Monday, August 28, 2017

Back to School Supply Caddy

Hi there - it's Tya and I am up on the blog today sharing with you all my Back to School project. I have to admit - I kind of am obsessed with all the back to school products from the pencils, to the crayons to the markers and notebooks - I love it all! But- what I don't love are those boring plastic pencil boxes that hide all of the goodies. So I decided to make a fun desk organizer using my

I used a Desk Organizer cut file designed by Lori Whitlock and cut out the base from Kraft cardstock. I then used a piece of  This Way Men pattern paper from the Toy Box collection from Carta Bella. I assembled my box with some sticky strip tape to make sure that it stays nice and sturdy. I also added a plaid sticker strip to the front of the box. The sticker is found on the Element Sticker.

 To decorate the box front, I used a few different Echo Park cut files that are in the Silhouette shop. To make the label, I cut out a label from some blue solid paper. I utilized the Print and Cut feature on the Silhouette to make the "School Supplies" title. I added the title to the blue label and then added pop dots to the back of the blue label and added the label to the box.

 I added some fun stickers from the Element Stickers to the label with pop dots and and also added an enamel star and some enamel dots to complete the decorations.

On the top section of the box, I added a piece of blue twine  and glued the ends to the sides of the box. I then added some of the chipboard banner pieces from the Chipboard Shapes to the top of the twine. 

Then fill up the organizer with any of your favorite school supplies! No boring plastic boxes here! I hope I have inspired you to make of of these cute boxes for your little students! Happy crafting everyone!

Supplies used:
-This Way Men paper
-Toy Box Element Sticker Sheet
-Toy Box Chipboard
-Toy Box Enamel Shapes
-Toy Box Enamel Dots
-Go See Explore Solid Papers
-Carta Bella Kraft Cardstock
-White Cardstock
-Blue Twine
-Desk Organizer (Silhouette Cut File #62998)
-Echo Park Labels (Silhouette Cut File #38155)
-Echo Park School Supplies(Silhouette Cut File #84817)
-pop dots, foam tape

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Digital Scrapbook Inspiration by Tya

Hi there everyone! It's Tya and I am up on the blog today sharing a digital scrapbooking page featuring the adorable School Rules line by Lori. It's Back to School time, so I thought I would share a first day of school layout with you. We all have these pictures right? This collection is great for recording those fun memories! Here is my layout:

Products Used:
School Rules Collection
Masking Borders 2
Basics Embellishments Set
LW Perfect Type font

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope I have inspired you to get some back to school photos scrapbooked!

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Digital Inspiration with Tya- I Want to be a Mermaid

Hi there-it's Tya and I am up this week sharing with you some digital scrapbooking goodies! I have to admit - this collection "Let's Be Mermaids"  that Lori designed for Echo Park is one of my all time favorites! I love all the bright colors and icons and I found the PERFECT photo to highlight this fun collection so that is what I am sharing with you this week. I based it loosely off of this sketch that was on the Stuck Sketches site:
 Here is my layout:
The little blondie on the left is my sweet little mermaid - I loved the blonde haired mermaid and she kind of made the layout in my opinion. I hope I have inspired you to pick up this super cute collection and create a layout showing of your cute mermaids!

You can find this cute collection over on Snap Click Supply - here is a link:
Let's Be Mermaids Mega Collection

Thank you so much for stopping by today! Happy crafting!

Monday, August 7, 2017

LW August Creative Team Blog Hop

Hi friends - welcome to your last stop on this month's Lori Whitlock Creative Team Blog Hop! You should have arrived here from Ashley's blog or you can start at the very beginning at Lori's blog where you can pick up this darling freebie that is available through today so make sure to stop back there!
A couple of years ago our family went on a dream vacation to Hawaii - and sadly I am still THAT far behind in scrapbooking the photos. This month I made a small dent in the huge pile of photos and made this layout of one of my favorite pictures. Lori's Island Vacation kit was the perfect collection to use - I loved all the tropical colors and icons! Too cute! Here is my layout:
 I used the following products:
Thanks a bunch for stopping by today!

Make sure you check out Lori's promotions she has going on with this month's blog hop - she always has such great sales- don't forget to check them out!

 Lori is also giving away a $20 gift card to her SVG shop so don't forget to enter the raffle!  Thanks for stopping by!

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Under the Sea Gift Bags Echo Park Paper

Hello everyone! It's Tya here - and I am up on the blog today sharing with you a fun little project featuring the adorable Under the Sea line from Echo Park. I love having little gift bags around. When I need to give, I have some cute bags handy ready to fill up with something fun. Here are a few gift bags I made for my project:

To make my bags I used the 3D Window Treat Bag cut file on my Silhouette. I ungrouped the file and deleted the window section of the bag so the front is just smooth with no window. I cut the boxes out with various pattern papers.I then decorated each of the bags with some papers, die cuts,. stickers, ephemera, enamel dots and some ribbons. Here are some close ups of each of the bags:

These little cuties were so fun to make and I love how vivid and bright the collection is! I am so excited to give one of these out to someone special. Hopefully I have inspired you to do the same! Happy Crafting!

Products Used:
- Under the Sea Happy Starfish 
-Under the Sea Submarine Scene
-Under the Sea Deep Sea Fun
-Under the Sea Crabby Stripe
-Under the Sea Friendly Fish
-Under the Sea 3x4 Journaling Cards
- Under the Sea Solids Pack
- Under the Sea Ephemera
-Under the Sea Element Stickers
-3D Window Treat Box cut file (Silhouette ##31882)
-Stitched Rectangle Nesting Die
-Enamel Dots 
-Pearl Brads
-Pop Dots