So, first there is Early Bird. It was in the Nook June kit, and let me tell you, I have never used up a kit so utterly and entirely as this one. There's hardly a scrap left, only a tiny piece of the dotted red and white paper that I might be able to put on a card. Besides the things I'm showing you here, I made a bunch of cards too, but of course I forgot to photograph them before I gave them away. Too bad, but that's life.
This clipboard, the note pad and the matching covers for my calendar, I made to have at work. Perhaps it will be a little bit funnier to get up early in the mornings when I have this to look forward to at my desk :). I made this when I started to run out of papers, thus the patchwork look.
OK, and here's even more of patchwork look on this sign that I made for Agnes. I bought her these cute little porcelain plates and bowls at IKEA, and the colours matched Early Bird perfectly, so I put together this sign for her to have in her little kitchen area in her room. I've used 1X1" squares, and here I used up the very last scraps of many of the papers. But I really like how it turned out.
So, here's a few things I've made from the Everafter line, also from an older Nook kit. I hadn't touched that kit much, because I was kind of busy when I got it, but I made two of these layouts new this week, and I really love these papers:
Arent these the cutest little baby feet ever? It's my friend's little Ida again, you know, the girlie with the Nikon in the post from the other day. I managed to get this picture of her feet yesterday, when we attempted a photoshoot on the lawn, which ended with Ida falling on her face and getting really really upset, poor thing. The lengths you go through for a really good photo, huh?
And then an older layout of my sweet darling boy:
And more boys' stuff - the Lil' Man collection. Loved it, just wish I had more of it so that I didn't have to use that 1X1" patchwork method again. But I like the look of it though.