Saturday, June 19, 2010

And The Winner Is...

First, I just want to say thanks to everyone who participated in our Farewell Blog Hop. As I stated in yesterday's post, it was a sad decision for me not to reapply for the design team, but I know the new team is gonna rock it out!!

Secondly, here is my final My Little Shoebox project...as a DT member. I actually taught this mini album at the Collin's Show earlier this Spring. I used Flying High along with some of my favorite family photos to create this album, one of my faves to date!

I had some awesome companies (posted here) donate product for this class!!

I used 2 die cut photo corners and a piece of ribbon to fashion a butterfly


I adhered a piece of lined paper to the die cut, punched holes in it and then added journaling to the back--the tag is actually it's own page.

I matted a heart and then added wings (2 more photo corners) to help bring the sentiment to life.

See the white butterfly on the right page? I punched it out of the transparency overlay with my Martha Stewart butterfly punch.


I created a pocket for journaling tags using 1/4 of the scalloped circle paper


The END...


Oh yeah, you want to know which lucky blog poster won my RAK, right!?! LOL!

Well that person is.....

Kim M said...

Darling cards, so sad to see you but have enjoyed your work with MLS!


Congratulations!! Please email your address to me at Tanisharenee74@hotmail.com and I will get your RAK out to you ASAP!


All winners will be listed on the MLS blog on Monday, so check there to see if a RAK is making its way to you.
Come back and visit soon!!!


3 comments:

Sasha Holloway said...

Congratulations .. but girl this books is AWESOME love love love love it ..

you rock MLS .. you really do but I understand .. you have big fish in that skillet to flip over .. keep on frying girl.

LOL
xoxo

Cokie Pop Paper Boutique said...

So adorable. Love this project :)

RobinJ said...

Hi Tanisha! I haven't visited for a while but when I do, I am never disappointed! This album is excellent! And good luck to whatever new endeavor you take on to replace MLS!
Hugs, RobinJ

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