Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Did you see?

What Tim Holtz and Jennifer McGuire did?

Go check out the links so you can see the details!

New Tyres

This is another little 6x4 story for Will. It is such a simple process to add the frame and text. Then I print them as per a normal 6x4 and then just stick them back to back with photosplits so two photos make one page. I usually sandwich a piece of chipboard /thick card between the first and last photos to make a strong cover and then bind it together with my bind-it-all- sweet!!

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Soapbox Derby Photobook

I finished this at some ungodly hour of the morning yesterday. I have to say it's nice to have something fully scrapbooked just over a week after it happened. Now I just need for Snapfish to have a special on photobooks and I will be good to go!

Monday, March 29, 2010

Water Nymph

I recently brought small atomiser bottles for my radiant rain (it comes with a dobber). Unfortunately it isn't working as well as I had hoped (I think the mica powder is clogging the sprayer) but I still had a good time playing with them on these flowers and buttons.

I ended up having to drop the radiant rain on the craft sheet and rubbing the flowers on it. This created big drops of the radiant rain which I also dipped my fabric covered brads into it as well.

Then I added some distress stickles for a little extra sparkle.

And then I added them all to this layout (with some rather old pictures of Merenia)...

Sunday, March 28, 2010

365 2010 Week 12

I'm using a template by Cathy Zielske which you can see here. And buy here.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Luck of the Irish to you!

I chucked together this little hybrid project for the teachers in Kieran's team who were feeling a little left out after the Yellow Chocolate situation. I used a freebie from the Daily Digi and some other digi stuff as well.

Unfortunately my printer was on the fritz so they didn't print all that well.

The tag is printed out flat and then you use a knife to cut around the clover leaf that is on the back half of the sheet. And then you staple it onto the bag.

I added a little poem....

And of course stuffed the bag with green lollies and a St Patricks Day themed instant kiwi ticket. Easy, fast, cheap and fun!

Friday, March 26, 2010