Hybrid digi-scrapping, Mothers Day and 2 up coming Give-aways

How are you all doing?

It has been a busy week here, lots going on.

First 2 digi-scrap items to share – in fact they are HYBRID – so they “really exist” and you can touch them.

I usually print by digi-scrap layouts out at 4 x 4 inches, and display them in small books. If I am framing them I print 8 x 8, and for some layouts I have created as part of my business JM Digital Designs they have been printed at 12 x 12 inches – which is so big it is quite scary!

When I create greetings cards I obviously print those out, and the first item to share today is a Mothers’ Day card for my mum. Yes – it is Mothers Day here on Sunday. Kit used Loving You by Gina from Weeds & Wildflowers, available at PrimaHyrbid.

I read two funny “Mummy” quotes this week.

“Definition of a sweater – a garment to clothing worn by a child when a mother feels chilly.”

“No matter how much a mother loves her child, she can always love them a little bit more when they are asleep”

My second digi item is a hybrid box. I created the sides and lid of the box using PhotoShop Elements and Breath of Fresh Air, a new kit by Gina at Weeds & Wildflowers. I then printed them out and used them to cover a cute lidded cardboard box I bought for ยฃ1.20 this week. I plan to use this idea for personalised gift boxes.

While on the subject of Weeds & Wildflowers, remember you have a chance to win a $10 gift certificate for the Weeds & Wildflowers store next week, as I am offering it as a prize as part of Ultimate Blog Party.

And….while on the subject of giveaways…(see the smooth transition on to my next topic!)…would you like to win this?

What is it? I hear you ask? Well it will be a prize I will be giving to one of my blog readers who visit my blog and leave a comment on St Patricks Day, 17 March 2008. I am not going to show you the whole prize yet, but will reveal more as we approach St Patricks Day.

My son Sam nipped his finger in the car seat buckle on the way home from playgroup this morning. I offered to kiss it better, knowing the amazing healing powers of a Mummy kiss, but he said “NO, don’t kiss my finger, I go to hospital and the doctors kiss it better”.

Finally, our church service will be broadcast on BBC Radio Ulster on Sunday Morning, at 10.15 am, and will be available to listen to online next week. So if you are not from these parts, and would like to hear how we speak and sing, tune in next week for more details.

See – SO many reasons to come back

  • More digi layouts
  • Blogging Carnival
  • Listen to our church service
  • Find out more about my St Paddys Day prize, and maybe even see a bit more of it
  • and hopefully some Mothers Day gifts and cards to share!

Why not just subscribe so you don’t miss a thing.

Until then, take care.

13 thoughts on “Hybrid digi-scrapping, Mothers Day and 2 up coming Give-aways”

  1. Your new projects are fabulous! I love how you covered the boxes. I have about 20 of those boxes I bought a few years ago and had intended on painting them, but never got around to it. This would be a perfect way to use them! Thanks for the inspiration! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Your hybrid projects looks fabulous! Thank you for stopping by on my blog. Have a wonderful weekend!
    Gabi

  3. What a nice blog! Very inspiring, as I am about to do a re-design on mine. Happy Mother’s Day.

    Marianne

  4. Okay, where do I subscribe? You’re right, I really should! Every time I come by your blog, I think- wow I should come here more often!
    I love boxes. Love that hybrid one you made. I have lots of boxes with nothing in, I just like the boxes themselves.
    Did I tell you my oldest son, Quinn Gaunt, was born on St. Paddy’s day? His ancestry is mostly Scotch/Irish.
    Okay. I’ll be back!!

  5. Loving your hybrid projects, and reading your bloggie has sorely tempted me to get in on the blog challenge.. but I am already stretched beyond a reasonable point… ๐Ÿ™

    So I have now officially subscribed to you… you won’t have to nag on me at my request, after all, you already have a batch of children to look after.

    Thank you for sharing – your blog is an interesting and fun place to visit JanMary.

    hugs to you today – ps, looking forward to hearing your church on BBC

  6. I love you blog! Those hybrid projects are cool! I really want to try doing something like that, but I never know where to begin!

  7. YAY for hybrid!!! Fantastic work sweetie!! There is always so much going on in your world :)! I finally subscribed (via bloglines.com), I have no idea why I hadn’t before!!

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