WRMK cottontails projects + a giveaway!

We R Memory Keepers releases/features one new paper collection each month.  They also feature one tool each month.  This month it’s the Cotton Tail collection (for spring/Easter) and the Mini Tool Kit and Magnetic Mat.

 Here’s what I made with those combined products:

Easter layout

 To dress up the polka dot background for my photos, I added pink and purple brads to the glittered dots.  The brad setter tool made this really easy.  Just pierce holes with the sharp end, and then…

 …use the setting tool to bend back the ends of the brad.  Before I had this tool I would use my 1/8 inch hole punch, but that hole was just a bit too big and the brads wouldn’t stay securely.  I would have used my paper piercer, but the holes would have been too small to for the brads ends to fit.  This tool creates just the right size hole to fit the brad ends and hold the brads securely, and then has the setter to boot!

Easter card

(That washi tape ships in May.  Woo hoo!)

For this card I used the small precision scissors to trim the artisan label and to cut the banner shape in the light pink paper strip.  I have a few pairs of small precision scissors and honestly this pair is my go-to favorite pair.  They’re comfortable, non-stick, and they’re chisel tip so they don’t rip when you cut all the way to the end of the blades.  Love that!


So…since Easter is coming up I decided to do a little giveaway for you, my wonderful readers.  This Cotton Tail kit includes four double-sided patterned papers, four sheets of textured cardstock (2 lavender, 2 white), four 6×6 single-sided patterned papers, four sheets from the 4×6 albums made easy pad, three die-cut tags, a package of chipboard tags, and a set of matching botanical clear stamps.

If you’d like to be considered for this giveaway, please leave a comment on this post telling me about any Easter crafting plans you have.  Comments will remain open until Thursday at midnight (MDT) and I’ll announce a winner on Friday morning.  Please remember to check back to see if you won.  Good luck!

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19 thoughts on “WRMK cottontails projects + a giveaway!

  1. WOW…didn't know that WRMK had Easter papers this year! Beautiful! THanks for showing us some of the tools in that kit. Love your projects πŸ™‚ I'm thinking about creating my own Easter eggs or basket out of paper…maybe WRMK papers?! LOL!!

  2. Love the new collection and the new tool kit. I am going to make an Easter bunny specimen art to add to my Easter decorations this year. Thanks for the chance!

  3. So pretty! I really like the brad look within the dots. I don't think I have any particular Easter crafting that will be done besides my normal scrapbooking and dyeing easter eggs. Thanks for the chance!

  4. Great projects! I am well underway on my Easter crafts ( they can be seen on my pinterest page) I made buckets of eggs, berry boxes covered in cute papers to hold mt dyed eggs, an Easter tree with glittered eggs… And the finalle will be my Easter layouts whe the season passes and I have some great egg hunt photos. Keep the great ideas coming!

  5. Very cute projects. I am planning on making some Easter goodies this weekend. A basket for my daughter and a few treat bags to put in the basket with a few other goodies. Thanks so much for the chance. I became a follower to come back and see some more great creations by you.

  6. i love love LOVE your layout and thanks for the great giveaway!!!!!

    i'm actually working on an easter egg scavenger hunt for my nephews-they are getting a little older and are into finding clues and following maps-i hope they have fun πŸ™‚


  7. I really like the layouts with this collection. My main crafting project is a series of 6 x 6 albums documenting this Easter as a book of memories for my oldest granddaughter. I have a set of 6 and this year will make 7. I have to add I admire your step outs.

  8. love this little easter paper kit, thank you for offering it as a prize. I do have some Easter plans for crafting, mainly taking a little tree branch and covering it with paper flowers, colored eggs and butterflies for a table centerpiece. That mini tool kit sure looks handy.

  9. Love your Easter Egg Hunt layout — what great papers and embellishments! My Easter plans for crafting include catching up on my scrapbooks and maybe creating some spring decorations for my mantel.

    Christine Parker

  10. I love your Easter layout – very cute egg hunt page! My Easter crafting is putting together a couple of baskets with fun little gifts for close friends and scrapbooking!

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