Thursday, May 30, 2013

Join the Pajama Party Tonight!!! CTMH & Big Picture Classes!

It's not too late to join in!  Get in on the fun tonight, May 30th!  Click {HERE} for the details!

Read more about it {HERE} on my previous post!!!

EDITED~Added comment 7:30pm...
     That was a lot of fun! Thank you Stacy Julian and Big Picture Classes for a fun evening!
Here are the creative prompts Stacy shared with can cut and paste this into a doc!

Use crayons today write a note or color in a coloring book.
Make 5 cards from your scraps only.
Journal on this topic: What do I LOVE, today. . . right now?
Journal on this topic: If there were a book about my life, the title would be. . . (Use Scholastic to create a layout on this topic.)

Go to and recreate the first thing you see using what you have on hand.
Load paper in your Cricut and set the paper size to 4”. Close your eyes and hit any key. Then push cut. Make a card from whatever image come out!
Get a card from your stash and think of someone who could use the happy mail. Put a stamp on it and take it to the mailbox TODAY!
Journal on this topic: Do you know the reason you were given your name? If so, write about that and put it on a layout with a self-portrait.
Take a self-portrait right now by using the bathroom mirror and your camera. Document the moment good, bad or ugly. It is life.
Take a photo of your favorite snack.
Make a piece of jewelry using CTMH product. (ribbon, buttons, mini-medleys, etc.)
Journal on this topic: “I love to create because . . .”
Grab a pen or marker and DOODLE!
Perfect your signature write it 10 different ways.
Take a picture of or photocopy your calendar for today or this week. Create a layout about your daily to-dos.
Watch a video on for a project idea!
TODAY YOU. . . (use a photo of a family member and list something about TODAY, even if the picture is older. Note date of journaling.)
Today I want to remember. . . (snap a photo to document this journaling.)
My favorite moment of each morning is. . .
My favorite time of day is. . . (take a photo of the clock and the activity.)
Make a scrapbook page using a Cricut image background.
Make a card using ric rac ribbon and paper flowers.
Create a layout using a magazine ad or cover for inspiration.
Use a color scheme for a card or page taken from a Pinterest board about clothing.
Make a scrapbook page using the negative space of a title cut with the Cricut.
Create your own striped background paper using strips of cardstock or B&Ts mixed together.
Create a border on a layout with embellishments instead of paper. Cut a title from patterned paper.
Mat your photos on a page with a Polaroid-style mat. (Add an extra 1 1 1⁄4” vertically.)
Go to Cricut Craft Room and create a welded title.
Use a found object on a 3-D item or card.
Use Glitz Glitter Gel to highlight portions of a photo.
Create a layout with a photo from each day of one week.
Use the photo pocket pages to create a layout Add photos into some spaces and a decorative title/journaling into other spaces.
Make a layout using only scraps of paper that are less than 5” x 5” Use small scraps to make a home décor item.
Take a photo of what you see outside your window and write about it.

Use a Spray Pen and the negative space on a My Stickease or Dimensional Elements to create a unique background page.
Take a photo of your favorite pair of shoes.
Grab a product you’ve had for at least 3 years and work it into a current page.
Grab a needle and thread and stitch on something. It is actually very relaxing!
Cut a 3” circle from cardstock and layer with random embellishments to create an eclectic cluster to add to a page or the center of a card.
Use the Chalkboard Marker on a project.
Conduct an interview with someone important to you. Use a photo of them and their answers on a page.
Print the lyrics to your favorite song as journaling on your page.
Make a list of 10 words that describe you. Stamp them onto word strips and use as your journaling.
Write from the point of view of a child or pet in a photo.
Create a mini album using flip flaps.
Take a photo of your food and add it to a page.
Find a new free font to use as a title and page inspiration.
With your eyes closed, flip through the current Idea Book. When you stop on a page, use either the color scheme, kit or pattern to make your own project.
Create a page of WHY you are a CTMH Consultant! (or want to be one!) 

Thank you Close To My Heart and Big Picture Classes for this fun event!

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