Customer’s Designs

Owl Stationery by Megan at Lilac & Lavender

by Julie J on October 16, 2013

I’m delighted to show you this adorable owl stationery that was created by Megan of Lilac & Lavender. These pages are free to download from Megan’s blog!Images are linked. In these stationery designs, Megan used the owl from the free image on my blog HERE. Related posts: No related posts.

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In response to a recent comment on my September 21, 2012 blog post Langshan Rooster and Hen, asking how to print this image onto tags, I contacted Megan at Lilac & Lavender to ask if she might be available to create some primitive tags using this image. Megan had this beautiful label and set of tags created in no time at all! […]

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Delightful Cookies by Margaret

by Julie J on June 18, 2012

Margaret works with an edible ink printer that uses food safe ink to make these adorable cookies! Before chatting with Margaret, I had no idea this kind of technology existed. The images are printed on wafer or rice paper. Margaret explained further, “The image is applied to the cookie on top of royal icing. Some people apply it directly […]

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Pretty Designs by Megan

by Julie J on May 20, 2012

I’ve recently discovered a new blog to add to my favourites. It’s named Lilac & Lavender and is hosted by a generous lady named Megan. Megan creates gorgeous works of digital art and gives them away – free! Megan recently used my vintage French postcard back in a couple of her designs and I just had to […]

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Handmade Cards by Fran

by Julie J on April 26, 2012

These lovely handmade cards were created by Fran! The first is a beautiful easel wedding card Fran made for her great niece. The image Fran used for her wedding card is a free vintage postcard available on my blog HERE. The second is a pretty birthday card Fran made for her niece. Thank you Fran for sharing your talent with us! Your cards are beautiful! […]

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Dollhouse Miniatures by Jackie

by Julie J on April 23, 2012

Jackie’s hobby is dollhouse miniatures. Dollhouse miniatures fascinate me to no end so I was positively delighted to receive an e-mail from Jackie; an e-mail that included photos of miniatures she created with images she purchased from my shop!  Jackie reduced the size of the images and printed them on linen and photo paper to create the cutest miniature cushions and artwork! The cushions are […]

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Easter and Spring Banners by Joyce

by Julie J on April 22, 2012

In March, Joyce, along with several of her friends, held a Spring Boutique. All items for sale were handmade. Joyce created several Easter and spring banners for the boutique. These are photos of one of the adorable banners Joyce created: Thank you Joyce for allowing me to share your lovely work on my blog! You can find a ton of creative ideas on Joyce’s blog […]

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Milk Bottle Cap Soffit Gallery by Meg

by Julie J on April 22, 2012

Meg started her vintage milk bottle cap project with digital collage sheets she purchased from my shop. Meg enlarged the milk bottle cap images and decoupaged them onto individual 8″ x 8″ canvases to create a beautiful gallery for her kitchen soffit.  I am so impressed!  Thank you, Meg, for allowing me to share your creativity! This is one of three vintage bottle […]

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Creative Birthday Card/Mini Albums by Liz

by Julie J on April 21, 2012

I love getting photos from customers to show me the works of art they’ve created. Liz recently sent me a picture of birthday cards/mini albums she created using some of the vintage floral images from my shop. I thought these cards were made from cardstock but Liz explained that, “they are actually coffee paper filters that I cover, 3 of them […]

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Linda Duke is on the design team of Spellbinders Paper Arts. On January 17, 2012, Linda introduced a new Spellbinders’ die – Romantic Rectangles. Linda used my Harrison Fisher image of The Bride in her design and her finished product is romantic, elegant and so beautiful that it takes my breath away!  Click on image to go to Linda’s Works […]

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