Tuesday, March 23, 2010

QKD Inspirational Hop Tuesday!!!

Hi All!!!

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Here is the inspiring photo that the Tuesday Team was given to work with. I took it, figuratively and literally took it and ran with it!
I created a St. Patrick's Day block set for one of the favorite babies in our lives. Chubba Bubba...as he's most affectionately know. I loved the idea of a small set of symbolic blocks for him to play with and then later in life have in his room as a keepsake. I altered a box that I had in my studio with greens, browns, and golds. I then painted and distressed blocks that I had as a beautiful base to stamp on.

I used the March Get Inked! Kit by: Roni Johnson!! It's so serene, delicate and symbolic. I used the 3 symbols - one on each block with the baby's initials in velvet flocked stickers on the back. And I used the sentiment "May The Strength Of Three Always Be With You".
Simply a divine saying.

Thanks for visiting today!!!

Off you go to Anita's blog to see what loveliness she's created for us today!!

Check out the HUGE and AWESOME sale that's going on at the Castle!!! 40% off of all sets!!! WOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOO!!!


My name is Wynneth said...

Meredith..... I'm speechless.... this is one amazingingly AWESOME project you have created here Hun :o) What a fabulous collectible for him to use now and cherish forever :o) I love the fantastic colours you used on it too!


Nancyroo said...

gorgeous project! Love everything about it!

Alexandra Lundgren said...

This is FABULOUS!!! I would never think of half the stuff you do, I just love it! What a lifelong gift for this child.

Anita said...

You always do such amazing things. This is so much fun. It's a treat to see what you will do each week.

Maigan Lynn said...

your creations are INSANE! :) I love everything you do!
I remember having blocks like that as a kid but they werent nearly as pretty! just blocks...lol! Well done Meredith!

Kimme said...

Great job! I have a huge basket of wood blocks from unmounting my rubber.....I may need to try this.