Monday, July 20, 2009

July Key Ingredients Challenge


Hi all!! Hope everyone had a fabulous weekend. So, it's time for another fun Taylored Expressions July Key Ingredients challenge. For those of you who aren't familiar with the Key Ingredients subscription make sure to check out Taylor's blog for all the great details. Trust me it's an awesome deal! So, the challenge this month is to create a house warming gift. I decided to make a cute little picture frame hanger. Our 6 year wedding anniversary is coming up so I wanted to make the hubby a litte frame of our earlier years together. You can customize this idea with pictures of the couples or friends new home. The idea are endless. The frames, ribbon, patterned paper, and liquid pearls are all part of the new Key ingredients. I love it ALL!! The flowers are from the WW "Fresh Flowers" set. Well, that's all for me today but make sure to check out all the other creations the rest of the Baker's Dozen made. I'm sure they are jaw droppping.

10 comments:

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

This is AWESOME Ana!!! What a FAB idea to create a wall hanging with the chipboard! I ADORE this and am totally going to case this!!

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

Fabulous Ana! Those pictures are precious and the little hanging is perfect!

Donna Baker said...

this is great, Ana! I bet he will love it - Happy Early Anniversary!

Karen Giron said...

This is wonderful, Ana! What a fun little project to put together - love the ribbon hanger!

Karen Motz said...

What a sweet project! Love the shapes you used for the frames and the little details. Fun!

Dawn Easton said...

What a fabulous idea, Ana! It's fun to look back isn't it?! I'm sure your husband will adore this!

Taylor VanBruggen said...

Super cute, Ana! What a fun use for those chipboard frames! Love seeing the pics of you too! :)

Adela said...

I love these little frames! What an adorable project! I may just use this idea for my 3D Tuesday Challenges, if that's alright with you.

jen del muro said...

so cute!!

Volunteer opportunities said...

You two are very sweet together. Anyway, nice frames. I love it!