- I used large chipboard from a mini album at Michaels. It first looked like a bear because of the small ears. So I punched large circles in black cardstock and outlined them with a white pen and adhered them over the smaller ''ears'' so that the ears looked more like Mickey's.
- I used a Provocraft die cut for the palm trees and Mickey.
- I embossed the trees.
- I used different ribbons I had on hand in red, black and white to continue with those colours in the album.
- The alphas are Cosmo Cricket.
- Throughout the album you will see some Mickey Mouse heads in different colours. These are paint swatches from the paint store.
- The circles were either punched with my Fiskars, CTMH, Martha Stewart, $$$ store punches and Sizzix die cut circles.
- The album was inked also with Stampin'Up Soft Suede ink.
- the red circles are red bingo chips.
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
These are items I donated for the craft sale on Friday at L'Hôpital Georges Dumont here in Moncton.
I brought a big lot of cards, bags and ... to be sold at the L'Hôpital Georges Dumont on Friday. They annually have this sale, and because I am volunteering my decorating talents to them I decided to give them some items to sell. I gave them over 100 items for their sale. The volunteer department ladies were very happy to receive them. Anxious now to see how they will make out with these.
Today after running errands, I came home to find a box from The Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine. They were returning my Christmas ornament which will be featured in the winter issue! Very excited and can't wait for the issue in my mailbox! Have a look when you buy your issue!
A couple of blankets that we received this week for Project Linus.
Finally completed my 1st blanket for Project Linus! I added a ladybug to the blanket of course:-) Even though I have a couple of ladies from my church who have contributed a dozen blankets for our Project Linus(handmade blankets made for children ages 0-18 years of age for the Moncton City Hospital and Hôpital Georges Dumont, this was my first! All blankets get a tag to say that these blankets are donated with love from Project Linus volunteers. Here I am with our guiding leader Janet at our Shediac meeting this week.
Sunday, November 14, 2010
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