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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Happy Birthday to my sweet little girl!

Happy Birthday to my sweet little daughter! Danielle turned 8 yesterday (where does the time go?!?).  I'm still trying to recover from her slumber party last night.  We had a bunch of VERY rambunctious little girls running all over the house.  It kind of reminded of the frenzied antics of that old cartoon character, the Tasmanian Devil.  Remember him?  He did those tornado spins and left a path of destruction wherever he went. 

I'm kidding.  In actuality, all the girls who came to the party were very sweet and well-behaved.  It was a nice group of girls.  But wooooooooeeeeeee do they have a lot of energy!  Even though it was a "sleepover" party, there wasn't a whole lot of sleeping going on. Nonetheless, a good time was had by all.  Danielle was overjoyed and said it was one of the best birthdays she's ever had. Hearing that makes me a happy Mama!

Here's a Prima layout I made of my sweet Danielle.  It's one I created for the Prima booth at CHA this past summer.  I'm obviously still way behind on posting.  I used puffy paint (the kind you heat with a heat gun) with Prima's cool brick stencil. 


I just adore the white resin pieces and the beautiful rose vines from Prima's Summer release!

To go along with the window theme of the page, I created a recessed window using several layers of paper separated by 3D adhesive . . . kind of like a shadow box.

 
Happy Birthday, my darling girl!!

Now I'm going to go finish getting ready for the workshop I'm teaching at CRAFT Beach Retreat tomorrow.  Are any of you blog readers attending?  If so, I'll see ya then!!

10 comments:

Sandra said...

Beautiful daughter, beautiful layout and beautiful Prima products! I must get my hands on some of those shutters and your puffy paint idea is very effective. Thank you for sharing.

Romy said...

Happy birthday to your beautiful girl! The layout you made her is absolutely stunning! I just love your creative use of the shutters and the beautiful brick background. It must be a pure delight to see your work in real: I bet there's so much gorgeous dimension in it:)

{ Kristina } said...

Beautiful layout! :)

cvanholstein said...

Wow, that is a layout full of great ideas!
The depth in the window, the key in the box, the bricks with the puffy paint, the title combined with the resin...
Bravo and thank you for the inspiration Stacy!
kind regards, Corina

Helen Tilbury said...

Wow this is an absolutely fantastic page! I just love everything about it!!

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irinka said...

What a beautiful page. Love everything about it, but especialy bricks

Keshet said...

Oh man--slumber parties are quite the undertaking:) Love this layout, the colors are so soft and ethereal.

Patricia said...

gorgeous layout... the photo is so beautiful.. and the flowers awesome!

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