Friday, March 1, 2013

Homespun Easter Moxxie Blog Hop

Welcome to Moxxie's March Muse-A-Palooza Blog Hop! This month we are featuring and you could win the entire "Homespun Easter" collection, which is wonderfully fresh and packed with cross stitched charm! It evokes a comforting palette in shades of cream, yellow, green and blue. This collection is absolutely perfect for your Easter and Spring themed projects.

To have a chance to win, you need to: 
  • Follow the hop through all eleven participating blogs, check out the beautiful work of the Moxxie Muses, and leave a comment for each of them. 
  • Comments will close at midnight CST on Tuesday, March 5th. 
  • Winner will be announced the next day on the Moxxie blog
  • International fans are welcomed to play along if they agree to pay shipping in the event of their win.
Ready to hop?!!  Here is your hop sequence...  on your mark, get set --- GO!
I am excited to show you what I have made.  I started the digital version of Project Life by Becky Higgins this year and am really loving it.  And, I see new cards and products available for the digital and traditional versions all of the time.  It is really popular and a very nice way of scrapbooking.  The whole point of this program is to make scrapbooking easy and fast.   

I wanted to show how easy it is to make some of your own Project Life journal and filler cards using this beautiful Easter line.  All of the elements for Project Life are either 4X6 or 3X4 and they fit into the page protectors.  That is the ease and beauty and of this program.  So, it makes it super fast and easy if you would like to use papers other than what come in the Project Life kits.  I like to use different elements and I really like to have papers to match the event.  

I cut the pieces to size then used my corner rounder on all of the corners.  Then I added some of the die cuts and stickers to make them extra cute.  But, two of the adorable cards are just the paper and nothing else.  How easy it that?  

Three of the 4X6 cards have room for photos.  I adhered the titles on the very edge so I can slip a picture in underneath.  

I love to make special journal space and the above tag pulls out just for that.  

I hope you are enjoying the hop.  You will be jumping to Rebecca's blog next.  Thanks so much for stopping on over today!  

Until next time,