Saturday, June 5, 2010

Swirlydoos June Kit - Antebellum Beauty

I have been so busy this week that I'm really late posting the reveal of the Swirlydoos June kit - Antebellum Beauty. This month's kit is again uber gorgeous with the beautiful Ella Blue papers, stunning flowers and an abundance of the most amazing embellies. So much to choose from, which makes working with this kit pure pleasure.
This LO showcases a picture of DSD Stephanie. I colored the felt with glimmer mist and the swirls with alcohol ink. The flower is made of fabrics and lace with Tim's Tattered Florals die.

This is my take on the sketch, also provided with the kit. The flower is made of canvas and lace with Tim's Tattered Florals die.

Another photo of DSD Stephanie. I made the flowers from metal.  

This picture was taken last week when I was in The Netherlands for my Mom's 80th birthday. I colored the Dusty Attic gate with teal, brown, gold and silver paint.

I made this with scraps of Ella Blue from the main kit and 7G from the project kit.

This month's project kit is totally fun to make. It is the 7Gypsies Printers Tray plus the 7Gypsies Avignon papers.  The embellies are from 7G, Tim and junk from my stash. The tiny houses are from Collections.

Have a great weekend


Audrey said...

Wow, Bonnie your work is beautiful. I love the colour tones.

Ulla said...

Jissus Bonnie what beatuiful work, every one. I like this kit, and work on it now.

Linda Cain said...

WHAT FABULOUS, fabulous work!!!!!!!
LOVE them all!
Great job, Bonnie!


Cindy Gay said...

Like the postmark stamp, the layout made with scraps of Ellablue, and the layout with your Mom. She looks great.

Jolanda said...

Wauw wat heb je prachtig werk gemaakt de laatste tijd! Ik kom ogen tekort. Je metalen bloemen zijn schitterend en wat je met dat hek hebt gedaan....helemaal geweldig!

Tammy said...

Beautiful work -- each and every one! Thanks for the inspiration.

Pretty Little Things said...

I LOVE all your projects! The blue and brown are just perfect together! Beautiful work as usual!

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