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Saturday, November 20, 2010

My Silly Little Girl!

There are so many facial expressions that children do everyday and I am so happy that I get to capture them on camera with my dd! This LO was inspired by a sketch. I used the sketch from Paper Poppy Kit Co (http://paperpoppykitco.blogspot.com), its the June sketch. I liked it and decided to try it out. The border is stitched, and the flowers are masked from punched paper. I created this LO for the negative space challenge on sb.com.

TFL! Mary
Here is the products used for the LO. Some are a bit older, but they need to be used sooner or later, right?
Completed LO:

Close up on masked flowers:

First Christmas Card!

I was so happy to finally create a Christmas Card for this season! I am very late in starting them and I have so many cute stamps to experiment with right now. So this is the fist card and I used some scraps from last year that I am in dire need to get rid of! I stamped the greeting and the snowflakes. Then on the snowflakes I added stickles silver to give it that shinny look!

TFL! Mary

Laugh at anything LO...

Oh boy am I behind on my blog! Tis the season to get a lot done in a short amount of time, right? Well I have completed 2 layouts and 1 card. I am hoping to get a couple more cards in this weekend and maybe 1 more layout, but that is asking a lot right now. The below LO is my dd when she was a little over a year (I think?). She always has these wonderful facial expressions and I'm so glad she loves the camera at any given moment!

TFL!! Mary

Products used for the LO:

Completed LO: the borders are stamped,and the saying under the picture is embossed. It says Never regret anything that made you laugh. Perfect for this picture!

Monday, November 1, 2010

Birthday Card - Girlie :0)

This is a birthday card I made for my SIL. I was completely inspired by a friend on sb.com. I love her work anyway so it was great that I saw a card similar to the one I made. The rose is ine of my hand-mades, and I added stickles (diamond) to it to give it that glitter look!

TFL! Mary

Close up on the flower (the best that I could do!)