Sunday, March 7, 2010

Petaloo Projects and My Mind's Eye

***If you're here for the BLOG CRAWL, please scroll down to the previous post***

I have a confession to make...I have wee little crush on My Mind's Eye Be Loved papers!! I recently had a card published in Scrapbook Trends Quick & Easy Idea Book and received this line as a thank you. The colors are completely adorable and I can use them for more than Valentine's Day projects. I created 2 layouts and a card with these papers and I love how fun and fresh they turned out!

The first layout is about Xander's favorite foods. He's such a picky little eater sometimes, but he eats enough of each food group for me to be satisfied--and he drinks like a fish! At his last pediatric appointment this past Thursday, I found out he is 34 3/4" tall and weighs 31 lbs, placing him in the 90th percentile for both height and our boy is doing well!

The utensils on the layout are black foam thickers that I coated with silver glitter and glossy accents.

I used a few Petaloo flowers on this next layout because they coordinated so well with the papers! I even created my own dazzlers by adding stickles to the small jeweled florette.

I think the new fun tape by Kiki Art jazzed up the diecut a bit (see the row of hearts under "I love").

I created a flower border on this last layout about Xander's Baby Dedication by spraying Petaloo's color me crazy giant daisy layers with vanilla shimmer smooch spritz and adding a satin bow.

Here's a quick and easy thank you card using MME's Be Loved line.

Thanks so much for taking a peek! Until next time...happy scrapping!


kmassman said...

Love the projects you posted! Thanks for sharing!

~~Mia~~ said...

I love that line too!!! I have bought it twice! LOL!!!

Beautiful work as always Tanisha!!

RobinJ said...

Love the projects--all are beautiful!

sarah said...

i need to do that with my thickers... sprinkle glitter on it or something. haha! :)

anyway, i was gonna ask you... do you know of any online stores that carry the new MLS?


Bethany Kartchner said...

Ohhh! Love these projects! I love how you combine colors! Great job!

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