Thursday, 24 June 2010

There is no such thing as too much pink

My inner princess has been let loose as I've been working on a few pages for my neices' scrapbooks. I don't think it is ever possible to have too much pink for theses beautiful girlies. I used lots of old K&Co Brenda Walton Small Wonders Girl from a stack I bought in the USA and added some K&Co Ka-Zoo embellies, hand stitching, blooms and gems and put my Martha Stewart punch to good use for It Must be Love. I added a big and little version of the butterflies and flowers to mirror a big sister and a wee sister.

And I used similar supplies for Girls just wanna have fun but added some soft jelly like embellies that I bought in Tesco and some chipboard stickers from ?? (I can't remember). I added a hand stitched circle to frame the photo.

I used even more K&Co Brenda Walton Small Wonders Girl with lots of matching embellies too for this page. How cute is the little washing line? Thanks for stopping by :o) xx

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

I'm Coming to get You...

I'd been looking for papers and embellies for some photos I snapped of my wee man last Halloween for yonks. I wanted something cute that would match his vampire costume and just when I thought I was never going to find anything I saw these cute little chipboard vampires that were prefect. They are called Boo to You and are by Bo Bunny. Aren't they cute?

I used a May 2010 PageMaps, paper and embellies from the Boo to You range and some Thickers for You're so Cute it's Scary.

I feel like playing some cheesey 70s music whenever I look at this page ;p I have seen lots of pages with alphas mounted onto paper/cardstock but have never tried it as my hand cutting leaves a lot to be desired! but I didn't think this page through (do I ever?! ;p) and by the time I got to adding my title I was putting black alphas on a mainly black background and I needed to do something to help them standout. I'm pretty pleased with the results - just don't look too closely ;) I used the same supplies for Fangtastic but added a stitched spiders web to the top right of the page. Thanks for dropping by. Kx