Hellooooo! Is anyone still out there?
Gads, I thought it was time I should check in. You’re all looking positively sparkly today 😉 We’re going full speed, head on, into Valentines at Urban Scrapbook. There’s been a number of cards and projects made.
Along with our monthly Page Kit Challenge and decorating the store, we’ve been busy, busy. If you’re in the Edmonton area, please stop in to say hi, we’d love to see you!
The store floor plan has changed too……a few times actually, ha! But as Mary Poppin’s say’s, “in every job that must be done, there’s an element of fun”. True that Mary! Just look at all the fun I’ve had in the Boom-Room….
From that giant mess, came this little charmer. A fashion statement made from vintage inspired papers by Kaisercraft. Each designed to be worn as ‘Sunday Best’ and sporting a wee parasol. Do you remember when you had clothes just for Sunday?
I took inspiration from a project in Somerset Holidays and Celebrations issue.
I made a template for the dress and hand cut each. I thought papers with small flower prints worked best for my project but any paper you love will do. Or how about old book pages? The fun part is decorating each in a unique way. I used Liquid Pearls by Ranger and Rhinestone’s by Kaiser, buttons, found gems and lace.
After dying white tulle with Lindy Spray to match the paper, it was sewn onto the skirt back. The cute parasol is a Memory Box Die Cut. If you’d like to make your own Sunday Best Banner, please email me and I’ll be happy to share my template. I had so much fun dressing them up.
Here it is decorating the front door at Urban Scrapbook. It’s so exciting being part of this team!
It seems to be a hit. I’ll get to use it next month to decorate for a Bridal shower at my house. Other than that, every little thing is perfectly aqualicious, so do Keep Calm and Boomdee On!