Wow, it’s nearly the end of January! Hard to believe it. Anyway, this is another of the layouts I made for my step-Nan’s 90th album.
This was her house as a child in Dulwich Hill. I kept this simple, simple colours – Kiwi Kiss and Pink Pirouette, and simple trees with the stamp set Lovely as a Tree and standard wheel Funky Forest. There is also a strip from the Simply Scrappin’ Sweet Nothings kit along each border of each page. Too easy!
This is a gorgeous box I made as a ‘thank you’ gift for my cousin (naturally, with a few choice chocolates inside!), who hosted a stamp-a-stack for me (the cards in the post below, actually!). Thanks, Janelle!
I made the box from the Sweet Nothings Simply Scrappin kit (the papers are just lovely in this kit), plus I used the flowers from Together Forever which I hand-cut out and stuck a red rhinestone brad in the middle, for the three “buttons” down the middle. The colours I’ve used were based off the Sweet Nothings paper, so I used Kiwi Kiss and Riding Hood Red.
There are great instructions to makea Box in a Bag here. It was really easy to make, albeit a tad fiddly!
This card was made for another very special little girl who turned five last month 🙂
I really love this card. The colours are pretty and the elephant is adorable! I was completely inspired to make it from a gorgeous card on SCS, which you can check out here.
The colours I’ve used are Riding Hood Red, Pink Pirouette and Kiwi Kiss. The paper is Riding Hood Red and the DSP from the Simply Scrappin Kit, Sweet Nothings. What a useful Scrappin kit Sweet Nothings is! Of course, you already knew it, but I’ll say it anyway, the elephant is from Wild About You :), and what you may not know is that the sentiment is from the Level 2 Hostess Set, Occasions for All.
The party hat was a useful idea I came up with … cutting a triangle from my Sticky Cut Letters adhesive and adhering Fine Supernova Glitter on the party hat topped with a Circle Fire rhinestone brad – and three of the same brads on the top left corner of the card.