Friday, September 5, 2014

CTMH Obsessed Scrappers Blog Hop

It's so exciting to be part of the CTMH Obsessed Scrappers Blog Hop! If you came from Susie's Blog, then you are in the right place. The blog participants are all Joy Tracey's downline.
Here's the complete list of the blog hoppers:<--You are Here!

I used Sketch 104 from the Cardabilities website for my template. Granted it's an older sketch, but I love the versatility of it and it could be used in a variety of projects. I altered a Goodwill find ($3.00, people!!!) and came up with this....a storage solution for my Picture My Life Cards!

I used Skylark paper (retired) to cover the mini chest of drawers. For a neater look, I covered the edges with Lagoon Hearts Washi Tape. The front "knobs" were Teal Acrylic Flowers (retired).

I followed the sketch with a little modification. I layered a small Skylark Picture My Life card to a doily that I had cut at 4" using Juniper Cardstock. I cut some roses from page 69 of the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge at 4", 3" and 2 1/2" using Lagoon Cardstock. The leaves were made from Sweet Leaf Cardstock, cut freehand. I added some Skylark Complements(retired), more Teal Resin Flowers and a zip strip to tie everything together.

Your next blog to visit would be Kim B's Paper Crafts!


  1. Very lovely! It's neat how creative you were with all the designs from the Skylark paper!

    (Sorry if this is a duplicate post...)

  2. You are so clever! I absolutely love this project.

  3. I love the Skylark paper packet. It's definitely on my top five favorites list of all time. You did a fabulous job with the projects. Great find, BTW! $3 is awesome!
    Kim at

  4. I love seeing how you used the Skylark papers, I really need to pull mine out and do something with it.

  5. Love how you decorated your Goodwill find. I really like the Skylark papers and you did a great job showcasing them.

  6. That's absolutely beautiful! And you are so clever to literally think outside of the box.

  7. Hi Peachy - OMG! This is JUST FABULOUS! I love how you altered that chest of drawers - just a gorgeous use of that skylark paper and elements! OUTSTANDING! Hugs, Joy