Saturday, August 14, 2010

Best Creation Inc Submission

Thanks to my dear friend Noeleen a Design Team call for Best Creation Inc was brought to my attention. Oh my gosh where I have I been, what rock was I hiding under??? The papers are beyond amazing! I love love love the glitter embossing on these papers....are you kidding me?? I did get a chance to see the papers in real life at CHA Chicago and they are even better when you can touch and see them......SOLD!!! The booth at CHA Chicago was really hopping with an awesome make n take and all of the people in the booth were super busy taking orders everytime I came around....how cool is that???

Anyway I would love to share my projects with you!! My favorite line is Surf's Up, check it out:



I created my altered item and my card with this line:

I used a Embroidery Hoop for my altered item, all you have to do is wet a sheet of paper slightly and place it between the two hoops like you would fabric and push the hoops back together and tighten. When the paper dries it is as tight as a drum and a dream to work on!





I also created a birthday card with this line:



With one of their Halloween lines I created this layout:



I used my Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio to make the little epoxy hearts, just love how you can make custom embellies with this!

I love the graphics on the papers, you can leave the paper whole......or....you can cut it up!!! Plus who doesnt love Bling???

Wish me luck!!!

5 comments:

TraceyT said...

This line is definitely among my BC favs. LOVE the embroidery hoop idea. Gorgeous projects. Best of luck to you with the call :)

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

Julie you did a great job. Love what you did with the round layout.

Noeleen said...

wonderful work julie:) i love your circle lo:)

Heather Landry said...

Hi! I'm another one of the Scraptastic Club designers! Just stopping by to say congrats, and check out your blog. =0)

Also, I wish you the best of luck with your Best Creations submission!

Magpie Moran said...

What great paper and what you did with it! Love it!