Monday, December 26, 2011

Sweet Nothings & Lilly...

I just couldn't resist one more Sweet Nothings LO!! This one is of Lilly's first day at school. with 6 kids I'm totally over the bright blue school layouts that I aways end up turning out ... so this time I decided to stick with the beloved shabby chic style and do the school photo anyway ... it was a bit risky, but I love the results .... they all look like they are standing in a garden ...which they were!!
This different stye of scrapbooking is exciting ... where you set the context with your page rather than just coordinate with your subject ... I'm keen to do more of this kind of scrapbooking... stay posted to see how it all works out!! Smiles from Kel.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Sweet Nothing Cards

A simple set of cards made using the 'Sweet Nothings' collection from Kaisercraft. To make these cards I used papers from the 6 1/2" paper pad and a bunch of die cuts from the collectable pack, beside this there are just a few flowers, bits of organza ribbon and small sayings stamps - all of which are also from Kasiercraft.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Sweet Nothings LO

Here is another LO made using the Sweet Nothings collection from Kaisercraft. I mostly used the die cut 'collectable' shapes to pull this lay out together and some gorgeous soft material flowers. The photo is one of my favourites from this time last year ... it's almost IMPOSSIBLE to get a good photo of the whole family with 8 people to try and get to all smile at the same time ... we almost there with this one ... and then Abby had to go and stick her finger up her nose just as the photo was taken!!! KIDS!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Sweet Nothings & Resin Flowers

Here is my first Layout done using the DIVINE new 'Sweet Nothings' Collection from Kaisercraft ... I can tell I'm going to sell LOTS of this collection ( mostly to myself) as it is truly beautiful and my new all time Favourite! The collection actually reminds me of some of the gorgeous Websters pages that are out there. And in the spirt of that I designed this layout in the very romantic 'shabby chic' style ... everything I have learnt about this style came from the very talented Gabrielle Pollacco, she is an amazing artist ... if you haven't seen her work yet you should head on over and have a look ... it's quite a treat! Here's the link... 
Smiles from Kel.