These projects were created for Memory Maze Chipboard. I'm really proud of this first piece though, so I am very excited to share it.
This began as a wire Easter egg ferris wheel that I found at Woolworths of all places.
I teamed it with some gorgeous Graphic 45 papers and of course some Memory Maze chipboard and flowers to create this fun centre piece.
I created the box frame at the bottom from plain sheets of chipboard. The sides were covered in punched strips of patterned paper.
Next up is a fun pic from my children's Easter egg hunt from last year. I have again used Graphic 45 papers for this layout. For the background, I swiped some gesso, then sprinkled glitter embossing powder. Once heat set, I sponged ink over the hexagon stencil.
Finally I have a layout of my boys from their Easter hat parade this year. Kyan is getting a little older now, so we went with a Minecraft themed hat. Being a boy layout, I went a bit grungy this time.