Friday, December 4, 2009
The Layout is created with the fabulous Bo Bunny Flutter Butter line which I absolutely adore. I also used Ali Edwards stamps from Technique Tuesdays.
Of important note: The layout is based on a sketch by the wonderful Rita Shimniok. She has a fantastic blog worth checking out here: http://colorfullycreating.blogspot.com/
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
The chipboard star makes the perfect home for the title... and don't you love the Jenni Bowlin calendars? They are perfect embellishments!
The next time you decide to make a layout... think outside the box. Possibly Kitchen Spice would make a perfect Back to School layout for you!
Sunday, November 29, 2009
My favorite project was an altered cake stand and decorated candle. The patterned paper was the perfect compliment to what I had in mind.
For the base of the cake stand I used a scalloped punch which I turned into a flower. After adding a glittered snowflake and a Pink Paislee brad, this became a beautiful embellishment.
Here is my first card - complete with stickles and glitter. Here is the inside of the card:
On my 2nd card I created my house starting with chipboard and decorated it from there: Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed my tour of the Pink Paislee Mistletoe & Co as much and I enjoyed creating with it!
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Here is a close-up of the buttons. The extra bling really adds to the layout!Here are the little chicks! And check out the bling in the patterned paper! Fabulous!
Monday, October 26, 2009
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
St Patricks Day Card:
Thank you card:
Monday, September 14, 2009
This card sketch is again a challenge on the Bo Bunny Blog. I chose to use the Sweetie Pie line on this card. I love the combination of pink, green and red.
For the inside of the card I also outlined the star shape. The sentiment is a very old stamp by DOTS... which is now Close to My Heart. The heart is cut from the patterned paper.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
My patterned papers are a mix from the Calypso & Sweetie Pie line at Bo Bunny. Of course, no layout is complete without using the fabulous Double Dot papers (my favorite).
Here is the layout... notice the big red swoosh which mimicks the shape of the hammock.
Here in the closeup you can see that I covered the yellow double dot scalloped circle with a mesh similar to hammock netting as a special touch.
Here's a closeup of the title:
Thanks for taking a look at my layout!
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Inking the edges of the chipboard flourish and frame with white pen gave them the definition they needed to “pop”… and then a sprinkling of Bo Bunny gems and buttons completed the page.