When I got these Studio Calico Wood Veneer Tiny Stars from Flamingo Scraps, I was sure I would fall in love, but I had no idea! I was seriously not prepared to love them this much!!!! They are like confetti times 10,000,000!
In these photos you can see me and a few girlies making the unleavened bread. My hubs had to procure the bread and since there are no places to buy unleavened bread where we live, someone has to bake it. As the good little wifey that I am, I volunteered =) I helped make it once before and so I thought it would be fun if some of the younger girls got to join in on the fun! The first page has some amazing texture from the Prima Engraver papers and the and the Tim Holtz Distress Paints I splashed across it. I used a Mr Huey’s Medium Dropper to create this effect. I simply removed the lid from the paint and dipped the dropper in to grab some of the paint and splashed away!
This page is funny. Why do I not own a rolling pin? Pint glasses work in a pinch!
The recipe said to liberally fork the bread. So we did.
Check out this Studio Calico Wood Veneer Arrow. How Cute is this?
The photo lifts to reveal another photo and a journaling spot. These beautiful flowers served as a great decoration for such an important occasion.
under the butterfly cluster gives the feeling of graceful movement to
the butterfly. The butterfly is made from a punch from the Prima Engraver Paper and a Maya Road Canvas Mini Butterfly underneath