Today is my sweet husbands birthday. So far, he is having a GREAT week...he got to meet Olivia Newton John on Tuesday night and trust me, he has been on cloud nine ever since. He even got to take a picture of her, so as long as he doesn't frame it and put it beside our bed, he's safe, LOL.
Here is his birthday card I made for him...I used my new Imagine ( still making up my mind if I like it or not) Graphic 45 paper, My new large spellbinders, Tim Holtz embossing folder and a little creativity. I hope he like it. More than anything I hope and pray for him to have a blessed year to come...
I know he doesn't read my blog much, but if he does....Greg...I love you and Happy Birthday, oh and you'll get your card tonight, LOL.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
This layout uses a ton of Tattered Angels products, My Mind's Eye Paper, paint and glimmer mist screens, Martha Stewart punch, 3-d foam tape (of course) and a lot of imagination.
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Sunday, October 31, 2010
I wanted to do something a little different so I designed a wine tag for this month. The flower was created by cutting and burning ribbon...stay tuned on that one as more instructions will follow in future posts. I distressed the edges and base of my tag with Close To My Heart's sanding kit and if you don't have one of these, you should. The base paper I used is Olivia which is perfect for the fall season. The overall base for the tag is a page from our dimensional chipboard album that I cut down to a tag size. It created a sturdy base with some decorative flair. The sentiment was stamped and then highlighted with the matching marker in cocoa ink. I added a stickease sticker that has so much class and a few mocha pearls and it's done. It's a simple project but adds such a punch to a bottle of sparkling cider or wine. Especially with the holidays approaching and hostess gifts being something we have to consider, I hope you consider this quick but elegant idea.
Now it's time to hop on over to Judy's Blog and see what amazing creation she had come up for you this month.
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Have a great month and remember it's the season for giving thanks...
Posted by Lori at 9:00 PM