Friday, February 18, 2011

Handmade by Suzanne.


Heres a few LOs created with my DT pack from HANDMADE BY SUZANNE this month. I was lucky enough to receive the beautiful Circa 1934 range from Cosmo Cricket.
These 2 LOs are fairly simple as I found that these papers were great for masculine LOs so I didnt want to fuss it up too much.


Heres a close up of the wooden flourish by Kaiser Craft (available from Handmade by Suzanne) Ive just added some black  and red pearls and coloured part of it with my sharpie pen.


Im not sure how well it shows up in the photo but the card stock on this one is a glitter cardstock by American crafts more Circa 1934 and some Jenni Bowlin alphas all available from
HANDMADE BY SUZANNE.


I loved cutting up these papers to make my own layerd flowers, so much fun and great to add some dimention. Just add some Kindy Glitzs Pearls from Handmade by Suzanne and there you have it.
Before I go I just wanted to let you know about the fantastic sale on at HANDMADE BY SUZANNE.
Its stock take time and
Suzanne has reduced the prices to 30-40% off alot of her awesome stock
and her postage charges are some of the cheapest on the web so nows the time to go shop! TFL.

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10 comments:

Nadia Cannizzo said...

WOW! These are stunning. I also love the Circa 1934 range and even used it on layouts for girls. You have done an awesome job. Love those flowers..

Cheryl said...

Beautiful layouts!! Those flowers look very cool.

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Leanne J said...

OMG wow... these are super amazing..wow.. and that range is definately one of my favs..and OMG i love how you;ve made those flowers... definately going to have to steal that idea.. {thanks in advance}.... wow.. super ..and yum.

Chantal said...

My goodness!!! Your talent is intensely awesome! You have such an amazing style too! Wowee!!! :D

Cathy said...

Beautiful LO's Shell.. love this range of pp's!! Your flowers look fantastic! :)

Kim said...

simply sensational Shell, gorgeous detail and simple touches make for fabulous elegant(even for masculine) pages

Kim Strother said...

I love the Circa 1934 line! You did an amazing job with it! I didn't think to use the paper for flowers as you did. I will be lifting that idea!

Heather Jacob said...

spectacular page!!! your work is so inspiring and brilliant in design and details .. beautiful ... hugz x

Stephanie said...

Beautiful layouts!!!!!

Blossom inch said...

amazing and stunning Shell, thanks for your recent visit and comment on my blog. Those flowers are nice, how you did it?