I’m so very very excited to reach the huge milestone of 100,000 visits. What fun it is to create projects and share them with so many people. I’ve learned a lot along the way and I can truly say that the best is yet to come.
Help me celebrate by entering our giveaway. I’ve been super inspired by the beautiful papers and ephemera from Pink Paislee so I thought I’d share some with a lucky winner.
↓Here is the prize↓
The prize includes 12 sheets double sided Pink Paislee paper and the 66 piece ephemera set from the London Market line.
The card in the previous post was created with these beautiful papers and die cuts. I’ve got lot’s more projects to post for inspiration.
So here is how you get your name entered to win this great prize….
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4. Let’s make this a fair game so no entries for your pets, invisible friends or long passed relatives. Only 1 entry will be allowed per IP address.
5. Will begin as soon as this post appears. You can enter your name until March 28th at midnight.
6. We will announce the winner of the giveaway March 29th.
Good Luck to everyone who enters!!!!!
Sorry the cake plate in the picture is for display only and is not included in the prize.
You guessed it….I’m still workin away with the new paper goodies from Glitz. This time it’s a lovely card I’m calling “transitional.” It’s a little bit vintage and a little bit retro and a whole lotta French fabulousness.
Look at all those lovely layers : ) I inked these layers well with Maya Road black ink for added detail. The image of the Eiffel Tower is a French Kiss Whatnot. Love it : ) I did decide to trim it from it’s background. This gave me lot’s of room for extra paper patterns.
I used a punch with a simple pattern to give a “lace” look edge. There is a nice selection of vintage buttons with twine.
I printed a pretty little frame image from Graphics Fairy over the book page text. I just love how the flourishes dress up this card.
I think this is a fun mix of patterns for an eclectic look that’s a bit modern…but I still got to use my vintage trims.
Keep posted for more projects in the shop with this great Glitz paper line.
I’m so sad to say that I did not make the finals for the Graphic 45 Design team. This was pretty disappointing…so to cheer myself up I have been ordering ton’s of great new paper and accessories for the shop : ) Nothing better than shopping right? LOL
I’m bringing in new Pink Paislee. I just love London Market. I got extra ephemera pieces so I wouldn’t run out and not get one for myself like last time. Also paper and accessory packs from Glitz. And I’m very pleased to announce that we will carrying a huge assortment of My Mind’s Eye!!!! YAY. They have the best paper patterns and stickers to match. I can’t wait to dig into those boxes and start playing with the new paper.
I’ve just got a few more orders to place to stock up the new shop…..it’s coming along very nicely I must say : ) I can’t wait for you all to see the new color scheme and displays. And of course I can’t wait to see all of you Peeps that I miss so much!
Thanks so much for all the lovely comments on my audition…they really made my day. It made all the work worthwhile just to know I have such wonderful followers. Stay with me…the best is yet to come : )
I‘m playing paper today to chase the clouds away. Hoping for Spring to get here soon I’ve created two brighter and cheerier cards.
I selected a nice stripe from my Graphic 45 scrap and salvage box and layered on a lovely vintage image from Graphics Fairy. Marie Antoinette is so beautiful : ) I gave this card a nice craft paper border to anchor the light colors.
I punched and gathered a border and added individually cut out tiny flowers from the Graphic 45 scrap box. To the center of each flower I added a dab of Liquid Pearls. I also inked it well using Distress Inks.
I really love this darling image from Graphics Fairy of the bunny and chicks. Don’t ya just want to climb right into that picture and hear them little chicks peeping and smell the blooms from the tree in the background. The paper I choose for this card is from Paper Loft. The small button card is from Crate.
This lovely little bloom is separate flowers cut from the same sheet of scrap Graphic 45 paper…this time I did dry brush it just a bit to bring the intensity of the color down. I layered and curled several flowers and gave it a pearly accent center.
Just my luck…I found a small scrap of paper that looks just like burlap! It looks like it has a lot of texture. I used it to make a sweet little banner and topped it off with a string of pearls. A creamy ribbon and bow are the final accents.
Okay…now I have my Spring projects started….all I need is for it to be 85 and sunny : )