Saturday, March 20, 2010

Spring Paper projects

This Easter Egg Hunt layout was done a few years ago. I just love the colors and the details. I especially love the mini Easter baskets with all the tiny mini eggs. I loved having this egg hunt with my granddaughters. We had so much fun that day with all our family members.  It was a great family reunion

This was a project I did last week. I made fifty of those little boxes for a church women's organization called Relief Society.  I just love the way these look in this basket. These little boxes have a magnet on the back to attach to the refrigerator. A poem and quote are in each one. 
Okay, this seriously was a quick thought. I was going to go visit my friend to pick something up and see her new creative space. I whipped this up to take to her, because I knew she would like the vintage feel. We just like the same things.  Wow her creative space is great and she has the most wonderful old hats and demonstrator dealer shoes from the 1920's.  And I was right, she did love her little Easter decoration.  Happy Easter to all!
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  1. Hi Michelle...Sorry abiut the delay in writing to you...Thankyou for your lovely words that you left on my blog...I have loved walking through both of your blogs....I love your vintage pieces...My own home is fairly modern but scattered throughout are vintage pieces that have been handed down to me or pieces that I have restored myself...I love your style...all your layouts are great, your love of the art definately shines through. Take Care and have a Lovely Day...Nicole

  2. Hi Michele,
    yes i made the wreath around my head :)
    your scrapbook pages are so inspiring! I have barely started getting into it and now i cant wait til' easter comes so i can do a page like this one :) have a great week!

  3. Hi Michele! Where do you get all of your lovely diecuts? Do you have a machine? Which one would you recommend that has the prettiest dies? I like swirls and things that can be used many times, not so much things that are used for just a few times. With the dies so expensive, I try to be sure that I'll have many uses for them.

    Thank you!

  4. Hi Michelle,

    I just wanted to let you know I've been exploring your blog and everything about it - your creations, your craft room, etc - is just lovely!

    I added myself as a follower and will be adding you to my Inspirations links at Create With Joy. Please stop by when you have a moment - I'd love to get to know you better, and I'd be delighted if you joined my family of Kindred Spirits as well!

    Ramona :-)

  5. Michele, thank you for posting about the Quickutz handheld. I am going to look for them. I keep looking at the expensive one too! *sigh* One of these days maybe I'll invest in one!

  6. Hey Michele, finally paid your paper blog a visit and is breathtaking. So much eye candy and inspiratation. Love everything above, especially Easter LO, my fav time of the year. Colors so capture what I think of for the holiday and the magic. Will sign up as follower. Big Hugs, LinLin