Sunday, September 13, 2009

Some sunday sharing

I've had a busy few days this weekend. I taught class at Just scrapping, went shopping on Saturday, took a few photos of Missy and Reenie, worked on my STM and Ad this pages, a flower step post, which I'll share here and a card too and today the house got cleaned, some of Asher's crap or treasures if you ask her, got culled and the washing all sorted ready for it and the house to get dirty again. lol
These are my Hero Arts Asian doll cards that I taught yesterday and the girls in the class were probably cursing me with the amount of cutting out I got them to do but the cards all looked great in the end.
My class credit didn't last long, not that I thought it would lol. I picked up another album to try and get my pizza box stash under control and also grabbed me some of the new Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses range. I so love the backgrounds in this range. So much so that I have already used one on my Ad this page.
After the class Missy A and I went of to the shops as I wanted to get a new cat bed for Reenie and a tunnel as well. Both were a hit. I've not got a photo of her in the new bed yet but have got a few of her in the tunnel.
So love this photo and it is my week 37 photo for my 52 week album.
I also wanted to get a few more pics of Missy so we ventured out onto the patio with her new polly pocket pets for a little photo shoot.Just love that cheeky grin.
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Over at Mystical Scrapooks the girls have a challenge called We dare you 2. I was dared to make a shaped card using the colours white, teal, brown and black and no flowers and this is what I came up with.
Using the Date me stamp from Purple Onion. lol I couldn't use flowers so I snuck in the flower shape.
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Over at Enchanted Tracey set a challenge this month to make your own flowers and to share the steps in the forum. I had some fun making mine so I thought I'd share them here too.
Step 1
Cut and fray a length of material about 1" wide. I've got two here as my material wasn't as long so had to join them together.
Step 2
Lay your strip on a flat surface and shape it into a circle, like you would playdough if you were making a snail out of a snake. Adding a few tacks every so often to hold it in place.

Step 3
Tack the end of the strip to the side of the flower and flip so that you have the stiching on the backside.



Step 4
Finish with a button.



Tip -if you had some Jac paper you could punch or cut a circle a little smaller than your flower size and stick you flower down as you go rather than tack it and that way you can peel back the other side and pop your flower straight onto your project.

I have got this on my latest Ad this layout and once it has gone up on the blog I'll put it up in the gallery.

Well that is about it from me for now. I think I'll do some work on my blog and then I'll have an early night.

Till tomorrow thanks for popping in, any comments and happy scrapping.



9 comments:

Lean said...

Love the photo of Reenie so sweet .The cards you made are cool and sweet to.
Thanks for showing your flower also.
Bye bye,Lean

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Such a FUN post!!!! LOVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE the cards and the photos....Missy A's grin is ADORABLE!!!!! And loveeeeeeeeeeeeee how U made those flowers!!!! BEAUTIFUL! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Dawn said...

Holy! You have had a busy week end! ha Love your BLOG and I am so in love with those cutie japanese geisha cards! ADORABLE! And I love your 52 week album idea, that is just an awesome idea that I may have to case.

jacque4u2c said...

Just great! Thanks for sharing the fun with us. My dd loves the LPS too!

Peggy said...

Glad the workshop was a success! Thank you so much for the flower tutorial, I so love it when people share their how-to's.
xxx Peggy

Ann said...

Loving those cards Julie!

Bec said...

Great flower tutorial!

Love the card too! And the pics of Reenie and Asher.
Those cards are gorgeous and yes, all that cutting out would have been worth it!!

byclops said...

1 - LOVE the photo of Reenie
2 - I watched an ad on tv the other night that was for My Little Pet Shop and immediatley thought about Missy A!!!
3 - I have your punch still!!! Will bring it next time we all catch up, but if you want it sooner, please let me know and i'll drop it around to you.

Sandra D said...

Great flowers Julie, and gorgeous cards.