My Next Project Is…

priligy original buy I’ve been wanting to make a scribble board for my projects for a while and I recently felt inspired enough to get on with it. The idea is that I scribble down those projects that are in my head and have them hanging in one place somewhere near my craft space.

new order lyrics I don’t know about you but sometimes I have lots of things I want to do but they don’t always get done or something comes up and the idea gets pushed somewhere else. I have lots of notepads, books, random pieces of paper where I jot everything down but I just needed one place to keep tabs on.

The beauty of this little board is that I’ve laminated the paper so that I can write and rub off as needed 🙂 Let’s see if it works!

Details: The flowers were made with my scalloped and circle nesties and distressed with a file and ink. See the little cherub button? I’ve been storing him for ages waiting for a project to use him on. Isn’t he a darling?

I made a ‘curly-wurly’ template and cut it out of designer paper and distressed. The background corrugated card was painted with acrylic paints and the cuttlebug die-cut leaves were embossed with veins with an embossing tool. The title is printed with my computer 🙂

Papers – GCD Studios
Inks – Tim Holtz Distress inks
Usual Suspects – Paper trimmer silicone glue; double-sided tape
Other – Cherub button; Cuttlebug; Nestibilities; Leaf dies; pearl brads; Acrylic paints; Corrigated card; Lamintor; String; Wood beads; Computer; Printer; Paper files; Woodware large embossing leaf punch; Embossing tool.

Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She’s a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.


  1. 4 April 2009 / 8:14 am

    Great project! I love the idea….Love those flowers. Stunning! Hope it gets lots of use!!!
    Judy xx

  2. 4 April 2009 / 10:18 am

    I love it! So beautiful! I´ve got my crafting table covered in post-its. Not the best way to make sure I remeber when cards for customers should be finished….


  3. 4 April 2009 / 11:40 am

    I love this its perfect, and such eye catching colours hugs pops x x

  4. 4 April 2009 / 11:50 am

    This is so beautiful! You have such good ideas. I hope this one works for you. I love the colours and details.
    Sharon xx

  5. 4 April 2009 / 1:58 pm

    **shut up** this is absolutely definitely and gorgeously spectacular!!! I want one!! lol..what a fabby idea!!!

  6. 4 April 2009 / 2:02 pm

    This is just gorgeous dear so creative I love it

  7. 4 April 2009 / 4:19 pm

    The flowers on my card are made of paper and net. But I´ve really given the paper a hard time, using different sices of ball tools, and crunching them up in my hand!

    I´m so glad you liked the buttons and the lace. I hope I´ll get to see something you make with them some time!


  8. 4 April 2009 / 6:58 pm

    Oh wow, I love this and great idea to laminate. Those flowers are killer.

    Have a great Saturday

  9. 4 April 2009 / 9:31 pm

    Wow what a fantastic idea and I love how you have designed it just awesome and that cherub button is perfect.

    Lorraine x

  10. 5 April 2009 / 9:39 am

    Oh wow Kim. This such a fantastic idea for jotting down creative glimpses. You have embellished this idea board so gorgeously and lusciously. Just love those circle features. Hugs from Desire

  11. 5 April 2009 / 10:35 am

    Wow, this is fabulous!!! Brilliant idea and gorgeous details!!
    And congratulations on being a guestdesigner:)
    Hugs, Yvonne.

  12. 5 April 2009 / 2:24 pm

    This is stunning Kim! Such a fab idea :o)

    Hope you’re having a great weekend.


  13. 6 April 2009 / 11:39 am

    This hanger is a darling, I love the details you’ve given, leaves and circles …
    Very nice and very good idea, original!

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