{Clean and Simple} – Education

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If your looking for the Deflecto’s Back to School post, click here

Hello everyone!!!  It’s CASology Tuesday!!  We are back with another Clean and Simple Cue Card just for you!!

This week’s cue card:

Take a look at my card:

taylored expressions school day

School is about to begin here in NY so I created a couple of notecards to include in my daughter’s lunch box. I want to encourage her to have a great day in school but to also let her know that she can do whatever she puts her mind to!

I used Taylored Expressions Clearly Planned School Day stamp set and Prima Watercolor Confections to create this card.

I rounded the corners using We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper.

school day

Nice, simple and easy.  What do you think?  Are you inspired to play along?  Please let me know below!

For more inspiration, check out my fellow Design Team members blog for more awesome work.

Deidre Payne

Hannelie Bester

Hazel Hodgkins

Jacquie Southas

Janet Ribet

Jen Wills

Joyce Mehrberg

Judy Marino

Kymona Tracey

Melissa Chipperfield

Rachel Bergfeld

Sherrie Mannion

Guest Designer

Shona C.

Supplies used:

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taylored expressions school day Prima - Watercolor Confections - The Classics We R Memory Keepers - Crop-A-Dile - Corner Chomper Tool Prima - Mixed Media - Water Color Brush - Round 0

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Back to School Organizing with Deflecto

Hello everyone!!  I’m here today with Deflecto’s Stackable Cube Organizer X-Divider!!!  This cube is perfect for back to school organizing.

Regular pens and pencils are alway hard to find in my house.  I’m constantly looking for one. (My craft supplies can’t be used for everyday writing, LOL!)  So I decided to use the stackable cube to organize all of my daughter excess school supplies.

Lets take a look:

stackable cube organizer

I love how organized all of these pens, pencils, markers and scissors look!  No one in my house can say they can’t find a pen or a pencil.  They are all in one place, nice and neat.

Take a closer look:

stackable cube organizer

Here’s some fun facts about his stackable cube organizer:

  1. Its transparent!  You can see exactly what is in this organizer.
  2. Its perfect for pens, pencils, scissors, markers, crayons, etc.
  3. It is stackable.  It comes with clips that allows you to clip two or more cubes together.
  4. The x divider is removable.

Here’s how I decorated the organizer:

I used the Brother ScanNCut to design and cut out vinyl to add the names of each item on all four sides.

Super easy, clean and simple.

stackable cube

So what do you think? How will you orgainze your back to school supplies? I would love to hear from you.

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you were inspired here today.

Supplies used:

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Deflecto - Stackable X Divided Clear Storage Organizer - 6 x 6         

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Altenew August 2017 Release Blog Hop Winner

Hello everyone!!  I’m here to announce the winner for the August 2017 New Release Blog Hop!

Thanks to everyone who participated and left all of the wonderful comments on my blog. I wish everyone could win but I can only choose one winner.

Are you ready to see who won?  Here you go:

Yayyy,  Melissa you are the lucky winner of the $30 gift certificate from Altenew!!  Please contact Altenew at winner@altenew.com with the subject line “Altenew August 2017 Blog Hop Winner from Kreative Kymona’s Blog”.

Once again, thanks to all of you for stopping by and leaving some love on my blog.

{Clean and Simple} – Square

Hello everyone!!!  I’m here today with another Clean and Simple Cue Card for the CASology Challenge!!  I’m a bit late to the party but better late then never.  Besides my new die arrived and I had to join in. LOL!!

This week’s cue card:

Take a look at my card:

For this card, I just die cut the square card out using Papertrey Ink Noted: Scalloped Square Die out of Bazzill cardstock that was in the August Gossamer Blue Scrapbook Kit.

I used Taylored Expression Puff Alpha stamp set to stamp the sentiment in the bottom right hand corner of the card using Altenew Black Ink.

Nice, simple and easy.  What do you think?

 

I hope this encourages you to join in.  You have until tomorrow, September 4, 2017 at Noon (CDT) to enter!!  Hurry you do not want to miss it.

Supplies used:

Jet Black Ink        

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Creating Your Own Background Paper

Hello everyone!!  I’m up on Altenew’s Scrapbook Blog today showing you how to create your own background paper using Altenew’s Building Blocks stamp set.

Here’s a sneak peek:

Building Blocks

To see how I created this page with a complete tutorial and hear the story behind these photos head on over to Altenew’s Scrapbook Blog.  I can’t wait to see what you think!

Supplies used:

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scrapbook collection kit  Building Blocks

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Here’s the Scoop Gift Card

Concord and 9th

Hello everyone!!  I’m here today showcasing the yet another stamp set from Concord & 9th August Release.

Today it’s all about ice cream with the Here’s The Scoop stamp and die set!!

Let’s take a look:

Here's the Scoop

Isn’t this gift card just the cutest?  I love that the ice cream scoops was big enough to create a mini card.

Here’s how I created this gift card:

  • Stamp the ice cream scoop onto white card stock in black ink.
  • Using Prima Coloring Pencils, color the image the colors of your choice.  I used PC 920 (light green), PC924 (crimson red) and PC 1082 (Chocolate).
  • Use the Here’s the Scoop Die to cut that image out.
  • Cut a second one to create the gift card.
  • Score the second ice cream scoop on the left side and apply adhesive.
  • Adhere the two pieces together pieces together.

Here's the Scoop

  • Slide your card and gift card inside the envelope to send off to the recipient.

Nice, clean and simple.  This mini card was so much fun to make and the possibilities are endless.

What do you think?  I would love to hear what you think?  Please let me know below.

Supplies used:

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Here's the Scoop BUNDLE Here's the Scoop Stamp Set Here's the Scoop diesRed sunset ink  Jet Black Ink We R Memory Keepers - Envelope Punch Board

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