Monday, July 9, 2012

Winner and Sharing!

      First off, I want to send a big WELCOME to all of you who started following me recently! I am so excited and happy that you will be checking in from time to time! Thank you! I hope that my creations are able to inspire in some small way. Please, if you leave a comment, feel free to share your blog address with me. I love seeing others' creativity!
     To start with, I have a card to share today. I received a gorgeous bouquet of flowers at the end of the school year (yes, this card is a little late!) that had this gorgeous ribbon on it. I wanted to create a thank you card using the colors of that ribbon as inspiration. It is bright and cheery for the bright and cheery little girl I drove to school each day last year. I think she will like it!

Supplies used- Punches: Martha Stewart, Fiskars. Paper: Recollections, Cosmos Cricket. Brad: American Crafts. Jewels: Imaginisce. Rub-on: Pebbles. Adhesive: Xyron, Scotch. 

     I still have multiple gazillions of Disney photos from our trip there in February and I am really hoping to get many of those scrapped soon. This month's Authentique Sketch Challenge was perfect for my photos of the castle at night! I love this Celebrate collection so much and since Disney is one big celebration, I decided to use it for my layout! 
Supplies used- Paper: Authentique "Celebrate", Bazzill, Recollections. Pen: Uniball,Creative Memories. Ribbon: Unknown. Adhesive: Xyron, Scotch, Zig

     Now, for the giveaway winner! I had 71 comments for the Scrapbook Steals Blog Hop. Using, the lucky winner is number 37...Kathy Ancheta! Kathy, please email me your address at and I will get some Thickers in the mail to you! Thank you everyone for participating! 

          Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you check back soon! Have a wonderful week! 

Scrap Happy~Melissa


  1. Melissa that layout is beautiful! Those photos are just perfect for that paper!

  2. Great layout! I love this birthday line! I like how you cut and popped the balloon and how you made the banner. well done!