Design Team May Projects – Ezlie Perez

Hello there!  It’s another month and I have some fun projects to share with you along with a fun technique using a Versamarker and chalks.

The first project I made is a neutral baby card.  On this card I used my Versamarker as an adhesive for my chalk.  Not only does this help the chalk go where you want it to go, but it also intensifies the colors.  I love that.  I hope you enjoy the video tutorial and try out this fun and easy technique.

My second project is a great one because it can be made in minutes!  These are fun clothespins that are also magnets.  I don’t know about you, but I always have artwork and papers from my kids school that I want to put on the fridge, but my magnets are not always strong enough.  But with these clips, it makes it easy to hang different work from the fridge as well as adds a nice decorative element.  An added bonus with this project is you can use up some of your smaller scraps or that one flower you may have left from a package.

I hope you enjoy this quick video tutorial for this fun project.

My final project is a bonus project, so there is no video tutorial for it.  It is a scrapbook layout that I got to use stamps, washi tape, twine, and sewing.  I was even able to use some of my die embosslits from Stampin’ Up!  that I’ve had just waiting to be used.  I hope you like this layout.  It is a different way to get 3 photos on a layout.  Having the middle photo smaller, popped up on dimensional adhesive, and having a wider photo mat really makes it stand out.

I hope you’ve been inspired by these projects.  Feel free to check out my blog for more inspiration by me.  Thank you for your support and happy crafting!

4 replies on “Design Team May Projects – Ezlie Perez”

  1. Versamarker and chalk…I wouldn’t have thought of that! I’ll have to give it a try. I love to use chalk but it can be a challenge controlling it’s application. The magnets are adorable. I like the layout as well. Adding the photo in the center works!

  2. I enjoyed your projects and thanks for the tip of using versamarker with chalk.

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