3 January 2015

Happy New Year with a Saturday Step by Step for Frilly and Funkie

Hi everyone, welcome and Happy New Year!!! So Christmas has flown by again - I hope you all enjoyed yourselves and Santa paid a welcome visit (with reindeer in tow of course). For me a new camera and light box mean that the process of taking photos should be vastly improved - once I get the hang of it all!!! And then here in our part of the country we had a sharp burst of snow followed by a heavy frost on Boxing Day which our dog loved. Well she's built for it, whereas I needed many more layers to venture outside!


Time now to get back to creating art, and with that in mind I have a new tutorial to share with you over at Frilly and Funkie today. I'd love you to take a look, and if you are inspired to create own projects having read it, please remember to let me know as I'd love to see them.


Wishing you all a very happy and creative New Year. Take care of yourselves whatever you're up to this weekend. Jenny xxx

17 comments:

  1. Just been over to F&F, great step by step. Wonderful effects with a wonderful product. TFS Jenny and Happy new year to you and your family, not forgetting that gorgeous dog! Nikki x

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  2. Fantastic work as always! Thank you for the step by step! All noted ;)
    What a gorgeous dog! Xx

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  3. Happy New Year Jenny, how at home does your big fur ball look in all that snow. Just been over for a closer look at this fabulous card and love the brushed tarnished brass effects, great easy to follow tutorial too. Mo x

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  4. HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and yours Jenny.
    Wishing the very best of everything for you in 2015
    Oh! My! Word! Your dog is so beautiful.
    I am likeing the look of what I see and I am sure I will be bowled over when I see the whole project.
    Have a wonderful weekend
    Hugs

    Patricia xxx

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  5. Happy New Year to you Jenny! May it bring you all you are hoping for and lots of creativity to boot. Your preview looks interesting, so off for a closer look....
    Wonderful snowy picture of your beautiful dog too, - funny to look at from the sweltering 36 degrees we had today in Australia....

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  6. I'm going to take a closer look! Want to wish you the best for 2015! Hugs, Sandra

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  7. Oh Jenny, your dog is so beautiful and she looks so happy in the snow! Looks like you got nicer snow than we did too. Off to have a look at your tutorial... Anne xx

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  8. Love your card Jenny, but I am distracted by that gorgeous dog!! Oh boy, she is a real stunning animal and I want to give her a big hug!! Nice built in winter coat too, ha! happy weekend to you :)

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  9. Happy New Year to you too Jenny!..Wish you all the best!!
    Your dog has great fun in the snow :-)
    And your creation is gorgeous with the layers...great in total!
    Greetings,
    Alie

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  10. Happy New Year xxx Fabulous project and your dog is gorgeous. Elizabeth xxx

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  11. It looks fab, Happy New Year sweetie.

    Warm hugs
    Maarit

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  12. Wonderful picture of your dog in her element! And a fabulous sneak peek... I'm off to see more.
    Alison xx

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  13. Oh do tell what camera and about your light box? I am thinking I need both! Your doggie is beautiful and sure does look to be enjoying the weather! I will venture over to check out this fabby project! Happy New Year. Hugs!

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  14. A very Happy New Year to you too Jenny. Another fab step by step tutorial. Your dog is beautiful...perfect weather for her. Ruth x

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  15. Happy New Year to you and yours, and that precious puppy! I'm off to see the details!

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  16. Happy. new Year Jenny and your project looks fantastic! Gorgeous photo of your doggy friend and he/she is definitely dressed for the weather :-). All the best for 2015 and as always I loved your CS article this month. Chris xx

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  17. Just popped back from checking out the Frilly and Funky, gorgeous piece and thanks for the tutorial.

    Being a dog lover the photo of Mr pooch looks so sweet.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x x
    ShirlsCards.

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Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your comments - they are really appreciated. Jenny xxx

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