles
Diamond Stickles

Before I go, I would like to remind you about the PPPR Baby Shower Blog Hop that we will be having this Saturday April 12th. We hope you're able to hop along with us.


 Thank you for stopping by, and may you all have a beautiful Easter.