Pocket Page with Iralamija Printed Digitals!

I never knew this creation existed until a crafty group I'm in decided to swap them. After hearing about it there...I realize they're everywhere now! Pocket pages....here is my first! :)
Knowing most of Iralamija's printable images and goodies coordinate, I knew I'd love using them for me first time. :)
I went with a "Time Flies" theme and used lots of birds and butterflies to embellish each pocket. 
Not bad for a first attempt. I can't wait to try another! 
Check out the list of papers and elements I used from Iralamija's store on Etsy!! 

Go do some shopping! :)



Upcycled Shabby Shadow Box

Hi all! Stopping by to share a little upcycled gem of a project I made using images from Iralamija and Prima packaging! :)
I guess you would call it a shadow box....it's definitely something sweet to adorn your home. You can even add a little photo!

I just painted and distressed the Prima tray, and put in bits and pieces of pretties and some Iralamija  scraps I had from making other goodies.

Hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by!!

Iralamija Shop images used--

SHABBY SPOOLS Collage Digital Images

PRETTY IN PINK Collage Digital Images

SHABBY BUTTERFLIES Collage Digital Images

My first IRALAMIJA DT Project

        Hi there! I'm posting to show a new project I made with products from Iralamija's store on Etsy!
I've always loved her images!

 With a 3.5x5 inch image from the I started out with a plain scroll shaped wood frame. With and full size print from the BIG WOOD & FLORAL Images, I traced the frame and cut out the shape. Using Fabri-tac glue, I glued the cardstock down on the frame.

When it was dry a lightly sanded the edges of the frame with sandpaper. I LOVE the finished look it gives you. Then I inked all the edges to give it an aged look. 


With a 3.5x5 inch image from the ROSE PETAL Backgrounds Images, and used Scor-Tape to stick it to the back of the fame.

Since the frame opening was just a tad larger than the image, I was able to sprinkle some glass glitter along the edges. I love it. :) 

Next, I started piling goodies on the frame just to see what I'd like to use. This is where things get very messy for me. :)

After choosing a number of things, like vintage buttons, twine, my own handmade fabric flowers, lace, heart stick pins and vintage sewing pattern paper, I glued them all down with more Fabri-tac.   
       I finished off the project by cutting out and using two butterflies from the SHABBY BUTTERFLIES Collage Images an that adorable spool top is from the SHABBY SPOOLS Collage Images.

You can find all of the Iralamija's images I used at the links below!

Shabby Spools Collage Images

Make sure you head on over to Iralamija's and see just what she has in store for you!!