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Create to Recreate

In response to the recent bushfire disaster in Victoria, Jane of Crafty Matters and Kim of Kim Archer @ Home have pooled their talents and resources to 'Create to Recreate'. For as little as a $5 donation (which goes entirely to the bushfire appeal) you can get two printable pdfs with tags and journaling spots designed by Jane Fitchett and Kim Archer. Anyone from around the world can purchase the tags to make a little difference and do a little scrapping while you're at it.

I downloaded the tags yesterday and made this layout this morning. It uses a few tags from each sheet, including the 'love' heart which was cut from one of the circle tags. For more information, check out Jane's blog, and to purchase the pdfs go here.


The page also uses a few items from the Q Tea kit 'Hearty Gelati', still available here.

I made this card the other night for my friend (she and her family had us stay the night when we evacuated from the Upwey bushfires). A bit of fabric and paint, machine stitching and jewels. The clouds are cut from the fabric in Q Tea's upcoming April kit 'Honey Bee Happy' - it's a cute one and I'm just waiting on one more thing before uploading it, as they will ship earlier than usual due to my TAS trip.

Speaking of which, I'm booking La Provencal for dinner on our anniversary (apparently they are child-friendly, so I hope that is true!) and am SO looking forward to it :)

5 comments:

Sharmaine said...

I got to play with my tags too. Love what you created.
Hope you enjoy the restaurant too :)

Michelle Macdonald said...

I went to La Provencal YEARS ago, I really enjoyed it, the murals are beautiful. But I cant remember what the food was like! I love the ThankYou Card and the LO, beautiful.

kim said...

Hi Danielle
Thanks SO much for supporting the fundraiser> Your work is gorgeous...thanks for the blog mention too:)
KIM Archer

Brigitte G. said...

those LOs are FANTASTIC Danielle !!
and what a good idea to support the fundraiser :)

kim said...

Hi Danielle
Thanks SO much for supporting the fundraiser> Your work is gorgeous...thanks for the blog mention too:)
KIM Archer