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Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Tart projects

Ohhhh, it is a good day. I am excited to share some of my Lime Tart projects with you today. What a fun kit this was! Betsy and I had the Half Tart this month. Make sure not to miss the Full Tart and the Ala Tart kits.

Here are a few of my projects from this month's kit.

I am not sure if you can read the journaling for this layout. It reads: These two adorable creatures were found yesterday hitching a ride on the high seas. Their adventures took them, not only on a high energy water ride, but also to extreme heat. Their escapade ended when the ruler of the laundry room found them hiding in a pair of blue jeans. They have been returened to their homes with a promise from their guardian that this will not happen again.

The kit came with a bunch of tags. I had so much fun playing with all of them. I will actually have an article on the Lime Tart blog later this month on different ways to use these tags. I created this masculine birthday card using a few of the tags. Here I simply used my ink to color these.


The kit also included a cute little mini album from Maya Road. I pulled the album apart and made this little phone book for Katie. I still have the template for the inside pages. If you want them please e-mail me.

I have a mini album I made also that I will share tomorrow. Have a wonderful day!

7 comments:

Susan Beth said...

Love the phone book, and can't wait to see the mini!

vtpuggirl said...

Love the phone # book, and cute layout. Love the Lime tart kit, looks like fun!

Suzie Webb said...

YOu do wonders with those kits Lisa...the phone book is adoreable and your layout story is too cute!

rebekah robinson said...

LOL!! LOVE that layout!! Clever journaling, Lisa!!!

sally said...

Ohhhhh these are so wonderful!! I am sooo lifting that LO digitally!! perfect!! thanks for the inspiration!!

Debbie D said...

How adorable! Love your journaling...I could do an entire book on the things I've pulled out of the washer & dryer. Hmmmm

Summer Fullerton said...

I have had those same Stow Aways too ;) they seem to hold up well to a good washing.