On January 9, I hosted a baby shower along with 4 others. My oldest son, Matthew and his girlfriend, Nicole of six years are expecting a baby girl. I ask my sister, Lizzy if she would help me with the centerpieces for the table and this is what she came up with. We ask Nicole if she had any theme in mind, her only request was Pink & Brown.
My sister, Lizzy wrapped 6 box with this really cute tan/polka dot wrapping paper. She added tissue in the boxes and made several pairs of paper shoes, and two little outfits made of paper and created two signs that said "It's a girl's thing" and attached to the gift bags. There was one set (of 3 boxes) on each side of the cake.
She did an awesome job. After the shower we asked Nicole if she wanted to keep the centerpieces. She said she loved them, but with their small house just did not have a place to store them. My Friend, Peggy heard that we were going to throw them away. So she ask if she could have them. A few weeks later, Peggy used parts of the display at her granddaughter's birthday party. The other day Peggy was picking up Chinese food at China Doll for her bible study group. There was a few ladies from China Doll that walked out to help her put all the food in her trunk of her car, when they spotted the centerpieces. They told her it was beautiful and told Peggy how they were looking for decoration for a baby shower for a co-worker. Well Peggy passed this along to the ladies and they are going to use it for the co-workers baby shower. After the shower she said that they would pick it up and use it for future baby shower. Isn't it so neat that my sister, Lizzy created something wonderful and it has been pass on for other to enjoy! Great job, Lizzy
My friend, Patty Suer Provance invited me to join an online group with her - Belle Creations- So far I have just been feeling my way around the place. Well today I took another step and decided to do the image challenge. The image was the picture of the girl. I decided to make two valentine cards. The other images were all colored with copic sketch markers, cut out and some of them were pop-dotted. Use chalk inks to to ink around the card and the image.
Six bunny cards that will be going to a lucky soldier to mail back home to family and friends. I found a bunny image on the internet and resize it to turn it into a greeting card. Then I printed images of bees, butterflies, frogs, jelly beans, and flowers. They were colored with copic sketch markers. My sister, Lizzy helped me color the flower images. Then everything was cut out and some were pop dotted to the front of the card.
I mentioned in an earlier posted that I was doing a series of paintings to hang in my office at work. I have one wall that I am devoting to Mardi Gras. This is going on that wall. I used my stickles to bring some bling to the painting. I outlined the mask in stickles and the yellow dots on the mask has stickles.
This one is one of my creation. I found a outline of a fleur de lis, and then I look for a clip art of the outline of a crab. Took the crab and repeat all of the fleur de lis and then I had to create newspaper.
For not having a picture to copy I think I painted this one really well and in fact this is one of my favorites. I have to stay the challenge I gave myself I think I did pretty well.
In the world of scrapbooking I am known by several different names.
Memorycollector is my name for my online group called "The Crop Room".
Paper Piecing Patty is the name that Garnet (MeMe Cat), and the Scrapping Cats started to call me, and everyone at the Scrapbook Cottage.
The Scrappin Packin Mommas, which is a group of 15 ladies in Harvey, Louisiana that meets once a month to scrapbook. Each of the ladies in the group has a momma name, and they named me Momma 411. The name stuck since I am the resourse person of the group.