Monday, August 1, 2011

My Gorgeous Big Girl :)

Some projects using the lovely Blae and Ivy collection from Kaisercraft

A super quick and easy card. I absolutely LOVE the grey/cream polka dot paper behind the sentiment here, and also the cream paper with the gorgeous blue doily detail. Two new favourites!

And my new thing to do...spend a little time decorating the inside of the card...this IS where most non-cardmakers who receive our cards spend most of their time looking ;)

And a LO about my big girl,. I love the doily rubon that I used in the top corner of the photo...I also love that the collection comes with a clear stamp in this very design! I can see it becoming a go-to stamp! I already have plans for it for my little sister's wedding invitations ;)

My Natty, the one who made me a mum :)
I can't believe how quickly she is growing up!

And she's getting so very gorgeous too!
So proud of her!

She had an anxious week last week as she waited for her report card to be mailed to us. Not anxious because she was worried, but anxious it was taking so long to show up! She did SO well. She's a clever little cookie my big girl :)


Felicity said...

they are the most gorgeous photos on Natalie :)) yep.. look out boys!
Great page and card of course.
enjoy your week x

Kate said...

beautiful kirst you really should submit more of your stuff to mags, you do such a beautiful job xo

Sweet Tea said...

Pretty little Natty!!

Alanna said...

Beautiful as always Kirsty! I love the card, and what a great idea to decorate the inside. I might just have to spend that little extra time making the inside special :)

Love that LO as well, love how you've put the rubon on the photo! It looks stunning. The papers look great with the black and white photos and your DD is indeedly gorgeous!

Tanya Tahir said...

Beautiful, Kirsty! I love the grey, it looks so pretty and I love your idea about decorating the inside of the cards too ;)

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Anonymous said...

Gorgeous layout Kirsty and love the idea of the photos overlapping

Kerryn said...

Beautiful work Kirsty!!