Scrapbook workshop for December “City Sidewalks”

Bonus layout this month!  That is right we have four layouts for you.  These fun layouts were designed by my good friend Tina Lovell.

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Cardworkshop December “Oh Deer”

Christmas Card Workshop #2

Using oh Deer Paper and inspired by cards designed by Liz Mullins Johnson.


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I will be offering this workshop in December on Friday the 9th, offering both day and evening workshops.  Call now to order your kit.  816-664-2961


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Card workshop for November “City Sidewalks”

Its time for Christmas card workshops!

This is Christmas card workshops #1

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There is still time if you would like to make these cards you can join in on December 9th but to do so call as soon as you can to order your kit.


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Scrapbook Workshop for November “Swan Lake”

I absolutely love these fall colors

Layout one


I used these pages to highlight, my mom, not her retirement…no it was a celebration of 40 years of service at Pershing Memorial hospital in Brookfield.  I am so proud of my mom and her wonderful work ethic.

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Mom’s friend and co worker had many fun and wonderful things to say about my mom.


Great time with friends, family and fellow co-workers

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the last layout is looking back on my baby’s 21st birthday!  I can not believe this boy is and adult…. where has the time went.

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It was a fun celebration with the siblings and grand parents and of course mom and dad.

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So proud of this young man and excited for his future.






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October Scrapbook layouts ” Uptown”

The uptown paper is elegant and I could pick not better paper to highlight the wonderful engagement photos of my son Luke and Mackenzie,  his beautiful fiancé.

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I love all these photo’s, Amy Vanderau with All Gussied up did a fantastic job capturing these two love birds.

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October Card workshop “uptown”



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Scrapbook Layouts for September “Florence”

I love this beautiful paper and used it to record a wonderful weekend I was able to spend with my daughter In-Law to be and her mom, aunt and wonderful cousins.  What a ball we all had.

Layout one

Florence Layout 1


so on layout one I used one 5 x 7 H which I trimmed to a 4.5 x 6.5, and three 3 x 4 trimmed slightly.

Layout two

Florence Layout 2


This awesome family has quit the family tradition when it comes to sending off company, they all wave what ever they can find as the company is leaving.  What a pleasure it was to spend the weekend with these fun new friends.

I used  two 4×6 on first page one is V & one H trimmed both for mat reveal I also used a flip flap on the vertical one for additional photos and jounaling.  on page two it has one 4×6 H and two 3 x4 V.  All trimmed for the mat reveal.

Layout three

Florence Layout 3 2


We had so much fun with Mackenzie trying on dresses.  No you will not see the Dress she said Yes to…. That will be a wonderful surprise to all.  Lets just say, I know she has stolen my son Luke’s heart… but that day she is also going to knock his sock off.  🙂

I used a 5 x 7 V and a 3 x 4 H on page one and on page two a 4×6 H and three 2.5 sq photos.

I hope you enjoy this paper as much as I have call or message me if you would like to join in for this workshop

supplies are

Florence Paper pack

Florence Complements

Florence Sequins

Rose foil tape

additional cardstock




The Florence paper is only available through the end of August so call now to order yours.


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Scrapbook Layouts for August “Magical”

Love these layouts that were designed by my good friend Tina Lovell

Magical Layout 1

I added the black overlays along with some flip flaps


for this layout you need one 4 x 6 Horizontal and three 3 x 4 Horizontal on page 1 and on page 2  you have two 4 x 6 vertical and three more 3 x 4 horizontal.  I then  trimmed each photo slightly for the reveal of the mat.  mine are 1/4 smaller you can do it however  you prefer.

Layout two

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My photos are a bit blurry and I need a couple more to finish it out.  I cut my zip strips on page two of this layout a 1/2 larger and taped on the back so I could slide photos under at later time. I used a 4 x 6 on page one and on page two of this layout I used three 3 x 3 photos sq.  and three 3 x 5 trimmed slightly.

Our third layout

Magical Layout 3


I love this paper and used it to celebrate the memories of CTMH convention this year.  These layouts allow you to add so many fun photos and by adding flip flaps you can add in even more.  Page one has three 4 x 6 one vertical and two horizontal.  page two is made up o 3 x 3 photos.  you can do eight or more  with the flip flaps.

Hope you enjoy these layouts.  Contact me if you would like to join in to create these and other fun layouts as part of our monthly scrapbooking clubs.



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July Sign-up Special


There is no better time to become a consultant!

Consultants who sign up during July will receive their choice of a  new Fundamental paper packet bundled together with it’s coordinating compliments and that is in addition to the $50.00 in Select Product you get when signing up.

July is preview month for us as consultants so it is also a great opportunity for you to see all the wonderful new products early!

Would love to have you join this awesome crafty bunch.  Feel free to txt or call me at 816-664-2961 with any questions.

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Open House

Close to My Heart Open house

You are invited to my open house for Close to My Hearts New Annual Catalog! 


I am so excited about the product CTMH is bringing us in the New Year.  Its fun it’s fresh and I am very excited.  So here is what I am going to do.  I will offer a few different options for you to attend and enjoy all the excitement with me.

What to expect:

            Great displays using new product     

            Upcoming workshops that you can join in sign up for

            Fun hands on projects                        

            Door Prize!

            Lots of Fun!               

           Free Stuff!


How to get Free Stuff

  1. Respond to this invite letting me know what time frame you plan to attend and you will get your very own free Annual catalog!
  2. Just by attending the open house you will get your name in on a drawing for a great door prize! And get to do wonderful hands on project while you are here. 
  3. Bring an uninvited guest with you and get your name in a drawing for my fresh face contest which will be held right before Christmas and if you win you will get 100$ free!
  4. If you or a guest sign up for an upcoming workshop you will also gets your name in the contest along with getting your name in for a mystery hostess drawing that day.
  5. If you bring a guest and they sign up for the monthly clubs I host, your friend will get her name in on the drawing but you will get your name in 10 times. That’s right 10 times!
  6. Copy, Paste and share this to your face book page and get your name in 5x for the fresh face contest.


            I am offering several time frames to fit any schedule

                                   Friday July 29th                                                         

                                    2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

                                    6 p.m. to 8 p.m.


                                 Saturday July 30th

                                 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

                                2 p.m. to 4 p.m.


It will be held at my home for address and directions simply respond to this invitation and I will get more information to you along with securing your Free Annual Catalog!


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