Thursday, April 3

MSC Design Team is Really Hopping with Easter Projects.

 

The Sweet Sugar Egg 

Create an Easter paper egg keepsake like this one for friends and family. This is so sweet that you may have to tuck in some candies they can munch on so they don't lick the pretty papers!

 Check Becki's  BLOG for all the interesting details.

 

  

Little Lamb Treat Box Dispenser

 Cheryl combined svgs from the Dispenser Box and Little Lamb Belly Box Trio to create this adorable dispenser for spring or Easter. It will soon be filled with candies, but I'm thinking it would be perfect too filled with little packets of tea for my tea-loving friends.
 
You'll really enjoy Cheryl's BLOG post for this goodie.
 
 
 
 

Carrot Box

If you have bunnies then you just 'gotta' have carrots and jelly beans too, right? Cheryl used the large paper Carrot Treat Box and filled it with jelly beans. The little white flowers around the lid bottom are so pretty along with the scrunchy ribbon on top.
 
Cheryl's BLOG has several more photos of this fun project. Don't miss it.
 
 

 

Carrot Box from Spring Baskets Trio

Wouldn't this make a fantastic gift basket for candy eggs and even a potted plant? It's so easy to put together you could have several done in no time.
 
Visit Saundra's BLOG for more inspiration.


 

Sweet Easter Chick Treat Dispenser

Here's a bright and cheerful paper project using the svg cut files from the Pour Box and Easter Chicks collection. I like how Melissa used a solid blue cardstock for the pour spout itself. It's a nice contrast to the striped papers and Easter chick.
 
See even more up close photos on Melissa's BLOG.

Tuesday, March 4

New Mary Engelbreit cutting files and patterns.

We are SO excited to announce that we will be offering patterns and cutting files from our longtime favorite artist Mary Engelbreit. 
 
 
We've been busily converting many of her popular images and characters into cutting files for use on your own personal cutter. Be sure to visit MaryEngelbreit.com as well as Mary's popular facebook page too.

Saturday, March 1

Here Comes the Birthday Train

What a fun treat for anyone's birthday. DT Saundra put together the 3D Paper Train Set with bright and cheery birthday papers. The middle car is the perfect size for a cupcake. 
 
http://www.myscrapchick.com/product.cfm?product=875
 
Make someone's birthday extra special with this happy Birthday Express! Visit Saundra's blog for more info and closeup photos.

Friday, February 28

Meet Our Design Team

We are so excited to welcome this seasons design team. These are the gals that put together fabulous projects with MyScrapChick's patterns, who create projects that inspire our imaginations, make our jobs fun AND make us look good.
My Scrap Chick's design team.
DESIGN TEAM BLOG & FACEBOOK LISTING
Melissa Miranda kindly made the following list on her blog of all the teams blogs.....
Thanks Melissa.

We are so happy that DT leader Kristin, along with Becki, Margie, Saundra and Mayra will still be with us. You ladies have been a real blessing and a joy to work with the past couple months. And we are super excited to welcome 7 new designers, Katie, Melissa, Cheryl, Julie, Tina, Shawnee and Christine.
  
The designers will be posting projects on our facebook page on a regular basis so be sure to check it out. And you'll be seeing a lot more activity on our blog in the weeks to come too as we share more about these amazing ladies and their passion for paper crafting.
  
Our DT Leader Kristin, has been our Design Team rock. She keeps things organized and running smoothly, and still has time to paper piece projects, along with a lot of our new products and takes the great photos you see. We love you Kristin!!  

So let the creative fun begin!!

Sunday, January 12

Pretty Paper Rosettes without the Glue Gun!

I love Paper Rosettes and I love my glue gun. But I don't like waiting for the glue gun to heat up, I don't like the burned fingers when pressing the rosette down on the backing. And I don't like those fine strings of dried glue on my projects.

So we found a way to design cutting files for a whole set of rosette patterns that can be assembled easily with just a bit of embroidery floss and darning needle. Take a look.
 
The cutting files for these pretties are real time savers too. Just pick your paper and let your cutter do all the work.

All of the Paper Rosettes fold lines are cut as small perfectly spaced dash lines. Folding them is a cinch. The holes for threading...all cut at just the right place so holes line up perfectly and threading is a breeze like you see in the photo here.

A variety of sizes and edges all ready to cut.

27 Rosettes: 9 Scalloped, 9 Zig-Zag and 9 Straight edge. Each style comes in the following sizes ready to cut:
1-1/2",
2",
2-1/2",
3",
3-1/2",
4",
4-1/2",
5",
5-1/2"

These pretty Paper Rosettes can be used as is without any further embellishing. They would work perfectly for a wall arrangement, a rosette wreath or banner without anymore done to them.

You can embellish the rosettes to your hearts content with buttons, bling, flowers and tags.  We included an assortment of  medallion shapes to help with that too.

Paper Rosettes

Wednesday, October 30

Carmel Apple Gift Box for Fall

A sweet Fall treat from DT member Kristin. This looks good enough to eat!

 
DT Member Kristin uses the apple box from the School House Trio set to make a delicious caramel apple gift box!  Visit her blog for more pictures and to read all the details about how she created the caramel topping.  http://papercreationsbykristin.blogspot.com/2013/10/caramel-apple-gift-box.html