Tuesday, July 21, 2009

You must have been busy!


My friend Kirsty said to me today: You must have been busy as I keep checking your blog and you haven't put any new creations on it! (or words to that effect) Well yes, I have been busy, and I do apologize for keeping my loyal followers waiting.
Remembering that today is Tuesday and I usually spend the day with my friends down at Memories on the Murray, I made Tracey's latest project for UStamp with Dawn and Friends. Tracey is a New Zealand Stampin' Up demonstrator. This is a cute Stationery Purse. It holds 4 cards and envelopes.

The colors used are Basic Gray and Baja Breeze. DSP is from the Urban Garden Collection - a beautiful assortment of double sided papers. The flower brads for the front and the brads for the handles at the top were some that I have had in my stash for awhile.

The stamp sets that I have used for this project are One of a Kind and Pocket Silhouettes.

It is very upbuilding when the girls ask who is going to receive this project, as I think that they would all like it. I wish they had their own blogs to share the wonderful creations and scrap book pages that they made today.

Until next time, have a great day or night, where ever you may be.

8 comments:

Sue said...

WOW Lainee this turned out gorgeous!!! I love it. You are soooo talented and your projects are all wonderful. Keep impressing me! I'll be back to see what else you create. TFS

Donna Maria said...

Ohhhh this is too cute Lainee.... You will have to show me how you made this one! See you Thursday! Xx

Crafty Dawn said...

Love this lainee the colours are wonderful but the design is WOW! how yummy

Love Dawn xx

Tracey Old said...

Now I must say your blog is great!! I don't know what you look at when you see it, are you sure you don't need glasses.lol. I love your recreation of my stationary purse its fantastic. Thanks for adding my name and link to my blog:)

kriket said...

Elaine it turned out sensational. love the embellishments you used. hope you are well catch up with you later.
Kirsty

kriket said...

by the way Jason had a look as well. He thinks it looks great and your very clever.

Sue said...

Hi Elaine, thank you so much for your encouraging comments on my blog. Glad you see you were my first follower! WOW I just love what you've done to your blog, it looks fabulous!!! Keep up the great work and you are starting to get the hang of the blog stuff real easy by the looks of it. I love it.

debbi taylor said...

I love these colours! they look great together x