Thanks for looking!
Monday, December 23, 2013
This is another project I finished using the FPK from The Little Blue House. I love the mix of Kraft and black with the traditional Christmas colors. :)
Sparkly twine added a but of fun. Thanks for looking! :)
Posted by DeeDee at 4:46 PM
Friday, December 20, 2013
Monday, November 25, 2013
I have two more projects to share with you created from the "Pass the Eggnog" FPK. :)
Inside the kit is a 12x12 piece of stamped burlap. I decided to use mine to create a little bag and a stocking.
I cut the burlap in half and then stitched up the sides of one half to create this bag I embellished with a stem and button also from the kit. The branch was covered in Glossy Accents and then covered in mica flakes. I cut a circle from the included cream felt and adhered a glittered button to the top.
For the stocking, I just free handed the design, stitched the edges, adhered the cream felt to the rim, tied on ribbons and bell, and adhered the glittered button.
They turned out so cute! I am planning to stuff them both with candy and a giftcard.
You can purchase this kit online at thelittlebluehouseonline.com.
Thanks for stopping by. I have more projects to share tomorrow. :)
Posted by DeeDee at 10:03 PM
Saturday, November 23, 2013
The first project I have to share with you from the Pass the Eggnog kit is a winter mini-album. When I opened this new kit the first thing I was drawn to was this Starbucks coffee sleeve. I loved that it said Rekindle the Season. I am so looking forward to this holiday season after a tough year. <3
Isn't it gorgeous? :) I covered the kit tree branch with Glossy Accents and then sprinkled on mica flakes and ultra fine crystal glitter, and the buttons were dipped in GA and coated with the glitter.
A top view so you can see how chunky this holiday mini album is.
This page was created using the cream felt included in the kit. I then covered the bottom of the page with lace and then layered it with mica flakes. The tree and moose are hand-stitched onto the felt.
I used fabric tac to adhere the card stock to the felt.
The corrugated cardboard is painted with metallic green paint and I attached this tiny tag for journaling.
I painted this Maya Road tin red, dried it, lightly painted it with metallic copper paint, and then aged it a bit. Then I layered on this snowflake and glittered button.
I used my white Sharpie for outlining, but I have got to order a decent white pen soon. My daughter borrowed mine and it was never to be heard from again..
I painted this wooden banner piece with the same paint, outlined it with Platinum Stickles and added the fuzzy ribbon and doily to make a sweet Christmas tree.
I need to add some pictures, but I couldn't get them printed the tiny size I wanted. It never seems to fail that when I go to use the family printer it is out of ink..
Here's the back cover which I dry brushes white.
I'm so glad to finally share this with you. I hope you'll order a kit. I created so many cute things from mine and have so much product left over I may make another mini album.. I will share more projects tomorrow. :)
This kit is now available at thelittlebluehouseonline.com.
Thanks for stopping by!
Posted by DeeDee at 9:47 PM
Friday, November 22, 2013
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
The Little Blue house will be releasing a new Front Porch Kit November 23rd. I was thrilled to design some projects with this adorable kit: Pass the Egg Nog! :)
I have a little sneaky peek to share. :)
Rustic Christmas goodness. I can't wait to share more soon. :)
You can preorder a kit online at www.thelittlebluehouseonline.com. Thanks for stopping by!
Posted by DeeDee at 11:24 PM
Friday, September 27, 2013
A friend asked me to make this page for her and I was happy to do it because then I made (a pink) one for Sofie at the same time. :)
I added his name to the backpack
A pencil with vintage ruler trim.
I think it turned out super cute. Hope you like! :)
Posted by DeeDee at 11:37 PM