Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Blog Candy & LLC "Anything Goes"


THIS IS SO EXCITING because I haven't shared anything like this project for a long time.  My post is so picture heavy but it's worth it when you get to the end I PROMISE cuz there's


This week at LLC Inspiration we had an "Anything Goes" theme so I found this "LOVE" box at Michaels and covered it with the new gorgeous papers "Sofiero" available at LLC.  Oh such soft and feminine papers that are soooo nice to work with!!  When I covered the "LOVE" layer I distressed it all with Momento Cocoa ink. 

Side view - as you can see I added lace around the whole lid, layered up the side with a Magnolia Doohickey, a swirl die cut and handmade shabby flower covered with Frantage. 

The bouquet is built using a Magnolia Shabby chic tuelle rose available at LLC, along with some Kort & Godt white flowers, rolled flowers and some pretty white sprays.  I even snuck in a vintage image from the "Bouquet" tinted images from Grandma's Attic.

I covered some Maya wings with some gesso and the Maya heart with "Shabby Pink" Frantage with a shabby chic seam binding double bow. 

Here I took one of the clock clips and covered that with the "Shabby Pink" frantage.  Boy that stuff works well with metal!!  Those resin hearts from Melissa Frances are soooo pretty too!  Of course I added some Wild Orchid Crafts flowers here and there and a sweet Prima cloth flower.


OK SO!!  I am offering to one lucky person the WHOLE SHABANG!!  Well if you just want the goodies and not the box I'm fine with that.  hee hee

 So now you're wondering what you have to do in order to win one of these great pieces of blog candy.  Well, not much really!!  

JUST leave a comment and email address if you can't be reached by having me reply to your comment.

 If you want to add the picture of my blog to your sidebar or repost to Facebook I'd love that but not necessary to win.  I wanna make it easy!

WHY the blog candy?  Just to say thank you for all of you who leave me comments when you have time.  I know how time consuming it can be but I truly appreciate it!

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