This handout is easy peasy! Much like the previous lesson. I even used the same little temple I drew on this one as well. The pattern for it is posted below. Just print THIS out onto some white cardstock and mount it to some scrapbooking paper. Cut out the temple and adhere it using pop dots so it stand off the page. Add a heart, white embroidery floss bow and a pearl sticker.
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
This handout came together pretty quickly. All you need to do is print THIS out on some pretty colored paper then trim. Add a bow around the bottom before mounting it onto some white cardstock. Print the temple image I drew (very juvenile LOL), cut it out leaving a tiny white border then adhere it to handout using some pop-dots. I added a pink chipboard heart and some pearl stickers I had in my scrapbooking stash.
I think your girls will love this!
Posted by Shanna at 12:35 PM
Friday, March 19, 2010
This week's handout is easy peasy. All you have to do is PRINT THIS out onto white cardstock and mount it onto some other colored cardstock. I added inking, machine stitching, and a twine bow to mine for more details but you don't have to do that. It will still be fun!
Posted by Shanna at 10:47 AM
Thursday, March 11, 2010
This was a fun handout for me to create. I couldn't find some cute FREE clipart online anywhere.... or I should say that was actually CUTE ENOUGH to use. LOL So I decided to draw something out myself. I'm pretty decent with shapes of different kinds but I have NEVER been very good at drawing people. So forgive me if this looks really juvenile. I guess since it's for a Young Women's handout it just might work! Wink!
Anyhoo.... I printed the image I drew onto some heavier white cardstock. Then I used my watercolor pencils to add some coloring. This would look cute printed right onto colored paper too or even on white with no coloring added. Copy mine or use your imagination! Once I finished coloring it I traced a light circle and cut the image out using my small scalloped scrapbooking scissors. Then I added a stitched border using my sewing machine. LOVE THAT THING! I PRINTED THIS onto some pink colored cardstock then cut it out using my large scalloped scissors. Finally I adhered the white center to the pink using pop dots. Oh! And I added the cute little pink cording for a bow.
Posted by Shanna at 5:06 PM
Thursday, March 4, 2010
I think I was feeling the green this week as I long for Spring and of course St. Patty's Day is around the corner.
Since it IS already Thursday and I am running behind as usual... I tried to keep this simple. I created two different pdf's of this so you could print the green version like mine or just go with a classic black and mount it on any color you'd like. Here they are:
Once I printed it out onto white cardstock I mounted it on some black as a frame. Then I tied the black cording around the bottom and to the front onto the heart. Last, I glued it to the patterned paper and trimmed.
Easy Peasy! ♥
Posted by Shanna at 3:34 PM