Tuesday, 18 September 2012

A couple of projects I was asked to do..

You might like to hop on over to this blog Variations Creatives to see 2 projects i made that went onto their blog recently

Project 1: Phone Box Kids.
The step-outs for this project are here

Project 2: Flower Tag
The steps outs for this tag are clear to see here:

Do go and take a look and leave a comment for them if you have a minute. The instructions are all in French, but there are loads of step out pics, so you'll get the hang of it!

The weeks is zooming by. I have priced up a load of new stuff for Ally Pally this coming weekend!...I'm getting very excited!!



Helen said...

these look fab, off to try out my school girl French (and it's a very long time since I was a school girl!!) See you Saturday, can't wait!

Miriam said...

Gorgeous! Love those colours. Popping over to test my French now!

Minxy said...

Gorgeous project, unfortunatly i wont get to see all your new goodies as i'm unable to attend ally pally due to my health again :( But hope you and Lin have a fab time xx will miss ya both

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

The colors combinations of both art works are fascinating, love this style very much.
Hugs Anja

flutterbycrafter said...

Both these are fabulous, love them

Kate Yetter said...

Loved looking at these tutorials. Great pics to follow along. Beautiful projects!!

butterfly said...

Those are so beautiful - amazing colours, so subtly translucent, and I love how the photo just blends into its background... LOVE them both!
Alison x

Jennie Atkinson said...

Two absolutely stunning projects. I really want to know more, but my French is non-existent! I will have to study the photographs and start experimenting!

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