Good Monday morning friends! Did you have a great weekend? Did you get a chance to curl up with our brand new fall issue? THANK YOU for all your kind and wonderful comments and emails on Friday. We cannot even tell you how fun they are to read and how much they touch our hearts. We absolutely love hearing from you!
We are getting ready for Crop & Create Ottawa this week where Vicki Boutin, Kelly Goree and Kelly Purkey will be joining us with some absolutely AMAZING classes! Our guest blogger this week, Nicole Nowosad, will also be joining us in Ottawa so get ready ladies...we are going to have some fun!
"Hello blog readers! I am beyond excited to be apart of the Scrapbook & Cards Today family this week as a guest blogger! One of my favorite ways to get inspired is watching new trends and fun ideas pop up on Pinterest. Lately, I have been seeing a lot of pie charts all over the place and thought I would give it a try!
One thing I love to incorporate on my layouts, is to use a variety of different patterns and colours of paper and so I thought making a pie chart is a perfect way to do just that!
The best thing about making a pie chart is that it a great way to put those scraps of paper lying around to good use! There is no need to cut into big sheets of paper for this project – grab some of your favorite papers, mix them up and get to work!
Supplies: Patterned Paper, Chipboard, Diecut stickers, Washi tape, stamp: Bella Blvd., Cardstock: Bazzill, Buttons: My Mind’s Eye
Today, I challenge you to incorporate one or more pie charts onto a layout and share it with us here on the Scrapbook & Cards Today blog! Come back to the blog on Wednesday for a quick tutorial on how to make a pie chart without the need for a fancy die cut machine!
~ Nicole Nowosad
Join us November 9 & 10th at the beautiful Delta Bessborough! Maya Road, Bo Bunny, Xyron, Kelly Purkey and Kelly Goree will joining us with incredible and inspiring classes! More information can be found here. We have 18 spaces available so don't wait!