Hello and welcome to Crafty Kayes Room. I enjoy cardmaking, scrapbooking, off the page and miniatures. I would like to share some of my projects with you. I hope that you enjoy your time here and will visit again soon.
This is one of my entries onto the Royal Queensland Show.
I have made it from a tutorial by April from Craftknife Chronicles.
I was thrilled to find out it had won 2nd prize in the Off the Page Scrapbooking class.
Warning ...lots of photos
I really want to show you all the different sides to this wonderful structure. Although it took a long time to make I really enjoyed it.
The papers are from a Tim Holtz pad.
The side panel slides out and I chose to make my shadow box into a miniature house
I made this loaded envelope for my daughters birthday.
It is the first of what I think will be many because I have a feeling they could become very addictive. It is also a great way to use up lots of bits and pieces from your stash.
The paper I used is mainly Kaisercraft and all the embellishments are a mixture of items form my collection.
This is the front of the envelope.
I made 3 chipboard tags and covered and decorated them.
I also decorated 3 different sized envelopes and added some money and other goodies to them.
This is a DL sized envelope and I attached 2 pairs of crystal earrings to a card to go inside this one.
I had read somewhere that you are supposed to add a rosette on a stick into your loaded envelope ...I am really not sure why know so I made a rosette using a Tim Holtz die and added it to a ribbon covered straw and another to a paper doily. I also made the paper clips just by gluing embellishments onto them
This is the back of the envelope
I hope you have enjoyed seeing my loaded envelope and thanks for visiting my blog this week