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March 21, 2011

L-O-V-E

Continuing with the paper theme!!!!!!
I know, I know....... ENOUGH ALREADY!!..... BUT.....there is MORE to come!!

These cute word swags are made from the pages of a vintage Alice in Wonderland book.
I added glitter to the edges of the pages using a two sided clear tape.  
The letters were cut from cardstock and then glittered.


I made a little tag by scanning the title page of the book, reducing, and then printing it.

Happy day!
xojanis

Alice laughed. "There's no use trying," she said: "one can't believe impossible things."
"I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."
(Through the Looking Glass, Chapter 5) 




29 comments:

Fishtail Cottage said...

Loving your "Love"! So warm & fuzzy feeling! xoxo

umelecky said...

Love it! What a wonderful idea!

Angela said...

It's beautifully done!!

Cat & Cricket said...

I want one!!
Gorgeous!
But that says "Mermaid"
Smiles~
Cricket

saltbox treasures said...

Just beautiful!!! Love your crafts!
~ Julie

Allison said...

Beautiful, Janis!

Sherri said...

I'm so enjoying your blog. So clever and beautiful.
http://twotulipstalking.blogspot.com/

Dorthe said...

Janis, it looks fantastic- so beautifull- and I love your photo collage.
Dorthe

Irma@CosasBellas said...

So, so, pretty! What a good idea to use the double sided tape, who would've thunk. Got to give it a try.

Blessings,
Irma

Crystal said...

This is so great!!! Loving the glitter!!! It really adds something doesn't it?

Laurel said...

So VERY beautiful Janis! I was wondering how you did that perfect looking glitter on the edge...2 sided clear tape...aren't you smart...LOVE it! Laurel

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

I just love your
paper creations ~ They
are beautiful!!
You are doing good with
your camera too ~

xoxo
Lori

tales from an oc cottage said...

SO fabulous!!!


m ^..^

Janelle - The Farmer's Wife said...

Gorgeous!!!!!

Cards by Cheryl said...

I love paper....can never get enough of it so keep on sharing.

and I love your swag
tfs
cheryl

Kelly_Deal said...

This is gorgeous!

Pamela said...

I love this Janis!
Alice was my favourite fairy tale as a child!!

Pamela xo

Rachel Noelle said...

LOVE those Janis!!;) Hugs,Rachel

French Farmhouse 425

sissie said...

Hi Janis,
Love you "Love!" What a great idea to use two sided tape for the glittered edges.

hugs
sissie

Susan said...

Gorgeous! What a clever idea to use tape. Love it!
- Susan

KATHY said...

That is just gorgeous!

Kathy

Lee said...

GREAT idea with the tape- you get such crisp edges!

Ginger said...

Janis I was so taken with your post that I went all the way back to where you started this blog. And I can tell you, so much inspiration in every post, you do beautiful work. Karlas Cottage was my first blog to go to also and I love Sissie. Hope you will stop by to visit me, I WILL BE BACK.
Ginger

Peninia said...

Wow ...very beautiful!!!

*Hugs-Peninia:)
http://peniniaart.blogspot.com/

Cindy said...

Beautiful! Thank you for telling us a little bit about how you did it. It looks fantastic!
Hugs, Cindy

Gracefully Vintage said...

ooh la la I LOVE that. SO pretty and decorative. Love it. Thanks for sharing, that is one ill try.
Karryann
never thought of using double tape

kathi @ traybella said...

just absolutely beautiful!
love the sparkle with the text of the paper.
kathi

Delightblog.blog said...

Hi, just found your blog. Your LOVE project is so wonderful. I am your newest follower.
Linda

Theresa said...

Using the two sided tape for the glitter is pure genius! If I wasn't so tired I would be looking for mine and glittering something magical! Love this! Thanks for the tip! xoxo

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