Uncommon Girly Things

This is my first post for Authentique, I am so excited!!
I have a couple of things to share that I have created for my girls.
First Let me show you a scrapbook page I made for my 4 yo.
**Warning** - You will see a lot of her!

To create this page, I tried combining a lot of NON-traditional products with my Authentique Paper products.
As you can see I have used paper and products from the UNCOMMON & SPLENDID Collections.
The jewels and trinkets are all from Beverly's Fabric & Crafts.
The large "P" is a wood cutout that I covered with some of the Foundations paper from the Uncommon line.
The wand you see on the page was made by a real live princess,(my 4 yo)
so I had to make it part of this page for her.
I love all the layers and definition of this page, not to mention how much I love the color and style of everything in the SPLENDID Collection.
Switching gears, but still staying with some of the Uncommon products, here is a bracelet and other things all made with some fun products I picked up at Beverly's Fabric and Crafts.
Here is a necklace made from a small bottle cap.
Here is a closeup to see the detail.
Here's what it looks like on.
I also made a pair of earrings to match the bracelet and necklace.
Here is the set(and my daughter too!).
She really liked all of the pieces.
Here is a close up of the bracelet on.
I love to make things that are useful and have a purpose.
I challenge you to get some of your favorite Authentique Paper and see what you can make with products that are not your usual scrap booking type supplies.
If you make something be sure to share it with all of us on our Facebook Page.
This has been Jeannie from The Polka Cabana with your Uncommon projects for the day.


  1. Wow Jeannie!!! Your layout and jewelry are amazing projects! Great job!

  2. I'm such a fan...I love all of the jewelry!!!

  3. great jewelry, I really like the way the necklace came out.

  4. Thank you for the nice comments! I am crazy about the necklace too:)

  5. What a SWEET layout page and darling photo - love combining color and b/w. But what really caught my eye were your jewelry creations. Simply amazing creativity!!


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