A Tim Holtz Configurations Shadowbox was used to create this girl's gift - a tiny doll house / toy display case. Danielle designed the display case to suit her niece's Littlest Pet Shop collection, using Crate Paper Random papers to line each box and surround the cover, as well as some Crate Paper chipboard accents in a few of the rooms. The acetate window that came with the Configurations box has been replaced with a Hambly patterned overlay for added cuteness!
Chris has transformed this Cosmo Cricket Blackboard Album memory box into a delightful storage item for the Prima clips and combs she has created. Chris purchased the clips and combs naked from a craft shop and then proceeded to pretty them up with Prima De Soie Suffolk flowers and Pearl Penache Ice Castle flowers. As you can see in the photo of Chris's daughter Shayla modelling one of the clips they look just gorgeous when being worn.
Chris decorated the memory box with Prima Paisley Road papers and accessories and some Zva Creative crystals.
Chris also made this matching little post-it note holder using the Prima Paisley Road collection and Zva Creative Crystals.
Some inspiration here direct from one of the amazing Prima Educators, Ingvild Bolme! Here is what Ingvild says about creating this gorgeous headband. "This headband was originally grey, so I used one of Prima's brand new masks and added white Liquid Applique around it and heated it up to puff up. Then I added touches of Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist "Cranberry Zing" on before I decorated it with brand new Prima flowers after desire." We think this is just stunning Ingvild. Thank you for sharing.
Another sweet headband by Ingvild and some words about creating it. "I used some of Prima's new clear stamps and embossed with white embossing powder directly on the felt for a touch of a vintage pattern. I also used a brand new Prima Say-It-In-Crystals and a vintage Trinkets flower in the centre." Many thanks for sharing your creations with us Ingvild.
Any sized girl would love a gorgeous piece of wall art like this. We thank Karola Witczak who makes magic with just about everything she touches for allowing us to share this project here. Karola has used Pink Paislee’s Soiree to create this beautiful collage.
Maggie of Midwestern Sewing Girl shares how she used leftover scrapbooking paper to make this sweet butterfly frame, an adorable gift for a girl's room here.
Julie Comstock of Cosmo Cricket is full of bright ideas, and this one is no exception. How cute is it to upcycle and decorate a simple basket with the Clementine range of papers and a couple of ribbon Glubers, as she has above.
Next week we look at cool, quick and easy gifts that kids can make for friends or family, so be sure to check back for ideas to keep the kids busy during the holidays.