My new MOD and Design Team adventures

Hello!  Sorry I have been out of touch lately... Life has been so busy, especially this Summer.  I am planning to be more consistent in share with you going forward. 

I'm excited to share two opportunities I have been blessed to be a part of recently.  First, I have been a part of the DT/MOD group at PLCS Project Life Card Swap.  This is mainly a Facebook Group we have a lot of fun in this group. The premise is to make and swap handmade PL ( pocket ) style cards.   If you would like to join the fun, follow this link and I can add you to the group.

These are some of my favorite Swap cards I have created over the past few months.

Coffee Break Swap

Summer Fun 4x4 w/ bonus 2x2

Into the Garden Swap

Sketch challenge swap

playing with Gelatos

Christmas in July challenge

Summer Sketch challenge

Monochromatic swap

4x4 Birthday Swap

Girlfriends challenge

Fashion swap

Wine Quote Swap
As you can see we do tons of different themes every month. 

The second Design Team opportunity I have been blessed to be a part of is with Unscripted Sketches. 
Every Saturday morning we post a sketch for the week. Flip the sketch, rotate it… create a project life card, a scrapbook page, a card or anything your imagination comes up with! There is no right or wrong way, as long as you are using the Unscripted Sketch as the inspiration and basis of your creation!

 This was our first Design Team Sketch and my interpretation of the sketch
 If you would like to play along with us at Unscripted sketches you can follow us on the Facebook page or on the Unscripted Blog

Thanks for stopping by today. 
Happy Scrappin'


  1. Carrie, I'd love to see your photography set up for your cards. Are you using scrapbook paper for the backdrops? The cards are all beautifully focused and the backgrounds draw the eye to the card and enhance the colors. Very well done!

    1. Thank you Janeen. Yes, I use complimenting scrapbook paper or muslin as a back drop. I generally just create a set up on my desk under my Ott light.