Monday, 10 May 2010

What a Cutie!

Like I said in my last post I wasn't able to get a lot of crafting done last week and here is the reason why.

My Sister and I are dogsitting for this cute little pup,Rosie,while my Mom & Dad are on holiday.My Sister has her the majority of the time but I have her in the day while she's at work.She's only 20 weeks old and very demanding but adorable,she's either following me everywhere or wants to sit on my lap and she doesn't stop jumping up  until I pick her up and sit down with her.
I've managed to get some LO's and cards done over the weekend.This LO I started at the last crop and managed to finish it on Saturday.

I used the gorgeous October Afternoon Fly a Kite papers.

 I'm doing a SU workshop at the Cutting Crew crop on Saturday and they requested a 12x12 LO,so I've put together a kit for them using some papers from the Kaleidoscope designer paper range.Here's a sneak peek.

 I've been meaning to scrap this photo of Jodie on her christening day for a long time (she's 20 now) and finally got round to doing it using some of the papers from the Sweet Pea designer paper stack.This paper stack is so versatile,it has paper suitable for men,vintage, funky and girly,just about any occasion.



I used the cherry stamp from the Tart & Tangy stamp set and the papers are the Pink Flamingo designer papers.The red buttons used for the cherries are the Playground  buttons and the white one is from the Latte button set.The sentiment is from Crazy for Cupcakes.


I used the Sweet Pea papers again for this friend card and the Vintage Vogue stamps which are so pretty.I've used the Dazzling Diamond glitter on the stamped corners and the flatback pearls are out of the Pretties kit which is full of flowers,beads,hat pins and clear brads.
Lastly,I'd like to thank everyone who takes time to leave a comment,I really do appreciate it.
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2 comments:

Lisa said...

I adore those layouts. The October Afternoon one is just divine with its vintage tones and design.
Of course, you know that I love the cards - I need to learn more from you LOL!

kgarbett said...

Absolutely fabulous work Deb ...... as always!