Wednesday, July 30, 2008
So here are a few notebooks that I finished last night, and yes they have Bellas on them. ;) This first one I made for my 4 year old niece. She picked out the paper on her own. I think it is from K&Company but I am not positive. Then she squealed when I showed her the Tinkerbella stamped image. Shhh....don't tell anyone but I have the same reaction. The primas are from the Prima Calypso tin collection, Costa Bright. The chipboard letters are from K&Company. I also added stickles to the stamped image. I made this second notebook for Caitlin. She has quite a few child safe websites that she plays on...like Webkinz and Build-a-Bear...that she needed a notebook to write down her passwords, usernames and website particulars. So I created this for her. The stamped image is Clickabella (I received her from a Bella stamped image swap...which is where most of my Bellas come from as I only own a handful...for now) and the background paper is from K&Company, called Sparkly Sweet Blue Paisley Glitter. I used the same collection of primas that were mentioned in he above notebook. I added tabs from my SU round tab punch.
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Here are a few highlights:
1) Statue of Liberty in front of New York New York.
2) Regretfully we did not take a picture of how this looks all lit up at night. Gorgeous!
3) Our gondolier. He was extremely funny and encouraged us to smooch often. Which we TOTALLY did...much to the dismay of some little boy that we happened to share the ride with.
4) Outside photo of the Venetian.
5) Indoor fountain garden at the Bellagio.
7) Excalibur at night.
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
The notebook is a composition notebook that I bought from the Walmart. Right now you can buy two notebooks for $1. The stamp is a Bella Stamp called "Huggybella". The patterned paper is from K&Company. It's called Sparkley Sweet Giant Paisley. The primas are from the Prima Calypso Tins, Costa Bright. I love these primas. They are so brightly colored and you get so many in the tin. I can't recall who makes the chipboard letters but if you can't tell from the pic, they are sparkly. I love ALL things sparkly!!
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
I made this little notebook for Brittany to keep track of all her tools and supplies that she is acquiring for her new found passion.
Monday, July 14, 2008
So here it is, her very first cake. Isn't it just too cute?! She did such a good job and we think she has quite the talent for it. It also tastes as good as it looks.
I am helping her out with a blog of her own so that she can showcase her cakes as she makes them. So if you have a sweet tooth you may want to check out her blog listed to the right under "Brittany".