Friday, November 18, 2011

WW1 and out of the Hat

Hey bloggers just have time to do a quick post, before the boys cricket game this arvo.
The First is for Out of the Hat

1. Spots or stripes
2. 2 different punches
3. Make a flower



I made the flower with the the cricut, two different martha stewart punches and some EP stiped paper.

The Second one is for White With 1
White + 1 bright colour + flowers


I love this textured white cardstock. It came up a treat with some 
bright pink paint scraped on it.  And several different flowers, Prima, a sticker flower, & crochet flowers 


Cheers all have a fab weekend. :)

11 comments:

  1. so pretty, love the textured cardstock! Have a fab weekend xx

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  2. The paint on that textured white cardstock is so FAB!!! Love it!!! Super grate!!! Hugs Helene

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  3. Gorgeous! I love these! Wow, Leonie! :D

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  4. Just love what you have done with WW1 layout. Looks Fab. Great. Cheers Di xx
    PS The 1st one is gorgeous too.

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  5. Such pretty layouts Leonie! Love that white textured cardstock too!! I bought quite a few sheets of something like that - it was an old wedding line - just love inking on it too...and I love your flower & crepe ribbon in the top one - and you need to tell us who manufactures that awesome stamp you used :)

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  6. Love that textured white stock, gorgeous layout :)

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  7. sooooooooooooooooooooo beautiful .. texture, layers, paint, and I love that pink ... fabulous .. hugz x

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  8. Wowee woman. Beautiful. Love the texture on the flower in the first and I so want that stamp. Great page.
    And your WW1. You have showecased the carstock beautifully and I just love the photo.

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  9. Aimply beautiful Leonie! I just adore the second layout with the bright pink paint. So striking!
    Hope you have a great week. xx

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  10. Beautiful just love that textureed card ..thanks for playing along at WW1

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  11. Gorgeous layouts! I simply LOVE the WW1 one with the textured background & how you added the paint...brillaint! Beautiful design too! :)

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