Greta Adams ... August Guest Designer 

Greta used the main kit "Snowcones" and the project kit "Travel Journal"

Since I have been sewing kids clothes a lot lately, I wanted to incorporate some of that with scrapbooking supplies.  Most of these are from the kit except for that big yellow flower.  It's from my stash.
I took a piece of beige fabric I had left over and cut it to mimic the neckline of the tank.  I then misted it with some Shimmerz in a light blue.  When that dried (with the help of the heat gun) I put some left over batting (used when quilting) behind it and I picked a decorative stitch and sewed the 2 pieces together.  Then I started using the hot glue gun to place all my embellishments on it.
Now, I know you are wondering how will you wash that ... right?  It is only safety pinned on to the tank.  Take it off before washing. 
I really did this project because I thought I would make some cute pictures.  I don't think it is quite practical for everyday wear but it is if you want to play in front of the camera a bit and Melana is in love with it.  :)


Heather Derbecker ... August Guest Designer

Heather used the main kit "Snowcones" and the project kit "Travel Journal"


Lesley Langdon ... August Guest Designer

Lesley is showcasing August's add-on #1 "Lotza Paper Girlz" as well as using the main kit "Snowcones" 


Tara Van Moorsel

I used the main kit "Snowcones" as well as the project kit "Travel Journal" and August's add-on #2 "Lotza Paper Boyz" 


The flower details have been highlighted with Ranger Rock Candy Distress Stickles (included in the project kit). 


The grungeboard frame (included in "Lotza Paper Boyz") has been covered in Old Paper Distress Crackle Paint (from July's "Homespun Appeal") and then sprayed with Tattered Angels Seaside Carribean Blue Glimmer Mist.

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