Here she is holding the layout I submitted that was shown on HSN during one of her tv segments:
She has such a bubbly personality and is very talented. I really enjoyed reading her columns in the Cricut Magazine. I am excited to see what new ventures she has that will impact the scrapbooking world!
I love to scrapbook my travels from around the world. I just returned from Paris and a cute boy sent me a package of Paris themed scrapbooking supplies in the mail! Swoon. (He also happens to speak French fluently). :) So of course I had to make a thank you card to send to him in the mail. I thought I would try my luck at Jinger's Design Team contest with this card submission. I think it would be amazing to work with her and to design with her products! What a dream!
The package of supplies that was waiting for me after my trip. I'm such a lucky girl!:
The background paper is from Teresa Collins:
The Eiffel Tower was cut from the Summer in Paris Cartridge:
I used the Storybook Cartridge for the mat:
Cute stamp from Hero Arts:
I ran my white cardstock through my special edition pink Cuttlebug that I learned Jinger designed. No wonder I liked it so much!
And no blog post about Paris would be complete without a picture of the Eiffel Tower. <3