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I started with the paper that comes in our monthly “Bark Box” dog kit. It was screaming to be features in a layout! Start looking for things you can “cut and paste” to add to you layouts or project life! What a better idea than using actual paper from your everyday life! Mailings, packaging, advertising-it’s […]

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Greetings crafty friends, it’s Rhonda here today to share a project with you that I created featuring the all new Neapolitan collection.  When I looked at the fun design elements, one of my favorites are the Strawberry Arrows and I knew I wanted to use those! Strawberry Arrow Tags I thought it would be fun […]

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  • {vicki} - Great layout!
    Cute photo!
    I LOVE arrows—they are one of my favorites to use on layouts!
    Tiday is my birthday—this would be a great ‘gift’—-Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyCancel

  • Cathy Harper - Love this Rhonda. How did you do the circles? And hey, it is my birthday too, strange coincidence..guess they need two winners today!ReplyCancel

  • Jodi - sooooo adorable!!! love the layered arrows!!ReplyCancel

  • Rhonda Van Ginkel - Cathy – great question! I used the InStitch’s Circle 8×8 pierce template by Bazzill.

    Another way you could do it is lightly trace your circle with pencil, then evenly pierce around at even intervals. Just remember to lightly erase your pencil when done.ReplyCancel

Color Challenge:  Light As a Feather Source:   PompAndPlumage Besides wanting to pin the inspiration photo to my vow renewal board so that I can recreate this boutonniere for my husband, I just loved the idea of grouping the feathers together.  Using the Nature Walk collection, I was able to create these two simply elegant cards […]

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My name is Malika Kelly.  I have been scrapbooking for about the last 12 years, though I’ve always had my hands in some type of craftiness, even as a child.  Currently, I am on the Bella Blvd 2012-2013 design team and I also design for our local scrapbook store, The Scrapbooking Studio as well as an […]

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  • Kathy W - I love your crafting space. And those cute little ceramic berry baskets are adorable. Thanks for sharing with us.ReplyCancel

  • chark - cute layout! love the mix of papers you chose!ReplyCancel

  • Lee-Anne Thornton - I love your layout and your studio looks great.ReplyCancel

  • Vicki Parker - What a fabulous crafty space. Lovely layout with all the stitching too. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Christine Meyer - You know I think your room rocks Malika! Excited to see your Pretty Little Studio creations!ReplyCancel

  • Dana - Your layout is really cute I love your fun layers.ReplyCancel

  • Shay - congrats Mal! LOVE PLS and great team for your designs, cannot wait to see more of what you create! xoxoReplyCancel

  • Stacy Niepagen - Your space is as cute as you! Miss you my friend:)ReplyCancel

  • Holly Borgers - Your layout turned out great! Your studio is absolutely amazing! Thank you for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Jeanette Young - Love the layout! Family group shots are a fave! 🙂 your room is so organized!! 😉ReplyCancel

  • {vicki} - Great layout
    Wonderful space
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    all your ceramic bowls, containers!!!!!!!!!!!

    LOVE those arrows too—THANKS for the chance to win them!!ReplyCancel

  • Julie {CalleLillyCafe} - Super cute layout & I love layers too! Love those berry baskets! I have to build up my collection! I only have a few! Love your space! Yes love the arrows too!ReplyCancel

  • DEBBIE - Love the bowls and containers..I need to get me some of them. Thanks for sharing your great spaceReplyCancel

  • Giveaway Winners » Pretty Little Studio - […] Malika Kelly Giving away Arrow Journaling Tags […]ReplyCancel