Friday, 30 December 2011

One Word!

The theme this week at LIM is to use just one word. My choice is BABY. I have used the free gift from The clipart fairy Which is the gorgeous gingham alphabet and numbers. The lovely digi image is from the Digi Doodle Shop and can be found HERE finished off with just with three small pearls in the corner.

Thursday, 22 December 2011


Just a quickie this week as you can imagine.... Busy busy busy preparing for Christmas which is only days away. But just can't NOT devote 10 mins to our LIM challenge
Aperture cut out with cuttlebug bauble and sheet music placed behind it. Easy to do........I just might do a few more like this for next year.

Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Just when I thought I could concentrate on Christmas

In came some last minute orders. I managed to do four yesterday and another this morning. Now off to do some shopping.... the fridge and the freezer are nigh on empty!!

Sunday, 11 December 2011

And I thought I had finished all my Christmas Cards!

Oh well I have an early start for next year........
Chrissie and Mandi's fault over at LIM. They have set this week's challenge as "Let it Snow"

I decided I would make a tree from a snowflake font called WWFlakes... there are loads of flakes on this download a different one for each of the letters of the alphabet PLUS a different one for each lower case.

I thought I would graduate the size of the flakes to give it a bit more dimension and add a pearl here and there. The sentiment is also computer generated.

I have added this as a freebie if anyone would like it, but please don't share it...... If you know someone who would like it please direct them to my blog.

Saturday, 3 December 2011

Week 44 at Lim is Colour Green

Doesn't time fly.........week 44 already at LIM. The theme this week is Colour and Mandi and Chrissie have chosen the colour green....................I must admit it is my favourite colour. I have chosen to do a scroll backgound with a hanging heart, which almost looks like a bauble. I printed this one out twice and covered it with glossy accents to give it a gloss, and hung it on some green ribbon.