Silicone Craft Sheet Flower on Scrapbook Page

Hi Everyone! Here's my March's Creative Crew for Splitcoast Stamper's scrapbook challenge. Clean and Simple is my scrapping style! It also shows ribbon flowers made with the help of the Silicone Craft Sheet! A few more flowers are on my team notebook seen from a previous posting.

The picture is of my great-grandfather Newton Harting. My dad's grandfather..I just love the look of this photo! My uncle emailed me a scanned copy and I printed it on Very Vanilla Card Stock. Using Soft Suede Ink, I sponged the edges before mounting on Soft Suede cardstock. Newsprint Designer Paper has a sheet with this header 🙂 and felt perfect for this project.

 Here's a video tutorial on how to make the ribbon flowers. Grab your favorite button, brad or Basic Jewel to accent the center!

 Being Fab! Inspirations for living a fabulous life.   "And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love." 1 Corinthians 13:13

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A Little Fishy Scrapbook Class


Hi Everyone! Join me at either the Kendallville Public Library or the Limberlost Public Library for this Little Fishy class. We'll make a 2-page layout and matching card for $8. Yes! I made a scrapbook page!.
The class was designed for the beginner scrapbooker as well as being youth (age 7+) friendly as part of the libraries' June water theme. Fishes made using the Orament
and Modern Label punches. Island Oasis Designer paper117173 from our Summer Mini was used for the accent strips.Background cardstock of Tempting Turquoise. The white space where the bubbles lead up to was left blank on purpose for journaling. 


Contact the libraries to sign-up:

Monday, June 7th 6-8pm, Limberlost Public Library 260.854.2775

Wednesday, June 9th, 6-8pm Kendallville Public Library 260.343.2010

Happy Crafting! ~ Dee