Leisha’s Blog

Monday, September 24

Down Under Direct Projects

If you haven't been to the DownUnder Direct blog lately, go and have a look at all the wonderful projects up there from the design team. Here's one I created using the brand new Basic lattice die. The die may not be too much to look at, but it's actually really versatile. I used it here on a bubble layout of Cammy:


...and here is a window card I made with the same die along with some Bling-a-bility sparkles.  You can get the full instruction son how to make this here.


Friday, September 21

Little Princess



Here's a layout that went up on the Manor House blog this week. I really love this photo of Amelie. She had picked a gerbera from my garden which she knows she is not supposed to do. Rather than waste it, I decided to make the most of it with some cute photos.

The Sweet Childhood papers from The Scrapcake were just perfect, and the ManorHouse Creations flowers make any layout amazing.




Products used: MHC flowers, Apple blossoms, Solitude, Rosettes-baby pink, Whimsy-pink, Imagine-oatmeal, Beauty-WV, Idyllic-oatmeal, leaves, The Scrapcake papers: Sweet Childhood.

Not long before we head off to the States on our big trip. I can't wait.

Sunday, September 16

Love, Cherish, Adore

Here's a layout that was on the ManorHouse Creation blog this week, along with some gorgeous layouts from the other designers.

I've used the new Sweet Childhood papers from The Scrapcake.




Products used: MHC flowers,  Solitude, Idyllic - Oatmeal, Imagine - oatmeal, Leaves, Nikita, Christmas Star – snow, Petite roses - orange, TSC Sweet childhood collection.


Saturday, September 8

Manor House Creations Introduction

Our first projects have gone up onto the Manor House Creations blog this week, so I can start to show you them here as well.

This was my first one. I haven't done a picture of myself in a very long time, so I figured this was as good a chance as any.




MHC products used: Poetry – sage, Solitude, Idyllic – Oatmeal, Poetry - white, Wintersong - embers, leaves – light green.

I especially love the oatmeal coloured flowers (the greyish ones). It's funny, I don't think I would have ever chosen them off the shelf amongst all the other colours, but now that I have them, I think they are one of my favourites as it blends in perfectly with any colour combination. 

I'll have more projects to share soon, but in the meantime, I wouold love for you to head over to the MHC blog to say Hi and see all the other amazing projects as well.