Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Notebook Pocket Wine Taster Holder - Village Color papers and Kanban topper





I can't believe it's that time again to have another blog hop with the multi-talented Eileen. This week we had the Notebook Pocket to create something with. I thought it would be fun to use it as a Wine Taster Note container. I used the lovely Brenda Pinnick paper (Village Color) which seemed to match the Kanban wine topper. I even went the extra mile this week and staged the picture with a 'real' wine bottle and glass ! LOL Yes I had a slow day ! :)

I hope you enjoy the blog hop which you can start from Eileen's blog just in case you arrived first here by other means (search engine, referral, etc...).

Blog Hop (starts 25th at 11am Eastern - 4pm GMT):

Eileen

Jennifer Ellefson

Denise Clason

Ann Butler

Fabrizio Martellucci > You are here ! :)

Korie B

Barbara Matthiessen

Bonnie Bruns

Brenda Pinnick

Candice Windham

Karen Burniston

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Check Book Cover Polka dots and Leaves (Sucerie and Initially Yours papers)


Wow another Blog Hop by Eileen for her Check Book Cover die-cut. I've used Brenda's Sucerie and Initially Yours papers. I've left the back cover loose so you can see the inside of the check book.

I inked the edges with Ranger's Distress Ink Walnut Stain. I used the Xyron personal cutter to create the letters and corners.

Blog Hop

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Eileen Hull

Brenda Pinnick

Fabrizio Martellucci < You Are Here !

Jennifer Ellefson Next Blog to hop to

Ann Butler

Lorine Mason

Karen Burniston

Bonnie Bruns

Gabriela Delworth

Candice Windham

Thanks for visiting !

Friday, 6 November 2009

Believe in You Card - Digital Image by Brenda Pinnick and Sucerie paper


This week's Dare U 2 Digistamp them was a lovely sketch by Larissa and I had this idea of using semi opaque acrylic sheet and stamp on it with a similar signature stamp with white stazon ink. It kinda worked but I had to use some pearl gems to make them more noticeable as they would disappear otherwise.

Paper (background in green) is Brenda's Sucerie and the digital image she gave away on her blog a while back to be used for her new serie U Color ! I used Coloursoft (Derwent) and Sansodor to colour it.

You can see a below a close up so you can see the stamped acrylic squares that are matching the sketch design, well I tried to ! LOL