I created this LO about my camera, it's like another appendage to me and I would be lost without it! I dry brushed paint across the background and the chipboard heart.
I used a lot of rub-ons; the black ones are 7 gypsies and the white brick rub-on is an old one by EK Success, it's actually a 12x12 rub-on, I just cut a section of it to use here.
By the way congratulations to newest Dreamgirl Divas: Elizabeth Carney, Sophia Soh, Chataqua M. Yardley , Susan Dupre, and Erin Gudge. Looking forward to working with these very talented ladies!
The following projects were created for scrap-diner. This one was actually a lift of November's Pink Lady of the Month- KimberlyKay. I lifted this LO of hers.
I love this photo of Donovan and couldn't wait for the perfect opportunity to scrap it. Lots of Making Memories product here!
I journalled directly on the photo, it reads: journaling: I wonder what could possibly be on your mind that would cause you to look so much older than 4 years of age. Are you thinking of your future or remembering something from your short past? Are you thinking of a cure for cancer or world hunger or wondering what the next episode of Little Bill will be about? Whatever it it, it sure looks important! I hope you always take a moment to stop and think things through! 11/30/08
Quick card made with Basic Grey's Wassail line and using card sketch #18 from creativelyyours...this was my last month as a DT member there...I had a ton of fun creating cards for the blog, especially since I'd never thought of myself as a card designer.
Another quick project using Wassail (I love Christmas papers). I swear this took all of 10 minutes or less. This tin used to be purple and housed a bottle of perfume. One of my coworkers had given it to me for Christmas last year. I wasn't too fond of the perfume, but I kept the tin because I knew I could alter it...funny how scrappers think...right!
I wrapped a piece of ribbon from savvynsassy's November Ice Storm kit around the lid, covered the top with another piece of BG Wassail, then fashioned a ribbon flower and layered it with 2 flowers...there you have it, a nice little gift tin!