Wednesday, July 2, 2008

More Photo Projects

Today we have a few more photo projects to share with you.

Julia created these adorable glass coasters. She says, "I've been wanting to make some of these for a while and it just kept getting pushed back on my "want to make" list. When I was at Target the other day and saw the glass coasters..I knew it was time!LOL I've already decided to go back for more as these will make for some great Xmas for family. I'm going to make some for my friends too and slyly ask for family photos to be emailed!"





Glass Coaster Trio by Julia Sandvoss
Supplies:
Bo Bunny Ella papers, Pep Rally and Regatta papers
Bo Bunny Double Dot cardstock
Bo Bunny Doodle Dude, Sunshine and Spastic Rubons
Making Memories Alphabet Ledger stickers
Cricut Accent Essentials Cartridge
Colorbox Chalk Inks
Plaid Mod Podge - Glossy
Glass Coasters - Target Dollar Spot

Photos can be used on cards, too. Notice how the photo takes center stage. Cards are a great way to use birthday, holiday and other special event photos.




Easter Card
Anabelle O'Malley

Cardstock-The Paper Company
Patterned Paper-Scenic Route
Stickers-Scenic Route
Flowers-Prima
Ric Rac-Melissa Frances
Ink-Clearsnap


All of the projects so far have used photos of people. But, you don't need to stop there. Photos of objects or places can be used as well. This gift bag uses a photo of a bouquet of flowers. It is the perfect shot for this love themed bag.



Gift Bag
Designer: Anabelle O'Malley

Bag
Paper-Paper Salon
Flowers-Prima
Chipboard-Creative Imaginations
Ribbon-May Arts
Rubon-Paper Salon
Glitter-DecoArt
Paint-Delta

Be sure to stop back on Friday for the last of our Photo Week projects.
Thanks for coming by!!!

3 comments:

Julia said...

Love the flower photo on the gift bag Annabelle! Great idea!!

Kim said...

I'm headed to my local Target tonight and I'm for sure getting some of these coasters. Can you please forward the steps you used to make these adorable gifts?

Barefootstamper said...

Please tell Julia that she did a great job with those coasters!

She got a shout out for Scrapbook Page of the Week over at Card of the Week.com. You can check out the original post here: http://www.cardoftheweek.com/2008/07/scrapbook-page.html