Wednesday, June 13, 2012

June Kit – Ocean Breeze and Summer Skies Part 2

Hi everyone and Happy Hump Day! Wow I had a computer virus and was lost without my computer for photos to  update my blog...but I got it all fixed up now and ready to show you my OTP project that I created using the Flying Unicorn June Kit – Ocean Breeze and Summer Skies. This was fun to make and will be a gift for my daughter. It is really quite big too…about 13 inched tall. The two little photos are my grandson when we were at the beach in April and the shells, the drift wood piece and the seaweed were what I collected on the beach that day. I have used the Nature Garden collection, Dusty Attic chippys and lots of goodies all from the store here.
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The chippy is first painted white then I used a script stamp on it and inked the edges.
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Look at him…how cute is he huh hehe! The little beach sign actually came in last months kit and went perfect here.
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The large cluster is on top of the small piece of driftwood I collected. I also added in some of the black netting from the Easter Ham LOL!
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The outside of the box are covered with paper and I have inked and distressed the edges.
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Ok that is it for today. Don’t forget that the Flying Unicorn store is loaded with all of these goodies.  I hope that you all have a fantastic week! Feel free to leave me some scrappy love comments, I love reading them ...take care and happy scrapping J

7 comments:

Sandi Smith said...

This is stunning Shona...love every detail!

Lean said...

Beautiful box looks so cool and many sweet details.
byebye,Lean

caroleanne said...

wow - this is amazing, I dont know how you do it!!! What a great gift. I love all things beachy and this really is.BFN

Bellaidea said...

Shona, this is just a pefrect , beautiful box!

Vicky Alberto said...

such a jaw-dropper!

Sandi Cl~ said...

Oh, wow! Such a beautiful box! Your dd will love it!

Eila Sandberg said...

OMG Shona your daughter is going to adore this box! it's absolutely beautiful and so choc-a-bloc with eye candy and pretty details. xoxo