Monday, 2 July 2012

A little Graphic 45

Hi there!

Winter seems to be dragging, its my least favourite of all the seasons :(  thankfully Im getting away from it for awhile, jet setting off to England for just over 3 weeks in August - not that they have had an awesome summer, but at least it will be a bit warmer :)

Over at Scrappin Patch theres been a competition going on, Stars in their Eyes - a bit like the television series but you have scrap in the style chosen by each of the DT.  I chose Tara Orr, even though she had been picked the last time we had this comp, two years ago.  This time though I thought I'd rev things up a bit and instead of layout they would have to make an OTP item or card with matching tag, in the style of Tara Orr.  Judging from some of the blogs Ive been reading some people were expecting a surprise along the way, so they were'nt going to be disappointed :) the entries that were submitted were amazing, especially since most don't do OTP or cards.

One of my examples was a childs dolls cradle, made using Graphic 45 Little Darlings - I loved this range, its so cute and I ended up making other things with it too and used up my entire stash of it.

A couple of close ups for you

I decided to keep the head board relatively flat and except for the one chipboard piece its all flat, nothing popped up for dimension - I had visions of little fingers picking bits off!

With all the bits left over I made a layout for friend to say thank you.  If you caught my post on Scrappin Patch using a mini album, then you will recognise the photo, its little miss Indie again :)

Some more close ups for you

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Have a wonderful time in England! Hope you've got a good book for that long flight ;-)

  2. Winter is dragging but for you it means lots of excuses to be inside creating :) Love that beautiful crib, so delicate! Well done, lovely as always :)

  3. i so wish that i could have seen the crib in person! It looks so beautiful... i did see the layout though and that was amazing in itself!