Wednesday, 26 October 2011

A Door Plaque and Some Cartons

Cor I did not want to get up this morning! Zac got up in the early hours and snuggled in with us, misleading me into thinking it was almost time to get up. So by the time I'd forced myself awake - I looked at the clock and it was 3am. Of course then I couldn't get back to sleep, until the alarm was due to go off anyway. Grrr. Still it's a lovely sunny day, my boys are playing with their Thomas stuff and we're waiting for one of my teamies Louise to arrive with her little baby Grace.

In the meantime, here are some more projects made using the Nursery Nest Product suite:


I made the chipboard door sign using the backing card out of the Quick Accents packet - nothing goes to waste! Covered it with Nursery Nest paper and inked up letters from On Board Alphabet Soup. Just added a strip of numbers from the Quick Accents pack and then added an owl using the Owl Builder Punch and glued on some googley eyes.

Then, three matching Mini Milk Cartons made using the Big Shot die in Blushing Bride, Pear Pizzaz and Marina Mist. The little owl is one of the stamps in the Aviary set - which I have madly fallen in love with!

I have a stall at an outdoor craft market tomorrow in Carlton Hill, Nottingham, wrap up warm and come to visit me please!

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3 comments:

  1. These look even better IRL! Fabby project.

    There must've been something in the air this morning. Sweet Cheeks came in with me at God Damn O'Clock too!

    Have a lovely day today and a great day tomorrow. :)
    xxx

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  2. Fab projects. I do love the mini milk carton - I will invest in it one day! :)xx

    PS: I used a Woodware punch for my holly leaves, and no I won't be on the TV, I couldn't cope with that! Just making some card samples for the craft shows!

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  3. These mini milk cartons are too cute & I'm loving that door sign too :) Hope you are well Victoria, love Steph xxx

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