this saying is from the super girl saying from LAD, i just left off the "hey supergirl" part - the plane is from Things that go - also from LAD. So fun - I tried to get outside my comfort zone with my layout - I think I like it..I'm tryingto like it....I love the plane and banner and buttons and colors, just not sure on the rest of the "stuff'! Have a fabulous day!
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
I made this for a baby shower invitation for a friend whose theme for her baby boy's room is going to be surfing. The inside said something to the effect of "come hang ten with us and celebrate the arrival of her little surfer. I used the surf board and Aloha from LAD Garden Isle Set and the baby is from SU outline alphabet. One of my all time favorite alphabets! Very simple and clean lines! She loved it!
Monday, May 18, 2009
This chair was fun to make - I love paper peicing it, the it looks is so much better than when I tried coloring it in. :) I also have rekindled my love for buttons! it seems lately everything has buttons on it. Usually I don't tie anything thru them, but this card needed the littel extra touch and it made a huge difference. I love it when something so small, makes the difference! Have a great week!
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Monday, May 11, 2009
Friday, May 8, 2009
I'm wishing it was warm enough for these today!Did you notice the one on the far right has a bite taken out of it? i used my scallop edge scissors from way back in the day for that. This card uses the EveryDay Saying and Sweets and Treats from LAD
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
In hoping that my girls would be more gratful for the things and blessings they have, I made a family gratitude book. It was initially purple, I covered it with some green paper from the LAD floral paper pack, added a strip of tangerine and sponged ink onto my chipboard letters. the little flower vase on the table is from LAD new release - In the Parlor - love it! So cute! Add a couple ribbons (because everything NEEEDS ribbon) and there you have it! It is now cute enough for me to leave out - not hidden away so no one can see the ugly purple cover!
Friday, May 1, 2009
Did you deliver May Day treats when you were a child? it doesn't seem to be a thing that is done anymore - at least not where i live. I made some fun baskets for May Day and still need to deliver them. I remember using flowers (dandelions) and candy. we also used little red plastic cups and woudl give them to everyone on our street. This cone uses some polka dot paper from LAD's digital paper and the sunflower single and the sentiment is from Everyday Sayings.