Friday, May 01, 2020

Hey Honey - Hexagon challenge!

Hi friends!

Pop over to our Facebook Cherry Crafters group to play along with my hexagon challenge for National Scrapbooking weekend!

We have so many fun things happening at A  Cherry on Top this weekend!


Catch a process video for this layout on my YouTube channel.










This awesome prize sponsored by American Crafts is up for grabs!


Hope you'll play along!
xoxo, Natalie


Thursday, April 30, 2020

A Cherry on Top NSD Blog Hop!


Welcome to the 2020 A Cherry on Top Design Team Blog Hop for National Scrapbooking Day!


Today we are hopping around the A Cherry on Top's Design Team blogs to celebrate the upcoming National Scrapbooking Day extravaganza! 

ACOT is giving away over 80 prizes during this weekend's festivities!!

We are here to bring you the first of the excitement. You have a chance to win a prize on every blog in the hop today. We have each created scrappy inspiration for you using 6x6 or 6x8 paper pads.


Just leave a comment letting me know you're hopping along, and visit all the other blogs in the hop, leaving comments along the way. You have until Monday, May 4 at midnight to comment and hop along.

Blog Line Up:
Dillightfully Crafty - You are here!
Sara Scraps - HOP HERE NEXT!

You can find a full process video on my YouTube channel.

I created my layout using the new Heidi Swapp Art Walk line - I used the 6x8 paper pad and a few stickers from the cardstock sticker sheet.


I wanted to do a modern take on a grid design, but with a shape other than squares. I chose chevrons and used my Cricut to cut out 9 chevrons from different patterned papers from the 6x8 pad. I love the smaller patterns offered in the 6 inch paper pads, as they lend well to small designs. They're great for pocket pages too!


I distressed the edges on each chevron and sewed them down. I used a few of the chevron scraps to die cut some palm fronds with my Big Shot.



I used white acrylic paint, watered down, to create the white splatters.

I first tried to use some Thickers as a title, but decided I wanted to keep it bright and white. So I used some of the 6x8 Heidi Swapp paper to cut the word "Palmettos" from my Cricut. I used a free font, isolated the letters, and welded them together.

The rest of the title is cut from the Concord & 9th Double Cut Alpha Dies - always a favorite of mine!


This is literally one of my favorite photos I've ever taken in my life. So it was actually a lot of pressure to scrap it well! I am happy with the outcome, however.

To accompany my tropical layout, these die cut ephemera pieces from Kaisercraft's Paradise Found were absolutely perfect!


I love to mix and match among collections, and this Kaisercraft color scheme works perfectly with Heidi's Art Walk.

I finished the page with clear dew drop enamel bits and fluffed the chevron edges!



I hope you've been inspired to grab a 6x6 or 6x8 paper pad and create! Make sure to hop along to Sara's blog next, and leave comments on all blogs to enter to win the prizes.

Thanks so much to Simple Stories and A Cherry on Top for sponsoring this amazing weekend of giveaways!

There are also tons of prizes in the A Cherry on Top message board and in our Facebook group!



Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Treat Yoself with Paper House Productions!


Hey friends! I have another Life Crafted layout today using Paper House Productions supplies!

You can check out the process video on my channel.


I created this double spread of Starbucks Reserve & Michigan Avenue, then put some Starbucks ephemera between the two.

Make sure to check out the awesome Treat Yo'self sale going on at Paper House today!


As always, you can use my code PH20NATALIE for 20% off every day!

xoxo, Natalie



Wednesday, April 01, 2020

Magical Vacay


Happy April, friends! 

Today I have a new 8.5x11 double page spread for you in a Disney album! I have a process video for the layout. 

You can find the Simple Stories, Cricut and Carta Bella products at the A Cherry on Top Store.




I created the pocket page with Studio Calico products.






xoxo, Natalie