Saturday, 24 November 2012

Under a Blue Moon

Hello everyone.  Hope you are having a warm and snugly Saturday.  Here's my latest offering for the ongoing Craft Barn Calendar Challenge where this week the theme is children/cute.  These are my September pages using my mini heart book which, as a re-cap for those who have just joined us, I cut using Sizzix Framelits Scalloped Heart dies.  I call it a mini-book but must admit that during the course of this project it has become a rather fat mini-book!  Luckily these were low calorie pages!  

I have used two stamps from Cornish Heritage Farm, Sweet One Collage and Little People Collage.  I used Memento Ink, Tuxedo Black with the stamps and then London Fog to colour the background, leaving the girls white.  I added some iridescent glitter glue as highlights and the calendar tab for September.  Definitely children, hopefully cute. 

I am entering this into  
Artful Times Challenge 18 - Anything Goes


  1. The children look very mischievous and cute, love the stamps, and the mini heart album.

  2. Oh I love those images that's going to be one fab calorie free calendar book :)
    Thank you for sharing with us at Artful Times
    Von ♥

  3. Very nice idea to use heart shaped pages and great colours and stamps.

    Love Chrissie xx

  4. Absolutely beautiful images - I love these two pages very much. Perfect for the theme. Sorry I'm late catching up with my comments.

  5. Great couple of pages - you've definitely nailed children!! Lovely images.

  6. Gorgeous stamped images and a lovely background. Thanks for joining us at Artful Times - Hugs, Neet xx

  7. Hi This is so lovely, great stamped images and pefect colours to set them off. Hugs Sandra X

  8. What a lovely idea. The colours are gorgeous. Hugs Rita xx

  9. This is stunning !!! Love it
    Thank for playing with us at the Craft Barn

  10. Gorgeous images and a lovely BG.


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