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Thursday, April 2, 2009

The digital mojo returns and some hybrid projects...

After a month of not doing any digi LO's, this week I have made two in two days! My mojo seems to becoming back!
This morning I made this LO using Caryn's beautiful"Once Upon a Time" kit, available here at the store at Enchanted Studio Scraps.

Onto some hybrid goodies that I haven't posted yet.

Here is a little box in a bag that my lovely friend Yvonne, Stampin'Up Demonstrator extraordonaire, showed us how to make. I'm using mine for Christopher's teacher, fill it up with Easter eggs and away we go! The patterned paper was from the Funky Fresh March Collab at Snap and Scrap (sniff, sniff, they closed yesterday), Pink Passion Cardstock from Stampin’ Up, double sided tape, Bashful Blue Grosgrain ribbon from Stampin’ Up, Chunky Sprinkles glitter from Stampin’ Up, Tombo Liquid Glue, tab punch, cutter. Go here to find the original tutorial by Di Gibbs.

Then I've made this for my friend Michelle, who recently had her second boy Patrick. I saw him in hospital when he was 3 days old, nothing like holding a new born baby... Anyway, I made her this wall hanging using patterned papers from Fantasy Dreams by Charlie's Digiscraps. The chipboard tile frames were from Collections. Other supplies are all Stampin'Up - white embossing powder, chunky blue glitter, blue bayou ink for distressing, Bashful Blue Grosgrain ribbon. The flourish stamp I've embossed is from Baroque Motifs. Eyelets from Sharon's stash (thanks Sharon). The little alpha is Making Memories Tiny Aphabets.




And lastly, I have a pencil holder I made for the boys using Amy Riley's "I Love Art" kit. I love the bright, bold colours in this kit! I'm not sure if this will be available at Enchanted Studio Scraps, I'm waiting to hear from Amy and will link this when I know. I used Amy's patterned paper for the strips and the "I love art" stamp. The box cost about $3 from Spotlight, I used Kaiser Arcylic Paint in Scarlet, double sided tape and coated the whole thing in Mod Podge when finish for extra durability.

2 comments:

Julie said...

that i &hearts: that art box Pene!

Caryn said...

Such a cute LO, Pene! Tee hee hee - your prince charming in the castle. Brilliant!

Love all the hybrid! Seriously, your house must be full of just the most gorgeous stuff you've done!