21 October, 2016

Oh So Romantic ~ Vintage Journal Range

Hello Mary here to share a Romantic layout with you. I have to say when I sat down to create I had the intentions of doing some Masculine tags , but whilst shuffling among the papers I came to the beautiful, soft, romantic Vintage Journal 05 paper and I just adore it, so the tags went on hold for now.

How beautiful is this paper !
I kept my layout quite clean and simple, as the paper I feel is just perfect .

From this day forward 

I fussy cut the corner of the book image, so as to slot my photo behind it.

To mat my photo I have cut a corner from one of the large Doilies from Megs shop  and on the other side a lovely piece of lace from the shop
Top corner of my photo two organza flowers , a diamante   ,pearl trim and have added a narrow satin ribbon , that flows across my page and down to attach to the gorgeous vintage key and lock

With the 4 x12 strip of PP that comes with the 12 x12 , I punched out a couple of layered flowers and added to the layout.
Everything I have used on my layout besides some old rubons  and the silver hearts from my stash ,is from Megs Store

Thank you for calling by, I recommend you visit Megs Store for gorgeous papers and embellishments and to browse the blog for inspiration from the girls on the DT , you won't be disappointed .
Until next time
Happy Creating
Mary x

18 October, 2016

2 Ladies Ephemera cards ....such pretty papers

 Hello and welcome to Megs Garden and her beautiful Ladies Ephemera collection

Don't you just love the colours in this range so much to choose from

My second card is from the same collection but very soft feminine colours

I hope I have inspired you to try Megs Garden beautiful papers and embellishments
Don't forget to check out the other clever ladies designs and creativity
Until next time,cheers Trish

16 October, 2016

Wedding Cake Book by Meredith Hilly

Hello everyone.
 This project is very special to me as my daughter is getting married very soon and I wanted to preserve all the moments of the day. As soon as I saw Megs papers I knew that this was the perfect collection to do it with.
I wanted the book to look like a wedding cake so I made four sized books and attached them together.

Each layer I decorated on the cover I was trying to make the paper good enough to eat. The colour range used and the hessian match what we will be using at the wedding.

The flowers and the gold wedding embellishment where perfect.

This is the inside cover of the first book.

I made it so it fits a 6x4 photo.

This is the back cover of the smallest book. I just love the rose petals and pearls.

This is the inside of the second book As you can see from the invitations the colours and flowers compliment each other.
I did a collage on one side with a book and 3D box on the other side.

For the pages in this book I used the "vintage journal" collection.

Using 3D foam I made a collage. The pictures represent the past , present and future for the soon to be married couple.

This is the third book inside cover. I used a strip of tassels to create a holding strap  for a smaller envelope book.

This is the envelope book ready for pressed flowers from the wedding day.

Megs dollies are the perfect choice to make pages elegant. Especially when there are lace love hearts to use.

I fussy cut from the "ephemera packs" of paper all these wonderful pictures and placed them throughout the album.

This paper range has so much available to create with. I look forward to completing and sharing the forth book when I have lots of photos and memorabilia to add to it.
Thanks for having a look.

Megs Garden

My Stash
Pink card stock

14 October, 2016

2 Christmas cards (tis never too late or early) from Megs Garden Digital Victorian paper crafters pack

Christmas is almost upon us

These two cards were made with the digital downloads from Megs Victorian Paper crafters pack
so handy when you don't have a local scrapbook store
What I really like is you can crop and resize the papers to fit whatever size you need

I hope you enjoyed looking at these cards and don't forget to pop over to Megs for more great ideas and yummy products

11 October, 2016

Hello Bloggers
Design Team Callout for paper artists who love Challenges

Meg's Garden has several openings within the team for 2016
Applications for these spots are sought after from those with a genuine love and passion for papercrafting that can showcase Meg’s Garden products!! If you love creating layouts, cards, mini books & off the page projects then show us what you love to do!!

We are looking for talented artists who inspire others to create.
What’s expected of a Meg’s Garden Design Team Member?
• The ability to showcase our products! 
• Take good photos or scans of projects 
• Participate in blogging, facebook & invite friends to like & visit
The Details
* Design Team is for 6-12 months from 01 November 2016 – 30 April 2017 which can be extended
* Create a minimum of 1 layouts/projects per month posting on both your blog and the Meg’s Garden Blog
* Promote Meg’s Garden by posting the above layouts/projects on other online galleries and blogs with working links to the blog.

The Meg’s Garden Design Team will receive -
* The Meg’s Garden products for your term will be shipped in 3 shipments, one for each of the following 2 months. Because our papers include both Collage & Scrapbook papers as well as the mini paper packs & mini book kits, there will be some latitude in the papers. We would like you to have some input into the papers you would like to work with. 
Embellishments can be requested from www.megsgarden.com at a discount
How to Apply
1) Send your bio & blog address info to megsgarden@outlook.com with “DT applications” in the Subject line
The Project – can be anything you love to make, Scrapbook, Cards, Mixed Media, Altered Art… Just think out of the box and impress me…
Joining our blog is a MUST and is very important to the success of our team!
All entries MUST utilize Paper if you can use ours even better!! Work submitted must be recent and can be previously published or displayed on blogs or online galleries.
Deadline to enter 30 October 2016
Here’s what to include with your emailed submission –
* We want to know all about you! – Your bio
* What’s your style?
* Why would you like to be on our team?
* Link to your active blog.
* Details of any other manufactures or store/kit DT’s you are on. Do you have a scrapbook resume, or a link to a gallery, share with us.
Final decisions will be made on 31 October and the Meg’s Garden Team will be announced shortly thereafter!!
Good Luck!!!!!
Meg Foreman – Mgr Director Meg’s Garden P/L


09 October, 2016


Good afternoon Bloggers, Liz here today.

I hope you have been enjoying the new collection from Meg's Garden, 'Vintage Journal' and today I am sharing with you my Journal.  You will see that it is still a 'work in progress', but could not wait to share ideas with you all.


My journal was so easy to put together, just add some little embellishments and die cuts and off you go.

I made this little keyhole with some shrink wrap I was playing around with and so suited the papers.

And a little heat embossing on my die cut suited the men in the picture.
Another page ready to go.

I will be cutting some cardstock to insert in between these pages so I can add the photos.  Once it is
complete I will add the hinges and brads and it will be complete.


I recently created a tin of cards for a 70th birthday and to include in the 'stash' I used some Rose Quartz papers to create 3 cards.

This is such a beautiful collection and can be used in many ways to create an array of beautiful cards.
I hope you have enjoyed todays journey and be sure to check out more of Meg's Garden Collection
Thanks for taking the time to look and until next time happy creating.   Liz

06 October, 2016

Handsome by Brenda Caldow

Hello crafty friends Brenda here with you today and welcome to the Meg's Garden blog and my page using the Vintage Journal A4 patterned papers. 
I have created my page with a photo of my eldest son Riley. The photo was taken when we were on holidays and he dressed in period costume for photos. They are perfect for these vintage papers and I loved the book on them as he is also a book worm. 

Once I had cut out the different patterned papers I inked the edges with Distress Ink and I did my journaling with  a brown journal pen.

The book I have fussy cut from the patterned papers and I also used a little ink on the edge of it too. The title and string frame are by Dusty Attic and i have coloured them with a Distress Marker I used the same Distress Marker to spray my background.

I love these papers so much, they look wonderful with or without much in the way of embellishments on  them. I chose to use little with them for this page and to let them speak for themselves. 
I hope you have enjoyed looking at my page and please keep looking at what the other design team have been creating, there is so much beautiful work from very talented ladies. 
Hugs Brenda xxx