Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Two-fer Tuesday with Angi!

Hello Lucky Girls! Today is Angi's debut as a Lucky Girl and she's not one, but TWO fantastic projects for you! Come meet the talented new Lucky Girl Designer, and check out her amazing work!

My name is Angi and I live in Terrific Texas. My life is full of blessings because I have 2 terrific kiddos, a wonderful family, and an amazing craft hobby that I love. My designs are fun and whimsical. Don't be surprised to see that my layouts and cards include things that make me happy such as rainbows, cheesecake, Starbucks coffee, my fave color yellow, adorable puppies, and other fun elements. I'm also a patterned paper and chipboard fanatic. I can't get enough of them and buy way too much. I'm sooo excited to be a Lucky Girl and work with Jessica's adorable kits.

Now, check out the first projects Angi created with her August kit:


For my first Lucky Girl Crafts project I wanted to keep a clean and simple look to my page. I used my Stampin Up 1-3/4" circle punch and added circles to the page using the Bo Bunny Petal Pushers paper included in the August Kit.

I added some fun letters from my stash. I'm showing off my new glasses in the photos. Also, my daughters still laugh at me because I love to use the word "Rad". They tell me it's so out of style, but I still say it anyway. (smile).

I also added a single bloom from the American Crafts Dear Lizzy Spring Lovely Ribbons. In the center of the bloom I added the letter "A" for "Angi". The letter is from the kit as well in the set of SEI Kitty's Place Puff Alphabets.

On the top right side of my page I added some paper rolls that I made using the reverse side of the Bo Bunny Petal Pushers paper in the kit. You can use the August kit to add so many fun elements to your page.


For my second project, I started off with a plain kraft CD/DVD holder and topped it with Echo Park Little Girl Teal Paper. I then added the Making Memories Glitter Bling Pink Flower Frame. Instead of putting a picture inside the frame, I cut one of the blooms off of the American Crafts Dear Lizzy Spring Lovely Ribbons. I adhered the bloom in the center of the frame with Glue Dots.

Here's a close-up shot of how pretty the kit elements are. These are so fun to make and you can give them as gifts or use as bridal shower gifts, party favors, or teacher gifts. Fun, fun project and so fun do make with the August kit.

Find more of Angi's great designs on her blog at http://cokiepopaper.blogspot.com/


  1. Kudos Angi!!! Gorgeous work, i love the title of you or layout and the colors are super fun just like the pictures.

  2. LOVE LOVE LOVE Angi!! She is super fabulous and super talented:) LOVE that LO!! LOVE those letters! And the photos:)



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