Sunday, September 21, 2008

Some Homemade scrap goodies and a RAK :)

I scrapped a page last night. It was a lift from 2 Peas I believe. This puts me at #93!! Wooohooo!! I have so many pics I want to scrap, but never enough time or mojo. I felt like creating today, but didn't want to go through the whole looking for inspiration, picking papers and embellies and so on. So while I was browing my usual blogs, I came across Michelle's L's blog and I just loved the little owl she has in her..what do you call it? Um..."banner" at the top of her page. Not sure if I'm calling it the right thing. I don't know if she made her little owl or if it's something store bought, but I thought I'd try to duplicate one. I thought it came out so cute, I decided to make a few! I can't wait to use them on a page! So, here's where the RAK comes in. Leave me a comment and let me know what you think of them and I will randomly pick a winner to receive some of my little friends :) Going to go watch a movie now and enjoy the rest of my time with Lij before we have to take him back to Gilbert's! TFL :)




BTW, these little owls were handmade. I just drew them free hand...the body piece, the "face" piece, cut out the eyes from white cs and just freehand cut the wings too. I'll draw some out later and post pics of the different pieces for those of you who want to make your own :)

6 comments:

shopgirlaudi said...

Aaah!!! Those little owls are TOO stinkin' cute. I think you should do a little "tutorial" on here of how you made them so I can make my own;)

Love the LO. That paper looks awesome. What is it???

Ginajam said...

CUTE, CUTE, CUTE! Did you make those by hand? If so, they are awesome and I agree with your sis...a tutorial would be cool!

Jeni said...

These are WAY CUTE! I love the whole Owl craze!!!

mel said...

Those owls are so adorable!! You're so creative. :) And the LO is really pretty.

~Sasha Farina~ said...

i think your owls are awesome! lovely layout too my dear :)

The Fry's said...

Those owls are precious!!!!! You did a fantastic job! Thanks for sharing these...