Monday, July 05, 2010

Creating for Dragonfly Scrapbooks

Kristy, a friend of ours, from Dragonfly Scrapbooks asked Haylee & I to help her prepare for the Wodonga Craft Alive fair that she attended with her shop over the weekend.

She presented us with a stack of new products and asked us to come up with whatever we could to help promote the new product. Here are what we came up with.


Hokitika made with Ruby Rock it "The Summerhouse" range including PP, buttons, trims and alpha's.











Fun at the park - used My Little Shoebox "Little critture" PP and alphas cut using cuttlebug's Olivia.












Gorgeous girls - My little shoebox "Imginary Friends" PP, Kaisercraft rhinestones and American craft thickers alphas.










Wedding day (photo taken before completed) - BG Cappella PP, Mini Mono alphas, die cut stickers.












Floral bouquet - BG Cappella PP, dies cut stickers, Ribbon doileys, Kaiser Pearls, inks and the vase was made by altering a aluminium beer stubby.






Close up showing the large flowers which has a die cut sticker and it base.





Hanging frame -Kaisercraft 3 frame set, Memento "Petite Princess" & "Impish Girl" PP. WOW chipboard shapes (trees), Tattered angels Glimmer mist, Ruby Rock it "The Summherhouse" alphas (sanded back and covered in glimmer mist), BG Cappella ribbon doileys, Kaiser flowers, kindy glitz.






Treasure tin - Corinthian wafer tin, My little shoe box "Monsters Knocking" PP, Kaisers rhinestones, Making memories mini glimmer alphas, unknown ribbon.










Post cards From New Zealand - Kaisercraft framed album, Ruby Rock it "the Summherhouse" PP, alphas, trims, bitty buttons, unknown ribbons scraps and chipboard tags.


All these products and much much more are available at Dragonfly scrapbooks website (which is my website of the day).










My blog of the day today is Crafting in Croatia . For card makers this is a blog packed full of great ideas and designs from the talented Nina B. I have adopted her quick quilted cards as one of my favourite bases for cards. I hope you find her blog inspirational as well.

3 comments:

Cass said...

Gorgeous projects Gail. :)

Melanie said...

These are all fantastic Gail, I realy love the work with Capella, especially that gorgeous flower bouquet.

Jenny said...

you scrapbooking is lovely!