Tuesday, August 10, 2010

It's a Lily Bee kinda day!

*ehem* just got some really cool news! Which is just what I needed after a YUK! dentist appointment!

Together with Becky Williams, I won the GDT contest over at Lily Bee. I am so thrilled because I LOVE all of the Lily Bee lines & am really looking forward to working with their latest collections!

These were my entries :)

For these pages I cracked out my EK Success & Martha Stewart punches. They create interesting trims from the smallest of paper pieces, I'd be totally lost without them. The Tattered Angels mist color I used on both pages is Taffy & Graphite.

Thanks for making my day Kristen and thanks to my sweet blog readers for stopping by!
Hope your Tuesday is a good one for you!


  1. Congrats, Kim! Your work is gorgeous and I'm excited to see what you create from the new collections AND I can't wait to see what fun stuff we get to play with. Did it just about knock you out of your chair last night when you got the news? It sure did me. WOW!!

  2. Congrats Kim. Your layouts are just so gorgeous!! Lucky you to get some nice new scrapping stuff to play with! Love the layout you did for the latest colour pallette at the Color Room!

  3. Hey there K-J.
    You are th eonly one I know that could use a pink baby title on a baby boy page and have it totally work.
    I am delighted for you.
    Way to go on your being chosen.

  4. a huge huge congrats and those layouts are just amazing and can't wait to see what you create with the new collections :)

  5. beautiful pages - well deserved win :D

  6. Congratulations! Beautiful pages! :)

  7. See, See???!?!?!? This is my point - you are amazing. Love these two layouts! Suzy

  8. Ooh I just love all those Lily Bee papers - those new lines are droolworthy - congrats on the GDT spot. Your layouts look fab! Please could you let me know how you scan your layouts if you don't have a big enough printer {not sure if you do or not} as I have a great scanner but it's only A4 {seems that's all that's available off the shelf here...} & apparently there are "stitching programs" that "stitch" the 2 halves of your layout together if you use an A4 scanner. Is that what you do? Would certainly be cheaper than buying a new scanner! Thanks ;-D


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