Hey everyone! It sure feels good being able to get on here. My children have both got the flu :( which has been hard work, exhausting and draining since Friday night! I thought my daughter had managed to stay clear of it until Tuesday night when she woke up with a 39.6 temp! We've been to the Docs and have lots of medicine, so fingers crossed it'll all calm down soon. Apparently it's all throughout the school at the moment, with 5 children off sick in my sons class!
Moving on to happier things.... Pink Petticoat has a brand new and totally gorgeous mini kit called no less than "Perfect Papers" inspired by Pink Petticoat itself.
To see the lovely papers in all their glory click here and don't forget to visit the Pink Petticoat Blog where you'll find some amazing, inspirational projects from the Creative Design Team. I'm telling you, they are stunning!
Here's my contribution this week, which you can also see on the blog too here.
I just couldn't resist the splash of lime and the huge bow!
There were so many gorgeous papers, I wasn't sure where to start! In the end I went for the black with white dots and the tiny squares and kept to a "Romantic" theme.
This card was a joy to make and I just couldn't resist the huge bow and the splash of lime! I rubbed the "Distress ink" over my papers to give an aged look.
Recipe: Pink Petticoat Papers, Kraft cardstock, Tissue Paper, Recycled corrugated card, Thread, Ribbon, Lace Ribbon, Adhesive Gems, Staples, Tim Holtz Ink - Pumice Stone.
Tools: Martha Stewart XL heart border punch, Oval Nestabilities, Staples
There's more fab "goings on" on the "Pink Petticoat" Blog next week, so do make sure you keep an eye out! I'll be sure to let you in on it all soon :o)
Thanks for your visit, come back soon :o)