Sunday, 25 January 2009

Oldies but Goodies!

I have had a good day today taking photos and hopefully you'll be impressed. My craft room has a window at each end of it. I would post a photo of it but its not very tidy, EVER!!!! Anyway, having these windows allows a lot of natural light through, which I think is good, coz it means I don't have to go outside in the freezing cold weather. As a way of posting most days, despite working full time and not always being able to craft at night, I thought I would use some of my old projects.

Here's the first. I love making mini scrap books. These little creations make great presents, particularly for my daughter's ballet friends.

This Little book was created using Lili of The Valley die cut Fairy Collection.
If anybody out their has never used their products you should. They are simple images, which I love.
I created this book from The Sizzix Album Cover and Album Pages dies, I thought at first they were too small, but they were perfect.
Lili's Fairy are a group of Fairies, obviously, which live in The Lane, Thistledown Meadow and each have their own characters. Their creator, Laila Anbergs, wrote about these gorgeous little fairies, then made them in to die cut shapes.
Each page of my book is devoted to one character. I used the sheet which is provided with each order of these sheets and typed their descriptions on the computer. I then printed these off and used them as the basis for each page. Each Fairy has their own colour too, co-ordinating papers are also available.

This is Scarlet,







and last but not least, Sky!

They are so cute,
everyone who received a book just fell in love with them!
Let me know what you think, Bye!


  1. Absolutely beautiful, what a lovely gift. Any little girl would be delighted to receive something as lovely as those!


  2. Wow this is lovely, looks like it took a lot of work which is nice sometime, something to get your teeth into, so to speak !!
    Sarah-Jane x

  3. These are the most delightful mini albums I've ever seen - absolutely adoreable! xxx


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