Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Good Enough To Eat?

At last I have got round to scrapping this photo of my eldest girly and her very best friend, they were having a sleepover and beauty treatment evening at our house and I think the chocolate face masks were amongst the favourite things they used….how could I NOT take a pic of that!

I made this layout using lush papers from the ‘In Bloom’ range from My Little Shoebox and added a couple of sheets of bazill cardstock. I made the spiral roses and then scrunched them down as I didn’t want them to be too ‘uniform’ and sliced and rolled up the lower border across the page. The title was cut using an old sizzlet alphabet and my lil ol’ Sidekick, then I covered the letters in Glossy accents( it actually looks really nice in real life, almost like an enamel, but I can never seem to capture it in a photo lol)

My Little Shoebox are really lovely quality papers, each range comes with a die cut scalloped edge circle paper, die cuts, and more recently with lovely letter stickers, mini alphas and even some overlays. They are so nice to work with and there are several different themes that they cover, check out the MLS blog. there is some absolutely stunning work on there, so inspirational.

Right, off to do some work on an exciting new venture that I am honoured to be have been asked to be part of….more on that soon. Have a lovely day

…. Warmest Wishes Anita..xxxx


  1. Gorgeous layout Anita and a super photograph - hope L doesn't mind you showing everyone LOL!

    Yes the MLS papers are lush aren't they, shame I am on a stash diet (as far as papers are concerned) until I have used up some of my huge collection of Basic Grey.

  2. Beautiful layout, love your roses and rolled border! :)

  3. This is beautiful Anita, scrummy colours too.

  4. Wow, love it! Photo and papers were made for each other. You're soooooo clever! :)
    Bring it Saturday, would love 2 c it IRL ?

  5. Thanks for all your lovely comments ladies :)
    I can bring it if you would like Linda, sure :).xx

  6. Loving this layout - it's just so perfect... your way of explaining the techniques you use is great too :)

  7. beautiful layout, and yes a photo not to be missed