I am so excited to be part of Red Carpet Studios Design Team! This has been such a positive experience from the get go! I've met so many talented paper artists who have created just amazing projects! I'm so proud to be a part of this team!
To kick off our blog, Red Carpet Studio designers made projects with a "Premiere" theme. When I applied for the design team, I talked about my love of all things Twilight. And I can not even explain how excited I am for midnight on November 16, 2012 when Breaking Dawn Part 2 premieres. (Even though I'm highly disappointed in Kristen Stewart's antics and hope I can look at Bella the same way......but this is a scrapbooking blog, not a gossip blog....) Anyway, I thought about how much fun it would be to have a Twilight themed premiere party for all my fellow Twi-hards. So my creative juices started to flow.......
So, for my first Red Carpet Studio project, I made an assortment of goodies for a Twilight premiere party; specifically an ode to Edward Cullen, my favorite immortal....My goodies include an invitation to my party, a votive filled with twilight inspired objects (apples, roses, crystal pebbles), a paper vase covered in twilight inspired papers from Die Cuts with a View, and a "swag bag" for all my friends attending the party. Once I got started, I could not stop! I kept thinking of Twilight goodies I could make like maybe altering a band-aid box for any freak paper cuts that could provoke Jasper.....decorating a "Sparkle" paper towel package, or perhaps spicing up the outside of the "Eclipse" gum wrapper....I eventually had to shut my brain down.
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Friday, August 17, 2012
So this is one of my latest pages I did for Child's Play prior to finding out about Red Carpet Studio Design Team. The challenge asked for the designer to make a page with a beach ball theme. I have a pool in my backyard, and I have zero pictures of my girls with a beach ball......So I went with the circle/ball idea. (As you can see; having a ball!) This is my daughter on her 4th birthday; she was dancing with her friends, and I caught an action shot of her cool moves.
If you are following me, go on over to Red Carpet Studios. For the premiere weekend, a Cuttlebug die cut machine will be given away to a lucky follower. It's going to be a great blog; lots of fun and inspiration!