Saturday, 21 March 2009

Busy busy!

New hair again! Had it coloured its quite a chocolate brown with some blonde chunks. I'm trying to grow it again. Really pleased with the colour.
I had a really productive night last night and finished up a few projects I have had on the go. This one is a "file it with flair "template by Lauren Meader. I love her templates and look forward to their release on the papertrey site.
I have used some of my Stampin' Up stuff to make them and finally my scallop circle punch arrived and so far I've used it on everything lol!
Card stock is chocolate chip, almost amethyst, old olive and not quite navy. DP is spiced cider and the stamp is from the seeing circles set.
Then I finished my mothers day stuff. There are 2 cards using certainly celery and pretty in pink.
The cd box is another template from Lauren Meader "music makerover". I used the botanicals stamp set from the SAB catty.
Then in front is a box from a tutorial by Becky Roberts. There are various bits and pieces inside - a post it note holder, decorated Elizabeth Shaw mints and some in an acetate box and also a lindt heart in a little gift bag. I used bazzil card and papers from this months scrapagogo kit.
tfl x

Sunday, 15 March 2009

Jewellery Challenge # 5

Jewellery Challenge number 5 was to make something sparkly using facets. So my entry is a bit of a bling ring using pink facets and a mix of other beads. There are some swartzsky crystals in it too!
Tfl x

Monday, 9 March 2009

Some stampin' up!

I made these tags for my sister as she hosted my first Stampin' up! workshop. I used stamps from the Simply said range and the sentiments are Sincerely yours. Cardstock is chocolate chip and ruby red from the earth elements colour family.
On Saturday we (me, Lynne and Heather) attended Helen and Alisons Stampin' up! class. (Thank you ladies :) x ) We had a lovely afternoon and made 4 fab makes. One of them was a gorgeous joy fold card by Alison and this is my version using different papers and stamps which is a wedding card for my cousin.
I used Simply said, Pocket silhouette, and "congratulations" from the Fun and fast notes stamp sets. Cardstock is certainly celery and pretty in pink from the soft subtles colour family and design paper is from the Tea and crumpets range.