May Arts Design Team Submission with Tutorials

Yes I am trying out for a design team. I love May arts Ribbons so this would be so great. I am so excited.The deadline is today. I know last minute. But I just had to try. I have been working on a few projects to submit for some time though. 

So without further hold up here are some creations and a video tutorial on how to make one of them.

First up is a banner I made for both this submission and the DCWV/May Arts Challenge.
I used DCWV's Snapshot Stack . I am so in love with this stack. I was also given ribbons from May Arts to use. One I hope May Art's can help me Identify. The Yellow chevron is my favorite. I want one in every color.
I also made it for my son's graduation to display pictures of the school events. It is a very very small school. 

I love these Polaroid 
pieces I cut out 
There is even a page of
thought bubbles.
And love the little page
of elements.

Now it looks great over my little wall embellishment house.

Here is a quick an easy apron that I got for working at Michael's as a prize. But it was fairly plain and had no pockets. So I got out my scraps of material and some Great May arts ribbon oh and the sewing machine. Here is what I came up with.

I had just enough ribbon left to tie
two little knot bows at the top.

Here is the May Art's
 Ribbon I used.
Love it. Black and Beige.
Here are the pockets I added
and accented with Stripped
 May arts ribbon.
There are two loops on
each end of the pockets
for pens or tools

Next is my Silly and Adorable layout of my daughter Kylee.
The paper, Brads and Chipboard pieces are from My Mind's Eye Howdy Doody Collection. I love it.

 I used this great May Arts Webbed ribbon to make a flower accent and accent the bottom of the page.

 Here is a quick tutorial on how to make the flower.

I love this Dreamweaver Stencils Emobossing paste to add texture to my designs. I used a honeycomb shaped stencil and brushed on the embossing paste. Then I added Crystal Stickles by Ranger between the comb and as accents on some of the chipboard pieces. And on the yellow doily I got at Michael's in the now $1.50 bin.

Last but certainly not least, a quick video tutorial to make this frame inspired by the May Arts Ribbons Shown.


Unknown said…
Wow! What wonderful projects!!

Can't wait to scrap with you!!