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Friday, 18 April 2014

Funky Friday

Back again with a post which is a little picture heavy.

Here's a word book I made with the funkyhand colour-me-happy cdrom.There are so many beautiful paper collections, digi stamps and word books on this cdrom. Making a wordbook was one way to celebrate and record my nephew's life as he became a teenager...

     
I love making word books as it is one way to record lots of memories and the lovely Anice is the queen of designing word books and lovely digital designs. There is an amazing offer on for this Easter weekend, so don't miss out on some amazing offers.
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Thanks again for popping by.
Hugs Debs x

9 comments:

  1. Oh Debs that's brilliant.....love the blue/green colour combo!
    hugs Jo x

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  2. What a great keepsake for your nephew! This is beautiful! Thanks for taking the Time Out to play with us!

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  3. This is fabulous Debbie and what a lovely keepsake, fab colours too!
    Happy Easter to you & your family!!
    hugs and xxx
    Gemma

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  4. What a tremendously sweet gesture to make such a beautiful book for your nephew, something to be cherished! Happy Easter, hugs, Ira x
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  5. Thanks for your sweet comment on my Funky Hand Easter baskets Debbie. This Funky Hand make of yours is fabulous! Love the papers you've used. To answer your question about the Easter baskets, they're about the easiest design out there! I've cut them from an A4 piece of paper printed both sides and then score at 6, 12 and 18 to get three even folds on the portrait angle of paper. I trimmed at 18 to make the long handle, and then turned the paper and did the same thing with it landscape. I scored at 6 and 12 and trimmed the excess at 18. This should leave you with a square shaped piece of card that's scored in two places evenly in both directions, which gives you a central 'square', which will act as the base of the basket. You cut the two score lines opposite each other up to the central square and no further. Do this only on two opposing sides, leaving the other sides to work as 'flaps' to be folded in, which creates your basket shape. I stapled them and then added the handle. SO Incredibly simple! My scores are on a metric score pal. Probably more information than you wanted, but there you go. Thanks so much for your visit to my blog and Happy Easter! Hugs, Wends x

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  6. Oh wow this is wonderful and such a great idea to record his life up to becoming a teenager. He will definitely treasure this.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  7. This is a realy great gift! Thanks for taking the Time Out to join us, Gerrina

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  8. Oh how cool. I love how you put the 13 on the side. Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!

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