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Friday, 5 June 2009

Urban Oasis & a couple of chooks!!

I've been having fun making afew things using the gorgeous Urban Oasis Double Sided Papers. This card has to be one of the quickest & easiest I have ever made ......
Stampset: Occasional Greetings
Card: Sahara Sand, Whisper White, Urban Oasis DSP
Ink: Basic Gray
Accessories: Button Bouquet, Twine

I totally CASEd this layout from splitcoast stampers ( ETA: Oooh just found this on Delys blog, she has some awesome scrapbooking)- loved it as soon as I saw it! I'm so happy to be finally getting some scrapbooking done, it feels good.

Stampsets: Defining Alpha, Jumbo Outline Alpha
Card: Urban Oasis DSP, Confetti White
Inks: Basic Gray
Accessories: Lace Edge Border Punch, Daubers, Distressing Tool, Stamp-A-Ma-Jig

When we moved into town we didn't bring all our chooks with us. I wasn't really worried, but my hubby decided we should get some more. I told him I didn't want as many as we used to have, so he brought home 1 rooster, 2 hens & 7 chickens *roll eyes* I was thinking more along the lines of 2 or 3 ....... I guess it's less than the 20 we had on the farm!


lzilulu said...

By the look of that will have twenty chooks before you can blink!!

Hi said...

Love the card but really love the scrapbook page. What a fantastic photo.

Take Care

Jean said...

Hi Alana! Love your scrapbook page and the way you used the eyelet border punch right around it! Love your chooks too - are they called Frizzle bantams or something like that? Their feather grow backwards? We have some little wheaten bantams. They are sweet.

Karen said...

ROFLOL at your post title Alana! The first thing that popped into my mind was that you had some hum dinger creations using that chook stamp from the catalogue!!

But hey - I love your little chookies! I would love to get some for the kids but our poodles would terrorise them I think! lol

Oh and your cards and layout are lovely too!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for being inspired by my LO Alana! You did a great job with your LO.