Monday 14 May 2012

It's Snazzy time again!

Happy Monday Morning All,

Well, another month has whizzed by at breakneck speed and it's my turn to post on Snazzys DT Blog again this week.  Here's a sneak peek at my project for today.

I hope you'll have time to nip over to the DT blog and let me know what you think but remember to treat me gently, lol!

Have a lovely day everyone and thanks for stopping by.

Lesley  Xx


Aquarius said...

Like you I can't believe another month has whizzed by - this sneaky peek looks interesting so off to check out the whole project. Sunny weekend but grey and wet again this morning - ugh!! Take care.

mamapez5 said...

I love everything about this project. I went over to see the whole thing. I am very interested in the Pan pastels and I think I shall have to invest in some. It's deciding which colours to go for first! They might be good out here. Paints and inks tend to dry too fast before you can blend them much.
Sorry to rub it in, but it is only 9.30 in the morning and it is already 30º. I'm coming to UK for a few days this week. I think I had better dig out some winter woollies. Kate x

Beryl said...

Been for a peek and your decorated tile is beautiful. Would look great in a conservatory. I didn't know how versatile these pastels were until the last couple of days.
Beryl xx

Netty said...

Loving this sneak peak, am popping over there now. x

Sally H said...

Been and had a look and came back to tell you I love it! I am probably going to come back with pan pastels from Doncaster if I don't give in and buy some before that!

judith@poppy cottage said...

A great project incorporating lots of my favourite colours. Like you, I love the way the Distress Markers blend on grungepaper, they are a very useful tool to have in our crafty armoury I think.
Those lilac butterflies are so pretty coloured wih the PPs as well. Hugs, Judith xx

Paula (PEP) said...

I love the way those butterflies look against the texture of the background & the various ways you made their bodies. A real treat.
Paula (PEP)