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Saturday, October 6, 2012

A little bit more Curiosity

Hi Everyone,

Welcome to the weekend and welcome to my second post for this months challenge.

Whilst I haven't followed the challenge rules I have decided to show case the gorgeous products that I received from Jo this month.

This month I received the gorgeous range from Authentique ~ Curiosity. 
On first look at this range my thoughts were all school/learning based layouts. However, Jo challenged me to look a bit further by providing me with a Kaisercraft Wooden Bicycle from the wooden flourish range.

Here is what I came up with...

So as you can see I created a layout about the first time my little boy rode his bike without training wheels. 
In my first post I spoke about the different ways that you can use Tim Holtz Distress Stains. This time I have changed the background colour of the dotted paper.

Here is a close up of the changed paper colour...

Here is a close up of the wooden bicycle and my journalling...

Rather than create another card I have created a little something that I thought might get you thinking about gifts for all of those wonderful teachers that have taught your children this year.
So using the Curiosity collection from Authentique I have created a Post-It Note holder. What every great teacher needs sitting on their desks.

Well that is another post from me...
Oh by the way....have you heard that we are having a Blog Hop?
Make sure you join us on October 13th at 7pm.
Have a great weekend,


  1. I can see it wasn't a challenge at all for you Mel! What a great page. Teacher's gifts Mmmm best I start thinking about that, thanks for the great inspiration.

  2. I bet you had heaps of fun doing this LO Mel! It looks fabulous, really liking this paper range. Your teachers gift is very clever, yeh! xo

  3. wow that range is gorgeous and your LO looks amazing Mel and the range comes up well in the Post it note holder :)

  4. Fantastic use of that paper Mel. Great work.


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