Well, it's been a while. I promise I have a good excuse for the being the worlds worst ever blogger. A lot has changed and gone on in the last 6 months - but hopefully now thing's are settling down, the studio has started to be used again, so that is definately a good sign! As some of you may have noticed, I am no longer designing for Simon Says Stamp: although I had a wonderful time working with them, my international move took longer than anticipated and I didn't have access to my stash, so I decided to leave the team. I do have some good news, however. Last year, I got a random email asking me whether I would be interested in being on a Design Team to make some samples for TV shows. Although the timing for me at that moment wasn't great, I decided to go ahead and ask for a bit more information. I didn't hear anything for a couple of months - but early this year Sheena Douglass got in touch to see if I would still be interested. Anyway, I was, and have started on the team this week! Sheena is launching a rather special product line this Friday on Create and Craft TV at noon. The show is called Paint Fusion, so tune in if you want to see what all the fuss is about, and to see what the team and I have been burning the midnight oil to create :).
Anyway, back to the post...
This is an envelope mini album that I'm working on. I've used 7 Gypsies Victoria on this project, along with some good helpings of Tim Holtz dies and products, Liquid Pearls and Prima pearls. The butterfly is something I found in my local craft store, Two Cats Crafts.
Every page is also a large pocket, which contains a large photo mat. Under each flap there is also another tag for journalling, ephemera, etc.