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Friday, February 17, 2012

Swirl-A-Palooza!

Say what? Swirlydoos is hosting a fantastic open house event this weekend on their Forum that ANYONE can participate in. What is it? The design team has put together a fantastic line-up of tutorials and challenges for this open crop event. Come join us and find out how to make the large Peony flower on my layout below! Check out the sneaks and events here:
http://www.swirlydoos.com/sd_plugins/forum/forum_viewforum.php?67

This is another project I made with the Swirlydoos February kit. It is me exactly 10 years ago! I added a bit of Dusty Attic chipboard and pink BG lace paper from my stash to create the picture frame and the bit peeking out in the corner of the layout.

Here is a close up of my handmade flower I will be doing a tutorial on. You'll be surprised how fast and easy this flower is to create - and without fancy tools!

See you at the event this weekend, Saturday Feb 18th - starting at 10 am EST. You won't want to miss it!

Don't forget to enter my giveaway while you're here!

10 comments:

Shona said...

gorgeous Vicky ! love the photo and the flower!

pooky said...

Oh my! What a beautiful layout! LOVE the flower..can't wait for the tut! Tfs!

Sandi Smith said...

just beautiful...love it!

Sandi Cl~ said...

So gorgeous .. can't wait for more details on the flower!!

Brenda said...

sooo beautiful!!!
hugs
Brenda

Linda Pekrul said...

That flower is so pretty and I LOVE how you did your fairy!

{Eka} said...

amazing flower, Vicky. You look gorgeous! Can't wait for the tut!

Eka

Margie said...

Can't wait for the flower tutorial - I'm a sucker for the handmade type. Your layout is gorgeous - love the fairy too.

Brenda said...

soooo beautiful!!!
hugs Brenda

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