zondag 31 oktober 2010

Oma (Grandma)

I lost my mojo for making LO's a bit...
This is my first LO since July and I'm not to happy about it. But than again, I started, so that's something.
This is my Grandma, on her birthday, a year before she past away.
I used the awesome Swirlydoos November kit and the design is by Begahuna.

Thanks for looking..

woensdag 13 oktober 2010

Shabby Patchwork 2010

This is one of the projects we did on the cruise with Tim Holtz to New England & Canada.
It's called Shabby Patchwork.

It was SO much fun to do this. All new techniques and ideas.
Thanks for looking!

zondag 18 juli 2010

Beautiful People

These are my DN and his girlfriend photographed by my DH.
The pp's I used are from Paper Studio, 7 Gypsies, & BG.
The texture fades and the flower die are from TH, the tag is from Tattered Angels, the pearl swirl and the little flowers are from Prima.


vrijdag 9 juli 2010

Little Monkey

This is my entry for "I'm a litte vintage" challenge @Swirlydoos

The photo was taken by my DD, he was the most wonderful father, but he didn't know how to make photo's... LOL
On the photo you can see my DS and me @our home.
The LO was based on my DS LO "Christine". Thank you Sis for the inspiration!
My dad always called me 'little monkey' (Dutch translation: apie), so that's the title.


Milan 2010

This is the beautiful Milan, my DN girlfriend.
The photo was taken by my DH during our visit in Houston in March 2010.

This is my entry for the Summer Serenity Sketch Challenge @Swirlydoos
The pp's are from BG Capella. The texture fades are from TH, of course..


zaterdag 26 juni 2010

The Wellinks

These are my DBiL, DN & DN in March 2010.

The LO is a lift from GabrielleP's 'Style Baby'.
I used the TH stack 'Retro Grunge' and some TH texture fades and the Elegant Flourishes die. The metal is from Ten Seconds. The borderpunches are from Martha Stewart and Fiskars.

zondag 13 juni 2010

Artful Curio (©Tim Holtz)

As some of you might know, I'm a huge Tim Holtz fan!
On his site he added some photo's of the most awesome workshop he thought in Scotsdale.
It's called Artful Curio (check it out: http://timholtz.typepad.com/my_weblog/2010/05/index.html)
It's SO INSPIRING I just had to make my own. So I took a wooden box and his awesome new pp's and just 'enjoyed the journey'..
This is the result.