Tuesday, June 3, 2014

City Crafter Challenge Blog Week 214 ~ Nautical

I love the ocean, I love light houses, and I love the theme this week at



Set by Rosthe theme is

Nautical

The project is for a student's grandma, who asked me to make a few things for the upcoming baby shower of her grand baby


I started by making this pocket tag card as a sample


Malina tag in a glassine bag and then filled with Nautical themed confetti


she loves it and order a few of that from me


with her grand baby's name "Alex" on it


plus a few more for the boys where she could send it to friends



Come play along with us at


Our guest designer this week is Jenny Martin

and pop over to CCCB and be inspired by the designers



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Movie Night

A Million Way to Die in the West


I am not a big fan of Seth MacFarlane but husband is, I watched Ted and was uncomfortable of how "dirty" that was, but I had to say, this one is really hilarious, even I am still quite uncomfortable with certain act and language, I did get a good laugh out of it. 




22 comments:

Charlene said...

Adorable Kirsty! I love the sailboats in the background and the kids!

Linda R said...

These are too cute Kirsty, I am sure she will LOVE them. I know I do.

Hugs~

Ros Crawford said...

I adore those tags ... and the confetti is so cute!! Beautiful project!

Anna Rogalska said...

Beautiful tags Kirsty!

Victoriya N said...

Great idea, Kirsty! Nice tags for baby-boy))

Denise Price said...

I love the nautical confetti! It adds that special touch. I'll go check out the City Crafter blog...

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are adorable!! LOVING the nautical theme and the little wagon too!! I have heard that movie is funny!!!!

Diane said...

Wonderful design Kirsty, the nautical theme is super cute.

Hugs diane

Andie Miller said...

Such beautiful and charming tags. I really like how you used the glassine bags too!

Tieva said...

The tags are wonderful, great piece of art.
Viele Grüße
Gabi

Diane Jaquay said...

Loving the nautical confetti, these are ADORABLE!!

Sue Lelli said...

Absolutely Wonderful tags, Kirsty! The nautical confetti is my FAV!

Jani Lewis said...

Great tags. So sweet and innocent. Love the confetti.
Thanks for the movie review. I was on the fence about it because being
"from the same guy that brought you Ted" was not a very good endorsement for me. LOL I might consider it now though. :)

Robyn Oliver said...

Oh wow Kirsty, what a lovely idea and the tags look fabulous, nice colours and confetti too. Cheers and have a lovely week

Lynette Jacobs said...

So very pretty. I love the little glassine bags you are popping them into.

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, wow, Kirsty! Your tags are beautiful! Loving the nautical confetti bits, and what fun they all look together in the glassine bags!

Greta said...

Creative & adorable!

Stella said...

Oh my this is stunning. The tags are right up my alleye and the nautical confetti is a fab idea and wonderful addition. Love it!

sandi said...

Fabulous, fabulous, fabulous!!!!!!!!! I absolutely love the look of these sweet tags!

Denise van Deventer said...

Gorgeous tags and the nautical confetti so great! ;-)

1CardCreator said...

These are all gorgeous, sure she will love them all! ~Diane

Tracy said...

Those tags are adorable Kirsty. Love the idea of the nautical confetti. I'm sure your friend was thrilled with these. Hugs!