Sunday, November 14, 2010

Its An Altered Day!

After I finished my altered frame I just wasn't in the mood to scrap with photos so I pulled out these letters I had picked up for my daughter's room. She's almost 13 now and just about 2 weeks ago we finally updated her room from the little girl pink and purple that it was to Hot Pink and Zebra stripes! It really looks cute and fits her personality! She's been looking at all sorts of Zebra accessories for her room (we only got the bedding and curtains) so I thought these letters would be a cute extra present for Christmas. The black on the zebra striped is flocked so the letters have great texture. I used lots of bling in hot pink and silver and the pink/white dotted ribbon was actually wrapped around a pair of pajamas I just got at Target! The jammies were cheap...I think like $9 and there was at least 2 yards of this ribbon holding the package together! SCORE! I have to admit, I selected the jammies I got based on the ribbon that was on it. Different styles had different ribbons and I KNEW I would get use out of this one! I got the letters at AC Moore during a 40% off sale, plus had a 25% off entire order (even sale items) so they worked out to cost about $3 each complete!! Can't beat that!
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They look great! I'm sure she'll love them. I need to "accesorize" the rooms in my new house but I don't want to spend a lot of money on it, since we won't be here for more than a few years, so I'll probably be working on this kind of projects A LOT!


I love them and so will you dd!!!! I will choose things wrapped in ribbon based on the ribbon too!
Kim xXx


Susan... these letters rock!! Your daughter is going to totally adore these!! Love the hot pink and zebra mixed with a little bling!! Very fun!!
barb :)

Betty Anne

The letters are just too cute, I love all the bling and ribbons. Only a true scrapbooker would select the pajama's by what ribbon was on them. lol


Sorry that I am so far behind in my posting. I hope that you are doing a little bit better since the loss of your mother. I'm sure it must be hard, and can't even imagine what you are going through. I will keep you in my thoughts.

On a different note, love the letters you made for your daughter! I bet they will look great in
her room!

Betty Anne

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