Help - the flower looks more attractive IRL. It's cold and foggy today - even at three in the afternoon it's still misty out. If I weren't in bed I'd love to go to the park.
I loved the site Stef chose for us today. So did DH - he has 3 cards lined up for me to make :D.
As usual I checked out the books first, and saw the A is for Ant flash cards that I loved on the Pyjama Squid site. This time, I was inspired by these Touch and Feel Stroller Cards.
I used photos of my nephews and nieces from this summer to make a little booklet for my brother. I cut chipboard ovals with the Wizard, patterned paper to back them and coloured card for the fronts. Each front is embossed with a different folder, so even my book has its own touchy-feely aspect. The photos were punched with a circle punch and matted off-centre onto circles. I just added one simple embellishment to each page. Punched with CAD, added a book-ring and ribbons. The front is a chipboard flower covered with Crackle Paint, button for the centre, with the date written on, and a little punched butterfly.
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Sat, Nov 28, 2009 @ 7:41 AM
Where and how do you continually come up with such fantastic ideas, Sabrina? YOur son's children are beautiful from what I can see and your flower concept is right there over the top! great inspiration
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Sat, Nov 28, 2009 @ 8:08 AM
What a great idea using photos so the baby is able to look at them on the stroller. Very cute!
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