Friday, 21 August 2009

Bubbly Funk kit catch up....

I don't know what has happened but I haven't posted last weeks Bubbly Scrumptious makes........anyway first things first here is today project......

An altered card and box using K&Co's Madeline papers and some cute K&Co vintage ephemera.

The lovely chipboard alphas are from Making Memories and were part of the August Kit.

I added a couple of shrink plastic tags......using an opaque plastic that you can bend the rules with!!

The altered box was covered in K&Co Madeline paper and I used A Hero Arts ribbon stamp to stamp on the ribbon!! This stamp was also in the kit...how generous is that!!


More yummies...this box will be even better when it is full of proper yummies....biscuits or chocolates.....yum yum! I wish I was the recipient!!

Last week I made..........an 11x8.8inch layout and a 6x12.




As you can see Augusts kit is all about the little bits and pieces.....there are dozens of embellishments. I love this Vulcanol can.........and the chipboard journaling shapes are to die for too!
Love and lost time
Ruth xxx

14 comments:

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

wow! what great projects you shared! it does look like a great kit!

Didelis said...

Ruth, this is great! look at my blog Roses please.

Lean said...

Wauwwwwwww great projects you made.Love it.
bye bye,Lean

Sue Abbott said...

The box is yummy empty, let alone full!!!!! I wouldn't be able to part with it!
Sue x

Karen said...

All of these prjects are beautiful Ruth but the covered box is my favourite....I can imagine that filled with beautifully wrapped chocolates!!! HUGS XXX

LazyKay said...

Lovely lovely box and great pages!

xxxxxxxxx

alina said...

You have a wonderful blog, beautiful creations, I have enjoyed the visit!
Hugs, Alina

Anonymous said...

Hi
I am the very lucky recepient of Ruths box and I love it, it's beautiful but just cannot keep all the fab things she makes me soooo I have a very dear friend who's birthday it is Friday.I have been to Thorntons and bought some loose chocs
(luckily I have some cellophane) so I can wrap them and share in my beautiful gift. You're such a thoughtful daughter in law Ruth, lu xxx
you clever crafter

Helén said...

Thanks for your nice comment on my blog! I've looked around and you have posted some amazing work on your blog! I'll definitely come back for more! :)

Elly said...

Great creations! I love the card and matching box. The Hero Art ribbon stamp is gorgeous! Have a nice and creative week!
Hugs, Elly

Raewyn aka whinney said...

Hi Ruth,
Raewyn here (Whinneys Whims) just to let you know I am flattered you want to tell your scrapping friends how I created my stitched flourish. Go for it!

idelangle said...

très très jolie réalisation, j'aime beaucoup le style et les couleurs , merci beaucoup pour ton gentil commentaire sur mon blog cela me touche beaucoup
amitié
isabelle

Micayla said...

You have done it again woman................I cannot believe what gorgeous creations you come up with! I am lost for words. That frame is gorgeous as is that ribbon, I really need some money for a trip to Tillys!! Maybe after Christmas for me now.
Take care xx

Vibeke said...

I love your style!!:)