Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Bazzill/SRM Spotlight - Day #3 - Deana Boston


Welcome to day #3 of the Bazzill/SRM Spotlight on both of our blogs.  Today SRM Design Team member Deana Boston is featured.  Deana can do it all!  Layouts, cards, altered projects...you name it, she does it.  And she does it with a fabulous flair. 


Let's hear a bit about Deana in her own words:

"I'm Deana Boston.  I've been scrapbooking & taking photos for as long as I can remember, but it became a passion after I attended a Creative Memories party shortly after my husband proposed to me 14 years ago.  Thankfully my scrapbooking style has changed since then, but I do still have a love for multi-photo pages with lots of journaling.  I've also found a love for making my own cards since then.  In addition to my love for paper crafting, I'm also a wife, a mom to a tween, and a Zumba instructor.  I'm not sure what I love more... SRM Stickers or Zumba?!!  I think it's a tie! 

I had so much fun creating with Bazzill's "Lucy's Crab Shack" collection!  While the collection is certainly a beach theme, it can definitely be used for other themes as you can see with my cards.  I love that Bazzill's patterned paper is a heavier weight.  I also love the texture of Bazzill's cardstock.  I'll be using more of this collection after our summer vacation plans! Can't wait!"



Deana's first layout using Lucy's Crab Shack and SRM Stickers is all about LOVE!  Deana loves working with Bazzill's patterned papers and card stock as she finds it to be of the highest quality.  On her layout Deana used SRM's Black Labels by the Dozen, the heart and mini sentiment borders from Stickers by the Dozen.  SRM Stickers go with any color or pattern of paper. 


See another layout from Deana on the Bazzill Blog.  Here's a sneak peek:


Lucy's Crab Shack sheet with stars is perfect for Graduation projects. Deana teamed the Bazzill paper with SRM's Graduation Stickers by the Dozen, Black Labels and one of SRM's new Glassine Bags which makes a perfect gift holder on the front of her card.  A crisp bill of any denomination fits nicely tucked into the bag.  Her card if topped off with a bow to match the school colors. 


These 2 papers from Lucy's Crab Shack give a completely different look and feel when teamed with the whimsical Birthday Birdie from SRM's new Stickers by the Dozen.  What a totally fun birthday card!


Wrapping up Deana's projects is a card that would be perfect for anytime of year!  Deana used her Bazzill papers and card stock which she embossed and then added a SRM Label by the Dozen and some mini sentiment stickers from Stickers by the Dozen.  Deana loves her stash of SRM and likes to mix and match.  Love how she topped off this card with a dimensional heart.   


Thanks Deana for all your beautiful Bazzill/SRM projects.  Love them all!  Leave a comment here on today's blog for a chance to WIN a stash of SRM Stickers.  And be sure to hop on over to the Bazzill Blog to see more of Deana's projects and connect to Bazzill's Facebook for a chance to WIN some Bazzill goodies.  Leave this comment of the Bazzill Facebook: "We love SRM and Bazzill."

See you tomorrow with a very special Guest Designer, Margie Romney-Aslett, in our week long celebration of all things Bazzill & SRM.  You won't want to miss it!

32 comments:

Laura Turcotte said...

WoW!!! great projects!

Mary-Anne V said...

Wonderful projects....love the layout and the great pin wheel.

Celeste B. said...

Cute projects. Love the clean lines of the layout.

{VICKI} said...

Happy Hum Day!
thanks for sharing with us on the blog!!!!!!!!!

PamSpradlin said...

I am stealing Deana's idea of the glassine bag for the graduation card...what a neat idea.

Shelly said...

WOW! All are so AWESOME!! :)

Ravengirl said...

Nice! Fabulous cards and layout!

Janis said...

Fun idea with the glassine bag on the front of the grad card with the $$$ in it! Any grad is always glad to see that!!!

Kelly Sas said...

I just want to RUN to my craft room and create you have inspired me so much with your creations!!!

Ange said...

Great layouts and cute cards!

Marcia said...

I had to peak at your layout and like the colorful combinations.

karen oshanick said...

the graduation money holder card is genius! will be using the idea for my nephew's birthday card...thank you :)

Miriam Prantner said...

wonderful projects, I really love Deana's crips, CAS style!

Julie A. Shearer said...

Great projects. !! I really love the glassine bags . There must be thousands of uses for them !! TFS .

Patti J said...

Deana's projects are always so inspirational - love the idea of the glassine bag as a money holder! Beautiful projects - thanks for sharing!

wendipooh13 said...

great projects lovely cards and such a fun page with the pinwheel!!!

Angel S. said...

Love it! Very summerish!

Susan said...

John is making 3 graduation cards CASE-ing your card Deana. Perfect! Just change the school colors and you are good to go!

Rhonda Miller said...

These are some terrific projects.

Carla said...

What a bunch of
cute projects.
Love them all.
Great use of the
colors.
Carla from Utah

Katie Ann Brooks said...

How sweet is that pic of you two! Love the pinwheel on that page and of course the cards are fab too!

Carol said...

Wow, fabulous projects! I love your clean and simple style.

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Sue D said...

Great projects--love the graduation card.

Robin B. said...

Awesome projects, thanks for sharing!

Angi Barrs said...

Love these creative projects. The graduation money holder is fabulous!

Beth said...

All the projects are very nice, but I really like the graduation card with the glassine bag - such a great idea!

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Wonderful projects! My favorite is the graduation card, TFS

said...

lovely projects, my favorite is birdy card

Cathy A said...

Such cool designs!

Katie said...

Wonderful cards!! I love the graduation card, great idea!! Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

Cindy Groh said...

Love that graduation card idea. It's perfect for grads.

Bev said...

fabulous mix of projects.. love SRM for layouts