Oh My Darlings and Use The Whole Package card *Pixie Dust*
Hi all! I'm back to share some morePixie Dust Paperie goodness! It is so FUN to be able to share ALL the different ways you can use this September Tecolote kit! You can go from rich and warm...to soft and romantic...and to OH MY DARLING! Would you just look at these papers:
The papers along with that fabby baker's twine create a DARLING banner! I think they are the perfect complement for my darling grandchildren. The wonderful tags and cute, cute, cute rubon adds just the right amount of detail:
I know if you create with this kit you'll be looking at your creation and saying...
ohhhhhh myyyyy DARLING, too!
Now I have a little tip for you all...have you ever thought to use the packaging that embellishments come in as part of your creations? Well, I'm here to tell you that you absolutely CAN and SHOULD use the packaging of the embellishments that come with the Pixie September Tecolote kit. Not only can you use the LOVELY Prima roses that come in the kit:
but take a close look at the packaging they come in (it is the beautiful "paper" with the roses here)...LOVELY...Cut it down to size and you've just given yourself more cardstock to work with!:
You'll have layer upon layer of the wonderful fabulousness that comes with this kit on your projects:
So look closely at all the goodies you have and use ALL of the lusciousness you can...including the packaging! Hope your day if PERFECT today! Hugs, Cheryl
“Anyone who imagines that bliss is normal is going to waste a lot of time running around shouting that he’s been robbed. The fact is that most putts don’t drop, most beef is tough, most children grow up to just be people, most successful marriages require a high degree of mutual toleration, most jobs are more often dull than otherwise. Life is like an old time rail journey…delays…sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling burst of speed. The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride.” ― Gordon B. Hinckley