Thursday, March 31, 2011

C'est Magnifique!!

Here's a lovely little project for you! I made this wall-hanging with some of my very favorite products (at the moment!)
Close To My Heart's 6x6 accordian album, our Magnifique paper packet, and the Bohemian alphabet stamp set.

 Oh, how I love the Magnifique paper...three gorgeous blues, add in the warm brown and swirly, flowery patterns...even peacocks and feathers! I just can't get enough of it. Maybe I'll share a couple Magnifique layouts next. hmmm....
 I digress...so, this is my workshop for April!! I love it so much! Scrapping friends who are close - come and make one for yourself - or make two and give one away. Email me for more info.
 For those who are visiting from far away - I'd love to know if you create mostly scrapbook pages and cards, or do you also venture into the world of mini-books and altered items? I really didn't start making things like this until I had kids and wanted to give small gifts to family and friends. Now I love to make them!

5 comments:

Ginger said...

hello Rachel! Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog :) I started with Stampin Up then moved on to scrapbooking, now I am creating more art journals and just recently took the She Art class with Christy Tomlinson so have been dabbling with mixed media art and loving it!

humel said...

Oh, that's *pretty!* :-)

I love to dabble in 'other stuff' - I make minibooks, ATCs, art journal pages, altered items.... I like to experiment!!

kimosabescraps said...

Hi Rachel... thanks for visiting my blog.
I got my start in cardmaking and scrapbooking through Close to My heart.. back in the day! lol
wow, a musician... that is very cool... the background is free you can get it at Graphics Fairy.. there is a link on my blog in the sidebar ;)
She has great free vintage images for download too!

VernellC said...

Great idea! I actually started out as a card maker and then added scrapbooking. I also love doing altered arts, mini books, playing with paint and inks...you get the idea lol! BTW thanks for stopping by my blog :)

Angelfish said...

I love the colour palette you have used for your wall hanging. I've just bought a whole bunch of cotton yarn in similar colours, to crochet a blanket.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing your list of 5 with me:)
Fiona x