My Scrap Chick – Patriotic Paper Wreath

Hello Crafters - I'm sharing this festive Patriotic wreath to celebrate
4th of July.  The Metal Wreath form was purchased from Dollar Tree 
for $1.00.  I used 4 sheets of 12X12 designer papers and cut each into
2" strips.  This gave me 24 strips that I glued over the wreath form.
Once that is done, I finished it off by cutting a fish tail on each strip.

For Embellishments - I used 3 SVG files from My Scrap Chick
Paper Bow Layers 3D
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I really like how this wreath came out!  Picture doesn't do justice :-)
The finished size is approximately 19 inches.  I hope this inspires
you to give it a try.  Until then - Happy Crafting!



My Scrap Chick – Hang In There Easel Card

Howdy crafters - Encourage someone who's going through a tough time
with this adorable HANG IN THERE EASEL CARD  from My Scrap Chick .
I embossed the tree, grass, leaves, flowers to give them dimensions.
This finished card is approximately 5 1/2 by 5 1/2 which will fit
nicely in an 6X6 envelope.  The sentiment "Sorry You're Sick! Get
Better Quick" is from retired stamp set from Stampin'Up! "Fabulous Four". Any
encouragement sentiments would work well with this card.  Hope this
inspires you to give it a try.  Don't forget to share your creations
on FB My Scrap Chick Maker's Group .  Until next time - HAPPY

My Scrap Chick – Canning Jars – Preserves card

Howdy crafters - I'm sharing this really cute Canning Jars Preserves 
card from My Scrap Chick  SVG shop.  The files came with 3 styles
jars that are very easy to cut and assemble.  The papers I used are
from Stampin'Up! "Garden Impressions". Hope you will give this a try
and share your creations on FB page My Scrap Chick Maker's Group .
Until next time - Happy crafting.  P.S - this is an A2 card :-)

Mini Album

Howdy crafters - I have been making a mini album for my niece since
she was 1.  She has just turned 3 so I'm here to share my latest 
album for her.  I purchased the precut cardboard letters "EMMA" from
a craft fair.  I used Echo Park Princess papers to decorate.  Hope
this inpires you to make something beautiful today.  Until next time,