And here are a few LO's created by the lovely Trisha using this month's kit:
Saturday, April 17, 2010
And here are a few LO's created by the lovely Trisha using this month's kit:
Sunday, April 11, 2010
Friday, April 30th thru Sunday, May 2nd.
We will have games, contests, giveaways, food and SO MUCH MORE! You will not want to miss out on this event.
So leave the men and kids at home and grab a couple of friends for a jam-packed fun filled weekend.
TONS of BuzzAlicious Giveaways!
1 Cricut Expression Machine by Provo Craft
2 Cricut Cartridges by Provo Craft
DCWV 12x12 Paper Stacks
Pink Paislee Paper Packs
Embellishments, Albums and Vintage Groove Jewelry by Making Memories
Embellishments by BoBunny
Stamps by Fancy Pants
Embellishments by Prima
We will also have product there to purchase and offer 10% off our already LOW prices.
If we have 50+ people reserve a 3-day seat we will give EVERYONE who attends a FREE Cricut Cartridge! That’s right EVERYONE will receive one FREE cartridge. So tell your friends today and hurry on over to reserve your spot TODAY!
We will have several payment options for you to pick from.
Friday, April 30th 6pm-Midnight
Throw on your jammies and join us for National Scrapbook Day Opening Ceremonies. Friday night we will have a BEST PJ contest, giveaways and we will also serve pizza and drinks.
Saturday, May 1st 8am-Midnight
All Day Crop
Join us for an ALL day crop, giveaways, contests and MORE! We will serve a continental breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Sunday, May 2nd 8am-5pm
Join us Sunday for MORE giveaways, contests and FUN. We will serve a continental breakfast and lunch.
Once your seat has been paid for we will email you an invitation to print out and bring with you. The event will be held at Curran Elementary School’s MPR in Murrieta, CA. If you are coming with friends, let us know and we will be sure that you are seated together. Location subject to change depending on the amount of people attending. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
For payment options please visit our website at www.jujubeesscrapbookcorner.com and click on the NSD Banner.
Thursday, April 1, 2010
April card swap work just like March.
Please Sign-up ASAP!
I would like to close sign-ups by Tuesday, April 6, 2010.
Here is a list of the kit swaps:
March: Thank you
April: Thinking Of You
July: Red/white/blue colors
Aug: Summer colors
Dec: Winter colors
(Themes Can change if asked! )
Kits must include:
~card and envelope
~4 different matching papers size 6X6 inches.
~3 different sets of matching embellishments. (Choose 3 sets of items such as 1 sheet of stickers, 5 buttons, 5 eyelets, 5 brads, 12 inches of ribbon, fiber, lace, 5 flowers, 5 rhinestones or dewdrops, chipboard 1 large or up to 5 small ones, other items please ask. (Example: 10 buttons doesn’t mean 2 embellishment sets. 5 brads, 5 flowers and 12 inches of ribbon equal 3 embellishment sets.)
~One special embellishment. A stamp, stickles, chalk, speciality paper, pen, 3-D stickers like Jolee’s or Soft Spokens, handmade item to use with the kit... ready to use stamped images, 3-D embellishment, die cuts, paperclips, brad buddies, etc. Please ask if you have a question.)
Once you have your Kit:
1. You must use a minimum of 3 differnt embellishments in the kit. You can add embellishments of your own but please try to use most of your kits. It is also fun when we post more than the one required card as there is usually enough in these kits to make multiple cards.
2. When mailing these kits you will wrap them to prevent water damage and bending. (Ziplock)
3. Post when you have mailed your partners kit and rec’d your kit.
4. Sign-ups till the last day of the month. You are responsible for checking who your partner is and getting the address by the second day of the month. Partners assigned by random drawing.
5 a. The kits MUST be mailed by the 15th of each month.
5 b. The kit rec’d and finished card pictures must be posted by the 15th of the following month.
6. Please don’t join this swap if you are unable to post before and after pictures, postage is a problem or if you won’t have time to meet the deadlines!!! Please no flaking and ruining the fun for your partner.
7. Only send things you would like to use. Please remember everyone has different tastes and like to use items we personally don’t care for. Trying different things that we may not like helps us to think outside the box... and many times we may be surprised with how much we like the finished product! You may learn to use colors or objects that you might not be familiar with and that is a lot of the fun!
more can be added.
Let me know if you have questions. Those of you familiar with the myspace groups know that this is exactly like the swaps hosted there.
Have fun Ladies I can't wait to see who signs up!
You can see the forum link here.
Posted by Kristin Lamb at 8:30 AM
Sunday, March 21, 2010
the Tulle Flowers I've been posting lately.
You can make the flowers using
silk fabric like the brown one above.
The trick though is it needs
the actual flame to it to melt.
Here's the silk flower was made into a lapel
pin and It's hangs nicely on my scrap bag.
Here's a LO using one of the
small red ones as an embellishment.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Posted by Jamie Harder at 10:17 AM
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Monday, February 1, 2010
Organizing is key to making
your space more efficient.
You want to look at a few key things
about your space and you crafting
style before you start.
What do you have a lot of? Maybe
it’s ribbon or stickers or paper.
What amount of space do you have to
organize your supplies?
Do you have drawer space, shelves,
empty walls, cabinets?
Look at what you use most such as tools &
adhesives; are they in an easy reach area?
Each Monday starting February 1st,
a new challenge will be posted.
You will need to post a before and after
photo of the challenge space and post
it in the appropriate thread.
Photos will need to posted by the next Monday.
Each Challenge post will have ideas of how to
organize the challenge area such as, ribbon,
paper, buttons, stickers ect.
How you organize it is up to you and your needs.
Organizing doesn’t have to be a
pricey venture and I hope to include
thrifty solutions for each challenge.
You will not need to participate every week.
The challenge is mainly just to
help you organize your space.
For each challenge you complete your name
will go into a drawing at the end for a prize!
The prize will be posted in a just a few weeks.
I hope you get to play along and have fun!
Go here to start with the
Juju Bee's Clean Sweep Challenge.
Juju Bee's Forum Thread.
This week your challenge is to organize your ribbon stash.
Below are a few ideas to get you started.
Remember to post a before and after photo.
Juju Bee’s Store offers the
following solutions from Making Memories:
A blog post on Little Birdie Secrets offered these solutions:
EllaBella Designs had a wonderful post with the following options.
I currently keep my ribbon pinned or in little baggies in clear drawers. I like this method because I usually think of a color I’d like for my project, go to that drawer and I can easily look through my ribbon. Small scraps or thin ribbon is put into small baggies you can find in the craft department at Wal-mart.
I use ribbon a lot and it became an issue when it was time to pack for crops.
I’ve been seeing these wonderful bags by Pull-EZ which retail for over $18.00.
These are wonderful, but I didn’t need a bag that big, nor could I find one locally. So one day while strolling through the make-up isle I saw small clear bags. The plastic is thick and it’s easy to take a Crop-a-dile and punch holes where you wish.
I need to warn you, I made the one below with too many holes and put in way too much ribbon. I put in about 2ft – 3ft of each ribbon. That exceeded the limits of the bag.
So I’ve redone the bag with less holes spaced about 1 ½ inches apart from each other in every direction. There are holes in both sides of course. This will help insure the ribbon will pull easily and not become stuck.
These would be awesome to make one for each color in your stash and they are a steal at only $2.00 a bag.
Okay Ladies, now that you have a few ideas I can’t wait to see what you come up with for your storage solution.
Remember your photos for this challenge need be posted under this thread.
Challenge photos are due Next Monday Feb 8th, 2010.
Posted by Kristin Lamb at 10:16 AM