...I have another fun project for Graphic 45 up on their blog today! Head over to www.g45papers.typepad.com and check it out. It was a fun project to make!
I also have the Pets version of the Peekaboo Album almost done. I will post photo's on the blog later today and will have it up on the website soon.
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Laura, this just blew me away! You are so talented. Holy cow, how does your mind think of these gorgeous projects. This one is out-of-the-park!ReplyDelete
OMG!! I agree with Nancy, this is absolutely gorgeous!! Will there be a tutorial on this? Wow, wish I had your creatity!!ReplyDelete
WOW Laura the clock is fabulous! Your never fail to inspire me with your creativity! TFSReplyDelete
Fantastic. Will you be putting the tutorial up?ReplyDelete
This is totally AWESOME Laura! I agree with Nancy and Carol!!! This clock needs a tutorial for sure...ReplyDelete
OMG this is totally AWESOME ........ Love it. Yes I also agree TUTORIAL ..... Please , thank you :)ReplyDelete
Your clock is AWESOME! Can't wait to give it a try. I have a couple of the flower tins hanging around "for something, someday..." Have to go find the Graphic 45 metal bits. As always, you are an inspiration! Between you, Kathryn and Kathy, I've got years of crafting before me. So fun! Thanks again.ReplyDelete
Sally in Stockton
Your Graphic 45 alarm clock is beatuful. So creative. It must be hard not to show your minis, until they can be published. Your Graphic 45 work is so inventive and detailed.ReplyDelete
Thank you Laura for letting us watch your creativity.
Oh my gosh! You have outdone yourself, again! You do such fabulous work Laura!ReplyDelete
Heather aka momofcody
Wow Laura you amaze me everytime. This is so gorgeous!!! I love it. You are such a talented and creative lady. Your brain never stops.ReplyDelete
I agree that a class on this would be great.
Thank you for sharing a part of you with us.
We are blessed.
I'm so glad that some kender spirit lead you to the paper craft world. It is truly inspiring to see the results of what your eyes see and your mind imagine when you are in the zone.ReplyDelete
This is just so ingenious and beautiful... who would think that doorplates would finish up wrapped round a tin to make something so wondrous... you totally amaze me all the timeReplyDelete
Great project. Such fun. You have so much talentReplyDelete
What a fab clock. Your work is always amazing.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for all the inspiration you give to everyone.