Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Artful Legacy Design Team Project

It’s now become the “W” word. Phone call. “Are you busy?” “Nope, just the ‘W’!” I’m busy, but I’m having a grand time. I’m very grateful that I’m able to make all these special items for Tabitha’s wedding. Tab thinks up something new. I sigh and tell her “you owe me.” I thought about that today. “You owe me.” You know what my daughter ‘owes me’ for all I’ve done? Nothing. It has been and always will be my greatest pleasure and joy to be there for Tabitha. I love you sweetheart.

Artful Legacy has been stretching talent and sparking my imagination. I’m so into wanting to scrap my older Easter photos. I pulled a few out in honor of my daughter and scrapped her first Easter Egg hunts.

I love Artful Legacy’s bunny and lilies. The original stamp is one stamp. I loved the lilies and I wanted make a bed of lilies. I stamped the image several times on a transparency using Staz-on ink. I cut out the flowers. I used one bunny backed with pattern paper. To make the flowerbed I cut my flowers and I used either the back or front turning them in the direction I wanted, to make my bed of flowers. Once I laid out my garden I used Rangers stickles to bling it up. A flower garden complete with a cute bunny.



Ingredients
Stamp: Artful Legacy
Patter Paper: Imaginsce For Peep’s Sake
Tools: Fiskars Limited Edition Bird is the Word Squeeze Punch, Fiskars Corner Rounder
Letters: American Crafts Thickers, subway
Glitter: Ranger’s Stickles, yellow and eucalyptus
Other: acrylic egg from Go West; rickrack from Imaginsce; pink chalk from Colorbox; flower from Kaiser

Credit: One of our design team members Sharon Russell sparked my imagination with the transparency when she used vellum to flip a chair around on this beautiful card found at Artful Legacy’s Blog.

Gratitude List
1. my daughter’s heart
2. God’s gift to my family of our children
3. Jimmy’s heart of unending love, tried though it may be
4. understanding friends
5. constant surprises of God’s provision

3 comments:

  1. What beautiful pages!!

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  2. the photos are so precious!beautiful layout..

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  3. Beautiful layout with wonderful photos!

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