I like to think outside the box - hehe - inside joke because today I have created a 'box' for you. A Recipe Box - featuring the gorgeous papers and embellishments from Basic Grey - Herbs and Honey range.
It's November, and you know what that means.. the Countdown to Christmas is on.
Christmas is my very favourite time of the year. There is just something truly magical about Christmas. Even though for me, Christmas is normally spent at the beach, I would one day love to have a cold Christmas, or even better a White Christmas. Until then I will just have to make do with the gorgeous Christmas lines that are available..
Today I've got just the outside of my Christmas Journal to share with you. I am actually organised this year and have it finished before December.! ( well the cover anyway!)
There are so many options and choices of gorgeous Christmas lines out right now.. Í have of course gone with Vintage Christmas and some gorgeous Tim Holtz lines..
I have been very productive with one sheet of paper! I created 7 cards.... I have seen other clever crafty people create more than 7 cards from one sheet - but I set myself a challenge - if I created an easel card and a square card, how many more cards (with decent sized pieces of the paper) could I make from this gorgeous sheet of paper from Basic Grey - Herbs and Honey range - "Radish"
The top two pieces on the left are the easel card, the middle piece on the right is the square card, bottom left is a regular sized card and I created 4 other cards using the other pieces.
Hi everyone, it's Sue Plumb here with you today sharing my latest creation.
I recently found this gorgeous photo of my daughter and her best friend that was begging to be scrapped, and I knew I needed some beautiful soft, feminine papers to do the job. And who does those papers better than anyone? Prima of course! So I rifled through my stash and found some papers from the Prima Princess collection, which were perfect for creating this project...