Lady Bugs & Frogs R10 per pack
Sunday, February 28, 2010
Friday, February 26, 2010
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Monday, February 22, 2010
you for a lovely afternoon on 6 February! I think all of us thoroughly
enjoyed scrapbooking – even the mom’s that don’t scrapbook as a hobby.
The atmosphere was nice and relaxed at home even with all the kids
We enjoyed the fact that there was so much to choose from – it was like being in a scrapbook shop at home!
I thank you for your nice suggestions of how to change a page that I battled with for so long, and now it works so well!
Best Regards and hoping that many more people discover this nice hobby!
Friday, February 19, 2010
I spray painted the box with copper, dark brown and purple paint. Added some patterned paper,flowers and used on of my belts on the box.The Front I love it, just not to sure what I'm going to use it for????????
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Eventually I got Kruz to sit still for 5 minutes to get some pics of him on his new bike. Not the nicest pics, but they did the job.
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Start by cutting out the shapes needed to make the dragonfly. Before you stick it down onto your card or page you can use a piece of beading line to make the antennas. That's what i did - I stuck it at the back of the dragonfly's body with some double sided tape. Once you have done the antennas stick it down onto you card or page.
You will need to cut out 8 petals and 1 circle for the flower. Then its quite simple - stick it all down onto your page or card. You could also stick the petals a few mm's away for the center of the flower to create another look!!
What you will need:
Scraps of paper
Start by printing the template.
Step 1 - Cut out your shapes
For a single layered flower - 7 Flower Petal Pieces
For a double layered flower - 14 Flower Petal Pieces
1 X Circle for the center of the flower
Step 2 - Cut a piece of cardboard or chipboard. It needs to be smaller than the circle for the center of the flower. Add a blob of glue to the cardboard or chipboard.
Step 3 - Now glue down 7 of the flower petals. The petals all need to face the same direction.
Step 4 - Now you are going to do the top layer. Star gluing the remaining 7 flower petals. These need to be glued down in the opposite direction. You will see in the picture how the flower petals join on top.
The finished double layered flower
Single Layered Flower
Well I hope this makes sense and that you are able to print the template? If you have any questions or can't print the template please drop me an email. :)
Monday, February 15, 2010
Shanice went to a valentines dance at school on Friday night. I took so many photos - she looked to cute all dolled up. I wanted to do a double page, but ended up doing a single page. Hopefully I have some time this week to finish the double page of her and her friends.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
I spent the weekend out - doing scrapbooking home parties and only got chance last night to do Kruz's birthday card. He loves frogs so I decided to make him a frog birthday card.
This morning he was up at 5am and started riding his new bicycle that he got for his birthday. I wanted to take a few pic's but it did not happened - trying to get him ready for school when all he wants to do is ride the new bike is another story all together. Then to put the cherry on the cake - he decided that the new bicycle had to go with to school, as well as his new giant sized ball his sister bought him. After arguing I convinced him that the kids at school would break his new bike and he agreed that it should stay at home.This is the card Products used;
Burnt orange card-stock, silver HAPPY BIRTHDAY STICKERS, large brads, Queen of hearts - Dinosphere paper, Queen of hearts - Dino Stripe paper, K & Comapny Actopus to Zelephant Frogs paper and chipboard frog.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Chipboard Alphabet 176 Letters - R25
Vintage Wood Alphabet Chocolate Chip - R30
Vintage Wood Alphabet Seaweed - R30Vintage Wood Alphabet - Upper Case Strawberry - R20
Vintage Wood Alphabet Strawberry - R30