Tuesday, 8 March 2011

7G Printer's Tray for Baby Danielle



I created this Printer's Tray for my baby niece, Danielle as a gift for her full- month celebration. She has such big round eyes and a nice curious smile, if she's not yelling to be carried. She is definitely doted upon by many. Adah and Asher are the only grandchildren on my brother's side of the family before Danielle's arrival and these two monsters have already outgrown their cutesy stages long ago. And Danielle is the first grandchild on my sis-in- law's side of the family, so there was much excitement and amusement over this tiny thing when she arrived.

I am proud of those photos on the tray. I took them when Danielle was 5 days old, nervously. It's my second time practising on a newborn, but this time I had more props, photoshop and an idea of what I wanted to shoot and surprisingly, my grouchy brother was game to try out the angles. That's his hand holding out Danielle in the middle of the tray.

Lots of layering there on the rest of cubicles on the tray which are not filled with photos. My usual, sweet, girly touches. After all, Danielle is a little girl. Love the bright felt butterfly which I had stashed up for a long time from Basic Grey long time ago. It's finally put to use. I used Websters Pages for most of the background papers, stuck on with glitter Mod Podge and embellished mainly with my leftover chipboards from Crate Paper's Restoration line. I added an envelope from G45so that my sis-in-law can write down her birth details and keep it there. I am sure those memories would stay with her for a long time.

School holidays for Adah start this Friday. I am so looking forward to it and having the two kids spend more time with each other. Hopefully I get more scrapping time in between and I have 2 photoshoots requested from my girlfriends of their kids. I am looking forward to having some more nice pictures to share and scrap!

By the way, Swee Ching mentioned that most of the slots for my 'Fly Butterflies Fly' class at Made With Love have been taken up. Thank you so so much everybody for your support, and I hope I will not disappoint and that I will get enough time to interact with everyone and know you all better. There will be lots of cutting, so I hope we can complete the class on time! ;-P For those who have not been able to get a slot, you can always put your name on the reservation list and if we have any spare kits at class!

3 comments:

bebang said...

so beautiful Adeline! :)

shaggyfish said...

congrats for the class! beautiful tray.. love it!
you sure enjoy teaching :D

Coochies & All said...

Hi Adeline - I found your blog!! Your work is SO BEAUTIFUL - REALLY!! I had fun talking to you today - thank you so much for your support in my work. Will be going through your posts here soon!
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