Sunday, February 7, 2010

I've been creating

and loving it.

Here is what I have done.



The new challenge is up. This month it is a painting called the bath by Mary Cassatt and when I first seen it I knew just what pics I was going to scrap.


When I was doing my xmas card photo shoot out back I got Missy to sit on an old upturned bath under Missy's tree in the backyard. It used to be in my Nan's backyard and we do have intentions of doing something with it but not too sure just what yet.
At the moment it has a few of Missy's treasure sitting on it and hanging from the tree are a few treasures as well. I gave her some scrap ribbon and card today and she took them out side and created away. Tied the ribbon to the card and then hung it in the tree next to an old little bike bag that has been hanging in it for a year or more.

I have used paint on a butterfly from the Vintage butterfly set the Art nouveau corner and ink on the 1800 script background stamps from Purple Onion. Thanks for the inspiration Missy Mandy. I so love the effect you create with paint and stamps.


Purple Onion

I have done up a few valentine cards for the Purple Onion blog. This one went up during the week.

Love U.

I used a heart from the Doddled hearts set.

Make sure you pop in as there have been some really sweet samples posted from the other girls.


Lime Tart

Philippa sent me out some Prima felt leaf sprays to do a product challenge with. Here is what I did.

On the first one I used it as it was and layered some Prima vines sprays over it.

Tramp fun.

and on the second one I shabbied it up a little by swiping it with some texture paste and ink.

Our garden angel.


52 weeks

A few of you have been asking about the finished album and in one word all I will say is


Now to either find some bigger jump rings or tie it up with some ribbons.


I friend from work is leaving to go and live in Tassie. After making a card for all the girls to sign for Tam, who got engaged recently I made another one for Ally.

Have fun spreading your wings.


Just scrapbooking

I finally got around to scrapping a layout for my next heritage class. Jordie and Lou asked if I wanted to take it over for a while and thought I would give it a go.

Here is the class layout I will be teaching next Sunday.

Picnic Antics.

and this is next months one.

Sitting pretty.

Well if you have all stayed around till the end. Thanks.

Till next time thanks for popping in, any comment and happy creating.


Shimano (aka Christine) said...

So gorgeous Julie, thanks for sharing. xx

zandra said...

Wow, you have been busy! You have such a great style.
Hugz, Z

Lean said...

thit you lock your self up in the scraproom[lol]wauw so many lovely work again.
bye bye,Lean.

jacque4u2c said...

You have been on a roll!!!!! these are just fantastic!

Jocelyn said...

Oh have been busy....WOW....stunning creations...I ADORE THEM ALL!!!

Have a wonderful INSPIRE ME!!!

Peggy said...

oh wow, you have been creating LOL, so many lovely pages for us to admire! I love them all Julie, but that first one has to be my favorite, I so love the look of all that green paint.
xxx Peggy

aussiescrapper said...

Wow you have been super busy, I just love your style, the layout for Artistic of little one on the upturned bath is just gorgeous and the book you made, wowsers, the cards are truly inspirational, clever lady.....

Kirsty said...

Gorgeous!!! Every time I visit I want to sit and inspirational!

Antonella Ryan said...

These are beautiful Julie!!

sharon Ong said...

wow! So many inspirational things to look at! Thank you for sharing. You got my scrapping juices going.

Leanne said...

Gorgeous work Julie...I especially love your heritage layouts :)

Moonie said...

What can I say..... simply beautiful work Julie.... keep it coming!!! Love it x Lisa

Sarah aka Byclops said...

Chunky indeed!!!!

Sandra D said...

Amazing work Julie. All I can say is 'wow'. You are such a talented lady - always in awe of your work.

Chloe said...

Love your card for Purple Onion! So sad those alphas have been discontinued tho.

I was drooling over next month's Heritage LO when I was writing up the timetable the other day. It is a truly beautiful page!

Pia said...

woooow what a beautiful layouts, lovely details and colours

Maria said...

Julie your layouts are just stunning, remember when you gave the girls a link to your vie tutorial, can I get it again.....
I so want to learn how to make some....