I have been busy cutting and sticking again, the first of my photos from Harry's trip came yesterday and I was itching to use them straight away, luckily the colours of the photos that came all work so well with June Kit that I will be making another later today but not until after we have completed the jobs we have decided to get done first... cleaning the patio and tidying up outside - joy!:lol:
Smiling faces and captured sitting still is one place was a great mix for these photos, Harry and Simon are actually sitting on a horse and cart which is why Harry is not running in the opposite direction to his next activity:lol: We all had a wonderful time on this evening in Kissimmee, Florida at the Give Kids The World Village as it was 'Christmas' with lots of special things going on which Harry loved so much!
The American Crafts Puffy Shapes are great fun to use and you can do many things with them so don't be afraid to cut them up, punch them and thread ribbon through them. There are so many in the pack that if you don't cut quite right you will have plenty left so do experiment and see what you can create with them.
For my design I wanted to create a border so simply selected some of the Puffy Shapes and cut them in half, punched one hole in the smaller ones and two in the larger ones. Threading ribbon through the larger ones to embellish and tying a single knot through the smaller ones really sets them off a treat!
How about making a 'button' from a larger Puffy Shape, adding a punch out of one of the elements from the Cosmo Cricket Border sheet makes for a fab centre to the 'button'.