Sunday, December 12, 2010

Girl Power

The challenge this week at Scrap Tiffany is Girl Power.  I decided to cover some plastic organizers with some pattern papers that matches my girls rooms.  We often have fights in our house (yes believe it or not, giggle) over who is losing the hair ponies, clips etc and whose is whose.  I decided to make these containers and fill with color coded hair accessories (eg. Jaimee black, gray and white; Danica browns, white and black).  I also covered some hairspray cans in the matching papers.  Hoping this Christmas present will bring Peace to our house!

The papers are from My Grafico, the blue one is from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff and the Zebra Print is from Cupcake Cutiees.  The Frame is from Jessica Sprague, the image is a Karber image and the letters are cut with my Hannah Montana Cricut Cartridge.




12 comments:

~amy~ said...

Great project!!!

Berenice R. said...

Gorgeous project! Your coloring is awesome. Thanks for sharing :)

Kathi C. said...

Great gift idea. Very cute, Laurel!

Dora said...

Gorgeous porject Laurel!

Jeanne said...

What a terrific idea, Laurel and they look fabulous. Is this an idea of what life will be like for me when my girls get a little older? I don't have a sister, so I have no clue as to how it can get. LOL Right now it's an equal opportunity hair band losing effort. *Ü*

Katie said...

What a great idea! I just love how sassy and girly these are.

Kristina said...

Really cute idea Laurel, I'm sure they will love it!

Carolyn said...

These are great! Great idea for the girls!

Katie said...

That's a great idea and I'm sure the girls will love them! TFS!

Lilygirl said...

Wonderful idea!! TFS!!

Karen Pedersen said...

This post made me laugh! I grew up in a home with all sisters and your words about fighting over hair stuff brought back such memories! What a fun and useful Christmas gift!

lynn said...

such a funny story and great problem solver!