Tuesday, September 29, 2009

SPP - Triangular Tri-Fold Challenge

It's time for another challenge!!!

Here is a great challenge for those who are just getting started on using their Scor-Pal and those who have been using it for a long time. This time around we are making the Triangular Tri-Fold Card.

Look here to find the instructions for the Triangular Tri-Fold Card:
Metric Version http://www.scor-pal.com/metric/Metric%20Triangular%20Tri-fold%20tutorial.pdf

Saturday, September 26, 2009

SPP September Exchange Received

Here is the card I received for the September Card Exchange

Sunday, September 20, 2009

SPP September Card Exchange

For the September exchange we had to make a Criss Cross Card.

Monday, September 14, 2009

SPP - Spring Card Challenge #2

Another challenge for Scor-Pal Pals

Here we go with another challenge for you. For this challenge I’ve decided to pick the Spring Card. I needed a card for my anniversary and thought this was a great looking and easy card to make. I think everyone will be able to handle this one. To spice this challenge up a tiny bit I thought it would be great to do this one with a theme. Since Halloween is just around the corner and lots of people are making Halloween cards it would work well. However, if you don’t want to do Halloween, please don’t let that stop you from playing along, just make any Spring Card.

Look here to find the instructions for the Spring Card:

Tuesday, September 8, 2009


I just love this picture of Chloe and had been wanting to scrapbook it for a long time.  Well, I finally took time and made this one up.
Supplies: Paper - Scrapbook Sally; Cardstock - Bazzil & Unknown; Flower - Bazzil & Unknown; Misc - Chipboard, MS Punch, Brad

Monday, September 7, 2009

Card Challenge

I did this for a sketch challenge over at From C to Shining C.  I was really pleased with how it turned out. 

Supplies: Paper - DCWV Spring; Cardstock - Coordinations; Tools - Cricut: WIMG; Stamp - Misc

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Stampin' Up Club

On Saturday it was our first session back at Stampin' Up Club.  I had such an enjoyable morning.  Kathy, our lovely demonstrator, walked us through 3 cards.  However, I managed to forget one of my cards...opps...I'll pick it up soon.  So, here are two of the cards.

Supplies: All SU product

Saturday, September 5, 2009


...I managed to make a scrapbook page.  I was hoping to get a bunch done of the summer but summer got in the way.  I was inspired by my friend Shauna to get something done.  So, thanks Shauna!!
Supplies: Paper - Little Yellow Bicycle; Cardstock - Bazzil & Unknown; Tools - Cricut: Zooballo

Friday, September 4, 2009

Another Side Step Card

I wanted to try and make a 4X4 of the Side Step card.  Here is how mine turned out.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

SPP - Side Step Challenge #1

I'm excited to tell you that I've been asked to help set up challenges over at ScorPal Pals. I am very honoured. So, the first challenge I did was a Side Step Challenge. Here is what I came up with.  Below is the posting from the ScorPal Pals site.

Hello ScorPal Pals!
I’m so excited to be posting my first challenge for you. I’m hoping lots of people will have time to play along. I’ve pick the Side Step Card as the first one. I had a lot of fun making mine.

Once you’ve completed your challenge please post a picture in the #0901Challenge folder. Also, post the picture in your own album too. Let’s see how many challenge pictures you can add to your album.

Here are some links to help you get started:

4X4 - http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/photo/2329686910060776803KOsEVY
A2 - http://craftdoc.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/2009/03/24/easter-side-step-card

You can find some great examples by Hanneke Schuuman here:



Lastly, here is my take on the A2 Side Step Card.

Don’t forget that you can enter the challenge as many times as you would like. I am trying to finish up my 4X4 of this challenge and I’ll post it soon.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask. You can email me at robin_f@telus.net or I’m sure there is someone on the site that will have the answer too.