Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Happy-go-Lucky: Lucky Me Layout by Jennifer

Hello Doodlebug fans! Jennifer here to share a layout I created using the Happy Go Lucky collection
I used my Silhouette to cut out a leafy background into some cardstock. Then added some glitter sprinkles, for the flowers.
The photo and " Lucky Me" block were glued together onto some cardstock, creating a 4"x 9" rectangle. The rectangular piece was then wrapped with some twine. Then some fun clover stickers were then added, along with a Pink Posie Doodle-Pop.
I added a scalloped border sticker behind my photo and some mini clothespins, for some pops of color. Border stickers and strips of paper were also placed on the cardstock along side of the photo.
Teensy Type number stickers were used to date the layout and some Rainbow Stripe washi tape and a clothes pin was used to hold some journaling in place.
The journaling was printed onto some cardstock then mounted to a Mini Stitched Card. The card was then tucked away under the "Lucky Me" block. Happy crafting everyone! :) Jennifer

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Happy-go-Lucky Collection: Colorful Gift Set

Hi everyone! It's Traci and I'm back to share a cute gift idea with you today. For this project I used the brand new Happy Go Lucky collection to create a teacher's gift set. Here are the details:
To start, I used white card stock and "Happy-Go-Lucky" pattern paper to create a small gift box. I used a cutting file by Alaa'K and tied ribbon through the holes in the corners.

I love Doodlebug's cards so I used two of them in my project. I used the limeade A6 swiss dot card and for my sticky note holder I used the limeade slim filigree card.

For the pen, I wrapped limeade swiss dot washi tape around the pen and cut and layered flowers out of pattern paper for the top. A cute limeade boutique button and bubblegum twine finished off the pen.

What's a gift without a bit of chocolate right? So I wrapped 1" pattern paper strips around chocolate nugget candies and tucked them into a bubblegum striped treat bag.

In addition to the products I mentioned, I also used the "Happy-Go-Lucky" icon and fancy frill stickers, bubblegum twine, limeade twine, and sprinkles.

Please visit my blog for a quick and easy tutorial on scoring and cutting Doodlebug's filigree card to make the sticky note folder.

Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, January 23, 2015

Happy Go Lucky Card Set by Wendy Sue

Hi Doodlebug Friends!  It's Wendy Sue here today, sharing a fun set of St. Patrick's Day cards I made with the oh-so-green-and-lovely "Happy Go Lucky" Collection!
In addition to the super cute "Happy Go Lucky" papers and stickers, I dove into my stash to find lots of additional green (and rainbow) colored items to add to my cards.
On this card, you'll notice the green mini clothes pins, green sprinkles, and yellow doodle twine.  They coordinate perfectly with the greens and yellows on this card!  Oh, and the focal piece is one of the journaling cards - I simply trimmed around the bracket shape and added it with pop dots! 

I couldn't resist using these sweet multi-colored four leaf clovers on a card.  The rainbow washi tape and multi-colored chevron sprinkles were the perfect addition!
And did you spot to green paper doilie and doodle twine too?!? 

Card # 3 features the pot of gold, gold coins, a horseshoe, and a cute striped four leaf clover for extra luck!
Don't forget to use the color coordinated mini paper clips on your cards!  I used more sprinkles on this one...and the rainbow washi - isn't it perfect?!? 

And I saved my favorite for last!
These two little leprachauns are just the cutest things ever! Of course, they should be perched upon a "kiss me" banner and surrounded by rainbows and colorful dots! 
The "kiss me" banner is actually a word strip cut from a 4x6 card and notched on the end.  I added colorful doodle twine to the left side and tied pink twine around the top portion. There's the other half of that cute green doilie - and more green sprinkles!

I sure feel lucky to be able to share these cards with you - I hope you're having a lucky day too!

Thursday, January 22, 2015

So Lucky to Have Each Other Layout

Hi Everyone!  It's Kathy today with a layout featuring Doodlebug's new Happy Go Lucky Collection.  I was so excited to see a St. Patrick's Day collection, you wouldn't know it from my married name (Skou), but I come from a long line of Kelley's, Barrett's, Doyle's, McDonough's.... so this is right up my alley!  Take a peek at my layout...

I love this silly group selfie of my family...I actually used this for my Christmas card picture this year.  It was perfect for my theme...So Lucky to Have Eachother.

I LOVE the new Lucky Doodlepop...I can't resist anything glittery!  And don't get me started on the Rainbow Stripe Washi!  I added a little shaker to the layout to bring more of the rainbow colors into my project.

The little smiling shamrocks from the Icon Stickers sheet were irresistible as well!  Well that's it for me today...make sure to come back for more Design Team inspiration! Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Happy-Go-Lucky Collection: Home Decor Projects

Hello Doodlebug fans!!!

Piali here sharing St. Patrick's Day home decor project today.
I used Happy Go Lucky collection , its absolutely fun and cute!!!
 I made various sized rosette using 12 x12 paper and embellished the paper rosette with cute stickers from the collection.

 Fancy Frills are perfect little quick decoration for dollar store tea light holders.

4x6 journalling card frame makes fun decor!!!

Thanks for stopping by...
Happy Crafting!!!

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Happy-Go-Lucky Layout by Mendi

Hello there!  It's Mendi here today with a layout using the aptly named Happy-Go-Lucky collection!  The stickers and characters in this line just make me smile!
For this layout, I turned to a fun sketch by Creative Scrappers as my jumping off point.  I had a blast embellishing each circle on the sketch like a mini canvas.  For those of you who are intimidated by scrapbooking, this is the perfect way to get past your fears and break things down into bite sized pieces.
For this little circle, I layered the pot of gold sticker with some mini bumblebee jewels.  I love adding small touches like this to my stickers to make them special.
To ground the bottom half of my page, I added a series of scalloped borders.  Some of the prints were getting lost and blending into one another so I decided to punch a second border from the lighter green patterned paper to act as a little divider between some of the busier prints.
St. Patrick's day papers are hard to come by and this is such a fun collection with so many great prints!  I can't wait to make something else with all the fun rainbow motifs for a completely different look!

Monday, January 19, 2015

Happy-Go-Lucky Collection: Party Favors by Silvia

Hello, hello!!
I'm here today to show you an arrangement of party favors.
The colors of  Happy-go-lucky Collection are amazing and all the elements 
are so friendly that you can use them so easy. Let me show you
Many favors dacorated of St Patric'k theme
 Chewing gum

 Anti bacterial gel and chocolates

Little notebooks.

I really enjoy to make this project, do you like it?
I would love to read your comments!! 

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