Krista Goode, Owner
As the owner of ScrapVille, I have been fortunate enough to explore my own creations in scrapbooking, card making, and various projects. I have found even more products, tools, papers, etc to love and play with. I'm so excited to share with you my creations and hope that you enjoy them!
Little Yellow Bicycle - Splash Canvas Book
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I designed this Little Yellow Bicycle canvas book with LYB's newest line, "Splash." Using lots of coordinating embellishments from the line, including the tear out tickets, mini flag kit, and clear cuts, this was a great mini book to make for my upcoming vacations.
I used Distress Stains and seam binding for the ribbons on the front and various mediums including glitter and sparkle fibers on the inside to create a fun, bright, intriguing book to show off.
Basic Grey - Plumeria
In April 2011, I took my first flight to see if I wanted to be a private pilot. I flew to Mt. Vernon over the Tulip Festival on a beautiful, sunny day. I was hooked. I enrolled in school the following week. May 5, 2012, I received my pilot certificate! It was one of the hardest and biggest accomplishments of my life. Words can't describe the dedication and excitement I had for this day. And if there was a day in my life to pick to share, it would be the day that I took my parents flying with me for the first time! May 6th, I scheduled a morning breakfast flight to Port Townsend to Spruce Goose Cafe. I had been there many times and couldn't wait to share the experience with my parents. My boyfriend, John, and I both rented two seater planes and flew to the island. I flew my mom first - "I can't believe my daughter is a pilot! Flying me to breakfast!" she exclaimed in the air. I knew that all my training over the year was worth this exact moment. After a perfect landing (yes, it was really that good!), we enjoyed breakfast in the sunshine.
I flew my dad back and enjoyed a calm flight back to Paine Field. After an easy landing, we all regrouped and reminisced about the event that just occurred and what it took to have this morning adventure.
This layout was originally going to be for a children's class but after the X-Acto Knifes, lots of various glue, and Crop-A-Dile use, I didn't think the tools were kid friendly. I'll have to go back to the drawing board for my kids' class project. But in the meantime, I just finished a decoration for my new apartment hobby room! It's just too pretty to go in the scrapbook - it has to go on the wall!
Using the Sew Ribbon Product!
No matter what, using a craft knife and cutting out paper by hand is wonderful!