And one last note....
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#10 Pride- The color and the picture to this layout make this the first of my favorites. I also love the stitching technique Andrea showed off during this blog hop. I gave a tutorial about how to make faux bling.
#9 Dress-Up tag- I think it was about a year ago I learned how to make origami corsets and I just love making them. I enjoy making tags and working on small detailed projects.
#8- Life card- I don't make cards EVER but this was a design I had to try out. This was a lift "Guilty" by Scraperlious; she did a complete how-to at the crop stop.
#7 - Future MVP - I enjoyed making this page for two special reasons. First, it was made from memorabilia from the actual game. It was also special because I made it as a guest designer for the wonderful and fun Counterfeit Kit challenge. Besides all this I also did this for the Scraplift the Muse challenge at Pages In Time, so this is based on a layout called "Time Shares" from Scrapperlicious.
#6 God's Gift- This was a layout I did for a challenge requiring that I lift a digi layout ("Towards my Fate"by Glensgirl). What I enjoyed most about this project is the DCWV papers. Layer and distressing these papers always look amazing.
#5. Womb with a View- This 3TailsCraft Chippie was a breeze to work with and cover in paints and glossy accents.
#4. My Queen - Another creative chippie to manipulate by 3tailscraft. I stacked it and covered it in paper with a hand sewn argyle pattern. The chippie butterfly's bottom was dipped in cranberry red and the top was dipped in teal. For the butterfly's final coat I covered it in icicle stickles. I included a faux bling bird.
#3. The Letter K- This is the "K" page I made for my beautiful step-daughter. I used lots of handmade flowers and faux stick pins from clay. This is the first time I quilled in this style and the letters were lost on the pretty paper. To make the letters more visible I matted them in black and framed them in a chippie frame covered in Spackle.
#2 <3- This was a page I made for The Color Room challenge. I followed their sketch. I enjoyed experimenting with spackling and a stencil. I will definitely be doing more of that!
#1. My Junk Mail Minis - I made two mini albums for my step-daughters and this is by far my favorite project of the 2011 year
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