Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Subscribe to My New Blog

Just wanted to pop in here to let you know that you can now SUBSCRIBE to my new blog by clicking on the link below.

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Also, I posted a GIVEAWAY today. I hope you'll come and check it out!

http://www.janaeubank.com/

See you soon!

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

NEW Blog!

It's a New Year and I have decided to MOVE MY BLOG to a new location. Blogger made some changes a few months ago, and I just haven't been excited about them. (Every time I upload my pictures, they all overlap each other and I have to go in and adjust the html coding before and after each photo. Yep. Sort of getting tired of that. LOL!)




From now on you can find me at http://www.janaeubank.com/

I hope you will follow me over, or come by for a visit from time to time!
I will definitely keep this blog up for anyone who would like to still browse through it. And I will continue to update my sketch blog as I create more sketches.

Thanks for reading!
See you soon!

Jana

Monday, December 27, 2010

Guest Blogging at Echo Park Paper

***Please Scroll Down for the My Mind's Eye 12 Designer's of Christmas Blog Hop***

I am so excited to be Guest Blogging at Echo Park Paper Blog today! I love their cute collections and was excited to play with their "Everybody Loves Christmas" collection. Don't the happy colors remind you of "visions of sugar plums?" :D

Here is the scrapbook page I created.









Patterned Papers & Sticker Elements: Echo Park Paper
Cricut Cartridge: Christmas Solutions Cartridge
Chipboard Letters: Making Memories
Buttons: Basic Grey

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I also wanted to share with you a project that I did for the My Mind's Eye blog recently.










Each year we like to make an ornament for each of our kids, and if possible, we love to add a current picture to their ornament. This ornament was created using the My Mind’s Eye Colorful Christmas collection from last year. I purchased the plastic ornaments at the craft store along with the clear filler beads (snow). These are quite easy to put together!


First, I opened the ornament and traced the diameter of the circle onto patterned paper. I then cut two pieces of patterned paper and adhered them back-to-back. On one side I added a photo of my child and the year. On the other side I added a chipboard character and chipboard snowflakes.

Before gluing the ornament shut I added white bead filler for the snow on each side of the ornament.

Add ribbons and a button finish the ornament off.

Thanks for stopping by today! I wanted to share this project for those of you who may still have Colorful Christmas in your stash, but it is really easy to switch out the current collections, too!

Hope you are enjoying your holiday!
Jana

Thursday, December 23, 2010

My Mind's Eye 12 Designers of Christmas BLOG HOP

Welcome to the My Mind's Eye 12 Designers of Christmas BLOG HOP! If you are just joining us along the blog hop, be sure to begin at the My Mind's Eye Blog to make sure you don't miss a thing! :)



There are TWO ways to win:

1. Email Amber Packer with all 12 words you have collected from each of the blogs with the secret phrase.

2. We will randomly draw one of our designer’s blogs and choose a winner from their blog comments. So, the more comments you leave, the greater your chances of winning! The blog hop will be open for comments until Wednesday, December 29th, 2010. The winners will be announced on Thursday, December 30th. Good luck!
 
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The word that you need to collect from me is . . .
 
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Your next stop along the blog hop is SONIA THOMASON . . . click here to hop to Sonia's blog.
 
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I have a quick Christmas project to share with you today for the My Mind's Eye blog hop.

I found this snowflake on sale in the Christmas section at Lowe's Home Improvement store last year. I used My Mind's Eye patterned papers, red chipboard letters, and brads to add a festive greeting to the front of it. I finished the top of it off by adding faux berries, a ribbon, and a jewel and now it decorates the glass door leading into my scrap room. I love that I can take my scrappy supplies and make an adorable decoration for my home!






Shop the end of season sales for items that you can alter to add a bit of holiday sparkle to your home! Have fun!

MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Jana Eubank

Monday, December 20, 2010

New Cricut Cartridges

Their are 9 NEW Cricut Cartridge releases that were announced this month and each and every one of them are ADORABLE! I was lucky enough to get to work with the cartridge called "Nate's ABC's" and I wanted to share with you the projects I created.

NATE'S ABC'S






SCHOOL DAYS







DOUBLE SIDED DOORHANGER






11 x 14 VEGGIE CANVAS






And here are the rest of the cartridges coming out!

DISNEY CLASSICS



BEST OF PIXAR



LIFE'S A PARTY



GROOVY TIMES



PACK YOUR BAGS




APRIL SHOWERS



MOTHER'S DAY BOUQUET



SPRING HOLIDAY CARDS




My mind is already spinning with so many ideas! I can't wait until I get to play with these!

See you soon!
Jana

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

November Top 10 with My Mind's Eye

I was seriously shocked at myself when I opened up my November Picture Folder on my desktop to scrapbook my November Top 10 Page for My Mind's Eye. The only pictures I took that month were a few snapshots I captured of a gorgeous November sunset and my dad and brother on their motorcycles. WHAT?! And I call myself a scrapbooker?! Where were the Thanksgiving photos of family gathered together? Where were the pictures of the first snowfall and the kids excitedly exploring the wintry yard? Hmmmmph! I guess I will just have to do better this month. :)

So, I went to my cell phone. The only November photos in there was this one that my son snapped of me while I was cooking for Thanksgiving. "That will have to do," I said to myself. So while this shot isn't of my best side (eh hmmm. My backside. YIKES!) it was the one picture that could help me document my November Top 10 . . . Our Favorite Thanksgiving dishes. :)

NOVEMBER TEN by Jana Eubank







The papers are from the My Mind's Eye So Sophie Graceful Collection. I used a few diecuts layered together with a Hambly rubon and punched flowers to anchor my title (My Mind's Eye Green Lush Chipboard Letters). The punches are by Martha Stewart Crafts. The brad is by Making Memories. The banner shape was handcut by me from some patterned papers. To add some detail to the top of the page, I added a few wax seals that came in a Back Porch Memories kit from a year or two ago.

Thanks for stopping by!
Jana

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Christmas Busy!

Hi Friends! I haven't been around much this week . . . been busy, busy, busy crossing off items on the Holiday To Do List! . . . Doesn't that feel great?! :D

But I do have a couple small projects I thought I'd pop on real quick to share with you, a Christmas Card and Christmas Gift Tags.

I made this card using my Cricut Expression for the Trim the Tree Seasonal Cartridge debut. I also used the Christmas Cards Cartridge for the card shape and label shape. I added a ribbon to the reindeer's neck for a scarf. :) Patterned Papers and Sentiment sticker are from the Echo Park Merry Christmas collection. Pearls are by Melissa Frances.



These are the gift tags I made to go on our Neighbor Gifts this year. I used the my Cricut Expression to cut out the circles (Plantin Schoolbook Cartridge) and Gingerbread Man (Gingerbread Seasonal Cartridge). Check out that super cute Ric Rac Circle Stamp! I think this is my new favorite stamp! I can see myself using that one over and over and over. It is by Pink Persimmon. Brad buttons finish him off perfectly. :) The To/From information is written on the backside.



Thanks for stopping by!
Jana

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