Finally an Etsy shop I can be proud of ;)

Have you seen my Etsy store lately? Keepsake Quality Paper Creations by full of goodies! A few mini scrapbook albums, and a whole lot of handmade greeting cards have found (hopefully temporary ;) homes there. I plan on trying out a few other paper crafts to list in there as well! So keep an eye out :)
Here are a few samples...

 Come on down and check them out! Thanks for stopping by :)

Fall Frolic begins this week at PFOP!

Happy first day of Fall! I know it's beginning to look a lot like fall here in the Rocky's....the aspens are starting to change into their fabulous fall colors. Today also marks the beginning of Pocket Full of Papers Fall Frolic Design Challenge! This week our members will be showing off some amazing fall creations!
 For my first fall paper crafts, I decided to make some Halloween goodies. I used the 6x6 pad from My Minds Eye, called Mischievous. I LOVE how they found a way to add light blue to the rest of the Halloween mix of colors! My first project is a paper bag album I titled All Hallows Eve. I inked and painted lots of chipboard shapes to adorn each page :)
The second project I made were Halloween greeting cards. I made six in all...not bad from one tiny little six by six paper pad :)
You can see more pictures and place your bid HERE on ebay! Thanks for looking!

99 cent listings on ebay!

I'm a few days late, (seems like the story of my life :) but I wanted to show off this months 99 cent listings on ebay!
The first of two chipboard albums, is made from a 6x6 pad from Trimcraft, called Desert. This is the first time I have used paper by them, and I really like it. Part of the pad has embossed glitter pages, the other is just nice matte pages. The print is scaled really nice for the 6x6 size too. I look forward to using more from them!
I used some letter stickers from my Crate Paper stash to name it "Family". 
I love how the colors are a gentle ease into the many fall colors I'll soon be using!

The second album is also made from chipboard. I cut the pages by hand, from tracing the edges of a few Maya Road sheer acrylic albums, and a few other misc. chipboard pages I had around, to make them all roughly the same size :) It is no easy feet cutting the chipboard either...esp. the curves, but if you are going to sand the edges as much as I do, it turns out perfect anyway :) The paper is from the new Six by Six pads out by My Minds Eye. I know I'll be using every single pad from that line! They are all so cute :)
 I used October Afternoon Mini Market letters to title it, "these are the days". 
To see more pics and place your bid :) you can check them out HERE on ebay!!

I'm still using some of the lovely rolled flowers I got from Tammy. I'm getting low now....I need more! :) Check them out for yourself at her Etsy store...I Love This!

Thanks, as always, for stopping by to read :)