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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Remember Little Moments

Hello Everyone, I hope you have all been having a 
great time at the craft desk. 
This months challenge is a great one and I hope we
have been bringing some inspiration too you all. I'm
looking forward too seeing your creations.

....Recipe....
* 5 Pieces of patterned paper ( any size)
* 4 Embellishments
* 3 Word  title * 2 photo's (any size) * 1 mask/stencil (as many times as you like)
Above is my take on the recipe.
 5.   I have used 5 patterned papers by including one for my
back ground and one for my tag.
4.  Collectables, acetate prints, handmade journal tag, sticker sheet
3.  Three word title
2.  two photos ( I chose different sizes)
1.  Stencil


I was so lucky this month to get to use The Looking Glass range
from Kaiser Craft. What an awesome range it is. The colors are
so nice. Such a versatile range I think. It may have flowers but it
is a range I would use on anything. From young children too 
grownups. Male or female. 

It has some wonderful Alice In Wonderland papers, acetate etc.
Just great for the kids.
If you have males there is plenty on the papers, sticker sheet and 
other goodies for a super LO. You can make it male all the way.

Then there is the females, you cant go wrong. Flowers, butterflys 
you find them in the collectables, on the papers and it goes on.


The three word title is also from Kaiser Craft. The tile letters
are from the Timeless collection. The two other words are their
Fozz Fontz Alphabet set. The sentiment at the bottom is a 
Kaiser Craft Basics Rub on. 

The stencil I used is from Dylusions/TCW.  After applying my 
modeling paste and letting it dry I then used Tim Holtz 
distress ink - Gathered Twigs and sponged it on. 

In the background the inked mesh look was an orange bag and 
I used again Gathered Twigs distress ink. The only reason is that
I was unable to find my chicken wire Kaiser stamp, Grrrrrr. 
The green in the back ground that is running out behind 
everything is Dylusions ink spray - Cut Grass.


The best thing about this LO is everything is available at the 
Scrapbookit store. If you can't find it please email Jo. There
is so much available it is hard too put it all up for you, it is
available though. She has everything us DT girls use and more.

I hope you like my take on the recipe and I can't wait too see
yours in the challenge line up. Not only does Jo have an one 
awesome store but the prize you have a chance off winning is 
just as awesome.

Until my next post, happy crafting.
Hugs Brenda

  
 

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your great page Brenda,you have done a fantastic job with this range xxx

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  2. I really like the vine looking leaves....What a nice touch!

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  3. Lovely LO Brenda it is a great challenge this month.

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  4. What a great LO Brenda...love the ripping, tearing and distressing you have done. xxx

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