Yeah, it's that time again, our layouts are up on the Little Shop of Sketches blog. This time we have a new guest designer, Gabrielle Pollacco I'm such a big fan of her!! Please leave her a message on her blog.
I used Bo Bunny Abbey Road. I so love this paper line. It took quiet a while before I could buy it over here. I told myself to wait but I almost bought it in a US webshop. If only the shipping costs were not that high back then.......
It sure was worth the wait.
The butterflies I made with my Cuttle bug and Spellbinders die. The dots I colored with a Spica sparkle pen.
The cat card I got a the book market, it's an old quarted game. Bling is Prima and the alpha and flowers also Bo Bunny
As you may have noticed, I'm usually use the whole 30x30 paper, at least the space in the middle. When I saw this sketch at Magistical Memories, I really had to think twice how I could make this sketch mine...... What do you think?
I used Fancy Pants paper, MM journaling note and Prima flowers.
Thank you for your comments!
I have some other scrapwork on my sleeve but that will have to wait a couple of days till it's all ready to put up here.
And here it is, sketch #41 for Little shop of Sketches. I used part of the Dolls and Decorations kit, MME paper. The little flag is Nikki Sivils and also the stamp "smarty pants" is from the line Henry Brilliance.
Check out the LsoS blog to see more of the DT girlies and also the guest designer.
Two little bags made of Basic Grey paper for Mara's teacher who's leaving school. She loves Brownies so we made her some and the recepie goes with it.
One more card with the lovely Nikki Sivils paper, simple style. The card is made with Bazzil, the rest is all Nikki's.
Ordered school books for Robin today. It's so excited for him (and for me too!) that he is leaving school and going to a new one. So many new things, learning french, getting all new things like a good calculator and dictionaries. Going shopping for more school stuff next week. One more day in school for him, two more parties and he's done!
Inspired by the new Let's get Shabby blog and watching the movie Marie Antoinette last week, I made this vintage layout. I found this gorgious ring holder shoe (you know I love my shoes in any way!), put my most favorite rings in and around it and came up with this lo.
I'm happy how it turned out.
paper: MME Bella Bella, dotted paper is Jenni Bowlin