Thursday, July 28, 2011

Easter Egg Hunt

Here's a little Easter page I FINALLY got round to scrapping...(lol)....

I love the movement of Little One in the photo on the right. Thought he needed a bit of whimsy and dimension, so I added a fluttering butterfly...

I'm into paint at the moment...painting everything!
Paint and chipboard and Dimensional Magic - yay, love it!

This page uses:
* Ocean Blue Colour-cord cardstock
* MiJeMoo Designs Easter Little Eggs paper
* MiJeMoo Designs Easter Skinny Words Green paper
* Ocean Blue Blossoms and brads
* 2Crafty Swirly Corner

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Wednesday.....What Would I Do Without.....

It's Wednesday...

...and what would I do without my Messy Mat??!

Somehow I STILL managed to get paint on myself and on the wall!

Monday, July 18, 2011

Tim Holtz!!!

Tim Holtz is coming! Tim Holtz is coming!!!

Well, not in person (wouldn't THAT be exciting) but a big box of gorgeous new Tim Holtz products is on it's way to Aunty Vera's. Definitely a case of one for or the for

Here's a sneak peek at what's coming...



And HEAPS more! I feel like Dorothy......lions and tigers and bears...OH MY!!!!!

Thursday, July 14, 2011

I'm not a card maker, but....

I'm not usually much of a card-maker but give me deep purple and shiny silver and I'm going to give it a good try. Helped along by the fact that nearly everybody I know seems to have their birthday in July!

Here's one of a whole heap of birthday cards I just made. All sort of the same but all a little bit different. This is the Aunty Vera Lazy Version - the little birdie didn't quite fit in the silver frame but hey - who's going to notice. I won't tell anyone if you don't (lol).
I used gorgeous Alison Ellis Design 'a Formal Affair' papers for the background - Black Tie Hearts and Lounge Suit Script.
The silver frame is a Delish frame from my own private stash and inside it is a little birdie card topper from Hunkydory (Birdsong).

The butterfly is also from Hunkydory - Springtime Elegance: Flights of Fancy. These are just so much fun to use. Pop out the pre-cut silver foiled butterfly and stick it down with your favourite adhesive. Then pop out the matching acetate butterfly shape and adhere that over the top for a winged effect. I folded the wings up just outside of the central 'body' part of the butterfly shape so even after going through the post this butterfly will still have it's pretty wings a-flight.
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