Unique for you
Unique for you

Work in progress

This album currently has no name.

Each page is being worked individually, inspired by some of the best craft blog challenges on the web:

  • More than words challenge
  • Lindys Colour challenge

At 7x5 it is a deluxe album with fabric cover in portrait orientation.

More than words March challenge

Word Inspiration - BEAUTIFUL
Creative Challenge - BUTTERFLY


What does the word BEAUTIFUL inspire you to create?  You can choose to use the word somewhere on your project or simply be inspired by it.  Please explain in your blog post how the word inspired you, if not already obvious.

For many, butterflies are the emblem of beauty and freedom. There are over 20,000 species in the world and each one is as pretty as the next. For this month's challenge, we ask that you add a BUTTERFLY, 
or as many as you wish, on your project.


Our love is Beautiful


Love is the most beautiful thing is the world, in fact some say it even makes the world go round.  Isnt that just beautiful?


This multi layered page has a colour theme of pinks and blues with a gold oval frame to contrast with all the angles.


Burgandy and red floral elements add a tactile element.

Lace, gems and gold microbeads add a touch of luxary.

The beautiful little butterfly from Little B has glitter edged wings and a gem body.

Lindys Gang March 2017 colour challenge:

Cosmopolitan Pink

Cape Cod coral

Kissin Kenicte Coral

Merci Beaucoup mint

Clam bake beige

Postcard 1

This postcard sits in the delicate pocket of the album.

The large photo is beautifully embellished with floral's, texture and micro beads.


Sometimes I struggle to get a perfect colour combination. As the main colour theme of the album is a blue green teal, this Lindys colour challenge was absolutely perfect to make this first postcard in the album a real stunner and hint at what is to come.


The background and layering are coloured using Lindys starburst Clam bake beige.

The flowers are in both Cosmopolitan Pink and Kissin Kenicte Coral.

The snipart shape is coloured with Lindys Merci Beaucoup mint magical pigment powder.

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