Thursday, November 20, 2014

Wizardry by MOXXIE

After Halloween, I'm anxious to scrap those pictures of costumes from the past. One year, my son was in love with all things Harry Potter. So for his Christmas present, we went to Orlando Florida's Universal Studios to the "Wizarding World of Harry Potter."

Moxxie has papers for that! The WIZARDY line is so warm and dark and fun.


This double page spread uses both the themed paper and stickers. 
The first page is my boys entering the "Wizarding World of Harry Potter" which is awesomely realistic to the movie and page two is us eating authentic English vitals at Hogsmeade restaurant complete with Butter Beer. 

This line can still be purchases online. 
and plenty of other online sites
or ask at your local scrapbook store if they carry Moxxie. 






Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Yee Haw Stagecoach ***MOXXIE***

My sons were cowboys for Halloween. And that put me in the mood to do a cowboy page. The perfect paper- MOXXIE's Western Round-Up. I scrapped some "old" photos from 2000 for my mom. This is a family trip where we went to an Old West Town called Columbia and rode on the stage coach. Being held-up was definitely the highlight for the unsuspecting kids. I glued on hemp string for a lasso effect.


Although not really a double page spread, I like my left and right pages in my albums to coordinate. And I had more pics so I made another COWBOY page.

 The paper is perfect as is, but that didn't stop me from altering it. To get that distressed look, I ran the center strip of paper and the edges of the mat under regular tap water. Don't be afraid. It makes the paper just right to wrinkle and alter and squish to lay flat. Then once dry, it gets a wrinkled leather look that is perfect for this page.

 Want some cowboy paper for yourself? 
Ask your local scrapbook store or look online. 
MOXXIE Western Round-Up 
Scrapbook.com

Friday, November 7, 2014

MOXXIE Cards Blog Hop

MOXXIE has great scrapbooking collections.
Including a jazzy Easter collection called Easter-ific.


But of course, they aren't only for layouts.
I must admit, I'm a layout scrapbooker. I feel comfortable there.
So altered objects and card are out of my comfort zone. To push myself, here are 3 cards I made for random upcoming birthdays. We can always use cards ready to go.



And for a twist, I used MOXXIE's Easter-ific Collection.
The bright colors and patterns just sang party to me!
Now How about you have a look at more cards and hop on through MOXXIE cards today?

And of course there is a PRIZE involved!
None other than the amazing New Winterland!!!
This line has a fantastic color combo, fun patterns and cute embellishments for all of your wintertime activities!


Details on how to WIN this line are below.


 To be eligible to WIN all you have to do is comment on the Moxxie blog.
(US addresses only please) 
Extra chances to win include:
  Comment- on any (or all) of the designers blogs
  Facebook- share the blog hop post (let us know by leaving a link on the Moxxie blog)
  Pinterest- pin any (or all) of these wonderful projects (leave a link for each pin on the Moxxie blog)
  Challenge- Enter your card in our challenge! 3 extra entries if you use MOXXIE product! Link directly to your project or project post. (link up using the inlinkz tool at the bottom of this page)
Commenting and Challenge end Nov 30th.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Magical Memory ***MOXXIE***

Hey Mickie, You're so fine, you're so fine- you blow my mind.

MOXXIE has some great lines- both new ones and older ones.
I found this line that is PERFECT for the Disney pictures that I'm currently scrapping.
They made it so easy. I scrapped this double pager in less than an hour.



Ask your local scrapbook retailer if they have MOXXIE in stock. It's so easy to use and packs a punch with great colors. 


Friday, October 10, 2014

Halloween MOXXIE Blog Hop

My friends and I go Halloween camping every year together. The fun is where 50 of us all dress in a theme and decorate our cabins for the trick or treaters. MOXXIE's ZOMBIE ATTACK is the perfect line to showcase our MONSTER PROM.

Want to see more awesome Halloween MOXXIE stuff? Hop to it! And maybe even get a treat, no tricks about it. 
Welcome to the Moxxie Halloween Hop & Challenge!
We have a fantastic line-up this month!! You won't want to miss a single project.
And of course we have an awesome prize up for grabs!
Your choice of Zombie Attack! or Autumn Glory!


Aren't they gorgeous?
To be eligible to WIN all you have to do is comment on the Moxxie blog.
Extra chances to win include:
  Comment- on any (or all) of the designers blogs
  Facebook- share the blog hop post (let us know by leaving a link on the Moxxie blog)
  Pinterest- pin any (or all) of these wonderful projects (leave a link for each pin on the Moxxie blog)
  Challenge- Enter your Halloween project in our challenge! 3 extra entries if you use MOXXIE product! Link directly to your project or project post. (link up using the inlinkz tool at the bottom of this page)

 Here's our fantastic line up:
Amy Allred
Renee Robbins
Wendi Robinson
Leslie Mitchell 
Samantha Taylor 
Jennifer Taylor
Amelia Harris
Joan Liddle
Daniella Hayes
Julie McGowan
Rebecca Price
Ange Weisbeck
Moxxie

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

PB&J Gelli + Paste

What goes better together then Peanut Butter & Jelly?

I've showed off some of the my gelli plate work and some of the molding paste (like modeling paste or thick gesso).
Now I've combined gelli & paste.



Monday, October 6, 2014

It's GO TIME ***MOXXIE*** style

I love to see a paper theme and twist it. It takes creative thinking to see Christmas paper and scrap summer park pictures with it. Sometimes, scrapping for me is just playtime.

This page uses the new #MOXXIE line RACING. I used the orange B side of the "Racing" paper and cut the black "Motorcross" paper for the base. Then I splashed yellow paint all over and added some random embellishments. This page even leaves room for 3 tags of journaling about my son at this age.

So your challenge- twist you next project. You don't have to play by any rules. No "scrapbook police" will "get you." And have fun with it.