Sunday, March 10, 2013

Christmas from the Philippines

Mom gave me this photo Christmas card that she sent out to friends and family while we were stationed in the Philippines. I used the February Swirlydoos  kit for this one as well.
I added some flowers and bling from past kits as well as my stash. Well, really, the majority of my stash is past Swirly stuff! tfl!

JanJan in January

Been on a roll with this month's kit from Swirlydoos.
Here's an old picture of me that my dad took in January many moons ago.
Added some flowers, leaves, and bling from my stash. All the pp are from the kit. tfl!

Thursday, March 7, 2013

Birthday girl

Another lo using the February Swirlydoos  kit. This picture was in bad shape but I was able to use PSE to fix it up.
Here's the after shot.
And, now here is the lo.
I added some flowers, leaves, and bling from my stash. tfl!

Monday, March 4, 2013

Butterfly Challenge for February

Here's my entry for the monthly butterfly challenge at Swirlydoos. I used a PageMap from February of 2013 as my inspiration for Be Mine.
All the papers are from the February Swirlydoos  kit. I added bling, flowers, leaves and twine from my stash. tfl!

February Sketch Challenge

I used the February sketch from Swirlydoos for this lo of my kiddos back in 2000.
I made my dd's dress. I used to make her dresses for Christmas and Easter. I added some flowers from my stash. tfl!

Sunday, March 3, 2013

January 2013-Round Robin- It's a winner!

Well, I was very excited to learn that the Swirly Girls voted for my lo as the winner for January. This one is now framed and hanging in our newly painted kitchen. Thank you for the honor!
Our Wedding Day
Challenge: scrap something that made you happy in 2012

February 2013- Round Robin

I have been a bad blogger! Too busy to post my recent lo's. And, yes, there have been some. Here is my entry for the Round Robin for February. The challenge was to do things in pairs. I was lifting a lift of a lift of a lift since I was week #4. This was a great Round Robin and always my favorite Swirlydoos' challenge.
I had fun using making my own molds. The turquoise was created from a mold that I made using Amazing Molding putty and Amazing Casting resin. Very easy. The pieces are white when dry and then can be altered to suit any lo. I will def being making more molds so I can have my own resin pieces to add to my lo's. tfl!