Thursday 30 August 2012

Day 24: Tea Time with four generations

Hey bloggers,

With my list in tow, I grabbed the 'tea time' pictures and found some Fancy Pants paper that matched perfectly... I love these pictures.  It just cracks me up and definitely will be some time to look back on later in life. Although, Aunt Darleen went a little crazy that day, it was nice to sit down with the four generations of girls after we left our great grandmother's 100th birthday party... Too bad she wasn't there to join us in five generations.

Materials Used: FancyPants Baby Mine, Summer's End and School's Out collections, SU Attic Boutique tags, Webster's pages Silhouettes, Jolee's French boutique buttons, BG alphabet letters, Lilybee letters and SU paper piercing mats, SU crumb cake ink and SU chocolate chip marker.

Ohhhh, I had a new to toy to play with and I have to say its a new favorite... I still don't have my new sewing machine out of the box yet so I thought I would try these out. You'll notice the final details of teeny tiny holes going around the border of the layout. It's the new paper piercing packs from Stampin Up.  (And yes, I am bias... butttt... I love it!!)  To get this look all you have to do is line up the grids, put the paper piercing mat underneath your paper and grab your paper piercer - then... start piercing!! Normally I would say you don't need the extras but I highly recommend you to buy the new paper piercer as it ensures that the depth of each hole is the same, which gives it the similar look.  I tried the old one but it was too big.  To get a closer look... check it out!!
See you tomorrow!

1 comment:

  1. Ooh, I didn't get the paper piercing mat! It's a great detail though. Lovely page.